Fortunaziano, vescovo e esegeta: il più antico (e sospetto) dei Padri aquileiesi, ma l’ultimo riscoperto (e riabilitato)

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Fortunatian, bishop and exegete: the oldest (and suspect) of the Aquileian Fathers, but the last rediscovered (and rehabilitated)

Alessio Persic

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Abstract

The rediscovery of the Comments on the Gospels by Fortunatian of Aquileia confirms his catholicity of the doctrine and the consequent rusticitas of his expository style.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Fortunatian, bishop and exegete: the oldest (and suspect) of the Aquileian Fathers, but the last rediscovered (and rehabilitated)
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAquileia. Una fortuna lunga più di duemila anni
Pages89-103
Number of pages15
Volume91
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameANTICHITÀ ALTOADRIATICHE

Keywords

  • Aquileia, Fortunaziano, Vittorino di Poetovio, Cromazio, esegesi dei Vangeli, arianesimo, rusticitas &amp
  • Aquileia, Fortunatian, Victorinus of Poetovio, Chromatius, exegesis of the Gospels, Arianism, rusticitas and catholicity
  • cattolicità

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