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RQ-266163-19
The Legends of Barbara and Katherine in the Greek Tradition (4th-10th Centuries)
David Konstan, New York University

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What Is Metaphrasis? The Case of John of Sardis (BHG 215i) (Article)
Title: What Is Metaphrasis? The Case of John of Sardis (BHG 215i)
Author: Daria Resh
Abstract: The question persists: what is metaphrasis in hagiography? A Byzantine in the 11th century—for it was then that this term passed into common use—could quickly point out what it is: the main type of hagiographical text included in the liturgical collection of Symeon Logothete, also known as Metaphrastes. This chapter is a quest for the literary phenomenology of metaphrasis in its historical evolution: from the earliest samples to the Menologion of Symeon Logothete.
Year: 2921
Primary URL: http:/brill.com/view/title/54263
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Format: Other
Publisher: E.J. Brill


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