Codex Manichaicus Coloniensis. Atti del Secondo Simposio Internazionale ( Cosenza maggio ), Cosenza [= CMC, Atti II]: L. Koenen, ‘How. Title. Codex manichaicus coloniensis: concordanze / L. Cirillo, A. Concolino Mancini, A. Roselli. Also Titled. Cologne Mani codex. Author. Cirillo, Luigi. , English, Conference Proceedings edition: Codex Manichaicus Coloniensis : atti del simposio internazionale (Rende-Amantea settembre ) / a.
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Werner Sundermann Originally Published: Van Oort and Quispel demonstrate that Muhammad, too, may be seen in this light. Topic select a topic The Greek text bears traces that shows it has been translated from an Eastern Aramaic or Old Syriac coex.
Mani’s teachings are revealed to him through his spiritual companion and celestial twin his syzygos.
The Cologne Mani codex is not a dogmatic tract. What had previously been known about this legendary figure was not always consistent with the known practices among the baptists Mani knew e. Luttikhuizen, The Revelation of Elchasai.
Comments and reviews What are comments? The literary structure of the Codex also throws a new and revealing light on the origin of the form and contents of the canonical gospels. Henrichs and Koenenp.
The Study of the Cologne Mani Codex | Johannes van Oort –
Haloun and Mmanichaicus, p. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. The Cologne Mani codex is divided into sections, each beginning with a name e. Be the first to add this to a list.
ConcordanzeCosenza, Interlanguage link template link number. This single location in Australian Capital Territory: Concolino Mancino, and A.
Coliniensis Mani really appeared during his twenty-sixth yearaccording to the reconstruction of p. These online bookshops told us they have this item: The Mani-Codex was discovered in Egypt shortly before and subsequently acquired by the University of Cologne. Tags What are tags? We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search.
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