diatesseron


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diatesseron

Obsolete Pharmacy. a mixture of four medicines in syrup or honey.
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While mention is made of the Heliand (255), no references are made of other material of a similar nature: Tatian's Diatesseron (first half ninth century), the Bible of Ebo of Rheims (written sometime between 816 and 835), the Evangelienbuch of Otfrid of Weissenburg (ca.
89-115) with an incredibly detailed analysis of his Diatesseron [Harmony], which will prove to be a very helpful basis for future research.
B 115 diagram diatesseron in sesquialtera: <tonus> in sesquioctava
Tatian in the Diatesseron mistakenly tried to harmonize the Gospels into a single whole.