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In the edition by CohnWendland (and also in the English and French translation series), the reader will thus not find a edition of this text with a critical apparatus. He may, however, turn to one of the editions of Eusebius, since those sections of the Apologia which have come down to us are taken from the Praeparatio Evangelica. We list Cohn and Wendland's edition on account of its seminal importance, even though it falls outside the strict chronological limits of our bibbography. For reviews, the reader is referred to the bibliography by Goodhart-Goodenough (1001), 194ff.
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This article merges, with considerable additions, into vol. 33 of OPA (1814). Com pared with the latter study, however, it does offer a more accurate and detailed description of the manuscripts. (=R36) 1811. M. HADAS-LEBEL De providentia (Paris 1973) 355-356. I et II, OPA 35 [cf. , all from the second book, are reproduced. These are drawn from Theodoret of Cyrrhus, the Sacra Parallela attributed to Johannes Damascenus, and other Byzantine authors. (RR) 1 8 1 2 . J. VAN HAELST, Catalogue des papyrus litteraires juifs et Chretiens, Universite de Paris-Sorbonne, Serie Papyrologie 1 (Paris 1976), esp.