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Papers awarded on the 12th overseas convention on Patristic reports held in Oxford 1995 (see additionally Studia Patristica 29, 31, 32 and 33). The successive units of Studia Patristica include papers brought on the overseas meetings on Patristic reports, which meet for per week as soon as each 4 years in Oxford; they're held less than the aegis of the Theology college of the college. participants of those meetings come from world wide and such a lot supply papers. those diversity over the entire box, either East and West, from the second one century to a bit at the Nachleben of the Fathers. the bulk are brief papers facing a few small and achievable aspect; they increase and infrequently unravel questions on the authenticity of files, dates of occasions, and such like, and a few unveil new texts. The smaller variety of longer papers positioned such issues into context and point out wider traits. the entire displays the nation of Patristic scholarship and demonstrates the vigor and recognition of the topic.

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