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By Gregory of Nyssa, Ronald E. Heine

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The 1st translation right into a sleek language of an immense patristic textual content, Gregory of Nyssa's treatise at the inscriptions of the Psalms. The booklet indicates Gregory's indebtedness to classical tradition

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34 Jerome, Ep. 33. Jerome's letter also lists a large number of homilies of Origen on the psalms. On the commentaries, see Rondeau, Les commentaires patristiques, i, 44-63, and Nautin, Origene, 261--92. 35 The catenae (,chains') are a genre of Biblical commentary which consisted of excerpts from earlier patristic authors on the text. Procopius of Gaza is considered to have founded the genre in the 6th cent. The Philocalia is a collection of excerpts from Origen's writings put together by Gregory's brother Basil and Gregory of Nazianzus in the 4th cent.

Dillon, Iamblichi Chalcidensis, Philo sophia Antiqua 23 (Leiden, 1973), 55-7; J. A. Coulter, The Literary Microcosm, Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition 2 (Leiden, 1976),77-94; B. D. Larsen, Jamblique de Chalcis, i (Aarhus, 1972), passim, esp. 435-46; and Rondeau, 'Technique exegetique', 26770. Attention was first called to Iamblichus in this matter by K. Praechter, 'Richtungen und Schulen im Neuplatonismus', Genethliakon Carl Robert (Berlin, 1910), 105-56. 9' Jamblique de Chalcis, i. 435.

113 M. Harl has asked if it is necessary to connect the exegetical method which consists in seeking the GKo7r6s of a work with Iamblichus, since this is clearly set out in the hermeneutical treatise of Origen which was recopied in the Philocalia by the Cappadocian Fathers. "4 The first rule of Origen's hermeneutic, she Ibid. 451-4. 'Technique exegetique', 282, 287. 113 If the arguments of Dillon, Iambliehi Chaleidensis, 8-9, are correct, that the early teacher of Iamblichus named Anatolius was the Christian bishop of that name, and that the place where Iamblichus studied under Anatolius was Caesarea in Palestine, then there is the interesting possibility that Iamblichus himself may have been influenced by some of Origen's literary work which was housed in the library in Caesarea.

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