Correspondence Between Paul and Seneca A.D. 61-65
|Author: ||Berry, Paul|
This monograph on the correspondence between Paul and Seneca contains facsimile reproductions of the fourteen letters. The delineations are based on two Latin manuscripts of the mid-9th century. Each reader, then, is able to arrive at an independent judgment regarding the aesthetics of these penmanship examples from the Middle Ages. Scriptural authorities, both in the 19th and 20th centuries, have regarded A. D. 61 as the year of Paul's arrival in Rome for his trial before Nero. The correspondence is dated from that time forward until A. D. 65, when both Paul and Seneca died under the hand of Nero.