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The Antiochene concession to Cyril in the creed was the term 'theotokos'; this our author does not use, he calls Mary' forever virgin'. The anathemata of Cyril, however, nobody on the Antiochene side was prepared to swallow; it is therefore by no means improbable that the author of VI sought to combine refutation of the chapters with an inclination towards peace, when the latter was in preparation, if not already concluded. So VI would have been composed originally in Greek somewhere in 433; the translation into Syriac took place early enough to use the unrevised older version of the anathemata in Syriac.

Should be added Cambro Or. 1318 (the quotation there on f. 123 r). Or. 1318 is described by Goodman, 'Jenks Collection', pp. 595 f. S. Brock refers us also to ms. Mingana Syr. 58; this ms. begins with two treatises on the Psalms by Ahob, The first (f. I - I I a) has the title' A treatise on the cause of the psalms'; see Mingana's description of the ms. in his 'Syriac and Garshuni Manuscripts' (Woodbrooke Catalogues, vol. I), Cambridge, 1933. 2 'these words ... refuted' om. in Cambr. Or. 13 I 8.

E. Schwartz, Publizistische Sammlungen zum acacianischen Schisma (Abh. d. Bayr. Akad. d. , Phil. hist. Abt. NF 10), Muenchen 1934, pp. 96- 106 GCS = Die Griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte Lietzmann == H. Lietzmann, Apollinarius von Laodicea und seine Schule, Tuebingen 1904 Loofs == F. Loofs, Nestoriana. Die Fragmente des Nestorius, Halle 1905 liii ABBREVIA TIONS Philox. = Philoxeniana Sermo maior de fide = E. g. Sermo maior de fide des Athanasius (Sitz. ber. d.

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