A blog on the transmission, use, and transformation of the so-called Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, with a particular focus on the manuscripts containing them, practices and media cultures framing their use in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and the scholarly paradigms that shape the way we study them today
Professor of Media and Communication at RMIT University in Melbourne, Peter Horsfield, visits MF Norwegian School of Theology. He will give the lecture "Re-viewing the origins of Christianity through a media lens" on Friday 23 October, 09:15-11:00 (Room 371). If you are in Oslo that day, feel free to join us!
Professor Horsfield has recently published the book From Jesus to the Internet: A History of Christianity and theMedia. Here:
ThALES is a new lectionary database giving scholars access to ancient and medieval Christian and Jewish lectionaries.
Nils H. Korsvoll and I are responsible for the Syriac lectionary manuscript Add 14686 of the British Library (one of the lectionaries that includes readings from 2 Baruch and 4 Ezra, of course!). As far as I know, this is the first published/publicly available edition of the list of readings of this particular lectionary manuscript.