The Apocalypses of John
(a) The Greek text given in Tischendorf, Apoc. Apoc. 70–94 is based on several manuscripts, but the text itself is considerably older (possibly fifth century). It is a typical question and answer account of the other world.
Erbetta, iii. 409–14.
Moraldi, ii. 1951–66.
[For the Slavonic versions related to this see A. de Santos Otero, Altslav. Apok. ii. 197–209.]
(b) Another Greek apocalypse of John attributed to John Chrysostom was published by F. Nau, Rev. Bib. 11 (1914), 209–21, and is a sixth‐eighth century text.
(c) A third apocalyptic text attributed to John is in an eleventh‐century Coptic manuscript published by E. A. Wallis Budge, Coptic Apocrypha in the Dialect of Upper Egypt (London, 1913), 59–74; Eng. trans. 241–57.
Erbetta, iii. 417–24.