Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Commentary on the Letters of John:
Zigabenus did not read
in his NT text (early 12th cent.)
the Johannine Comma /

Ερμηνεία των Επιστολών του Ιωάννη:
Το κείμενο της ΚΔ του Ζιγαβηνού (αρχές 12ου αι.)
δεν περιείχε το Ιωάννειο Κόμμα













* Ευθύμιος Ζιγαβηνός / Euthymius Zigabenus,
Ερμηνεία εις τας ΙΔ' επιστολάς του αποστόλου Παύλου και εις τας Ζ' καθολικάς /
Euthymii Zigabeni Commentarius in XIV epistolas Sancti Pauli et VII Catholicas,
επιμ. Νικηφόρος Καλογεράς, 1887,
Τόμος 2, σ. 630.




6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks. Could you, please, supply the post with any Info about Zigabenus' commentary upon the 7 canonical epistals? also, what was his comment upon the Johanneum Comma in question?

digiSapientia said...

Dear Sir, you can check there:

* http://books.google.gr/books?id=3qACAAAAQAAJ&dq=Zigabenus'%20commentary%20on%20Epistles&hl=el&pg=PA363#v=onepage&q&f=false

* http://books.google.gr/books?id=qZcHAAAAQAAJ&dq=Zigabenus'%20commentary%20on%20Epistles&hl=el&pg=PA78#v=onepage&q&f=false

As for the Joh. Comma, Zigabenus does not mention it as a Bible reference neither makes any comment on it.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again. I did read that note of Dr. Lucke before; it is all I could find. Mosheim's account seems to be inaccurate. I asked this only to know whether or not this commentary is agreed to be Zigadenus's. And, excuse me, I meant to ask for the comment upon the words following the comma Johanneum, i.e. 1 jn 5: 8.

Anonymous said...

Sir, Could you give his comment upon verses 7-8, even the latin translation-if there is- only?

digiSapientia said...

Dear Sir, I am not aware whether there is a Latin translation of this work.

For the Greek edition, you can search and find it here:

http://diglib.ypepth.gr/awweb/main.jsp

Then, search for "κωδ εγγράφου" (document code no) 84839 and/or 90898.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, I don't have access to it