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Rufinus, the translator
|Statement||by Sister M. Monica Wagner.|
|Series||Patristic studies -- v. 73|
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Amidon offers the first English translation of Books 10 and 11 of Rufinus' Church History. Books comprise a Latin translation of Eusebius' history. Books 10 and 11 are Rufinus' own continuation, covering the period As the first Latin church history, this work exerted Pages: Presented here for the first time in English translation (from Rufinus's Latin version) is the Apology for Origen, the sole surviving work of St. Pamphilus of Caesarea (d. AD), who was one of the most celebrated priest-martyrs of the ancient n from prison with the collaboration of Eusebius (later to become the bishop of Caesarea), the Apology attempts to refute accusations Brand: The Catholic University of America Press.
Jerome was born at Stridon, a village near Emona on the border of Dalmatia and Pannonia. He is best known for his translation of most of the Bible into Latin (the translation that became known as the Vulgate), and his commentaries on the list of writings is extensive. The protégé of Pope Damasus I, who died in December of , Jerome was known for his teachings on Christian moral Attributes: lion, cardinal attire, cross, skull, trumpet, owl, . Rufinus Tyrannius, better known as RUFINUS OFAQUILEIA, b. about , probably at Concordia in Italy (Jerome, Ep. ii, 2); d. in Sicily about Though both his parents were of the Christian Faith, he was not baptized till he was about twenty-five years old at Aquileia, where he lived for a short time as a this period he probably composed his “Exposition of the Creed”.
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Rufinus of Aquileia's History of the Church, published in oris a translation and continuation of that of Eusebius of Caesarea. Eusebius's history tells the story of Christianity from its beginning down to the year ; Rufinus carries the story forward to, the year of the death of Theodosius I.
Rufinus demonstrates both a superb understanding of Eusebius's text and a tendency to. Rufinus Tyrannius, the scholarly bishop of Aquiliea, was an assiduous translator Rufinus Greek works into Latin, and a major influence in the Early Church. Through his efforts, the West was furnished with some of the greater works of Greek speaking ecclesiastics, such as the intelligent and infamous Origen's "First Principles" and the Semi-Arian 3/5(1).
Origen: Commentary On The Epistle To The Romans, Books [Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University Of America Press, ] The full article Rufinus with footnotes can be found at the following article, The Twenty-Seven-Book New Testament Before Athanasius Rufinus’s Eusebius: Translation, Continuation, and Edition in the Latin Ecclesiastical History.
Rufinus of Aquileia: Historia Ecclesiastica, B ch (Excerpt on the First Council of Nicaea) Rufinus translated the book History of Eusebius into Latin, bundling the limited historical matter in the last book in with book 9 to make 9 books. He then wrote a continuation as Books 10 taking the story down to the death of.
Rufinus may refer to. Saints Rufinus, eleven saints named Rufinus in Roman Martyrology; Rufinus of Assisi, 3rd-century saint and martyr; Valerius and Rufinus (d.
), Christian martyrs; Rufinus (Roman governor), 3rd century governor of Roman Britain Rufinus (consul) (c. –), Eastern Roman statesman Tyrannius Rufinus, or Rufinus of Aquileia (c. –), Roman monk, historian, and.
own time, Rufinus omitted what seemed to him to be superfluous in Book x, and included so much ' history ' as he found in it in his translation of Book ix (omissis quae videbantur superflua, historiae si quid habuit, nono coniunximus libro). Later on, we suggest another reason why he may have found it undesirable to translate the Pane.
the translator book Oulton (n.1)deplores Rufinus' approach: ‘But even when no temptation lay upon him, Rufinus transgressed the bounds of freedom which every translator must be expected to observe.
It is not merely that he eschews the bald literalism of Aquila or the Latin translator of Irenaeus: he is continually taking unjustifiable liberties with his : Anna M. Silvas. Amidon offers the first English translation of Books 10 and 11 of Rufinus' Church History.
Books comprise a Latin translation of Eusebius' history. Books 10 and 11 are Rufinus' own continuation, covering the period As the first Latin church history, this work exerted great influence over the subsequent scholarship of the Western Church.
Rufinus of Aquileia. Rufinus (3), Tyrannius, of Aquileia, the translator of Origen and Eusebius, the friend of Jerome and afterwards his adversary; a Latin ecclesiastical writer of some merit, and highly esteemed in his own time; born c.
at Concordia in N. Italy; baptized at Aquileia c. ; lived in Egypt some 8 years and in Palestine about 18 (–); ordained at Jerusalem c. ; in. Tyrannius Rufinus, (born c. Concordia, near Aquileia, Italy—died /, Sicily, possibly at Messina), Roman priest, writer, theologian, and translator of Greek theological works into Latin at a time when knowledge of Greek was declining in the West.
After study at Rome, where he met Jerome (later a saint and one of the doctors of the Western Church), Rufinus entered a monastery at. Rufinus' Preface to the Translation of Origen's Commentary on Psa 37, and Preface to the Two Books of Ecclesiastical History, Added by Rufinus to His Translation of Eusebius Addressed to Chromatius, Bishop of Aquileia, a.d.
Rufinus's Latin translation of Eusebius's Ecclesiastical History is customarily regarded as an inferior creature to the Greek original. By examining Rufinus's complete translation and continuation.
Rufinus of Aquileia on the Canon. Rufinus of Aquileia () was a friend of Jerome, and, like Jerome, he departed from Italy to live in the many years he lived in monasteries in Egypt and in Palestine, acquiring the learning of the Eastern churches.
Addressed to Pammachius and Marcella from Bethlehem, A.D. The documents which Jerome had before him when he wrote his Apology were (1) Rufinus' Translation of Pamphilus' Apology with the Preface prefixed to it and the book on the Falsification of the Books of Origen, (2) the Translation of the Περὶ ᾿Αρχῶν and Rufinus' Preface, (3) The Apology of Rufinus addressed to.
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Translation and Transformation. The afterlife of the library and the afterlife of the soul are joined in Rufinus's work by what Walter Benjamin will later call the afterlife of the text, namely, the practice of translation. 55 Origen's advocacy of multiple transmissions of the Logos includes a positive account of the transmission of Christian texts into "every foreign nation" Rufinus's.
RUFINUS OF AQUILEIA Fourth-century monk, translator, and ecclesiastical writer; b. Concordia, near Aquileia, ; d.
Messina, Sicily, sidonius apollinaris called him Turranius Rufinus (Epist. ), but jerome named him Tyrannius (Contra Ruf.
), obviously utilizing Acts in a pejorative sense, just as Rufinus referred to Jerome's Hebrew teacher, Rabbi Bar-anina, as Barabbas (Apol. Presented here for the first time in English translation (from Rufinus's Latin version) is the Apology for Origen, the sole surviving work of St.
Pamphilus of Caesarea (d. AD), who was one of the most celebrated priest-martyrs of the ancient n from prison with the collaboration of Eusebius (later to become the bishop of Caesarea), the Apology attempts to refute accusations 5/5(1).
Rufinus is the author of Rufinus ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), The Church History of Rufinus of Aquileia, Books 10 and 11 ( /5. Tyrannius Rufinus was a Roman priest, writer, theologian, and translator of Greek theological works into Latin at a time when knowledge of Greek was declining in the West.
His most important work is titled De virtutibus herbarutn, which lists nearly a thousand medicinal materials, mostly vegetable simples, presenting for each a brief summary of its description.The Peroration of Rufinus Appended to His Translation of Origen's Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans.
Addressed to Heraclius at Aquileia, Probably About A satisfactory conclusion has now, I trust, been reached of the Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, the writing of which has been a work of very great labour and time.Apology Against Rufinus (Book II) If you had kept faith as a translator, it would not have been necessary for me to counteract your false translation by my true one.
You know in your own conscience what you added, what you subtracted, and what you altered on one side or the other at your discretion.