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Nonni Panopolitani Paraphrasis S. Evangelii Ioannei


Nonni Panopolitani Paraphrasis S. Evangelii Ioannei is a poetic Greek paraphrase of the Gospel of John. It’s traditionally attributed to Nonnos of Panopolis, about whom little is known. Early scholars believed this text to have been written by Nonnos during the fifth century, probably in Alexandria, Egypt. Today the authorship of this text is disputed, yet it remains a valuable resource for the study of John. Its unique form—a paraphrase written in verse—gives it added appeal, providing uncommon insights into John’s linguistic choices as well as the way the Gospel was interpreted during the fifth century. This volume also includes an introductory material and notes in Latin.

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Key Features

  • Fifth-century paraphrase of the Gospel of John
  • Written in verse
  • A classic Greek text originally believed to be written by Nonnos of Panopolis

Product Details

  • Title: Nonni Panopolitani Paraphrasis S. Evangelii Ioannei
  • Author: Nonnos of Panopolis
  • Editor: Augustinus Scheindler
  • Publisher: In Aedibus B. G. Teubneri
  • Publication Date: 1781
  • Pages: 336

About Nonnos of Panopolis

Nonnos of Panopolis was a Greek poet who lived in Egypt during the fifth century AD. His epic poem, the Dionysiaca, is regarded as the last great poem of antiquity.

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