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By Michael Graves

Concentrating on his education in classical literary experiences and his huge interplay with Jewish resources, this publication describes the perform of Hebrew scholarship in St Jerome and the importance of Hebrew for his biblical exegesis.

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Cf. also R. Jakobi, Die Kunst der Exegese im Terenzkommentar des Donat (Berlin, 1996), 23–24. 46 Zenodotus may have been the Àrst to employ a critical symbol, the obelus, although Aristophanes of Byzantium and Aristarchus developed the full system of ƴƩvƧʴƣ (cf. Pfeiffer, History, 178, 218–19). Jerome, following Origen, makes use of both the asteriscus and the obelus, and he is aware of their Greek origin; cf. Ep. ” 47 R. D. Williams, “Servius—Commentator and Guide,” Proceedings of the Virgil Society 6 (1966–67): 54–55.

An important example of Varro’s erudition is his De lingua latina, only six out of twenty-Àve books of which have survived. Because of the attention paid by Varro to etymology and anomaly, topics of special interest to Stoics, G. M. A. Grube associates Varro with the kind of scholarship brought to Rome by Crates of Mallos, who is generally thought to be a Stoic (Grube, Greek and Roman Critics, 161). For Crates’ stoicism, see Pfeiffer, History, 238, following the Suda. For doubts about whether Crates was really a Stoic, see Porter, “Hermeneutical Lines,” 85–88.

F. D. Sparks, “Jerome as Biblical Scholar,” in The Cambridge History of the Bible: From the Beginnings to Jerome, ed. P. Ackroyd and C. Evans (Cambridge, 1970), 523–24; and Fürst, Hieronymus, 112–14. 84 Cf. Comm. Is. ’ ” 38 chapter two described this interpretive difÀculty by referring to the linguistic concept of homonymy: “Singula adferunt errorem, cum pluribus rebus aut hominibus eadem appellatio est (ȭvƺƮƶvɛƣ dicitur), ut ‘gallus,’ avem an gentem an nomen an fortunam corporis signiÀcet, incertum est .

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