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  • Coincidences in Exegesis between Bede and the Laterculus Malalianus

    As an original composition of the seventh-century archbishop of Canterbury, Theodore of Tarsus, it is reasonable to…

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    James R. Siemens

  • Preliminary Enquiries into the Place of the Laterculus Malalianus

    The chronicle played an important role in late antique historiography. It was, unlike a history, broad in scope: often serving to set…

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    James R. Siemens

  • The Pœnitentiale Theodori in Theological Perspective

    That one of the more famous penitentials of Anglo-Saxon England should be attributed to Theodore of Tarsus, the seventh-century…

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    James R. Siemens

  • Christ’s Restoration of Humankind in the Laterculus Malalianus

    In the early 1990s, a previously-neglected text, entitled Laterculus Malalianus, was attributed by Jane Stevenson to the hand of Theodore of…

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    James R. Siemens

  • A Survey of the Christology of Theodore of Tarsus in the Laterculus Malalianus

    Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica makes it clear that Theodore of Tarsus, the seventh-
    century archbishop of Canterbury, is a figure who should…

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    © 2007 TICS
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    James R. Siemens