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Justin Martyr’s Apologies: Greek Text with Notes
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Justin Martyr’s Apologies: Greek Text with Notes


Harper & Brothers 1877

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This volume contains the Greek text of Justin Martyr’s first and second Apologies, and the Epistle to Diognetus. Gildersleeve includes over 150 pages of notes and analysis, and the book offers three useful indexes: a Greek index, a subject index, and an index of Scripture references found in each text.

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For more works by Justin Martyr, check out the The Major Works of Justin Martyr in Greek (3 vols.).

Product Details

  • Title: Justin Martyr’s Apologies: Greek Text with Notes
  • Author: Justin Martyr
  • Translator: William Trollope
  • Publisher: J. Hall
  • Publication Date: 1846
  • Pages: 150
  • Topic: Church Father

About Basil L. Gildersleeve

Basil L. Gildersleeve was a Presbyterian clergyman, professor, author, and translator. Gildersleeve fought in the American Civil war, and taught Greek and Hebrew at various universities including the University of Virginia and Johns Hopkins University, and served as the editor for the American Journal of Philology.