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Pseudo-Ignatius
(fl. 4th century)
Unknown author of the late fourth century who expanded the genuine letters of Ignatius and also composed new letters in his name. Identified by Bart Ehrman (Forgery and Counterforgery, p. 394) as one Julian, of Antioch, who also wrote the Apostolic Constitutions and a Commentary on Job.

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From Antioch

From Smyrna

From Troas

From Philippi

From Italy


 

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