Cover, Title page, Copyright

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pp. i-iv

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1

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pp. v-v

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Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-ix

I am most grateful to Professor Robert C. Hill for choosing this nascent series for his fine translation of and commentary on Theodoret’s Questions on the Octateuch. We had intended to print this work as the first volume of the LEC, but as the manuscript extended to a ...

Abbreviations

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pp. xi-xviii

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Introduction to Theodoret’s Life and Works

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pp. xix-lv

Born about 393 in Antioch, Theodoret owed his name to grateful parents, who were responsible for his entering monastic life at an early age. Since his famous predecessors in that school, if we may use the term,1 John Chrysostom and Theodore of Mopsuestia, both pupils of Diodore of ...

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Introduction to the Greek Text (J.F.P.)

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pp. lvii-lxxxv

The present edition of Theodoret’s Quaest. in oct. is only the fifth since the invention of movable type. The editio princeps appeared in 1558, the first more-or-less complete edition in 1642, and the first fully critical edition in 1979. Our own ...

Bibliography

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pp. lxxxvii-xcvi

Conspectus siglorum

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pp. xcvii-civ

The Questions on the Octateuch

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pp. 1-1

The Questions on Genesis

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pp. 2-221

The Questions on Exodus

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pp. 22-345