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Plutarch of Chaeronea, Clement of Alexandria and the Bio- and Technomorphic Aspects of Creation

“Intertextuality and the Study of Ancient Religious and Philosophical Texts. Towards Plato’s Myths and their Reception in Plutarch of Chaeronea,”

Investigations of the relics and altar materials relating to the apostles St James and St Philip at the Basilica dei Santi XII Apostoli in Rome

“La existencia en la tierra como violencia en dos textos de Nag Hammadi: La enseñanza autorizada (NHC VI,3) y La Exégesis del alma (NHC II,6)”,

Nag Hammadi Bibliography Online 2020

St James, ‘brother’ of Jesus: it turns out his ancient remains belong to someone else

The Discourse on the Eighth and the Ninth (NHC VI,6), the Prayer of Thanksgiving (NHC VI,7), and the Asclepius (NHC VI,8): Hermetic Texts in Nag Hammadi and Their Bipartite View of Man

Albert Camus, Metaphysical Revolt, Gnosticism and Modern Cinema

An End in Itself, or a Means to an End? The Role of Ethics in the Second Century: Plutarch’s Moralia and the Nag Hammadi Writings

Concealed Knowledge: Ways of Producing, Protecting, and Sharing Knowledge in Antiquity as a Context for Gnostic Esotericism

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