List of Sigla and Abbreviations
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Sigla and Abbreviations  Abbreviations for late antique sources follow A. H. M. Jones, J. R. Martindale, and J. Morris, eds., The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, 3 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971–92). Abbreviations for classical authors follow Simon Hornblower and Antony Spawforth, eds., The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 4th ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012). Abbreviations for epigraphic corpora follow François Bérard et al., Guide de l’épigraphiste: Bibliographie choisie des épigraphies antiques et médiévales, 3rd ed. (Paris: Éditions rue d’Ulm, 1986). Abbreviations for the titles of modern serials follow The Database of Classical Bibliography. The following abbreviations also appear: Athan. Ap. Const. Athanasius, Apologia ad Constantium, in H.-G. Opitz et al., eds., Athanasius Werke, II.1.8 (Berlin, 1934– ). Athan. Apol. c. Arian Athanasius, Apologia contra Arianos, in H.-G. Opitz et al., eds., Athanasius Werke, II.1.5–6 (Berlin, 1934– ). Athan. Festal Letter A. Camplani, ed., trans., comm., Atanasio di Alessandria : Lettere festali (Milan, 2003). Athan. Hist. Ar. Athanasius, Historia Arianorum, in H.-G. Opitz et al., eds., Athanasius Werke, II.1.7 (Berlin, 1934– ). Barrington Atlas R. J. A. Talbert, ed., Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (Princeton, NJ, 2000). BHG F. Halkin, ed., Bibliotheca hagiographica graeca, 3 vols., Subsidia Hagiographica 8a (Brussels, 1957). BHL Bibliotheca hagiographica latina antiquae et mediae aetatis, 2 vols., with supplement, Subsidia Hagiographica 6 (Brussels, 1901–11), online at http://bhlms.fltr.ucl .ac.be/. BMC H. Mattingly et al., eds., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, 6 vols. (London, 1923). Brennecke Dokument Brennecke, H. C., U. Heil, A. Von Stockhausen, and A. Wintjes, eds., Dokumente zur Geschichte des Arianischen Streites, Athanasius Werke 3.1.3 (Berlin, 2007). 286 Sigla and Abbreviations Can. Conspl. Turner, C. H. “Canons Attributed to the Council of Constantinople, a.d. 381, Together with the Names of the Bishops, from Two Patmos mss pob’ poγ,’” JThS 15 (1914): 161–78. CCSL Corpus Christianorum Series Latina (Turnhout, 1953– ). CLRE R. Bagnall et al., Consuls of the Later Roman Empire (Atlanta, GA, 1987). Conc. Elib. Concilii Eliberitani canones in E. J. Jonkers, ed., Acta et symbola conciliorum quae saeculo quarto habita sunt, Textus Minores 19 (Brill, 1954), pp. 5–23. CPL E. Dekkers, ed., Clavis Patrum Latinorum, 3rd ed. (Steenbrugis, 1995). CSEL Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (Vienna, 1866– ). DRB R. I. Ireland, ed., De rebus bellicis (Leipzig, 1984). Epit. Epitome de Caesaribus in F. Pichlmayr, ed., Sexti Aurelii Victoris Liber de Caesaribus (Leipzig, 1961), pp. 131–76. Eus. DE I. A. Heikel, Die Demonstratio Evangelica, Eusebius Werke 6 (Berlin, 1913). Eus. LC Eusebius, Laudatio Constantini in I. A. Heikel, ed., Über das Leben Constantins, Constantins Rede an die heilige Versammlung, Tricennatsrede an Constantin, Eusebius Werke 1 (Leipzig, 1902), pp. 149–92. Eus. On. S. Timm, ed. and trans., Das Onomastikon der biblischen Ortsnamen: Edition der syrischen Fassung mit griechischem Text, englischer und deutscher Übersetzung (Berlin, 2005); cf. R. S. Notley and Z. Safrai, ed. and trans., Onomasticon: The Place Names of Divine Scripture Including the Latin Edition of Jerome (Leiden, 2005). Eus. Theophan. H. Gressmann and A. Laminski, eds., Die Theophanie, Eusebius Werke 3, 2nd ed. (Berlin, 1992). Eus. Triak. Eusebius, Triakontaetērikos, in I. A. Heikel, ed., Über das Leben Constantins, Constantins Rede an die heilige Versammlung, Tricennatsrede an Constantin, Eusebius Werke 1 (Leipzig, 1902), pp. 193–259. Exp. Tot. Mundi J. Rougé, ed., Expositio totius mundi et gentium, Sources Chrétiennes 124 (Paris, 1966). Fest. Ind. M. Albert, ed. and trans., Histoire “Acéphale” et index syriaque des Lettres festales d’Athanase d’Alexandrie, Sources Chrétiennes 317 (Paris, 1985). Sigla and Abbreviations 287 Gel. Cyz. HE G. C. Hansen, ed., Anonyme Kirchengeschichte (Gelasius Cyzicenus, CPG 6034), GCS n.f. 9 (Berlin, 2002). Guidi Vita I. Guidi, “Un BIOS di Constantino,” RAL, 5th ser. 16 (1907): 306–40, 637–60 (BHG 364). Hier. Syn. E. A. J. Honigmann, ed., Le Synekdèmos d’Hiéroklès et l’opuscule géographique de Georges de Chypre, Corpus Bruxellense Historiae Byzantinae 1 (Brussels, 1939). Hilar. Pict. Frg. Hist. A. Feder, ed., S. Hilarii Pictaviensis Opera, CSEL 65 (Vienna, 1916), pp. 53–177. Itin. Burd. Itinerarium Burdigalense in P. Geyer et al., eds., Itineraria et alia geographica, Corpus Christianorum Series Latina 175 (Turnhout, 1965), pp. 1–26. Jul. ELF J. Bidez and F. Cumont, eds., Imp. Caesaris Flavii Claudii Iuliani Epistulae Leges Poemata Fragmenta Varia (Paris, 1922). Lat. Veron. Laterculus Veronensis in O. Seeck, ed., Notitia...


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