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E06940: The Greek Martyrdom of *Maximos, Theodotos and Asklepiodote (martyrs in Thrace, S02617). Skeleton entry

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Martyrdom of Maximos, Theodotos and Asklepiodote (BHG 1239)

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E06940

Saint Name

Maximos, Theodotos and Asklepiodote, martyrs in Thrace : S02617

Type of Evidence

Literary - Hagiographical - Accounts of martyrdom

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Greek

Source

For the manuscript tradition, see: http://pinakes.irht.cnrs.fr/notices/oeuvre/17071/ To the best of our knowledge there exists no edition of BHG 1239 (probably a typical late antique 'epic' Martyrdom, judging by the style of the extract quoted in Delehaye 1906, 497). However, the contents of the narrative may be accessed in what is clearly a later, probably medieval, redaction BHG 1240 (pace Sharankov 2018), for which see Bibliography.

Bibliography

Text (later redaction): Acta Sanctorum, Sept. V, 31-36. (BHG 1240) Further reading: Delehaye, H., "Notes sur un manuscrit grec due Musée britannique," Analecta Bollandiana 25 (1906), 496-497. Sharankov, N., "Notes on Governors of Roman Thrace," in: L. Vagalinski, M. Raycheva, D. Boteva, and N. Sharankov (eds.), Proceedings of the First International Roman and Late Antique Thrace Conference “Cities, Territories and Identities” (Plovdiv, 3rd – 7th October 2016) (Sofia, 2018), 105-106.

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