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CCSG - Series Graeca

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The Corpus Christianorum, Series Graeca aims to replace Jacques-Paul Migne’s Patrologia Graeca, which no longer fulfils the requirements of modern scholarship. Thus, the Series Graeca has been set up with the explicit aim of filling the gaps in the Patrologia Graeca and redoing editions published elsewhere in a deficient way. Priority is given to post-Nicene authors, thus completing the Berlin Corpus. The works of Gregory of Nazianzus are published in the subseries Corpus Nazianzenum.

The first volume published:1977
Number of volumes published:84 (February 2018)
Publication frequency:two volumes per year
Editorial responsibility:Institute for Early Christian and Byzantine Studies (Leuven)
Publishing manager:Bart Janssens

Corpus Christianorum 1953-2003: Xenium natalicium, J. Leemans, L. Jocqué (eds.)
ISBN 978-2-503-51481-9

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