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Then, other criteria will be sought that enable a decision on the relative values of the Syriac and Latin versions. 10 Rufinus the Translator and His Comments on His Version of the Pseudo-Clementines Condemnation of Rufinus as a translator has a long history that reaches back to internecine squabbles with his quondam friend Jerome. Rufinus found defenders then as he has now, and though it is still customary to inquire into his capabilities by posing the question of whether Rufinus or Jerome was the better translator, the ultimate answer to this continuing debate will be only of indirect relevance to the present problem: the precise nature of Rufinus's translation of the Pseudo-Clementines.

132, n. 38). U1 l b i d . , 229-55. 31 Review of Modern Research Pratscher's view, the original text of Hegesippus and AJ II derive from a common body of Jewish Christian tradition (not a "source"), and neither was influenced by Acts in the report of James's death. Strecker's position has also been reasserted by Robert E. Van Voorst in a longer study that was carried out virtually simultaneously with the present work. 27-71. Both sections nevertheless contain an undue number of mistakes and omissions and cannot adequately serve as the basis for future study.

W. Frankenberg, who in contrast was well informed of the existence of the Syriac version, also spoke of "the complete unreliability of the Latin translation" and stated that the Syriac should be given decisive preference in reconstructing the original text. This same opinion had already been promoted as an "untimely" remark by Eduard Schwartz, an autodidact in Syriac panoplied with the manuscript of Frankenberg's retroversion. " 3 4 6 Others found this position too one-sided. Thus B. Rehm charac­ terized Frankenberg's judgment as "very hard," and W.

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