Eusebian Canons
Ammonian Sections • Eusebian Sections
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Eusebian Canons and Sections
Eusebian Canons and Sections. The system of tables (κανόνες) devised by *Eusebius of Caesarea to enable the reader of the Gospels to turn up passages (‘sections’) in the other Gospels that are parallel to the one before him or contain similar subject-matter. These tables are often prefixed or appended
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Eusebian Canons
Eusebian Canons. A system of ten tables containing references to parallel passages (i.e., sections numbered consecutively) in the Gospels. Prepared by Eusebius of Caesarea, these became extremely useful and were often included in NT mss. These tables are reproduced in the introduction to the Nestle-Aland
Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity
Eusebian Canons
EUSEBIAN CANONS. A sort of concordance of the four gospels made by *Eusebius of Caesarea, according to the canons of Alexandrian pagan philology. A first concordance of the gospels was made by *Ammonius the Alexandrian (3rd c.), based on Matthew’s gospel, to which were added the parallel passages from