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“The first of four tendencies or occasions lay in the continuing efforts at exegesis of Genesis and the com - pilation of works entitled Hexaemeron or On the Six”
“At any rate it seems quite impossible that the well-ordered and clear account of the Hexaemeron should be the outcome of the complicated and obscure presentation of the Avesta and the Pahlavi literature.”
“During the Scholastic age, too, the literal interpretation of the Hexaemeron was the prevalent one, as may be seen in the great works of Peter”
“The Hexaemeron is the title of nine homilies delivered by St. Basil on the cosmogony of the opening chapters of Genesis.”
“James's "Hexaemeron" is preserved in two MSS., one of which is found in Leyden, and the other in Lyons; (2) commendaries and scholia on the Sacred Writings of both”
“Among the poetical creations of the earliest times must be mentioned the didactic poem "Hexaemeron", by”
“Hexaemeron" and from a series of treatises on Genesis by Philo.”
“One of its best examples is the "Hexaemeron" of Geogius”
“Gennadius (De viris illustr., xiii) furthermore attributes to Prudentius, mistakenly perhaps, a "Hexaemeron" of which we know nothing.”
“Hexaemeron' [200: 2] that 'the more ancient interpreters ... contemplated the sayings about paradise _spiritually_, and referred them to the”
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