Analecta Bollandiana, 132-II (2014): Contents

Analecta Bollandiana, 132-II (2014)   Michael LAPIDGE.  The “Ancient Passio” of St Dionysius (BHL 2171). The earliest surviving account of St Dionysius is the Passio listed by the Bollandists as BHL 2171. This work was drawn on extensively by Hilduin of...

Analecta Bollandiana, 132-I (2014): Contents

Philipe WOOD.  Hira and Her Saints. Cet article considère un cycle de quatre Vies de saints provenant de Hira, dans le Sud-Ouest de l’Irak. Le premier de ces textes, la Vie de Babai le Scribe, témoigne de la continuation de relations étroites entre les Chrétiens du...

Analecta Bollandiana, 131-I (2013): Contents

François BOVON – Bertrand BOUVIER.  La translation des reliques de saint Étienne le premier martyr. After the Martyrdom of Saint Stephen and the Revelation of the Protomartyr’s Relics, this is the third Greek text giving accounts of the saint.  All three texts...

Analecta Bollandiana, 131-II (2013): Contents

Sergey KIM.  Une homélie inédite sur la décollation de Jean-Baptiste attribuée à Jean Chrysostome. Introduction, édition et traduction d’après le ms. Ochrid, Musée National, Inv. 1 (Mošin gr. 72). The present article offers the editio princeps of a pseudochrysostomian...

Analecta Bollandiana, 130-I (2012): Contents

Bénédicte LESIEUR.  Les derniers voyages de Pierre l’Ibère d’après Jean Rufus: chronologie et interprétation. The travels of Peter the Iberian from 475 until his death in December 491 bear witness to his long struggle to defend antichalcedonianism.  After...

Analecta Bollandiana, 130-II (2012): Contents

Roger GRYSON.  Un fragment de parchemin en semi-onciale du vie siècle (lettres de S. Jérôme, Vie de Malchus). The binding of a sixteenth-century publication of unknown provenance which was found in the library of a priest of Brussels had been reinforced by a sheet of...