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Title: REVIEW OF IBRAHIM SAWEROS, ANOTHER ATHANASIUS: FOUR SAHIDIC HOMILIES ATTRIBUTED TO ST. ATHANASIUS OF ALEXANDRIA, INTRODUCTION, EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS. PH.D DISSERTATION, LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, NETHERLANDS, 2016
[XIII + 321 PAGES]
Author(s): Samuel MOAWAD
Journal: SHEDET(Annual Peer-Reviewed Journal Issued By The Faculty Of Archaeology, Fayoum University)
Issue: 3 Date: 2016
Pages: 78-80
Cite as: Samuel MOAWAD. (2016). Review of Ibrahim Saweros, another Athanasius: four Sahidic homilies attributed to St. Athanasius of Alexandria, introduction, editions, translations. Ph.D Dissertation, Leiden University, Netherlands, 2016[xiii + 321 pages].SHEDET(Annual Peer-Reviewed Journal Issued By The Faculty Of Archaeology, Fayoum University), 3 (2016) pp. 78-80. https://doi.org/10.36816/shedet.003.11


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REVIEW OF IBRAHIM SAWEROS, ANOTHER ATHANASIUS: FOUR SAHIDIC HOMILIES ATTRIBUTED TO ST. ATHANASIUS OF ALEXANDRIA, INTRODUCTION, EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS. PH.D DISSERTATION, LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, NETHERLANDS, 2016
[XIII + 321 PAGES]

Samuel MOAWAD

The book deals with four unpublished homilies written in Sahidic Coptic and falsely
attributed to Athanasius, the famous Archbishop of Alexandria (328–373). These
pseudepigraphic texts belong to the Ḥāmūlī find discovered near al-Fayyūm in 1910
and are now preserved in the Morgan Library in New York (USA). The first homily is
On Michael and Gabriel, the Archangels from codex M602 (ff. 89r–98r). The second
text occurs in the same codex (ff. 98v–110v) and has the title of “On Murder and
Greed and on Michael”, the Archangel. The third text, On Luke 11: 5–9, is found in
codex M577 (ff. 37v–49v). The last homily is On Pentecost which occupies folios
118v–140v of codex M595.
 




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