Women and Knowledge in Early Christianity
Tervahauta, Ulla (editor)
Miroshnikov, Ivan (editor)
Lehtipuu, Outi (editor)
Dunderberg, Ismo (editor)
Women and Knowledge in Early Christianity offers a collection of essays that deal with perceptions of wisdom, femaleness, and their interconnections in a wide range of ancient sources, including papyri, Nag Hammadi documents, heresiological accounts and monastic literature. Readership: Scholars of early Christianity, ancient history and philosophy and anyone interested in questions pertaining to how gender and the role of women were perceived in late Antiquity.
Publication date and place2017
SeriesVigiliae Christianae, Supplements,