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Galien agnostique : un texte caviardé par la tradition

Abstract : The Galen’s manuscript which I rediscovered in Thessaloniki in 2005, is far from having given up all its secrets yet. The Thessalonicensis Vlatadon 14 is the only one to preserve the whole Greek text of Galen’s last treatise : On my Own Opinions. This book starts with Galen’s opinion about the gods. But this passage, which were only known through a latin and a hebrew translation before, had been rewritten by the Nestorian translators from Bagdad. Thus the Greek text gives new evidence on Galen’s religion to better define his agnosticism and assess its significance.
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Antoine Pietrobelli. Galien agnostique : un texte caviardé par la tradition. Revue des Etudes Grecques, [Paris]: [Association pour l'encouragement des études grecques en France], 2013, 126 (1), pp.103-135. ⟨10.3406/reg.2013.8119⟩. ⟨hal-02909045⟩



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