Guest Post: Anthony Alcock – John of Constantinople, Exegesis on Susanna & Frumentius, Athanasius and Constantius

Here are two recent contributions by Anthony Alcock:

John of Constantinople, Exegesis on Susanna

Frumentius, Athanasius and Constantius

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About Alin Suciu

I am a researcher at the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities. I write mostly on Coptic literature, Patristics, and apocryphal texts.
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2 Responses to Guest Post: Anthony Alcock – John of Constantinople, Exegesis on Susanna & Frumentius, Athanasius and Constantius

  1. Sever (J.) Voicu says:

    De Susanna (CPG 4567)

    Pace Budge, the homily is attributed by the Sahidic manuscript to John Chrysostom, not John the Faster. «John (bishop and/or of Constantinople)» is the usual way of refering to Chrysostom until the mid-6th century. Probably the epithet was prompted by the need to distinguish him from John II the Cappadocian (518-520).

    De Susanna is associated to a large cluster of 37 spurious homilies, that were delivered in Constantinople around the years 390-400 by an unknown author acquainted with Cappadocian exegesis.

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