The Gothic Bologna fragments in context
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The Bologna Fragments’ language of attestation suggests a link to the Homoianism espoused by Wulfila and the Gothic kingdoms. This paper offers a brief treatment of the Homoian movement to deter misconceptions and differentiate it from Arianism. It turns then to the consideration of a few passages with potentially Trinitarian implications, and concludes that whatever the Fragments are about, they not only do not treat Trinitarian theology, but were not written in a context in which such ideas were in dispute. Finally, it notes the topos of race in one catena of the first folio.
Wolfe , B 2016 , The Gothic Bologna fragments in context . in A Auer & M de Vaan (eds) , Le palimpseste gotique de Bologne : Etudes philologiques et linguistiques . vol. 50 , Les Cahiers de l'Institut de Linguistique et des Sciences du Langage , vol. 50 , Centre de linguistique et des sciences du langage, Université de Lausanne , Lausanne , pp. 99-109 .
Le palimpseste gotique de Bologne
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