Aurelius Augustinus. Opera Omnia [Eras. of Rot. Ed.]. 1529.

The Zentralbibliothek Zürich through the E-rara digital library, is offering the Opera Omnia of St. Augustin, in the edition reviewed by Erasm of Rotterdarm.
This edition count 10 volumes, with a total of +8,000 pages. All of them are available to read on-line, or as downloads in .pdf format.

The archives to read online are provided as full-color images.

To get access into the .pdf files, only open the ‘Table of contents‘, at the bottom of the informational page, and you will get a list with the whole pdfs, belonging to complete volumes, or only partial downloads, this mean, spare works.

 

The importance of this kind of releases rest not only in the bibliographical or philological aspect, but in the possibility of realize another approximations to the Patristic works reviewed in the Renaissance period:

ONE OF THE MORE neglected areas of current Renaissance studies is the investigation of the literary scholarship of the humanists. When we think of Lorenzo Valla, we think of his dialogue On the True and False Good, the Declamation on the Donation of Constantine, and the dialogue On Free Will, but rarely of his translations of the Greek historians, his investigations into the text of Livy, or his comparison of the Vulgate with the Greek text of the New Testament. The name of Erasmus brings to mind the Enchiridion, the Colloquies, and the Praise of Folly much more readily than the translations of Euripides, the editions of the Church Fathers, or the Annotations to the New Testament. This state of affairs is particularly surprising in view of the fact that the Renaissance humanists owed their reputations in large measure to their work in the field of classical and biblical scholarship. Furthermore, when historians do turn their attention to Renaissance scholarship, they tend to speak of it in general terms, as though there were little important qualitative difference between one Renaissance scholar and another. The humanists in general are said to have introduced critical methods into scholarship, to have become concerned with producing accurate texts of the classics and the scriptures, and to have insisted on understanding works of literature and scripture in their proper historical context.

“Biblical Philology and Christian Humanism: Lorenzo Valla and Erasmus as Scholars of the Gospels” by Jerry H. Bentley.

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Sixteenth Century Journal, VIII, Supplement (1977).

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 …

Griechische Christliche Schriftsteller: Some updates in our Scribd collection.

Published the October 28, 2010, the collection regarding the Griechische Christliche Schriftsteller was assembled with few items, mainly taken from Google Books service, and some other from Internet Archive.
This week, some other volumes, belonging to the PIMS digitazions has been added too, increasing the number of volumes directly available to read and consult.

The items added are [not sorted in any way]:

 

  1. GCS 24 Eusebius Werke VII/1. Hieronymi chronicon (1. Aufl. 1913: Rudolf Helm)
  2. GCS 23 Eusebius Werke VI. Demonstratio euangelica (1. Aufl. 1913: Ivar A. Heikel)
  3. GCS 20 Eusebius Werke V. Die Chronik, aus dem Armenischen übersetzt (1. Aufl. 1911: Josef Karst)
  4. GCS 14 Eusebius Werke IV. Contra Marcellum, De ecclesiastica theologia (1. Aufl. 1906: Erich Klostermann)
  5. GCS 11/1 Eusebius Werke III/1. Onomasticon (1. Aufl. 1904: Erich Klostermann)
  6. GCS 9/1 Eusebius Werke II/1. Historia ecclesiastica (1. Aufl. 1903: Eduard Schwartz/Theodor Mommsen)
  7. GCS 19 Theodoretus Cyri, Historia ecclesiastica (1. Aufl. 1911: Léon Parmentier)
  8. GCS 27 Methodius, Olympius, Werke (1. Aufl. 1917: Georg Nathanael Bonwetsch)
  9. GCS 4 Anonymus (Adamantius). De recta in Deum fide (1. Aufl. 1901: W.H. van de Sande Bakhuyzen)
  10. GCS 16 Hegemonius, Acta Archelai (1. Aufl. 1906: Charles Henry Beeson)
  11. GCS 18 Die Esra- Apokalypse I (IV. Esra) (1. Aufl. 1910: Bruno Violet)
  12. GCS 31 Epiphanius II. Panarion haer. 34-64 (1. Aufl. 1922: Karl Holl)
  13. GCS 25 Epiphanius I. Ancoratus und Panarion haer. 1-33 (1. Aufl. 1915: Karl Holl)

 

The PLGO.org Community will be working updating the list available here.


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 …

Leal. Test di Patrologia [Online].

Il Prof. Jerónimo Leal è docente di Patrologia e Storia della Chiesa Antica e Direttore del Dipartimento di Storia della Chiesa (Pontificia Università della Santa Croce).

Nato a Madrid (Spagna) e laureato in Lettere Classiche, ha fatto il dottorato nell’Istituto Patristico Augustinianum di Roma con una tesi su Tertulliano.

 The Test has 100 answers, and is totally interactive. You must mark one of the answers to the proposed question, and, at last, you will be able to verify the correctness of all your responses.

The Test is displayed in your browser, we check the functionality in the Opera browser, and all the features were correctly enabled.

You can access the test through this address:

http://www.didaskalikos.org/ 

In the frontpage click ‘Test di Patrologia’ and immediately you will be able to answer the questions.

Müller. Lexicon Athanasianum. 1952.

LEXICON ATHANASIANUM

digessit et illustravit

GUIDO MÜLLER S. J.

1952

WALTER DE GRUYTER & CO.

VORMALS G. J. GÖSCHEN’SCHE VERLAGSHANDLUNG

J. GUTTENTAG, VERLAGSBUCHHANDLUNG – GEORG REIMER
KARL J. TRÜBNER – VEIT & COMP.

BERLIN

Lexicon Athanasianum (1664)

Author: Müller, Guido, 1866-
Subject: Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373; Greek language, Hellenistic (300 B.C.-600 A.D.)
Publisher: Berlin W. De Gruyter
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin
Call number: AAL-7892
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: toronto; 20thcentury
Notes: Double Page Numbers per Page; Pages numbers have been assorted manually. No Table of contents page. Some pages are printed rather faintly.

Previously noticed here, the Lexicon Athansianum was unexplainable removed from Internet Archive. Seems there was some legal issue about this volume.

Respecting the copyright of the holders and publishers, we add this volume to our Scribd collection in ‘only read’ mode, to allow the consult and search of this book, but disabling the download/print of the content.

We hope the reading of this volume be useful to our visitors:

 

 

Müller. Lexicon Athanasianum. 1664.

Origenis Opera Omnia quae graece vel latine tantum exstant et ejus nomine circumferuntur [La Rue, Lommatzsch Eds.]. 1831.

Opera omnia

quae graece vel latine tantum exstant

et ejus nomine circumferuntur;

ex variis editionibus et codicibus manu exaratis,

gallicanis, italicis, germanicis et anglicis collecta,

recensita atque annotationibus illustrata

(1831)

Author: Origen; La Rue, Charles de, 1684-1739; La Rue, Charles Vincent de; Lommatzsch, Carl Heinrich Eduard
Volumes: 25
Publisher: Berolinum, Haude
Language: Latin; Ancient Greek
Call number: AEV-5143
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto


Poujoulat. Lettres de Saint Augustin. 1858.

Originally divided in 4 séries, Poujoulat translated to French the Letters of St. Augustin.

The contents of the 4 Volumes available in Internet Archive, are the next:

  1. Première série. Lettres écrites par Saint Augustin avant sa promotion a l’Épiscopat. Lettres 1-XXX.
  2. Deuxième série. Lettres écrites par Saint Augustin depuis sa promotion a l’Épiscopat, en 396, jusq’à la Conférence de Carthage, en 410. Lettres XXXI-CXXIII.
  3. Troisième série. Lettres écrites depuis l’anée de la Conférence de Carthage, en 411, jusqu’à sa mort, en 450. Lettres CXXIV-CCXXXI.
  4. Quatrième série. Lettres sans date. Lettres CCXXXI-CCLXX. Lettres sans date.

Available here:


Saint Augustin. Œuvres Complètes [Poujoulat, Raulx, Eds.]. 1864.

Finally, the edition of Poujoulat-Raulx of Saint Augustin, Œuvres Complètes, is totally available in Internet Archive.

This edition count 17 items, the last added were the nos. 6 and 14, taken of the University of Ottawa collection.

You can access this work in our Scribd account, or directly through Internet Archive [University of Ottawa Digitazion] and the PIMS digitized collection.


Joannes Chrysostomus. Opera Omnia Quæ Exstant [Montfaucon, Ed.]. 1839.

Opera omnia quae exstant,

vel quae ejus nomine circumferuntur :

ad MSS. codices gallicanos, vaticanos, anglicanos, germanicosque necnon ad Savilianam et Frontonianam editionem castigata, innumeris aucta

(1835)

Author: John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407; Montfaucon, Bernard de, 1655-1741
Volumes: 13
Subject: Theology
Publisher: Parisii : Gaume
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin; Ancient Greek
Call number: AEM-5443
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto
Notes: No TOC

Nota from January 02, 2012: the volume 2 of this collection has not been released yet by the Internet Archive service.


Saint Basil. Opera omnia quae exstant [Julianus Garnier Ed.]. 1839.

Opera omnia quae exstant :

vel quae ejus nomine circumferuntur,

as MSS. codices gallicanos, vaticanos, florentinos et anglicos,

necnon ad antiquiores editiones castigata, multis aucta

(1839)

Author: Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379; Garnier, Julianus, ca. 1670-1725
Volumes: 3, in 2 pts. each one.
Publisher: Parisii : Gaume
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Ancient Greek
Call number: AJZ-0734
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto
Notes: some scribbled notes on the margins of the pages are cut off by cropping- too close to the edge of the book. No Table of Contents page.


Patres Quarti Ecclesiæ Sæculi: Basilius. Opera Omnia. [Caillau, Guillon Ed.]. 1833.

Collectio Selecta SS. Ecclesiæ Patrum.

Patres Quarti Ecclesiæ Sæculi:

Basilius.

Opera Omnia.

Accurantibus A. B. Caillau et M. N. S. Guillon.

1833.