Search

Your search for 'dc_creator:( "David E. Orton" ) OR dc_contributor:( "David E. Orton" )' returned 7 results. Modify search

Did you mean: dc_creator:( "david E. orton" ) OR dc_contributor:( "david E. orton" )


Sort Results by Relevance | Newest titles first | Oldest titles first

Biblical and Extrabiblical Abbreviations

(2,392 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Old Testament Gen Genesis Exod Exodus Lev Leviticus Num Numbers Deut Deuteronomy Josh Joshua Judg Judges 1 Sam 1 Samuel 2 Sam 2 Samuel 1 Kgs 1 Kings 2 Kgs 2 Kings Isa Isaiah Jer Jeremiah Ezek Ezekiel Hos Hosea Joel Joel Amos Amos Obad Obadiah Jonah Jonah Mic Micah Nah Nahum Hab Habakkuk Zeph Zephaniah Hag Haggai Zech Zechariah Mal Malachi Ps(s) Psalm(s) Prov Proverbs Job Job Song Song of Songs Ruth Ruth Lam Lamentations Qoh Ecclesiastes (or Qohelet) Esth Esther Dan Daniel Ezra Ezra Neh Nehemiah 1 Chr 1 Chronicles 2 Chr 2 Chronicles The following selection of writings takes i…

Vatican II Documents Abbreviations

(195 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] AA Apostolicam actuositatem. Decree of 18.11.1965 on the apostolate of the laity AG Ad gentes. Decree of 7.12.1965 on the mission activity of the Church CD Christus Dominus. Decree of 28.10.1965 on the pastoral office of bishops in the Church DH Dignitatis humanae. Declaration of 7.12.1965 on religious freedom DV Dei verbum. Dogmatic constitution on divine revelation, 18.11.1965 GE Gravissimum educationis. Declaration of 28.10.1965 on Christian education GS Gaudium et spes. Pastoral constitution on the Church in the modern world, 7.12.1965 IM Inter mirifica. De…

Notes for Users

(823 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Alphabetical Order The lemmas are ordered alphabetically, with ä, å, ø, and ü treated as a, o, and u. Ae, æ, oe, œ and ue on the other hand are placed after ad, od or ud, according to pronunciation, and ß is to be found under ss. Biblical names are given in the form customary in English usage. Persons who died before 1500 are generally listed under the (first) name by which they are known; later persons are generally given by their surname (family name). In names of a romance origin, articles are taken into account in the alph…

Nag Hammadi Abbreviations

(1,118 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Text editions: The Facsimile Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, published under the auspices of the Department of Antiquities of the Arab Republic of Egypt in conjunction with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), introduced by J.M. Robinson, 15 vols., Leiden 1972–1984. NHS Nag Hammadi Studies, Leiden 1971ff. From 1991 continued as NHMS Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies NHMS 33, 1995; NHS 2, 1972; NHS 22/23, 1985; NHS 20/21, 1989; NHS 4, 1975; NHMS 27, 1991; NHS 26, 1984; NHS 11, 1979; NHMS 30…

Ancient Authors and Works Abbreviations

(1,891 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] The present list of frequently cited ancient authors comprises, in alphabetical order, Greek and Latin names of Christian as well as non-Christian provenience. As a rule the ancient authors are cited in Latinized form and in accordance with the critical editions, in particular the following (with abbreviations) Sources for works of ancient authors ACO Acta conciliorum œcomenicorum, Berlin 1914ff. ActaSS Acta sanctorum, Antwerpen 1668–1701, Paris 1863ff. BiTeu Bibliotheca scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana, Leipzig, Berlin 1849ff. CChr.SG Corpus …

Lexicons, Primary Sources, Journals, Series Abbreviations

(29,737 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] AA Archäologischer Anzeiger, Berlin 1849ff. AAAbo Acta Academiae Aboensis, Åbo AAAbo.H – Series A: Humaniora 1,1920ff. AAAp Acta Apostolorum Apocrypha, post Constantin Tischendorf denuo ed. R.A. Lipsius et M. Bonnet, Leipzig 1–2.2, 1891–1903; repr. 1959; 1972; 1990 AACCB All-Africa Conference of Churches Bulletin, Nairobi etc. 1,1963/1964–11,1982 AAE Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, Copenhagen 1,1990ff. AAH Acta antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, Budapest 1,1951ff. AANL Atti della Accademia Nazionale die Lincei, Rome AANL.MMemorie. Classe…

Rabbinic Literature Abbreviations

(1,582 words)

Author(s): David E. Orton
[German Version] Mishnah, Tosefta, Talmud tractates ʿAbod. Zar. ʿAbodah Zarah ʾAbot ʾAbot ʿArak. ʿArakin B. Bat. Baba Batra B. Meßiʿa Baba Meßiʿa B. Qam. Baba Qamma Bek. Bekhorot Ber. Berakhot Beßah Beßah (= Yom Ṭob) Bik. Bikkurim Demai Demai ʿErub. ʿErubin ʿEd. ʿEduyyot Gi†. Gi††in Óag. Óagigah Óal. Óallah Hor. Horayot Óul. Óullin Kelim Kelim Ker. Kerithot Ketub. Ketubbot Kil. Kilʾayim Maʿaś. Maʿaśerot Maʿaś. Š. Maʿaśer Šeni Mak. Makkot Makš. Makširin Meg. Megillah Meʿil. Meʿilah Menaḥ. Menaḥot Mid. Middot Miqw. Miqwaʾot Mo'ed Moʾed Mo'ed Qa†. Moʾed Qa†an Naš. NašimNaz. Nazir Ned. N…