Apocrypha (Journal) Vol. 26

The latest volume of the journal Apocrypha, published under the auspices of l’AELAC, is scheduled to be published in March. The contents are provided on the Brepols site (HERE), and excerpted below:

Charles D. Wright, “6 Ezra and The Apocalypse of Thomas with a previously unedited ‘interpolated’ text of Thomas

Rossana Guglielmetti, “Deux témoins inédits de la Visio Pauli

Emanuela Valeriani, “Simbolismo ed escatologia nell’Apocalisse apocrifa di Giovanni: un confronto con l’Apocalisse canonica”

Susan E. Myers, “Antecedents of the Feminine Imagery of Spirit in the Acts of Thomas

Boris Paschke, “Speaking Names in the Apocryphal Acts of John

Dan Batovici, “Apocalyptic and metanoia in the Shepherd of Hermas

Christophe Guignard, “La tradition grecque de la liste d’apôtres ‘Anonyme?I’ (BHG 153C), avec un appendice sur la liste BHG 152N”

Alin Suciu, “The Book of Bartholomew: A Coptic Apostolic Memoir”

Alin Suciu, “The Recovery of the Lost Fragment preserving the Title of the Coptic Book of Bartholomew. Edition and translation of Cornell University Library, Misc. Bd. MS.?683”

Timo S. Paananen et Roger Viklund, “An Eighteenth-Century Manuscript: Control of the Scribal Hand in Clement’s Letter to Theodore

Andrea Nicolotti, “Un cas particulier d’apologétique appliquée: l’utilisation des apocryphes pour authentifier le Mandylion d’Édesse et le suaire de Turin”

Bradley N. Rice, “Chronique: An Account of the York University Christian Apocrypha Symposium Series: ‘Fakes, Forgeries, and Fictions: Writing Ancient and Modern Christian Apocrypha’ (Held at Vanier College on September 24-26, 2015)”

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