A copto-Greek hymn for John the Baptist

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Taouk, Youhanna Nessim and Soliman, Sameh Farouk. (2017). A copto-Greek hymn for John the Baptist. Ephemerides Liturgicae: commentarium trimestre de re liturgica. 131(1), pp. 80-91.
AuthorsTaouk, Youhanna Nessim and Soliman, Sameh Farouk
Abstract

The article treats of the veneration of Saint John the Baptist in Egypt. While for Lower Egypt an overview of known attestations is offered, for Upper Egypt an unpublished text relating to John the Baptist is provided which is illustrative of the local tradition. A detailed description of the manuscript is given, followed by a parallel Sahidic-Greek text. This is accompanied by an English translation and indications of necessary corrections to the Greek. The article concludes with reflections on the significance of emerging factors.

Year2017
JournalEphemerides Liturgicae: commentarium trimestre de re liturgica
Journal citation131 (1), pp. 80-91
PublisherCentro Liturgico Vincenziano, Edizioni Liturgiche
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85019670224
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