Against the Galileans – Fragment 15

Then the snake conversing with Eve, which country’s language will we say him having used? Was it [1] human? And from the tales built among the Hellenes, in what these ones differ? [1] the language; διαλέκτῳ is feminine, thus the feminine adjective ανθρωπείᾳ Notice on text and translation. Τὸν γὰρ όфιν τὸν διαλεγόμενον πρὸς τὴν … Continue reading Against the Galileans – Fragment 15

Against the Galileans – notice on text and translation

All the sections taken from Flavius Claudius Julianus’s Against the Galileans are historically edited through comments by Cyril of Alexandria. We do not hold any piece from the original work written by Julian the philosopher – or Julian the apostate. Scholars believe that his writings have been censored and destroyed by ecclesiastic authorities when the … Continue reading Against the Galileans – notice on text and translation