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Reviews REVIEWS Irénée de Lyon. Nouveaux fragments arméniens de l'Adversus Haereses et de l'Epideixis. Introduction, traduction latine et notes par Charles Renoux (PO tome XXXIX. fascicule 1. No. 178). Turnhout, Brepols, 1978, 164 pp. The study of the Armenian version of the works of Irenaeus Lugdunen- sis is comparatively recent. In 1907 a newly found Armenian text of the Epideixis was published by K. Ter-Mekerttschian and E. Ter-Minassiantz (reprinted with some corrections in PO 12, 5: 1919); the version of Adv. Haer. IV-V appeared in 1910. (For detailed bibliographical references see C. Renoux, p. 9-11.) These still are the only editions of the Armenian texts; collations on the manuscript were given by C. Mercier in the Irenaeus edition in the series Sources Chritiennes. Besides these main texts a number of fragments of the Armenian ver- sion were known earlier. W. Harvey used three fragments in his 1857 edition of Irenaeus. Some fragments from a manuscript dictionary of Stephanus Roszka (written in 1631, the manuscript dating from 1730/31) were published in the 1910 edition of Adv. Haer. (p. 246-250). H. Jordan collected 32 Armenian fragments (translating, but not reprinting the Roszka fragments and excluding the fragment Harvey XXI, on which http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vigiliae Christianae Brill

Reviews

Vigiliae Christianae, Volume 34 (2): 193 – Jan 1, 1980

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© 1980 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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REVIEWS Irénée de Lyon. Nouveaux fragments arméniens de l'Adversus Haereses et de l'Epideixis. Introduction, traduction latine et notes par Charles Renoux (PO tome XXXIX. fascicule 1. No. 178). Turnhout, Brepols, 1978, 164 pp. The study of the Armenian version of the works of Irenaeus Lugdunen- sis is comparatively recent. In 1907 a newly found Armenian text of the Epideixis was published by K. Ter-Mekerttschian and E. Ter-Minassiantz (reprinted with some corrections in PO 12, 5: 1919); the version of Adv. Haer. IV-V appeared in 1910. (For detailed bibliographical references see C. Renoux, p. 9-11.) These still are the only editions of the Armenian texts; collations on the manuscript were given by C. Mercier in the Irenaeus edition in the series Sources Chritiennes. Besides these main texts a number of fragments of the Armenian ver- sion were known earlier. W. Harvey used three fragments in his 1857 edition of Irenaeus. Some fragments from a manuscript dictionary of Stephanus Roszka (written in 1631, the manuscript dating from 1730/31) were published in the 1910 edition of Adv. Haer. (p. 246-250). H. Jordan collected 32 Armenian fragments (translating, but not reprinting the Roszka fragments and excluding the fragment Harvey XXI, on which

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