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Catalogue of Vices and Virtues
Several New Testament passages contain lists that have come to be labeled Catalogues of Vices and Virtues by scholars. The catalogue form was extremely popular with everyone in 1st century Hellenism. They could easily be adapted for a range of philosophies and ethics. Philo , a hellenized Jew , also wrote several. There is surprisingly little difference between the Christian and non-Christian catalogues. The longest list is in the Epistle to the Galatians and every item is common among pagan catalogues except one.
Lorens assembled pre-existing writings from a number of manuscripts on subjects such as the ten commandments, articles of faith, Book of Revelations, Creed, seven deadly sins, seven gifts of the Holy Spirit and seven cardinal virtues. It is interesting that this copy of it belonged to the cloister of St Augustine in Canterbury because an English translation called 'The Ayenbite of Inwyt' 'The Again-Biting of Inner Wit', meaning remorse of conscience which the monk Dan Michel of Northgate, Kent, started was finished there in At some point in its history, the manuscript acquired a pair of full-page pictures, placed in front of the original pages. They probably date to the late 13th or early 14th century and show figures from the Book of Revelations: the seven-headed beast and, shown here, the angel and St John. An owner, Thomas de Sparke, has inscribed his name and some notes in the top margin.
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