"...so that those who read the (Biblical) text and the commentary do not correct one after the other" (Zachary of Besançon). Some observations on the textual traditions of two 12th century Latin Gospel Harmony Commentaries

U.B. Schmid

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationParatext and Megatext as Channels of Jewish and Christian Traditions. The Textual markers of Contextualization.
EditorsA.A. den Hollander, U.B. Schmid, W.F. Smelik
Place of PublicationLeiden
PublisherBrill
Pages136-151
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventJewish and Christian Perspectives Series - Leiden
Duration: 1 Jan 20031 Jan 2003

Conference

ConferenceJewish and Christian Perspectives Series
Period1/01/031/01/03

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Schmid, U. B. (2003). "...so that those who read the (Biblical) text and the commentary do not correct one after the other" (Zachary of Besançon). Some observations on the textual traditions of two 12th century Latin Gospel Harmony Commentaries. In A. A. den Hollander, U. B. Schmid, & W. F. Smelik (Eds.), Paratext and Megatext as Channels of Jewish and Christian Traditions. The Textual markers of Contextualization. (pp. 136-151). Leiden: Brill.