Bischoff, B., “Turning-points in the history of Latin exegesis in the early Middle Ages”, in Biblical studies (1976)

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Bischoff (Bernhard) 1976a

Bischoff, Bernhard, “Turning-points in the history of Latin exegesis in the early Middle Ages”, tr. Colm O'Grady, in: McNamara, Martin [ed.], Biblical studies: the medieval Irish contribution, Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association 1, Dublin: Dominican Publications, 1976. 74–160.

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Translators O'Grady (Colm)
Article “Turning-points in the history of Latin exegesis in the early Middle Ages”
Work Martin McNamara (ed.), Biblical studies: the medieval Irish contribution (1976)
Pages 74–160
Year 1976


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Description/summary English translation of “Wendepunkte in der Geschichte der lateinischen Exegese im Frühmittelalter”, which originally appeared in Sacris Erudiri 6 (1954).

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Bischoff, Bernhard, “Wendepunkte in der Geschichte der lateinischen Exegese im Frühmittelalter”, Sacris Erudiri 6 (1954): 189–279.

Bischoff (Bernhard) 1976a

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