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4. , 9 n. 9; Dix, Apostolic Tradition, lxxvi, 4-5; Frere, "Early Forms," 280 n. 2. See also Mark chies, 7 8 9 "Wer schreib," 17, who suggests that the Epitome here was trying to smooth out the roughness of the original. Segelberg, " rdination Prayers," 399. Walls, "Lat' Version," 161 n. 4. Botte, Tn dition, 9 nn. 1, 6. 1-6 of the appearance of the motif in other ancient texts, that "through the plough of your cross" in the Ethiopic was an authentic part of the original; 10 but he was opposed by Dix, who noted that this motif was especially common in Ethiopic literature and is thus more likely to have been an Ethiopic insertion, as there is no trace of it in the other versions.

This witne combines the text of the prologue of the Apostoli Constitutions with that of the Apostolic Tradition. 1 T e absence of the prologue from the Sahidic and Arabi versions may simply be an accident, the result of da ge to a manuscript, or it may be a deliberate omis 'on, since these translations also regularly omit the ext of prayers in the Apostolic Tradition. Why it should ave been displaced in the Ethiopic remains a mystery, ut it may be noted that it now occurs just before a len thy block of interpolated baptismal ritual and so in a s ange sense could be seen as supplying some sort of tr nsition to that material.

Matthew Black, "The Doctrine of the Ministry," ExpT63 (1952) 114-15. 1-5 was nevertheless they who performed the first imposition of hands as a sign of their consent. 28 A further possible explanation for the apparent double imposition of hands could be that what we have here is a fusion of two sets of directives, one that merely prescribed the collective imposition of hands in silence, and another that enjoined that one minister alone should impose his hand and recite an ordination prayer. ) It would, however, be going too far to share the speculation of Octavian Barlea that one tradition derived from the northern Mediterranean area and the other from the southern region.

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