|Title||Reception of the Greek Story of Melchizedek in Syriac Christian Tradition|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Journal||Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha|
|Keywords||Old Testament Pseudepigrapha|
This article focuses on the history of reception of the Story of Melchizedek, an original Greek composition from Late Antiquity, among Syriac-speaking Christians during the Middle Ages. For the first time the original Syriac text, English translation and discussion of three different witnesses to this apocryphal work in Syriac is provided, namely (1) the abbreviated translation of the Story incorporated into Catena Severi (ninth century), (2) the Pseudo-Athanasian excerpt found in ms. Vatican Syr. 159, and (3) the brief discourse entitled Melchizedek the Priest.
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