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Les Transitus Mariae sont-ils vraiment des apocryphes ?

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The Hypomnesticon, of Joseph Tiberias, is really a kind of hapax which allows us to understand, in part, the difficulties encountered by scientists who wanted to assign a dating and attribution. The Hypomnesticon is known only by a single manuscript dating from the tenth century. It was published for the first time by JA Fabricius, in 1741, following the second edition of the Codex pseudepigraphus Veteris Testamenti. The Hypomnesticon currently consists of 167 chapters that provide a variety of information, including the Old and New Testament. In reality, there are only 166 Hypomnesticon chapters as Chapter 136 is an excerpt from the Chronicle of Hippolytus of Thebes. Of these 166 chapters, 131 relate to the Old Testament and Judaism, and 35 to the New Testament and Christianity. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Christianity; Hypomnesticon; JA Fabricius; Joseph Tiberias; New Testament



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