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By Nigel Guy Wilson

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3 John 13. 35. 6 cxli-r<;;: possessive dative. ~a&rrn:fas: 'training, discipleship'. 7 6eo1rapaSeuCTov: lexicis addendum. 7-8 John 16. 15. 9 &-rraptyi

DtSlger, Heidelberg 1966, 345-350. A pious fiction, first found in Socrates, hist. eccl. 5. 22, and repeated noncommittally by Photius at the end of his summary, represented the author as a Christian bishop. Photius was not the only Byzantine to write about this popular novel; see H. rtner, Antike und Abendland 15. 1969. 47-69. 1 Al6tonn<6v: the title of the novel is normally in the plural. la can mean 'story, fable'. See further E. Rohde, Der griechische Roman8 376f. 3 nAeoval,;et: 'abounds in', without pejorative sense.

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