The Homily. 1
AN ANCIENT HOMILY, COMMONLY STYLED THE SECOND EPISTLE OF CLEMENT.
No title, not even a letter, is preserved in the ms. [In C (=ms. at Constantinople found by Bryennios) the title is Kle'mentos pro`s Korinthi'ous B', corresponding to that of the First Epistle. In S (=Syriac ms. at Cambridge) there is a subscription to the First Epistle ascribing it to Clement, then these words: "Of the same the second Epistle to the Corinthians." At the close this subscription occurs: "Here endeth the Second Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians."--R.] ↩