Q. S. FL. TERTULLIANI ADVERSUS VALENTINIANOS
TEXT, TRANSLATION, AND COMMENTARY
Mark T. Riley
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The dissertation is too large to make a single HTML file, so it has been split into four pieces. This page has been created as an entry point to link those files together. The HTML documents have been created from a print of the microfilm which has been scanned and manually corrected.
Greek text is given using the Scholar's Press SPIonic TrueType font. Hebrew text is usually shown using a bitmap which can be clicked on for a larger view, but occasionally given in the Scholar's Press SPTiberian font. Both fonts are freely available for Windows and Macintosh from https://www.tertullian.org/support.
The Latin text is exactly as the microfilm apart from two changes:
Verse numbers have been added from the J.-C. Fredouille edition in the Sources Chrétiennes series, #280. The reason for this is simply that there is no other edition-independent way to refer to portions of the text. The numbers can be recognised as they take the form ""
The Latin text sometimes contains what appear to be obvious typographical errors (e.g. 'its' instead of 'ita') - the inevitable product of the dissertation-creation process in the pre-wordprocessor era. These have been checked against the Fredouille edition and corrected. However a footnote of the change has been added in red at the foot of the page.
The bibliography and indices are in the file with the commentary.
This page has been online since 26th December 2000.
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