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ANTE-NICENE


CHRISTIAN LIBRARY:


TRANSLATIONS OF
THE WRITINGS OF THE FATHERS

DOWN TO A.D. 325.


EDITED BY THE

REV. ALEXANDER ROBERTS, D.D.,

AND

JAMES DONALDSON, LLD.


VOL. III.

TATIAN, THEOPHILUS, AND THE CLEMENTINE
RECOGNITIONS.


EDINBURGH:
T. AND T. CLARK, 38, GEORGE STREET.


MDCCCLXVII.


EDINBURGH: MURRAY AND GIBB,

PRINTERS TO HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

THE WRITINGS OF TATIAN

AND THEOPHILUS;


AND


THE CLEMENTINE RECOGNITIONS.


TRANSLATED BY

REV. B. P. PRATTEN, REV. MARCUS DODS, A.M.,

AND

REV. THOMAS SMITH, D.D.


EDINBURGH:
T. & T. CLARK, 38, GEORGE STEEET.

LONDON: HAMILTON & CO. DUBLIN: JOHN ROBERTSON & CO.

MDCCCLXVII.

CONTENTS.



TATIAN.
TRANSLATED BY REV. B. P. PRATTEN.
PAGE
Address to the Greeks, 1
Fragments of Lost Works, 46
THEOPHILUS.
TRANSLATED BY REV. MARCUS DODS, A.M.
The Three Books of Theophilus of Antioch to Autolycus, 49
Book I., 53
Book II., 65
Book III., 108
CLEMENT.
TRANSLATED BY REV. THOMAS SMITH, D.D.
Recognitions of Clement, 135
Book I., 143
Book II., 192
Book III., 240
Book IV., 282
Book V., 304
Book VI., 327
Book VII., 338
Book VIII., 359
Book IX., 401
Book X., 426
Indexes 473

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.



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May 1867.



This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.