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ID: 901001195
Page link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ia/901001195
Record Type: Literature

Q Source (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE)

Note: Hypothetical lost literary work that is thought by many scholars to be the source material for some of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, but not in the Gospel of Mark. Thought to be a written collection of Jesus' sayings (logia). Some biblical scholars believe that an unknown redactor composed a Greek-language proto-Gospel. It may have been circulating in written form about the time the Synoptic Gospels were composed, 65/95 CE. The name Q was coined by the German theologian and biblical scholar Johannes Weiss.

Display Date: 65/95 CE

Names:
Q Source (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE) (preferred,English-P,D,P)
Q document (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE) (English,U,P)
Q Gospel (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE) (English,U,P)

Hierarchical Position:
Literature and Performing Arts (P)
....<Named written and performed works> (P)
........<Literary works: Philosophy, Religion> (P)
............Bible (sacred literature, Judeo-Christian) (I)
................Q Source (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE) (I)
Related Iconography:
is source for .... Temptation of Christ
..........(Legend, Religion, Mythology, Christian iconography, New Testament narratives, Life of Jesus Christ (New Testament narrative), Passion of Christ (New Testament narrative), Temptation of Christ (New Testament narrative)) [901000333]

Other Relationships:
role/characteristic is .... logia (literary works)
.....(genres for literature, genres in literature and performing arts, concepts in the arts and humanities, Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)) (AAT)
culture/religion is .... Christianity
.....(Abrahamic religions, religions (belief systems, cultures), religions and religious concepts, Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)) (AAT)

Sources:
Q Source (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE)
................Catholic Encyclopedia [online], republished from 1913 edition (2003-)
Q document (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE)
................Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
Q Gospel (lost Biblical document, 65/95 CE)
................Catholic Encyclopedia [online], republished from 1913 edition (2003-)
Iconography Record Sources:
................ Catholic Encyclopedia [online], republished from 1913 edition (2003-)

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