Funerary Speech for John Chrysostom
Translated with commentary by Timothy D. Barnes and George Bevan
George Bevan is Assistant Professor at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
Timothy D. Barnes is Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
Preface Abbreviations Notes on the translations Chronology of John’s life and posthumous rehabilitation Introduction Funerary Speech for Bishop John John’s Letters from Exile 1. Introduction 2. Translation of thirty selected letters of John Appendices A. The Council of the Oak B. Theodoret’s Lost Orations on John C. John in the Calendar of the Church of Constantinople D. Concordance to the Funerary Speech E. Concordance to Editions of Palladius, Historical Dialogue F. Concordance to John’s Letters to Olympias Map of Asia Minor Bibliography Index
... the contribution of Barnes and Bevan should be praised as they have added a truly valuable work to the field of late antique religious and historical studies by supplementing an accurate commentary on an important text with a scrupulous philological reading of the manuscripts and editions.
Digressus 13, 32-36
Size: 210 x 147 mm
Publication: May 24, 2013
Series: Translated Texts for Historians 60