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8255Re: [textualcriticism] Papias Works Listed Catalogue of Stams 1341

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  • Mike Ferrando
    Feb 3, 2014
      Stephen (et al),
      I did find your page which has excellent info!
      I found the reference in Kortner (digital copy online!).
      I did however, find the original journal with Bickell's article.
      Bicknell's entry is just one page, but the German script is difficult.
      Would it be possible to translate this?

      === Bickell ===
      Title    Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie, Volume 3
      Contributor    Universität Innsbruck. Theologische Fakultät
      Publisher    Herder, 1879
      Original from    Oxford University
      Digitized    Oct 5, 2006
      p. 803

      === Kortner ===
      Also, the first entry Kortner, did produce a digital searchable copy with the reference to Bickell on p. 36, footnote on p. 241.
      Papias von Hierapolis : ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des frühen Christentums
      [ENGLISH: Papias of Hierapolis: a contribution to the history of early Christianity]
      Author / Editor: Körtner, Ulrich H. J.
      Publishing Place: Göttingen | Year of Publication: 1983 | Publishing house: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
      Call number: B.isag. 15 vg-133
      search "stams"

      From: Stephen Carlson
      To: textualcriticism@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, February 3, 2014 9:19 AM
      Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] Papias Works Listed Catalogue of Stams 1341

      Please see: Adolf Harnack, Geschichte der Altchristlichen Litteratur bis Eusebius (Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1893) 1:69.

      2) Bickell hat in d. Ztschr. f. kathol. Theol. III S. 800ff. den Katalog der Bibliotek des Klosters Stams veröffentlicht, welcher im J. 1341 abgefasst worden ist. Hier findet sich die Notiz: „Sermones de s. Benedicto et de S. Bernhardo. – Sermones diversi. – Papias cum sermonibus diversis.“ Ich habe eine Woche hindurch in Stams nach dieser Handschriften gesucht, sie aber nicht gefunden.

      Personally, I think this could be (and more likely is) a reference to the popular medieval dictionary by a northern Italian lexicographer also called Papias.


      Stephen C. Carlson, Ph.D. (Duke)
      Post-Doctoral Fellow, Theology, Uppsala

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