For general information and references to the literature of the subject, see Otto ZOckler, Askese and Monchtum (1897), ii.
See also Otto Zockler, Askese and Monchtum, ii.
(1714); Heimbucher, Orden and Kongregationen (1907), i., § i i; Abbe Marin, Les Moines de Constantinople (1897); Karl Holl, Enthusiasmus and Bussgewalt beim griechischen Monchtum (1898); Otto Zockler, Askese and Monchtum, pp. 28 5-3 0 9 (1897).
Otto Zockler's Askese and Monchtum (1897), also.
Zockler's Askese and Monchtum (1897), pp. 32-135.
There is an excellent article, "Rosenkranz," by Zockler in Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopddie, 3rd ed.
Among commentators and translators may be mentioned: Ewald (1837, 1867); Noyes (1836); Stuart (1852); Hitzig (1858); Zockler, in Lange's Bibelwerk (1866, Eng.
W., 1906), carrying forward the points already urged by Sieffert and Zockler amongst others, and especially refuting his fellowchurchman, Prof. Valentine Weber.
Lipsius (2nd ed., Hand.-Commentar, 1892), and Zockler (2nd ed., 1894) may still be consulted with advantage, while Hilgenfeld's commentary (1852) discusses acutely the historical problems of the epistle from the standpoint of Baur's criticism.
For the literature see Otto Zockler, Askese and Monchtum (1897), pp. 347, 354 (E.
Zockler, on I, 2 and 3 Macc., 1891 (slight and unsatisfactory); W.
Theiner, and Hilgers in Wetzer and Welte's Kirchenlexicon, and by Reuchlin and Zockler in Herzog's Realencyklopadie.
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