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Catena in Marcum: A Byzantine Anthology of Early Commentary on Mark (William R S Lamb (ed)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2012) 9789004224315
Catena in Marcum: A Byzantine Anthology of Early Commentary on Mark (William R S Lamb (ed)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2012) 9789004224315
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Title: The Catena in Marcum: A Byzantine Anthology of Early Commentary on Mark

Author: Lamb, William R S (ed)

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2012

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004224315

Volumes: 1; Pages: xiv, 510

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The Catena in Marcum commonly attributed to Victor of Antioch, is the earliest anthology of patristic commentary on the gospel according to St Mark. Its compilation dates from the end of the fifth century and the beginning of the sixth century. Providing the first extended English translation, this book identifies the range of patristic sources employed by the editors, and the historiographical, literary and dogmatic concerns which informed the editing and compilation of this important text. It provides an invaluable resource for those interested in the history and development of the interpretation of Mark. Table of ContentsI: Introduction1. Patristic Exegesis and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture2. The Catena in Marcum3. Commentary, Anthology, and the Scholastic Tradition4. Let the Reader Understand5. The Discrepancies between the Gospels6. "Who do you say that I am?"7. ConclusionII: The Catena in MarcumChapter Headings (Kephalaia)The HypothesisThe Gospel according to MarkChapter 11. On the demoniac2. On Peter's mother-in-law3. On the healing of various diseases4. On the leperChapter 25. On the paralytic6. On Levi the tax collectorChapter 37. On the man with a withered hand8. On the choosing of the apostlesChapter 49. On the parable of the sower10. On the calming of the watersChapter 511. On Legion12. On the leader of the synagogue's daughter13. On the woman with a haemorrhageChapter 614. On the commissioning of the apostles15. On John and Herod16. On the five loaves and the two fishes17. On the walking on the seaChapter 718. On the transgression of the commands of God19. On the Phoenician woman20. On the deaf and dumb manChapter 821. On the seven loaves22. On the leaven of the Pharisees23. On the blind man24. On the questioning in CaesareaChapter 925. On the transfiguration of Jesus26. On the epileptic27. On the quarrels about who is greatestChapter 1028. On the Pharisees who asked questions29. On the rich man who questioned Jesus30. On the sons of Zebedee31. On BartimaeusChapter 1132. On the colt33. On the withered fig tree34. On the capacity for forgiveness35. On the chief priests and scribes who questioned the LordChapter 1236. On the vineyard37. On those sent to ask about the poll-tax38. On the Sadducees39. On the scribe40. On questioning from the Lord41. On the two coinsChapter 1342. On the end43. On that day and that hourChapter 1444. On the woman who anointed the Lord with sweet perfume45. On the Passover46. On the prophecy of betrayal47. On Peter's denialChapter 1548. On the request for the body of the LordChapter 16APPENDIX. A Table of the Sources of the Catena in Marcum
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