IN MEMORIAM PIETER GIJSBERTUS VAN DER NAT It is with great sadness that the Board of Editors informs the readers of "Vigiliae Christianae" of the sudden death of their co-editor, Pieter Gijsbertus van der Nat, on Saturday, May 7th, 1977. He was fifty-three years old. Both the readers and the Board of Editors are greatly indebted to Pieter van der Nat for the invaluable work he has done for our review. In the course of the years he became the most active editor: he read and criticised every paper submitted to the Board and, once a paper was accepted, it was he who prepared the manuscripts and corrected the proofs. Thus, the majority of the contributors to "Vigiliae Christianae" came to know him well and several became his personal friends. The amount of work he did for our review was enormous, but he did it with the greatest pleasure, even though it greatly hampered his own scholarly work. His most important work was an edition of Tertullian's De idololatria (with an English translation, an introduction, and a very thorough commentary); half of this was published as his inaugural thesis at the University of Leiden, but it has as
Vigiliae Christianae – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1977
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