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52 See De Lange (1976), pp. 51–5. org/Origen. shtml (accessed 24 March 2007). 11–14, NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 1. See further Glenn Davis, ibid. 55 Jerome was native Latin speaker, and was educated in Rome. 57 He seems to have been the only western scholar of his day to have mastered the biblical languages, and after his return to Rome following the Council of Constantinople in 381CE he was employed as a secretary by Pope Damasus, probably to deal with correspondence from bishops of Greek speaking churches.
6; NPNF Series 1, Vol. 1, p. 327. 71 Augustine, Letter 71, Chap. 3; NPNF, Series 1, Vol. 1, pp. 326–7. 72 Augustine, Letter 71, Chap. 3, Chap. 6; NPNF, Series 1, Vol. 1, p. 327. 73 Preface to Hebrew Questions on Genesis; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 486. 74 Preface to Hebrew Questions on Genesis; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 486. 75 Jerome, Letter 57, 11; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 118. 76 Jerome, Letter 112 to Augustine (404CE) [= Augustine, Letter 75, Chap. VI, 20; NPNF, Series 1, Vol. 1, p. ] 77 Preface to the Translation of Samuel and Kings (391CE); NPNF, Series 2, Vol.
17:4, 23), or a passage may be given a deﬁnitely Christian ‘twist’ (as when ‘I will joy in the God of my salvation’ at Hab. 3:18 is rendered exsultabo in Deo Iesu meo). Even Jerome’s habit of variation in renderings poses a problem: some of the variations ... 99 96 Cited from Letter 57, 5; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 114. The Preface is also to be found on pp. 483–4. 97 Letter 57, 7; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 113. 98 Letter 57, 7; NPNF, Series 2, Vol. 6, p. 115. 99 Sparks (1970), pp. 525f. See also North (1990).