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The series Corpus Christianorum in Translation provides modern translations of patristic and medieval Greek and Latin texts that have been edited in one of the Corpus Christianorum series (Series Latina, Series Graeca and Continuatio Mediaevalis). The target languages are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. These translations, which are published independently from the critical editions, are intended to render the texts edited in Corpus Christianorum accessible to those who do not have the opportunity to read them in the original language. For those conversant with the original language, the translations can serve as a tool for quick reference and an aid in interpreting the Greek or Latin text.

The first volume published: 2010
Number of volumes published: 13 (February 2018)
Publication frequency: Irregular
Editorial responsibility: P. Van Deun - Institute for Early Christian and Byzantine Studies Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (translations of Greek Patristic and Medieval texts)
Publishing manager: Loes Diercken

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