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Author Africanus, Sextus Julius.

Title Chronographiae : the extant fragments / Iulius Africanus ; edited by Martin Wallraff, with Umberto Roberto, and, for the oriental sources, Karl Pinggéra ; translated by William Adler.

Imprint Berlin : W. de Gruyter, ©2007.

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Description 1 online resource (lxxxix, 350 pages)
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Series Die griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten Jahrhunderte ; n.F., Bd. 15
Griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte ; n.F., Bd. 15.
Language Text primarily in Greek, with some fragments in Latin, Armenian, and Arabic, and English translation on facing pages; introduction in English.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages lix-lxvii) and indexes.
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Contents Preface; Introduction; 1. Iulius Africanus: The Man and his Work; 2. The Chronographiae: Date and Place of Writing, Literary Character; 3. The Chronological System; 4. The Text and its Transmission; 4.1. Eusebius; 4.2. Chronicles from the Alexandrian Tradition; 4.3. Chronicles from the Antiochene Tradition; 4.4. Georgius Syncellus; 4.5. The Logothete Chronicle and Related Texts; 4.6. Oriental Authors; 4.7. Minor Authors and Texts; 5. Earlier Editions; 6. Principles of the Edition; 7. Bibliography; Conspectus Siglorum; Abbreviationes; 1. Opera in apparatu adhibita; 2. Editores et Emendatores
3. CeteraIulius Africanus, Chronographiae; Testimonia on the Life of Iulius Africanus; T1 Africanus under Pertinax and Septimius Severus (AD 193); T2 Africanus' Mission on behalf of Nicopolis; T3 Africanus under Gordian III (AD 238-244); T4 Africanus under Decius (AD 249-251); T5 Africanus as a Contemporary of Origen; Testimonia on General Aspects of the Chronographiae; T6 Chronological Overview; T7 Jerome; T8 Church Historians in Constantinople; T9 Isidore of Seville; T10 John Malalas; T11 Photius; T12 Suda; T13 Michael Syrus; Material from Books 1/2: From Adam to Moses; F14 The Creation
F15 The Fabricated Chronology of the Egyptians and the ChaldeansF16 The Generations from Adam to Abraham; T17 Adam's Tomb; F18 Seth, the Inventor of the Hebrew Alphabet; F19 Enosh, called by the name of God; F20 God's Immanence; F21 Quotation from the Book of Enoch; F22 The Years of Methuselah and the Names of the Sons of Cain; F23 The Circumstances of the Flood; F24 The Pagan Gods; F25 From the Division of the Earth to Abraham's Migration; F26 Abraham in Egypt, Lot's Land and the Dead Sea; T27 The Toponym Gerar; T28 The Chronology of Jacob's Life; F29 Jacob's Tent
F30 The Terebinth Tree in ShechemF31 Job, the Descendant of Esau; T32 The Chronology of Joseph's Life; F33 The Date of Joseph's Death; Material from Book 3: From Moses to the First Olympiad; F34 Synchronism of the Exodus and Ogygus; F35 The Chronology from Adam to Samuel; T36 Synchronism of Ehud and the Flood of Deucalion; T37 The Family of Abimelech; T38 Abdon the Judge; T39 The Chronology after Joshua; T40 The Chronology of the Judges and the One-year Rule of Shamgar; T41 The Chronology from the Exodus to the Building of the Temple; T42 The Date of the Building of the Temple
F43 The Pre-History of EgyptF44 Mestrem, the Eponymous Father of the Egyptians; T45 The Date of the Flood and the Date of Abraham; F46 Dynasties of Egypt; T47 King Amosis and Moses; T48 Moses and Inachus; T49 Chronology of the Assyrian Kingdom; F50 The Kings of the Argives; F51 The Rulers of the Sicyonians; T52 From Aeneas to the Foundation of Rome; F53 The Kings of Rome; F54 The Rulers of the Athenians; T55 The Chronology of the Floods among the Greeks; F56 Atlas and Prometheus; T57 The Years from Inachus to Cecrops; F58 The Kings of the Lacedaemonians; F59 The Kings of the Corinthians
Summary The book presents for the first time a critical edition of all the extant fragments of the Chronographiae by Iulius Africanus. This work is the first Christianworld chronicle - a wide-ranging attempt to combine Classical Hellenistic historiography with the Jewish Hebrew heritage and integrate them into a Christian world-view.
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Subject Bible -- Chronology -- Early works to 1800.
Africanus, Sextus Julius.
History, Ancient -- Chronology -- Early works to 1800.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Early works.
Added Author Wallraff, Martin.
Roberto, Umberto.
Pinggéra, Karl.
Adler, William, 1951-
Added Title Chronicles. English & Greek
Iulius Africanus Chronographiae
Julius Africanus Chronographiae
Other Form: Print version: Africanus, Sextus Julius. Chronicles. English & Greek. Chronographiae. Berlin : W. de Gruyter, ©2007 9783110194937 3110194937 (DLC) 2008271256 (OCoLC)173879401
ISBN 9783110894172 (electronic bk.)
3110894173 (electronic bk.)