Lucian of Samasota (ca. 120 CE–ca. 180 CE) was an orator of the Second Sophistic. He was a prolific author, with more than seventy known works written in Greek. The SBLHS 2 contains abbreviations for about fifty works of these writings. The following abbreviations can be added to those: Bacch. Bacchus Cont. Contemplantes Cyn. Cynicus … Continue reading Lucian of Samasota
SBLHS 2 §126.96.36.199 offers two entries for ancient writers named Hippolytus (noted by Litwa 2016, xxxii). The first, listed simply as Hippolytus, has fourteen works attributed to him; the second, Hippolytus of Rome, is cited as the author of only a single work. Careful readers will notice that one work is listed in both entries, … Continue reading Hippolytus or Hippolytus of Rome?