Analecta Bollandiana, 134-II (2016): Contents

Frederick M. BIGGS.  Bede’s Martyrologium and the Martyrologium Hieronymianum. This essay questions two assumptions that have guided the study of martyrologies: the Martyrologium Hieronymianum did not, the author argues, contain any historical entries, which are...

Analecta Bollandiana, 134-I (2016): Contents

Christelle JULLIEN.  Découverte d’un martyr perse dans un légendier latin médiéval. A mediaeval Latin manuscript has preserved the Passion of a fifth-century Persian martyr, Vamnes, who is totally unknown in the hagiographic and liturgical sources of the various...

Analecta Bollandiana, 133-II (2015): Contents

Xavier LEQUEUX.  La Passion grecque abrégée de sainte Cyprille martyre à Cyrène en Libye (BHG 2093). The new text edited on the basis of MSS Andros, Monastery τῆς Ζωοδόχου Πηγῆς 65 (15th cent., f. 195-198v) and Vaticanus graecus 2014 (12th cent., f. 111-113) relates...

Analecta Bollandiana, 133-I (2015): Contents

Basile MARKESINIS.  Les débuts du monoénergisme. Rectifications concernant ce qui s’est passé entre Cyrus d’Alexandrie, Serge de Constantinople et S. Sophrone de Jérusalem. The article shows that St Sophronius met Cyrus of Antioch after the Union (3 June 633) between...

Analecta Bollandiana, 132-II (2014): Contents

Analecta Bollandiana, 132-II (2014)   Michael LAPIDGE.  The “Ancient Passio” of St Dionysius (BHL 2171). The earliest surviving account of St Dionysius is the Passio listed by the Bollandists as BHL 2171. This work was drawn on extensively by Hilduin of...

Analecta Bollandiana, 132-I (2014): Contents

Philipe WOOD.  Hira and Her Saints. Cet article considère un cycle de quatre Vies de saints provenant de Hira, dans le Sud-Ouest de l’Irak. Le premier de ces textes, la Vie de Babai le Scribe, témoigne de la continuation de relations étroites entre les Chrétiens du...