Category Archives: Hippolytus

Chronicon rough draft completed

I have completed the rough draft of Hippolytus’ Chronicon and it is now being voluntarily corrected by the kind Yancy Smith.  I hope to have it online for you all in September.

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Hippolytus, Strabo, and Ptolemy

I decided to take the plunge and try to link some of the city’s mentioned in the Hippolytus with those mentioned by Strabo and Ptolemy.  The online text for Strabo, both Greek and English, can be found at archive.org the … Continue reading

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Update

Progress on Hippolytus’ Chronicon has been very good the past two weeks.  I am about 650 lines in and have completed the last section in Greek and have now begun the final section, which only survives in an ancient Latin and … Continue reading

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Chronicon Update

The translation has been coming along well, I am about 360 ”verses” into it which is well over half way.  Once I am done I need to revise and correct it.  I have made the decision to only transliterate the names … Continue reading

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Update on the Chronicon of Hippolytus

I have slowly been translating the first 150 lines of Hippolytus’ Chronicon. Work is hard going, mostly because there are hundreds of proper names of people groups in the ancient world. These names are not listed in the principle Greek … Continue reading

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The Apostolic Tradition of Hippolytus

After some delay, I have finally finished the digitization of The Apostolic Tradition of Hippolytus, which can be found here.  It is a fascinating liturgical and ecclesiastical piece written at a time when the church still felt fierce persecution and … Continue reading

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Digitizing Hippolytus’ Apostolic Tradition Update

I’ve been very busy lately so digitizing Hippolytus’ Apostolic Tradition has gone slowly.  However I finished digitizing it and have corrected 30% of it.  I am debating about how carefully to correct it and format it, at this point I’m … Continue reading

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Update on Hippolytus’ Chronicle 5

I just received the updated edition of Hippolytus’ Chronicle. It is in a much nicer format and the end notes have been turned into foot notes. The previous edition appeared to have been a facsimile of a handwritten copy; this … Continue reading

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Update on Hippolytus’ Chronicle 4

    I am about 9% done with the translation.  I found out that GCS (Die Griechischen Christlichen Schriftsteller) has published an updated version of this.  I had looked into this but was not able to find any complete list of the … Continue reading

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Digitizing Hippolytus' Apostolic Tradition

    The Copy of B.S. Easton’s 1934 “Apostolic Tradition” by Hippolytus came in a few days ago!  I have been slowly digitizing it and am about 70% complete.  Once I finish that I will briefly reformat it and then post … Continue reading

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