Correspondance. Tome XXII, 1581 (Travaux d'Humanisme et by Théodore Bèze,Hippolyte Aubert,Béatrice Nicollier-De

By Théodore Bèze,Hippolyte Aubert,Béatrice Nicollier-De Weck,Hervé Genton,Alain Dufour

C'est en 1581 que Bèze a donné son précieux manuscrit des Evangiles (Ve-VIe siècles) à l'Académie de Cambridge, où ce trésor est depuis conservé sous le nom de Codex Bezae: c'est le 5e manuscrit du Nouveau testomony par ordre d'ancienneté. Pourquoi ce don? Nos lettres le montrent; Bèze achève los angeles révision de sa grande édition du Nouveau testomony annoté (4e édition qui paraîtra en 1582), pour laquelle il a utilisé précautieusemment ce très vieux manuscrit, vehicle son tempérament conservateur le retenait de bouleverser le texte communément reçu. Et pourquoi Cambridge? C'était alors le centre des puritains d'Angleterre, l'Académie où enseignait Cartwright, disciple et ami. Un si fameux manuscrit rehausserait son status. Le quantity contient entre autre des textes importants sur l'Harmonia confessionum, son élaboration et sa parution. Ce devait être l. a. réponse du monde réformé à los angeles "Formule de Concorde", ce monument de l'intransigeance luthérienne. D'autres lettres proviennent de France (il y en a très peu de ce style au XVIe siècle), nous éclairant sur l. a. politique d'Henri de Navarre et sur celle du prince de Condé, deux tendances entre lesquelles hésitait le monde réformé d'alors.

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