Commentarius in Evangelium secundum Marcum
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Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus, Jerome of Stridon
Church father, born in Dalmatia, and biblical scholar who translated the greater part of the Bible into Latin and whose labours led to the Vulgate version.
- Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, MS F IV 1/no. 7 [s. ix]Two fragments, known for its Old Irish and Latin glosses
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New arguments are advanced here for a re-consideration of Bischoff’s hypothesis about the Irish authorship of the Ps-Jerome ‘Commentarius in Marcum’. The treatment of a number of topics—psalm exegesis, the early church, Roman coinage, the cardinal points, the Jews—cannot be described as characteristically Irish.
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