Clementina, hoc est, B. Clementis Romani … Opera, quae quidem in hunc vsq[ue] diem à varijs auctoribus collecta, conuersa, emendatáq[ue] latinè exstant, omnia. 1570.

Clementina, hoc est, B. Clementis Romani … Opera, quae quidem in hunc vsq[ue] diem à varijs auctoribus collecta, conuersa, emendatáq[ue] latinè exstant, omnia : cum noua praefatione de veris falsisq[ue] B. Clementis scriptis, postremaq[ue] eorundem fideli emendatione, ac diligenti argumentorum difficiliumq[ue] locorum explanatione D. Lamberti Gruteri Venradii…

Autoría : Iglesia Católica. Papa (90-100 : Clemente I) Gruterus, Lambertus
Colaborador: Clemente I, Papa, Santo
Birckmann, Johann
Fecha de publicación: 1570
Cobertura Geográfica: Alemania-Colonia
Editorial : Coloniae Agrippinae : apud Ioannem Birckmannum
Descrípción física : [46], 565, [1] p. ; Fol.
Nota : Marca tip. en port. y al fin
Inic. grab.
Apostillas marginales
Colofón
Enc. Perg.
Sign.: *-**6, ***-****4, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, Aaa6, Bbb4
Citado en: CCPB000005641-3
Palabras clave: Padres de la Iglesia
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/9748
Derechos : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Aparece en las colecciones: Siglo XVI

Clementina, hoc est, B. Clementis Romani … Opera, quae quidem in hunc vsq[ue] diem à varijs auctoribus co… by Patrologia Latina, Graeca et Orientalis

Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani… Operum, tomus primus & secundus [Audoënum Parvum, Ed.]. 1566.

Q. SEPTIMII

FLORENTIS TERTVL-
LIANI, CARTHAGINENSIS
prefbyteri, autoris antiquiffimi
ac doctiffimi operum,

TOMUS PRIMUS [ET SECUNDUS].

Ad complures veteres è Gallieanis Germanicifque
bibliothecis conquifitos codices recognitus, in qui-
bus præcipuus fuit vnus longè incorruptiffi-
mus in vltimam vfque petitus Bri-
tanniam: non omiffis accuratis
BEATI RHENANI
Annotationibus.

Catalogum autem aperiet verfa pagina.

Accebit & Index copiofior.

PARISIIS,

Apud Audoënum Paruum, fub interfignio Lilij
Aurei, via ad D. Iacobum.
1566.

Identifiant pérenne de la notice : http://www.sudoc.fr/100327192

Titre : Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani… Operum, tomus primus [-secundus]
Alphabet du titre : latin
Auteur(s) : Tertullien (0155?-0222?). Auteur
Gelenius, Sigismundus (1497-1554). Éditeur scientifique
Rhenanus, Beatus (1485-1547). Notes
Thurzo, Stanislaus von (1471-1540). Dédicataire
Petit, Oudin (15..-1572). Éditeur commercial
Wechel, André (15..-1581). Imprimeur / Imprimeur-libraire
Pamèle, Jacques de (1536-1587). Ancien possesseur
Date(s) : 1566
Langue(s) : latin
Pays : France
Editeur(s) : Parisiis, apud Audoënum Parvum, sub intersignio lilii aurei, via ad D. Jacobum. 1566
Description : 2 t. ([110-2bl.]-760 p. ; [61-3bl.]-751-[1bl.] p.) : ill. gr.s.b. ; in-8
Contient : Vita Q. Septimi Florentis Tertulliani, per Beatum Rhenanum
Notes : Avis au lecteur par Sigismundus Gelenius, table des matières, préface dédiée à Stanislaus von Thurzo par Beatus Rhenanus, datée de Bâle le 1er juillet 1521, index (t.1) ; table des matières, index (t.2). – Marque aux titres [Renouard (Marques) 908], bandeaux, lettrines. – Sign. ã8 ẽ8 ĩ8 õ8 ũ8 2ã8 2ẽ8 a-3a8 3b4 ; [-]8 β8 γ8 [-]8 A-3A8. – BN Cat. gén.. – STC French books, 1470-1600. – Adams. – P. Petitmengin, “Jacques de Pamèle, passeur de manuscrits perdus de Tertullien” dans “Passeurs de textes” dir. Y. Sordet, 2009, (n. 15-16 : exemplaire de la BSG). – Reproduction du tome 1 (Fac-similé numérique de l’exemplaire conservé à la BSG sous la cote : 8 CC 1097 INV 1046 RES). – Reproduction du tome 2 (Fac-similé numérique de l’exemplaire conservé à la BSG sous la cote : 8 CC 1098 INV 1047 RES)
Autre(s) titre(s) : Operum, tomus primus [-secundus]
Ville d’édition : Paris

Origine de la notice : BSG/AIC-SAFIG

  1. Tomus I.
  2. Tomus II.

Scripta veterum latina de una persona et duabus naturis Domini et Servatoris nostri Iesu Christi, adversus Nestorium, Eutychen & Acephalos olim aedita [Hrsg.: Josias Simmler]. 1571.

Scripta veterum latina de una persona et duabus naturis Domini et Servatoris nostri Iesu Christi, adversus Nestorium, Eutychen & Acephalos olim aedita

 Hrsg.: Josias Simmler
Imprint Tiguri : excudebat Christophorus Froschouerus, anno 1571
Description [12] Bl. (letztes leer), 211, [1] Bl. (leer) 32 cm (2°)
Bibliographical reference VD 16 S 6518, Vischer C 838
Language Latin
Owner of original copy Zentralbibliothek Zürich, 5.77,3
Persistent Identifier (DOI) 10.3931/e-rara-5029

  • D. IVSTINIANI IMP. edictum de fide aduerfus Hærefes, ex manufcripto Codice emendatum.
  • ANITII MANLII SEVERINI BOETHI de duabus naturis & una perfona Chrifti aduerfus Eutychen & Neftorium.
  • IOANNIS CASSIANI EREMITAE de incarnatione Chrifti côtra Neftorium Hæreticum, ad Leonem Romanæ urbis Epifcopû lib. VII.
  • D. LEONIS PP. Epiftolæ duæ, ad Flauianum una, altera ad Leonê Augusftum.
  • GELASII PP. de duabus naturis in Chrifto aduerfus Eurychen & Neftorium liber.
  • B. VIGILII MARTYRIS ET EPISCOPI TRIDENTINI lib. V. contra Eutychen, & alios hæreticos, non recte de naturarum propietate, & perfonæ Chrifti unitate fentienes, longe quam antea emendatiores & auctiores beneficio ueteris manufcripti exemplaris, quod nobis V. CL. P. Pythoeus, fuppeditauit.
  • D. FVLGENTII AFRI EPISCOPI RVSPENSIS libri tres ad Thrafimundum Vandalorum Regem.
  • RVSTICI DIACONI contra Acephalos dialogus.

Scripta veterum latina de una persona et duabus naturis Domini et Servatoris nostri Iesu Christi, adversus …

Ponce de León. Tou Hagiou Patros hemon Epiphaniou, episkopou Konstanteias Kyprou, Peri ton physiologon; Ad physiologum; In die festo palmarum sermo. 1587.

 

Tou Hagiou Patros hemon Epiphaniou, episkopou Konstanteias Kyprou, Peri ton physiologon; tou autou Eis ta baia logos. Sancti patris nostri Epiphanii, Episcopi Constantiae Cypri, Ad physiologum; Eiusdem In die festo palmarum sermo (1587)

Author: Epiphanius, Saint, Bishop of Constantia in Cyprus, ca. 310-403; Ponce de León, Gonzalo, b. 1530; Epiphanius, Saint, Bp. of Constantia in Cyprus. Eis ta baia logos. Latin & Greek
Subject: Zoology
Publisher: Romae, Apud Zannettum et Ruffinellum
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin; Ancient Greek
Call number: 29620
Digitizing sponsor: Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute
Collection: getty; americana
Notes: No table of contents. Irregular pagination. Misprinted page numbers and/or pages bound out of order. Foxing. Narrow margins. Gutter included to avoid cropping text.

Description

The 2nd-century Physiologus was wrongly attributed to Epiphanius. It served as a source for emblem writers; see Praz

Zanetti-Ruffinelli device on t.-p. (flower). Engraved port. of Epiphanius, b4v; according to the engraved legend beneath, it was copied by Joannes Adolus from an image in the Sula monastery, Constantinople. Woodcut ill. of animals, insects, birds. Head- and tail-pieces. Initials

Mortimer, R. Italian 16th-cent.

Praz, M. Emblem books

In Getty copy, a second impression of gathering O is bound in after N

Binding: later vellum. Page edges mottled red

Mounted above center of front paste down is label of Hans W. Taeuber

Ponce de León. Tou Hagiou Patros hemon Epiphaniou, episkopou Konstanteias Kyprou, Peri ton physiologon; Ad …

Commentary. The early Church Fathers, most of whom were fanatics with an axe to grind…

El día de ayer comencé la lectura de un librito cuyo título es por demás atractivo: The Gnostics. The first Christian heretics.

Escrito por Sean Matin, este libro ofrece una visión más o menos bien documentada sobre el gnosticismo, sin preocuparse en demasía por los aspectos más áridos de su tema, y en cambio, sí resaltando los elementos más sórdidos, y que debieran tratarse con un mínimo de cuidado.

Apenas en las primeras páginas, el polemista enconado hace su aparición, en un párrafo por demás cuestionable:

Despite the writings of the early Church Fathers, most of whom were fanatics with an axe to grind, the term ‘Gnostic’ was not universally used by Gnostic teachers such as Valentinus and Marcion, who usually simply referred to themselves as Christians, nor by Church apologists such as Tertullian and Irenaeus, who often called them simply ‘heretics’. The problem is further compounded by the fact that the Gnostics themselves were comprised of diverse groups which did not have a uniform set of beliefs; indeed, diversity is one of the hallmarks of Gnosticism. Furthermore, not all Gnostics were Christian – some were Jews, some Pagan.
Modern scholarship is divided over what is actually meant by the term ‘Gnosticism’. In 1966, a colloquium of scholars met at Messina in Italy to establish exactly what is meant by Gnosticism and gnosis. They concluded that Gnosticism refers to the religious systems developed in the early centuries of the Common Era, while gnosis is the attaining of knowledge. One could therefore have gnosis, but not be a Gnostic. (For the present book, we will try to adhere to the Messina definitions.) The political theorist Eric Voegelin further muddied the waters when he attempted to define Gnosticism as being derived from a general feeling of alienation and disconnectedness with society. As a result, he detected Gnosticism in Marxism, Communism and Nazism, all of which, according to Voegelin, were movements which wanted to bring about apocalypse (he dubbed it ‘immanentising the eschaton’).
Gnostic tendencies have since been spotted in a wide variety of writers, thinkers, political and spiritual movements, and also across the spectrum of popular culture, from Hollywood movies to computer games and comics. This bewilderingly diverse group includes the likes of not only Jung, but also William Blake, Goethe, Herman Melville, Albert Camus, Hegel, Nietzsche, WB Yeats, Franz Kafka, Existentialists, all manner of Theosophists, Jack Kerouac, Philip K Dick, computer games such as the Xenosaga series, comics such as Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and Alan Moore’s Promethea and movies such as The Truman Show and the Matrix trilogy.

Martin, The Gnostics. The first Christian Heretics, pp. 15-17.  2006.

Dejando de lado ese tono sensacionalista, ávido de publicidad y reconocimiento, hay un punto a favor que este libro tiene de manera indudable: obliga al lector a repensar por completo su visión de la Iglesia, y en cuanto tal, ofrece la posibilidad de indicar un sendero de estudio e investigación por demás válido, que quienquiera que esté interesado en el tema podrá sortear, tomando sus propios riesgos y obteniendo también sus propias conclusiones.

La visión panorámica -si bien afectada por ese afán de polémica- de la Historia de la Iglesia de los primeros tiempos, resalta de una manera práctica y también continua los altibajos que adolece dicho periodo histórico. Y sin dudar en llamar a Pablo ‘verdadero fundador del cristianismo’ o al mismo Pablo ‘el primer hereje cristiano’, el autor también repasa los testimonios más importantes sobre el tema, en este libro de divulgación que involuntariamente resulta estar muy bien formado, aunque la argumentación general no se atreve a sacar las últimas conclusiones de semejantes tramas.

Un libro por demás interesante, que puede leerse como una curiosidad, y de la que, escudriñando atentamente, puede obtenerse y sin duda alguna, un gran provecho.

México, Frontera Norte. 9 de Noviembre de 2011.

Bernhard. Vulfila, oder Die gotische Bibel. Mit dem entsprechenden griechischen Text und mit kritischem und erklärendem Commentar, nebst dem Kalender, der Skeireins und den gotischen Urkunden. 1875.

Vulfila, oder Die gotische Bibel.

Mit dem entsprechenden griechischen Text
und mit kritischem und erklärendem Commentar,
nebst dem Kalender,
der Skeireins und den gotischen Urkunden
(1875)

Author: Bernhard, Ernst, 1831-
Subject: Gothic language
Publisher: Halle : Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses
Language: got
Call number: AGI-3330
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto
Notes: text in the margins, fragile pages

Anecdota Oxoniensia: Semitic Series. 1882-1913.

Anecdota Oxoniensia.
Texts, Documents And Extracts Chiefly From Manuscripts In The Bodleian And Other Oxford Libraries.
Semitic Series.

The Anecdota Oxoniensia comprise materials, chiefly inedited, taken direct from MSS., particularly those preserved in the Bodleian and other Oxford Libraries. These materials fall into five classes: (i) unpublished texts and documents, or extracts therefrom, with or without translations; (2) texts which, although not unpublished, are unknown in the form in which they are to be printed in the Anecdota; (3) texts which, in their published form, are difficult of access through the exceeding rarity of the printed copies; (4) collations of valuable MSS. ; (5) notices and descriptions of certain MSS., or dissertations on the history, nature and value thereof. They are issued in four Series:
I. Classical. II. Semitic. III. Aryan. IV. Mediaeval and Modern.

Part I and Part II

Part I – Commentary On Ezra And Nehemiah By Rabbi Saadiah.
H. J. Mathews.
1882.
Part II – The Book of The Bee.
Ernest A. Wallis Budge.
1886.

Part III

A Commentary On The Book Of Daniel By Jephet Ibn Ali The Karaite.
D. S. Margoliouth.
1889.

Part IV and Part VI

Mediaeval Jewish Chronicles And Chronological Notes
A. D. Neubauer.
Part IV (I) – 1887
Part VI (II) – 1895

Part V

The Palestinian Version Of The Holy Scriptures.
G. H. Gwilliam.
1893.

Part VII

The Churches And Monasteries Of Egypt Attributed to Abu Salih, the Armenian.
B. T. A. Evetts; A. J. Butler.
1895.

Part VIII And Part IX

Part VIII – The Ethiopic Version Of The Hebrew Book Of Jubilees.
R. H. Charles.
1895.
Part IX – Biblical And Patristic Relics Of The Palestinian Syriac Literature.
G. H. Gwilliam; F. C. Burkitt ; J. F. Stenning.
1896.

Part X

The Letters Of Abu ‘L-‘Ala of Ma’Arrat Al-Nu’Man.
D. S. Margoliouth.
1898.

Part XI

The Ethiopic Book Of Enoch.
R. H. Charles.
1906.

Part XII

Theological Texts From Coptic Papyri
W. E. Crum,
1913

Alternative links for download:


Tuker, Malleson. Handbook to Christian and Ecclesiastical Rome. 1900.

HANDBOOK TO CHRISTIAN

AND

ECCLESIASTICAL ROME

BY

M. A. R. TUKER

AND

HOPE MALLESON

LONDON
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK
1900

PART I. THE CRISTIAN MONUMENTS OF ROME
PART II. THE LITURGY IN ROME
PART III. MONASTICISM IN ROME
PART IV. ECCLESIASTICAL ROME

PREFACE.

This Handbook is intended to give the visitor to Rome full information about the Christian side of its history, about Roman churches, ceremonies, and customs, which does not fall within the scope of such an excellent Handbook as that of Messrs. Murray’s general Guide.

It was to have formed one volume, but the matter gradually exceeded all limits ; and it is now hoped that this little series of books (of which the present is much the largest) may prove as convenient, dealing as each volume will do, with a subject complete in itself.

We cannot hope that among so much detail we have been able to avoid all error ; nor that we have always made the same choice as all our readers would have done, as to what pieces of information to give, and what to reluctantly withhold. When a choice has had to be made, we have elected to tell what is less generally known.

There’ remains only the pleasure of recalling the many kindnesses we have received, and of taking this opportunity of thanking all who have helped us with information, or by suggesting books.

Our gratitude is specially due to Monsignor J, A. Campbell, Rector of the Scotch College in Rome, for unwearied helpfulness, and readiness in answering an infinity of questions, and for the courtesy of placing his library at our disposal : and for the kind help given us by Padre Semeria, Barnabite.

For the archaeological portion of this handbook we are much indebted to conferences held on the spot by the late Commendatore G.-B. De Rossi, and by his pupil Professor Orazio Marucchi. And we desire also to thank Professor Barnabei and the Ministry of Public Instruction in Rome for facilities courteously afforded us.



Grapow, Bonwetsch, Bauernfeind, Harnack, Loofs. Der Benanbrief – Die Bücher der Geheimnisse Henochs – Der Römerbrieftext des Origenes – Neue Studien zu Marcion – Paulus von Samosata. 1921-1924.

TEXTE UND UNTERSUCHUNGEN

ZUR GESCHICHTE DER ALTCHRISTLICHEN LITERATUR

ARCHIV FÜR DIE VON DER KIRCHENVÄTER-COMMISION
DER PREUSSISCHEN AKADEMIE DER WISSENCHAFTEN UNTERNOMMENE
AUSGABE DER ÄLTEREN CHRISTLICHEN SCHRIFTSTELLER
HERAUSGEGEBEN VON
ADOLF VON HARNACK UND CARL SCHMIDT

The book binds the next works:

—Pag. 5 [of the .pdf document]:
DER BENANBRIEF
EINE MODERNE LEBEN-JESU-FÄLSCHUNG

DES
HERRN ERNST EDLER VON DER PLANITZ
AUFGEDECKT VON
D. DR. CARL SCHMIDT
PROFESSOR DER THEOLOGIE AN DER UNIVERSITÄT BERLIN
UNTER MITARBEIT
VON
DR. HERMANN GRAPOW
1921

—Pag. 105:
DIE
BÜCHER DER GEHEIMNISSE HENOCHS

DAS SOGENANNTE SLAVISCHE HENOCHBUCH
HERAUSGEGEBEN
VON
G. NATHANAEL BONWETSCH
1922

—Pag. 249:
DER
RÖMERBRIEFTEXT DES ORIGENES
NACH DEM CODEX VON DER GOLTZ

(COD. 184 B 64 DES ATHOSKLOSTERS LAWRA)
UNTERSUCHT UND HERAUSGEGEBEN
VON
LIC. OTTO BAUERNFEIND
PRIVATDOZENT DER THEOLOGIE IN GREIFSWALD
1923

—Pag. 377:
NEUE
STUDIEN ZU MARCION

VON
ADOLF VON HARNACK
1923

—Pag. 415
PAULUS VON SAMOSATA
EINE UNTERSUCHUNG ZUR
ALTKIRCHLICHEN LITERATUR- UND DOGMENGESCHICHTE
VON
FRIEDRICH LOOFS
PROFESSOR IN HALLE
1924

Lewis. Acta Mythologica Apostolorum; transcribed from an Arabic MS. in the Convent of Deyr-Es-Suriani, Egypt, and from MSS in the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai. 1904.

HORAE SEMITICAE No. III

ACTA MYTHOLOGICA

APOSTOLORUM

TRANSCRIBED FROM AN ARABIC MS IN THE CONVENT OF
DEYR-ES-SURIANI, EGYPT, AND FROM MSS IN THE
CONVENT OF ST CATHERINE, ON MOUNT SINAI
WITH TWO LEGENDS FROM A VATICAN MS
BY PROF. IGNAZIO GUIDI,
AND AN APPENDIX OF SYRIAC PALIMPSEST FRAGMENTS
OF THE ACTS OF JUDAS THOMAS
FROM COD. SIN. SYR. 30
BY
AGNES SMITH LEWIS M.R.A.S.
HON.D.D. (HEIDELBERG); LL.D. (ST ANDREWS);
PH.D. (HALLE-WITTENBERG)

LONDON
C. J. CLAY AND SONS
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS WAREHOUSE
AVE MARIA LANE
1904

Introduction VII-XLIII
Bibliography LXIV-XLVI
The Preaching of Andrew 1
The Acts of Andrew and Bartholomew 11
The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew 26
The Story of James, Son of Zebedee 30
The Martyrdom of James 35
The Travels of John, Son of Zebedee 37
The Death of Saint John 54
The Preaching of Philip 60
The Martyrdom of Philip 66
The Preaching of Bartholomew 69
The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew 76
The Preaching of Thomas 80
The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas 94
The Acts of Matthew 100
The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew 110
The Martyrdom of James, Son of Halfai 113
The Preaching of Simon, Son of Cleophas 115
The Martyrdom of Simon 118
The Preaching of Thaddeus 120
The Preaching of Saint Matthias 126
The Martyrdom of Matthias 137
The Preaching of James the Just 140
The Martyrdom of James, the Lord’s Brother 143
The Martyrdom of Saint Mark 147
The Martyrdom of Saint Luke 152
The Story of John, Son of Zebedee 157
The Death of the Apostle John 168
Praise of the Apostle John 171
The Story of Peter and Paul 175
The Martyrdom of Peter and Paul 193
The Martyrdom of Peter 210
The Martyrdom of Paul 217
Palimpsest Fragments of the Acts of Judas Thomas 223
Index I. Scriptural Quotations 243
Index II. References to Scripture 244
Index III. Proper Names 256

Nota: Volume 1 and 2. Volume 2 begins at page 255 of the .pdf file.

Gregorius Nazianzenus. Christus Patiens; tragoedia christiana, quae inscribi solet Χριστός πάσχων [Ed. Brambs]. 1885.

Christus Patiens; tragoedia christiana, quae inscribi solet Χριστός πάσχων

(1885)

Author: Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint; Brambs, Johann Georg, 1854-1913
Subject: Centos
Publisher: Lipsia, Teubner
Language: Ancient Greek
Call number: AFE-2747
Digitizing sponsor: Tufts University and the National Science Foundation
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: toronto

Ad Christi patientis editionem aggredienti mihi consilium fuit talerm proponendi, quali opus esset philologis. Hunc ad finem id egi, ut textus fides firmior sit et aliorum codicum lectionibus collatis et linguae vulgaris usu magis respecto. Inprimis eis, qui studiorum Euripideorum Aeschyleorumque causa ad hanc tragoediam legendam accedent, gratum me facturum esse putabam, si non solum sub textu locos aliunde desumptos adnotarem, sed etiam tragicorum veterum versus excerptos secundum ordinem fabularum congererem. Huius generis materia et quae iam ab aliis inventa erat, e variis libris collecta et nova allata est. Aliqua iam demonstravi in dissertatione inaugurali: “De auctoritate tragoediae Christianae, quae inscribi solet Χριστός πάσχων, Gregorio Nazianzeno falso attributae”, Eichstadii 1883, quae eadem catalogo gymnasii regii Eichstettensis 1884 addita est; alia nunc primum profero.

Nota: the pdf version of this document seems to have a serious trouble with the visualization, and not all the pages are displayed. I recommend to download the .jp2 version, available in the same server.

Abecedario Espiritual – Francisco de Osuna (1492-1541)

OSUNA, Francisco de, * ca. 1492 in Osuna (Sevilla), wo seine Familie im Dienste des herzoglichen Hauses stand. Nach der Teilnahme an der Eroberung von Tripolis (1510) und nach einer Pilgerfahrt nach Santiago de Compostela trat er, etwa 1513, in den Franziskanerorden strenger Observanz ein. Seine theologischen Studien absolvierte er an der jungen aber bereits berühmten Universität von Alcalß de Henares. (…more…)

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***Special thanks to Lady Grace, from the Patrologia Latina, Graeca et Orientalis for having found the links of these wonderful books.