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Gospel Of Thomas

GOSPEL OF THOMAS An apocryphal gospel of Gnostic origin, possibly from the late second century. The most “popular” of the Coptic texts of the NAG HAMMADI LIBRARY (II. 2), the Gospel of Thomas has been translated into several languages and circulated widely in learned circles among specialists both in Gnosticism and in New Testament studies, …

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Abu Sa‘Id Ibn Sayyid Al-Dar Ibn Abi Al-Fadl Al-Masihi

ABU SA‘ID IBN SAYYID AL-DAR IBN ABI AL-FADL AL-MASIHI A “Coptic author who lived about 1322” and who might have been the author of the Canons of Ammonius and Eusebius (Sbath, 1938, 1939). But G. Graf did not treat him as an author and, apparently, by merely mentioning the manuscript without referring to the author’s …

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