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.

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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.

Vivien. Tertullianus praedicans. 1856.

Tertullianus praedicans :

et, supra quam libet materiam omnibus anni Dominicis, et testis non ordinariis solum, sed etiam extraordinariis ; singulisque quadragesimae feriis praedicabilem … sex ad minus formans conciones …

(1856)

Author: Tertullian, ca. 160-ca. 230; Vivien, Michael
Volumes: 6
Subject: Sermons, Latin
Publisher: Avenione : Typis F. Sequin
Language: Latin
Call number: AWM-1454
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: PIMS – University of Toronto
Collection: pimslibrary; toronto


Hoppe. De sermone Tertullianeo quaestiones selectae. 1897.

De sermone Tertullianeo quaestiones selectae

(1897)

Author: Hoppe, Heinrich, 1868-

Subject: Tertullian, ca. 160-ca. 230

Publisher: Marburgi Chattorum

Language: Latin

Call number: AGB-9833

Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto

Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto

Collection: robarts; toronto

Neander. History of the planting and training of the Christian church by the Apostles : [with the author’s final additions, also, His Antignostikus; or, Spirit of Tertullian]. 1851.

HISTORY

OF THE

PLANTING AND TRAINING

OF THE

CHRISTIAN CHURCH

BY

THE APOSTLES.

BY

DR. AUGUSTUS NEANDER,

ORDINARY PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN,
CONSISTORIAL COUNSELLOR, ETC.

TRANSLATED
FROM THE THIRD EDITION OF THE ORIGINAL GERMAN
BY J. R. RYLAND.

LONDON ;
HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
1851.

It was not my intention to give a complete history of the Apostolic age, but only what the title, advisedly selected, indicates. I have prefixed to it the Introduction from the first volume of my Church History, reserving the recasting of the whole work for a new edition, should God permit.

In reference to the arrangement of the whole plan, and the mutual relation of the parts of the representation, I must beg the reader to suspend his judgment awhile, till the completion of the whole by the publication of the second part.

It will be my constant aim to carry on to its conclusion the whole of the work I have undertaken on the history of the Church, if God con tinue to grant me strength and resolution for the purpose. Meanwhile, a brief compendium of Church History on the principles of my arrange ment, but enriched with literary notices, will be published. My dear friend, Professor Rheinwald, of Bonn, having been prevented by his new duties from executing this work, it has been undertaken at my request by another of my friends, Mr. Licentiate Vogt, already favourably known to the theological public by his share in editing the Homilarium, and still more commended to the public favour by his literary labours on the Pseudo-Dionysius, and the Life and Times of Gerson, Chancellor of Paris. May he receive from every quarter that public favour and encouragement which his character, acquirements, and performances deserve !



Tertullian. De praescriptione haereticorum. Texte latin, traduction française [Labriolle]. 1907.

TEXTES ET DOCUMENTS
POUR L’ÉTUDE HISTORIQUE DU CHRISTIANISME
PUBLIÉS SOUS LA DIRECTION DE
HIPPOLYTE HEMMER ET PAUL LEJAY

TERTULLIEN

DE PRAESCRIPTIONE
HAERETICORUM

TEXTE LATIN, TRADUCTION FRANçAISE
INTRODUCTION ET INDEX
PAR
PIERRE DE LABRIOLLE

PROFESSEUR A L’UNIVERSITÉ DE FRIBOURG SUlSSE
PARIS
LIBRAIRIE ALPHONSE PICARD ET FILS
82, RUE BONAPARTE, 82
1907

Les premiers chapitres du De Praescriptione nous laissent entrevoir les circonstances qui décidèrent Tertullien à écrire cet opuscule. Le Gnosticisme sévissait. Rompus à toutes les acrobaties de la dialectique, les Gnostiques excellaient à éveiller le doute et le scrupule dans le coeur de ceux qui avaient la faiblesse ou la présomption de discuter avec eux. Un certain nombre de désertions avaient aflligé l’Église ; et, en raison de la qualité, de la science, de l’apparente vertu des renégats, beaucoup d’âmes s’en étaient senties troublées.

Rauschen. Florilegium Patristicum Fasciculus VI. Tertulliani Apologetici Recensio Nova. 1906.

FLORILEGIUM PATRISTICUM

DIGESSIT VERTIT ADNOTAVIT

GERARDUS RAUSCHEN

DR. THEOL. ET PHIL. SS. THEOLOGIAE IN UNIVERSITATE BONNENSI
PROF. P. E.

FASCICULUS VI


TERTULLIANI APOLOGETICI RECENSIO NOVA

BONNAE
SUMPTIBUS PETRI HANSTEIN
MCMVI

Textum Apologetici, quem in hoc Florilegii fasciculo propono, ab omnibus quae hucusque prodierunt editionibus multum differt. Codicem optimum Parisinum nr. 1623 saec. X denuo ipse Parisiis autumno anni 1905 excussi; ceteros vero tres Parisinos ibidem inspiciendo minimi pretii esse facile cognovi. Deinde codicem Montispessulani saec. XI, quem Oehler, etsi haud malae esse notae eum putabat, editionem adparans neglexerat, Bonnae, quo meum in usum missus erat, diligenter contuli. Summam vero operam posui in fragmentis codicis Fuldensis deperditi recensendis. Cuius codicis postquam variantes lectiones, prout iu adpendice editionis Francisci Iunii anno 1597 vulgatae exstant, adcurate exscripsi et examinavi, librarium exemplari omnibus, quae ad nos pervenerunt, potiore usum esse, sed textum suo arbitrio multis locis emendasse prorsus mihi persuasi. Satis igitur ardua mihi res fuit diiudicare, quae eius codicis lectiones recipiendae et quae reprobandae esseut. Omnes vero codicis Fuldensis lectiones, quas in textum non admisi, adnotavi, iis solis exceptis, quas vilissimas esse nemo negat.

Scripsi idibus aprilibus MCMVI.

Tertullian. Opera [Ed. Leopold]. 1839.

Opera

(1839)

Author: Tertullian, ca. 160-ca. 230; Leopold, E. F. (Ernst Friedrich), 1804-1852
Volume: 1-4
Publisher: Leipzig, Tauchnitz
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin
Call number: AFA-8739
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: toronto

This book has an editable web page on Open Library.
Description

Vol. 1. Libri apologetici: Ad martyres; De spectaculis. De idololatria; Apologeticus; Ad nationes libri duo; De testimonio animae; De corona militis; De fuga in persecutione; Contra Gnosticos scorpiace; Ad Scapulam.

Vol. 2. Libri ad ritus et mores Christianorum pertinentes: De oratione; De patientia; De baptismo; De poenitentia; Ad uxorem lib. I.; Ad uxorem lib. II.; De cultu feminarum lib. I. (De habitu muliebri.); De cultu feminarum lib. II; De exhortatione castitatis; De monogamia; De pudicitia; De ieiuniis; De virginibus velandis; De pallio.

Vol. 3. Libri polemici et dogmatici. Pars I: De praescriptionibus haereticorum. Adversus Marcionem lib. I-V.

Vol. 4. Libri polemici et dogmatici. Pars. II: Adversus Hermogenem; Adversus Valentinianos; De carne Christi; De resurrectione carnis; De anima; Adversus Praxean; Adversus Judaeos; Notitia lit. de editionibus et interpretationibus operum Tertulliani.

Quum ante tria propemodum lustra eo consiiio , ut accuratiorem ex ipsis fontibus rerum Christianarum cognitonem haurirem , Tertulliani scripta legere coepissem, dici non potest, quam molestum mihi visum fuerit orationis plenus obscurum ac barbarismis et soloecismis refertum, quo usus est Tertullianus*). Et tamen quum mecum repuarem, quantum ille inter aequales ac postea potuerit in dicendo atque effecerit, librosque singulos relegerem, taedium quo antea affcctus eram, in tantam scriptoris admirationem conversum est, ut et ingenii ubertate et doctrinae copia plane singulari, qua ceteris excellit, mirifice captus de eo accuratius pertractando cogitarem. Sed quod de edendis Tertulliani scriptis cepi consilium , omni librorum manu scriptorum, qui perpauci in bibliothecis a patriae finibus longissime remotis asservantur, ope destitutus, et ut inceptis secundus responderet eventus magnopere veritus, iampridem abieceram, quum, ut denuo suscipcrem susceplumque strenue exsequerer , auctor mihi exstitit gravissimus, qui hac ipsa bibliotheca patrum ecclesiasticorum latinorum curanda de studiis theologorum promovendis iam optime meruit.

*) Copiosius de his a me disputatum est in dissertatione: Ueber die Ursachen der verdorbenen Latinität bei den Schriftstellern nach dem Zeitalter d. K. Augustus, hauptsächlich bei den Kirchenvätern, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Tertullian, inserta V. S. V. Illgenii Zeitschrift f. d. histor. Theol. Vol. VIII. p. 12 sqq. (Lips. 1839.)