By Cornelia B. Horn
Cornelia Horn examines and reconstructs the anti-Chalcedonian stream in Palestine at the foundation of 1 of its most crucial witnesses, the fifth-century lifetime of Peter the Iberian by means of John Rufus. She makes use of textual in addition to archaeological facts to reconstruct the background of Peter the Iberian and his major function within the early anti-Chalcedonian Church in addition to the improvement of theological principles and their reference to Palestinian asceticism.
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61 Nau, Ple´rophories, 164–165, 168–183. 62 See Nau, Ple´rophories, 7. ’ 250 n. 3. 63 Wright, Catalogue, vol. iii, 1103–1107. MS BM Add. 14,650 is listed as no. 949. It consists of 235 folios. 64 See Wright, Catalogue, vol. iii, 1107. Sources and Authors: Rufus and Zachariah 23 Plerophoriae contained in the Wrst half of the manuscript on folios 90r–134v65 could very well have been written by a diVerent scribe. The second manuscript, BM Add. 68 It is not unlikely that BM Add. 14,631 is merely a transcription of BM Add.
Gr. 1185 (corresponding to AD 874) contains an extract from a letter by Bishop Sergius bar Karya¯ (Wright, Catalogue, 994, no. 49). A certain Abbot Sergius bar Karya¯, who may or may not be identical with Bishop Sergius bar Karya¯, is named as the translator from Greek into Syriac of John of Aphthonia’s Vita Severi, included in MS Sachau 321 and indexed in Eduard Sachau, Die Handschriften-Verzeichnisse der Ko¨niglichen Bibliothek zu Berlin, vol. xxiii: Verzeichniss der Syrischen Handschriften, pt.
Hohlwein and H. Barion, ‘Prozession. II. Im Christentum’, in RGG 5 (1961), 669–671. 1–4 (2004), 171–190. See also below, ch. 4. 36 Commemorating certain saints by name, primarily in the context of prayer, had developed into an ongoing tradition also in Peter’s monastery. Peter himself had introduced a speciWc form of that veneration. 38 One supposes that the brethren of Peter’s community did not abandon the practice after Peter’s death, but that they carried on with it,39 presumably enlarging that list also to include Peter’s name.
Asceticism and Christological Controversy in Fifth-Century Palestine: The Career of Peter the Iberian (Oxford Early Christian Studies) by Cornelia B. Horn