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by Michael Cahill

Download Corpus Christianorum Corpus Christianorum Series Latina CCSL 82 Exegetica Expositio evangelii secundum Marcum eBook
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Author:
Michael Cahill
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Brepols Publishers (1997)
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Corpus Christianorum Series Latina (CCSL 82). Exegetica Expositio evangelii secundum Marcum M. Cahill (e.  . Corpus Christianorum Series Latina. Interest Classification: Religion (including History of Religion) & Theology. Christian Theology & Theologians.

Retail price: EUR 120,00 excl. Western Fathers (c. 160-735). Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies. Early Christian & Patristic Latin literature.

Retail price: EUR 71,50 excl. Series Branch: Corpus Christianorum. Interest Classification: Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies. Early Christian & Patristic Latin literature

Corpus Christianorum Series Latina (CCSL 82).

Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Description based on: T. 3, published in 1961.

Corpus Christianorum. Designed to supplant Migne's Patrologia Latina with new critical texts or the best of those currently extant; the series follows the critical catalog or prospectus of E. Dekkers, Clavis Patrum Latinorum, published in 1951 as . of Sacris erudiri, St. Peter's Abbey, Steenbrugge, Belgium. Supplements accompany some volumes.

The Corpus Christianorum (CC) is a major publishing undertaking of the Belgian publisher Brepols Publishers devoted to patristic and medieval Latin texts. The principal series are the Series Graeca (CCSG), Series Latina (CCSL), and the Continuatio Mediævalis (CCCM). There is also a smaller section, the Series Apocryphorum (CCSA), devoted to Apocryphal works, and a collection of autographs, the Autographa Medii Ævi (CCAMA)

Michael Cahill, Christopher Hall, and Thomas Oden have published important works that assemble and assess ancient .

Cahill’s book consists primarily of a translation of a seventh-century exegetical work on Mark by an (Irish?) abbot, whose Latin text (Expositio Evangelii secundum Marcum) Cahill published previously in the Corpus Christianorum Series Latina (vol. 82; Turnhout: Brepols, 1987). Readers are treated to many examples of allegorical interpretation and at times insightful points of connection between Mark and the other Gospels.