The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647

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Cambridge University Press, 1999 - 214 páginas
The «Visio Pauli» and the Gnostic «Apocalypse of Paul» is the first modern collection of studies on the most important aspects of the «Visio Pauli», the most popular early Christian apocalypse in the Middle Ages. The volume starts with a short study of the textual traditions of the «Visio Pauli», its Jewish and early Christian traditions as well as its influence on later literature, such as Dante. This is followed by studies of the Prologue, the four rivers of Eden, the place of the Ocean, the relation between body and soul, the image of hell and its punishments, and the connection with fantastic literature. Finally, a codicological, comparative, and textual re-evaluation of the Coptic translation attempts to correct earlier errors and to rehabilitate the value and interest of this long neglected version of the «Visio Pauli». The book is concluded with a study of the earthly tribunal in the fourth heaven of the Gnostic «Apocalypse of Paul». As has become customary, the volume is rounded off by an extensive bibliography of the «Visio Pauli» and the Gnostic «Apocalypse of Paul» and a detailed index.
 

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