Theodore of Tarsus – Secondary Sources

13 03 2007

Bischoff, B. & Lapidge, M., eds., Biblical Commentaries from the Canterbury School of Theodore and Hadrian, Cambridge, CUP, 1994.

Brock, S., ‘St Theodore of Canterbury, the Canterbury School, and the Christian East’, in The Heythrop Journal, 36(4), October 1995, pp.  431-38.

Cubitt, C., Anglo-Saxon Church Councils c.650-c.850, London, Leicester University Press, 1995.

Finsterwalder, P.W., ed. Die Canones Theodori Cantuariensis und ihre Überlieferungsformen, Weimar, 1929.

Lapidge, M., ed. Archbishop Theodore: Commemorative Studies on His Life and Influence, Cambridge, CUP, 1995.

Lapidge, M.,

‘The Career of Archbishop Theodore’;

‘The Study of Greek at the School of Canterbury in the Seventh Century’;

‘The School of Theodore and Hadrian’;

‘Theodore and Anglo-Latin Octosyllabic Verse’,

in Anglo-Latin Literature 600-899, London, The Hambledon Press, 1996.

Siemens, J., ‘Christ’s Restoration of Humankind in the Laterculus Malalianus, 14′, in The Heythrop Journal, 48(1), January 2007, pp. 18-28.

Siemens, J., ‘A Survey of the Christology of Theodore of Tarsus in the Laterculus Malalianus‘, in The Scottish Journal of Theology, 60(2), 2007, pp.  1-13.

Stevenson, J., The Laterculus Malalianus and the School of Archbishop Theodore, Cambridge, CUP, 1995.

Stevenson, J., ‘Ephraim the Syrian in Anglo-Saxon England,’ in Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies Vol. 1, No. 2, July 1998.

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15 04 2007
Bibliography Update « East to West

[…] Bibliography Update 15 04 2007 Due to time constraints, it has been more than two weeks since I last added anything significant to ‘East to West’. More material should be posted this week, but in the meantime, I will simply draw your attention to the slightly updated bibliography on Theodore of Tarsus. […]

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