286 place for the modesty of the potential-but it is apparent modesty only: it has to serve for the necessary anticlimax. One must bear in mind that C. does not like being pathetic: the rather dry remark at the end of the poem was, I think, meant as a counterbalance to the anaphora xocaoS 6 to the emphasis in ,œ?vou Tcav tEp&V, and above all to £yxci xai I the very moving opening words of this fine poem. WORMER, I Jsvogelstraat 10 S. R. SLINGS MISCELLANEA CONTRA CELSUM 1,48 At Contya Celsum 1, 48 Origen mentions a kind of vision capable of seeing a higher reality, the kingdom of more powerful beings 7tE:cpUXU?tXç v Toc XPE'L7'TOVCX The phrase does not occur in the text of the Tura papyrus (no. 88747, Mus6e du Caire) which otherwise agrees in this chapter with the later manuscript tradition in all respects. I suggest that Origen did not write It has slipped into the tradition by the insertion of a later scribe who wished to clarify what he thought was the meaning of Ta xpsi«ova. Origen frequently uses Toc xpe'L,7-rovoc substantively to refer to the range of superior spiritual creatures. The addition of
Mnemosyne – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1973
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