381 In the Passio (ch. 60) MacDonald follows the Martyrium Alterum A and others in having Aegetes, not the crowd, insensed: the context makes it more likely that the original reading (found in the Jerusalem-Sinai mss. and followed by Prieur) has the crowd angry. Prieur's is clearly the major scholarly edition, replete with exhaustive indexes, but MacDonald's will be a helpful volume to have to hand, especially for the English and for the apparatus to the text. He does not attempt to provide a full commentary although several excursus to the section on Gregory deal with the problems associated with Andrew's itinerary. MacDonald's typed pages cope well with Greek, Armenian, Syriac and Coptic. Only a few errors mar them: p. 445 Barns' p. 322 n. 5 Evodius' text is in CSEL 25, 2 (1892), p. 345 sleep; p. 48 memoirs, p. 381 tyrant, p. 1 Bonnet's edition of Gregory was published in 1885. It is doubtless irritating that the word 'Apocrypha' is misspelt on the cover! In Prieur's bibliography it would have been helpful to have been alerted to the 1989 reprint by Brepols (publishers of the CCA series!) of Migne's Dictionnaire des apocryphes. His bibliography could also
Novum Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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