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Now not by way of Philo definitely, nor does Eusebius ever country this at once. even though, the impact from Eusebius is precisely that. evaluate HE II sixteen, that those have been converts of Mark whom Philo describes; 17,2: Philo's description indicates that he 'recognized the divine project of the apostolic m e n ' ; 17,5-6: their group of estate used to be like that of the Church within the publication of Acts; 17,12: their scriptures most likely integrated the Gospels and apostolic writings; and at last this assertion on the finish of Eusebius' therapy (17,24): 'it is obvious to all people that Philo perceived and 27 28 29 26 There m a y be a touch of this in pan. 30 2, eight, the place he says that Ebion had first lived in ok o okay a b e ; "this is in accordance with the contents of the knowledge which has reached us. " 27 N o t e d by means of ok - R , four four . 2 eight HEW 17. 29 Translations of Eusebius are by way of Lake within the L o e b sequence. forty EPIPHANIUS defined the 1st heralds of training in keeping with the Gospel and the customs passed down from the start through the Apostles. ' From all of this it's fairly moderate for Epiphanius to consult 'so-called fans of the apostles. ' he's touching on the experience of what he has learn in Eusebius. a different examine how he adapts the awareness of Eusebius may be beneficial after we come to the most challenge lower than. In 5,2 Epiphanius relates that Philo 'was helped within the monasteries of the sector. ' Now in truth Philo does communicate of (monasteria), yet they're small rooms within the person homes. Eusebius rates Philo in this with no falling into the anachronism (17,9). yet Epiphanius, back most likely conflating the final tenor of his resource along with his recollection that the notice monasteria is used, develops for the Iessaioi a process of monasteria. no longer stunning, probably, for an previous abbot. Philo doesn't let us know that he himself had any direct touch together with his Therapeutai. Eusebius (17,12) no longer unreasonably surmises that Philo may have heard a few of their expositions of scripture, yet Epiphanius (5,2-3) doesn't hesitate to assert that Philo stayed with them and saw their customs, even pointing out categorically that he used to be there at Easter (n&oxa). This topic of ntiaxa extra illustrates his tendency to extrapolation in our passage. Epiphanius describes (5,3) the paschal consuming behavior of 3 divisions of those Iessaians, announcing that it was once all labored out by way of Philo. This corresponds to HE II 17,16-17 ( = de vita three four - three five ) during which 3 degrees of abstinence from consuming are depicted. yet neither Philo nor Eusebius provides any trace that Pascha is meant, and in reality it truly is transparent that no specific time is intended. Now in reality, in HE II 2 1 - 2 2 Eusebius does communicate of yes abstinences from nutrients in the course of 'the banquet of the fervour of the Savior,' yet now not within the context of the awareness of the 3 types of consuming behavior. the following, i feel, we've extra facts that Epiphanius is writing from his recollection of Eusebius' account with out checking it at once on the time of writing. In so doing he has produced a hybrid that is of little use as a resource for the Therapeutai and of little need in any respect for maintaining legitimate facts at the 'Iessaioi.