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plar splendidissime impression in membratiis, cum
Uteris initiallbus depictis Est vero liber ob insig-
nem raritatem celeberrimus. Edwards's Catal. 1794.

This book (of the earliest date in the art of print-
ing except the Psalters of 1457 and 1459) exhibits
a degree of perfection in typography, which has
scarcely been surpassed by the subsequent profes-
sors of the art. Some of the pages are printed with
ink of three different colours, and yet the exactest
lineation and strength of colour has been preserved.
It contains 1 60 leaves, and finishes with the follow-
ing colophon :

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ijusdem, anno Domini millesimo quadringenlesimv
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P 2



160 D II

This fine copy sold for 1261. but at Dr. Askew's
sale it only brought 61 1.

Durandi Rationale Divinorum Officiorum, ch.
max. Roma?, 1473. This Edition of Durandus
was finished at Rome by Udalricus Callus Alama-
nus, and Simon Nicolaus de Luca, June 23, 1473.

fol. sine ulla nota. Very old Edition.

Norimberg. 14S0, Venet 1485, Arg.

1484, 1486, 1493, Basil. 1488, Norimb. 1493,
Lugd. 1516, Venct. 1519, Lugd. 1551, 1565, 1568,
1584,1592, Ant. 1570, Venct. 1572, Lugd. 1G05,
fol. All these Editions are scarce,

per Georg. Laur de Her bipoli, Roma?,

1477, 21. 2s. Small folio.

Speculum juris Roma?, 1474, fol.

William Durand was born at Puimoisson, in the

diocese of Riez. He was bishop of Mende, and
died in 1296.

Duranti (Castor) Catechesis de Sanitate, Svo.
Venet. 1596. lib. rar. The author was physician
to Pope Sixtus Quintus. He believed rats, frogs,
and hedge-hogs to be wholesome food, and as such
recommended them.

Duranti (Johannis Stephani) de Ritibus Eccle-
&ia? Catholica?, libri tres, Roma?, ex Typographia
Vaticana, 1591, Svo.

John Stephen Duranti was first president in the
Parliament of Henry III. king of France in 1581.
While endeavouring to appease a mutiny of the
people during the rage of the League, he was shot
by one of the rcbete, and afterwards naangled in a



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most barbarous manner, being stabbed in some
hundreds of places. "When the troubles were ap-
peased, a tomb was raised to his memory with the
following pathetic inscription:

Conditus exigua magnus Durantus in urna,

Dormit soporem ferreura.
Secla peremerunt hunc ferrea: ferreus ille est

Qui novit ista nee gemit.
Unanamquejacet Patriae decus orane suaeque
Et Crimen Urbis et Dolor.

Dur.ei (Jo.) Irenicorum Tractatuum prodromus
in quo praeliminares continentur tractatus de, 1. Pa-
ds ecc'.esiae remoris e medio tollendis. 2. Concor-
diae evangelicae fundamentis sufficientur jactis. 3.
Reconciliationis religiosae procurandae arguments.
4. Methodo investigatoria ad controversias omnes
sine contradicendi studio, et prcejudicio pacifice de-
cidendi, Amstel. 1662, Svo.

John Durteus, or Durey, was a Scotch protestant
divine of the nth century. He was a person of
great abilities, and of a pacific spirit. He laboured
much to reconcile the Lutherans and Calvinists, &c.
but to little purpose.

Icones Principum, Virorum doctorum, Pictorum,
Chalcographorum, Statuariorum, necnon Amato-
rum Pictoriae artis numero centum, ab Antonio Van
Dyke, Pictore ad vivum expressaj ejusque sumpti-
bus aeri iwcisae, Antv. fol.

Durer, see Albertus.

Dynamii (or Dinamii) Grammatici Epistola.
amon^ the Paraenetici I r etercs t a Melch. Jlaimins-
fcldio Goldasto, 4to. Insula?, 1G04.
1*3



( 162 )

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E,



/ADMERI Opera, a Jo. Seldeno, fol. Londini,
1623 j He is found also with the works of St. An-
sclm, Paris. 1675 and 1721. See Anselmi Opera.

Eddmer was an English monk of Cluni, in the
monastery of St. Saviour at Canterbury, abbot of
St. Albans, and afterwards archbishop of St. An-
drews in Scotland. He was a disciple of St. Anselm,
and died about 1137. His works contain, 1. A
treatise on the liberty of the church. 2. The life
of St. Anselm : and, 3d. A history of his own times.
' Ebermayer, see Bayer, vol. I. p. 171.
" Leges Francorum Salica? et Ripuarium, &c. stu-
dio Jo. Georg. Eccardi, Franco f. 1720, fol. An
esteemed work.

Corpus Historicorum Medii yEvi, sive Scriptores
&e Rebus in Orbe universo, praecipua? in Germania
gestis, a temporibus Caroli Magni ad flnem saeculi
15 ; a Jo. Geor. Eccardo. Lips. 1723, 2 vol. fol.

de Origine Germanorum, libri duo, Ha-

liov. 1750, 4to.

Historia Francise Orientalis, Virceburg,

1729, 2 vol. fol.

Origines Austriacae, Leips. 1721, fol.

John George Eccardwas born at Duingen, in the
dutchy of Brunswick, 1674, and died at Wurtsburg
in 1730. He was a very celebrated historian,' and
intimate friend of the famous philosopher Leibnits.



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EcHARTi (Henrici) Hessi, Papa, Pharizaizans,
qui non tantum juratum Papistarum et Pharisceorum
conspirationem ac syncrctismum prodit. sed lernum
insuper errorem corruptelarum et abominationum
indoctrina, vita, moribus, &c. Jena?, 1605, Svo.

Eckstormh (Henrici) Chronicon Walckenri-
dense, Helmstad. 1617, 4to. Lib. rariss.
- Eckhell, Num. veteres Anecdota ex Museis Ca?-
sareo Vindob. Vien. 1775. 10s. 6d.

Catalogus Musa?i Ca?sarei Vindobonen-

sis Numorum veterum Urbium, Populorum, Regum
etRomanofum, 2 vols, fol Vindob. 1779, 2l. 2s.
One of the most correct and complete catalogues of
ancient coins hitherto published.

Sylloge Numorum Veterum Anecdot.

Thesaur. Caesarei, Vien. 1786. Ejusd. Specimen
Artes Critical Numar. fig. Vien. Roma?, 1786. 7s. 6d.

Doctrina Numorum Vet. 2 vol. 4to.

1794. 11. lis. 6d.

Eclog.e variorum, 8vo. Flor. Junta, 1504. This
rare collection contains the Eclogues of Virgil, A'<?-
mesianus, Pomponius Gauricus, Petrarch, Bocca-
cio, and John Baptist Mantuanus. ll. is.

Ectypa varia ad Historiam Biitannicam, a?re
olim insculpta, studio et cura Antiquarii fidelissimi
et indefessi Thomce Hearne, fol. 1737. 4l. 4s. A
few copies only of this were printed ; and at the ex-
pence of the late Mr. James West, P. R. S.

Edda, a Siemundo, Copen. 1787. A Transla-
tion of the original Gothic Cosmogony, and one of
the earliest specimens of Icelandic poetvy.



164 E G

Ederi (Georgii) Liber contra Protcstantes, Dil-
lingae, 1575, evulgatus, quemque peculiari decreto
Imp. Maximilianus II. mox prohibuit, atque suppri-
mendum curavit. Vogt.

Edictum Perpetuum Adrianeum> a Guil. Ran-
chino, 4to. sine alia nota. See Salvius.

Egbertus de Ecclesiastica institutione, with
Bedas Epistolae et Vita, a Jacobo Warao, 8vo Dub-
Iini, 16C4, et 8vo. Paris. 1666.

Grammatical Gronlsndico-Danico-Latina, edita
a Paulo Egede, Hafn. 1750, 8vo.

De Miscellarteis Germanise Antiquitatibus Disser-
tationes, ab Henr, Eggelingio. Bremae, 1694, 3
vol. 4to.

Georg. Jos. ab Eggs, Pontificum Doctorum, sive
Vitae, Res gestae, oblitus aliaque seitu ac memoratu
digna Summorum Pontificum Romanorum, eorum-
que praecipue qui ingenio aut doctrina claruere, Co-
Ionia?, 1718, fol.

./EginetjE (Pauli) Opera Medica, Gr. fol. Vert.
Aid. 1528. This is the best Edition of Paulus
JEgincta. Kow scarce it is may be seen in Boer-
haave's Treatise De Methodo Studii Medici.

Venet. Gr. 1534, fol. Less valuable

by far than the preceding.

a Hieron. Gemusap, Gr. fol. Basil.

1533. This the Abbe Boni styles Ottima Edizione.

de Facultatibus Alimentorum with

Apicius de Re Coquinaria, Svo. Lugd. 1541. Pau-
lus JEginet. de Re Medica, Lat. Bas. 1551, fol.

For other Latin Editions see vol. 1. p. 11.



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PauU surnamed sEgineta, because born In the
isle of Egina, now called Engia, was an eminent
Greek physician, of the 7th century, under Cimstan-
tine Pogonatus. His works contain curious and in-
teresting matters, to which the moderns are a good
deal indebted.

Eginhartus de Vita et Gestis Caroli Magni ;
cum Comment. J. F. Besselii, et notis Bollandi.
Accesserunt Melchioris Hamen. Veltonis Goldasti
Animadversiones. cum variis Dissertationibus, eu-
rante Jo. llerm. Schminckio, Traject. ad Rhenum,
1711, 4to.

Eginhardi Epistola?, fol. Francof. 1714.
. Eginhard was a German nobleman, bred up at
the court of Charlemagne. This Emperor not only-
made him his secretary, but gave him his daughter
Imma in marriage. After the Emperor's death he
turned monk, separated himself from his wife, and
built the monastery of Selgenstat, of which he be-
came the first abbot. He died in 839. His An-
nals of France commence in 741, and end in 829.

Historian Augusts Scriptores sex post Suetonium,
cum adnotation. Jo. Bapt. Egnatii. Venet. Aid.
1517 et 1521, 8vo. These two Editions are allowed
to have equal merit.

ex recensione Egnatii. Florent. Hae-

pedes Phil. Jwitse, 1519, 8vo. See Augusts,
vol. 1, p. 135.

Piscium, Serpentum, Insectorum, &c. vivis colon-
bus depictis, edid. Nich. Frid. Eisenberger et
Geor. Lichtensteger. Norimb. 1750, fol.



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Eisenschmidii {Jo. Casp.) de Ponderibus et
Mensuris veterum Romanorum, Grascorum, Hebrae-
orum ; necnon de valore Pecunia? veteris disquisitis.
Argcntor. 1137, 8vo.

J. C. Eisenschmid was a German physician, born
at Strasburg in 1 656, and died in 1712. He was an
intimate friend of l)u Vtmmy and Tournefort.

Elegiaca Grteca, cum notis, 8vo. Oxon. 1159.

Element a Historian antiquae, G. A. Bautngar-
ten Crusius, 2 vol. 8vo.Leips. 1778. The first part
of these Elements contains the history of the an-
cient nations prior to the Grecian aera: the second
contains the Grecian history : to which is added an
Appendix, comprising the history of the Cathagi-
nians, and that of Numidia. In the second volume
the learned author gives the Roman history from
the foundation of the republic to the extinction of
the eastern and western empires.

Elementa Architectural civilis, ad Vitruviivett-
tumque disciplinam et recentiorum praesertim a Pal-
ladii exempla probatiora concinnata, ab Hen. AU
drkh, Lat. et Angl. cum fig. elegantiss. Svo. Oxon.
1689. ll. 5s.

Ecclesiastica Hist. Gcntis Anglorum, cum Para-
phrasi Anglo-saxonico Elfredi Regis ; Sax. et Lat.
Cant. 1644, fol. For an account of this eminent
JJritish king, see vol. 2. p. 36.

Elian. See ^Elian, vol. 1. p. 11 14.

To Eliakim the Jewish high-priest, who lived
about 650 years before Christ, is attributed Liber
Judith, Graec. et Lat. fol. Ant. 1584, and always



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published with what is called the Apocrypha. A
Worthless legend.

Eliot. See Biblia Americana, in vol. 1. p. 279.

Elizabetha, see vol. 3; p. 14.

Forma verse Religionis inquirendce et invenienda?,
a Mich, tie Elizalde. Neapoli, 1 664, 4to. Lib. rar.

Ellis (Jo.) de Dionaea Muscipula Planta irritabili
nuper detecta, Epistola, Erlang. 1771, 4to. with
a figure of the plant, coloured from nature.

Elmacini (Gew'^yHistoriaSaracenica, Arabice,
et Latine ; edente Thorn. Erpcnio, Lugduni Batav.
1625, fol. A curious and important work.

George El-Makin was an Egyptian historian : he
was secretary to the califs, though he professed the
Christian religion. He died in 1238. Both he,
and Ebn Batrifc, tell us of the curious method Con-
stantine the Great made use of to convert the Jews
to Christianity. As it was supposed that many of these
had professed to be Christians while they conti-
nued Jews in their hearts, swine's flesh was boiled,
and cut into mouthfuls, and a portion placed at the
door of every church. A 11 that entered were obliged
to eat a piece of the flesh. Those that were Jews
in their hearts refused : thus they were detected, and
immediately put to death ! In that day, says El-
Makin, a multitude of Jews was cut off!

Elogia Ducnm Romanornm. Ab. Morcelli
proves (in his excellent work De Stylo Inscriptio-
num Latinariun, 4to. Roma?, 1781, lib. 1. p. 158.
and lib. 2. p. 23 1 .) that this is the work of Octavia-
nus C\es a r. See Oc r a vi an us.



168 E L

Eloisa. See Abelard, vol. 1. p. 2.

Elutherii (Augustini) Tractatus de Arbore
Sciential Boni et Mali, ex quo Adamus mortem co-
medit Muhlhusii, 1561, 8vo. Extremely scarce
and curious. Vogt dates it 1651.

Emilius Macer. See Macer.

Emilius Probus. See ^Emilius and Cornelius
Nepos.

Empedocles de Sphtcra, Gr. 4to. Lut. 1587.
This tract may be found among the Greek Mathe-
maticians, and in the Greek Collection, Poesis Phi-
losophical &c. Par. Hen. Steph. 1513, 8vo.

Empedocles was a native of Agrigentum in Sicily,
and disciple of Telauges, who had been disciple of
Pythagoras. He was a philosopher, poet, and his-
torian. He believed, like the other Pythagoreans,
in the transmigration of souls ; and in one of his;
own poems relates of himself, that he was at first a
girl, next a hoy, then a shrub, next a bird, then a
Jish, and lastly Empedocles. Some say, that going
to examine the nature of the eruptions of mount
sEtna, he was destroyed by the burning lava; others,
that in order to be reputed a god, he threw himself
into one of the craters on the top of the mountain ;
but that one of his slippers, which was of brass, was
thrown up with some melted lava, and thus the trick
was discovered ! It is surprising that this ridiculous
and self-confuted tale should be still credited by men
of sense and learning 1 Some say he hanged him-
self, others that he threw himself into the sea, &c.
a sufficient proof that the manner of his death is



EN IG3

unknown. He flourished about 440 years before
Christ.

Empyricus, see Sextus.

Enarratio in Canticum Canticorum, a Michi.
Ang.Giacomellio, Graec. etLat. 4to. Romae, 1772.

Endelichii (Severi,) Carmen de moriibus Bourn
cum vet. Gallia Theologortim Opusculis, a Pithao,
Paris. 1586, 8vo.

a Jo. JVeitzio, et Wolf. Sebero, 8vo.

Francof. 1612.

a Jacobo Gronovio, 8vo. Lugd. Bat.

1715.

a Gerard. Outhovio, 8vo. Groning.

1721. At the conclusion of the tract, De judkiis.
Jehova.

ex Edit. Witzii et Seberi, 8vo. Lugd.

Bat. 1745, Edit. opt. It is also found in the Btb-
liotheca Patrum,

Severus Endelichius was a native of Aquitain. *
He.was a rhetorician and poet, and flourished pro-
bably about 380 years after our Lord. The above
poem describes a dreadful pestilence, which was
mortal both to multitudes of men and cattle.

Explicationes locorum veteris et novi Testamenti,
ex quibus S. Trinitatis dogma stabiliri solet, auctore
Georgio Enjedino, 4to. This author died in Hun
gary in 1597.

Enchiridion beati Augustiniy sine ullanota.
Evidently printed with Ulric ZelVs typ, about
1466. A copy on vellum sold latelv for 121. 12s.

Q



170 K N

En Nil Fragmenta, a Hier. Columna, 4to. Neap.
1590. Editio princeps. 10s 6d.

a Paul. Merula, 4to. Lug. Bat. 1595, 4s. 6d.

Good Edition.

Annaiium Librorum xviii. qua? apud varios

auctores supersunt fragmenta, una cum reliquiis
Epigrammatum et Trageediarum, in Maittairii Frag.
Vet. Poet. Lat. Lond. 1713, fol. vol. 2. p. 1437.

Fragmenta, a Franc. Hesselio y 4to. Amst.

1707, 10s. 6d. This is the Edit. opt. The Frag-
ments of Ennius are here industriously collected, and
very learnedly illustrated by Hesselius. Quintus En*
wj was born in Calabria, about 239 years before
Christ. He lived in Sardinia till he was 40 years of
age : he was then brought to Rome by Cato the El*
der, and became a great favourite of Scipio Africa-
nus. He was properly the father of Latin poetry.
He celebrated the victories of Scipio Africanus^
(Hor. 1. iv. Od 8.) and composed the annals of
Rome in heroic verse, and died of the gout, brought
on by excessive drinking, in his 67th year. Only a
few fragments of his works remain.

EnnodH (Magni Felicis) Opera, ab And. Scotio^
vo. Tornaci, 1610.

a Jac. Sirmondo, 8vo. Par. 1642, Edit,

vpt. These works aretoi>e found also among the
Punegyrici Latini Ve teres.

Ennodius was born in Italy, and on account of his
talents and virtues was made bishop of Pavia, where
he died in 521. His works contain, I. Nine books
4>f Epistles. 2. Miscellanies. 3. A Defence of the



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Council of Rome, which had absolved pope Sym-
machus, 4. Twenty-seven Declamations : and, 5.
Poems, His Epistles are of use in shewing the his-
tory of his times. Some eminent critics allow that his
stvle is so rude and embarrassed, that it is with dif-
ficulty that he can be understood.

Epaphroditi Opera with Vitruvius flufus,8vo.
sine loco, 1615.

Ephori Fragments with Scylax, Graec, et Lat.
4to Lugd. Bat. 1697.

Ephorus was an jEolian historian and orator, a
scholar of Isocrates. He flourished about 352 years
before Christ. He composed a history, which is
bow lost. The ancients have spoken of it with
much commendation.

Ephraim {SanctiJ Sj/rus, Graece e codicibus Mss.
Bodleianis, cura Edvardi Tkwaites, fol. Oxonia?,
1709.7s, 6d. A beautiful Edition.

ab Assemano, Gr. Syr. et Lat. Roma*,

173246, 6 torn. fol. 5l. 5s. A very good Edition.

Diaconi Sermones 19, ex Versione
Ambrosii, MonaGh. Camaldulensis, Editio primaria*
21. 2s. fol. Flor. per Anih. BarL Mischom. 1481.
This Latin version of Ephraim's discourses was done
by Ambrosius Camaldulensis, Chrysolora's scholar,
who was famous for his consummate skill in the
Greek tongue. He died in the year 1490. This
Edition was finished at Florence, Aug 23d, 1481,
by Antoniw Bartholomcei Mischomini.

' - Iidem ex interpretation Ambrosii Ca~
maldulensis, Patav. 1585, 8vo. 15s. liber rar.

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The best Latin Edition is that of Fonius, printed at
Cologne in 4to. 1616, and published by the Bene-
dictines of St. Maur, in their Bibl. Patr. Ascet. foK
Par. 166!.

Ephraim was the son of a poor Syrian, and in
his youth a very profligate character: at last convinc-
ed of the iniquity of his life, he retired to the desart,
and spent his time in humiliation and prayer, and
that he profited much in these exercises, his works
sufficiently attest. Perhaps no man, David except-
ed, ever described more feelingly, and in more ap-
propriate language, the sorrows of a penitent heart.
He became deacon of the church of Edessa, but
retired again to the desart towards the conclusion of
his4ife, and there died about A. D. 379. The Edi-
tion of his works by the learned Mr. Asseman, sub*
librarian of the Vatican, is very complete. The
three first volumes contain his Greek works ; the
three last those written in Sj/riac : these are accom-
panied with a Translation, Prolegomena, Notes,
and, Prefaces. Ephraim was contemporary with
Gregory Nj/ssen, St. Basil, and Theodoret. The
former termed him, " The Doctor of the universe ;"
the latter, " The Lyre of the Holy Spirit."

Epigrammata Graeca, Gr. et Lat. Jo. Soteris,
12mo. Colon, ap. Jo. Soterem, 1525.

Grseca Veterum elegantissima, Gr.

et Lat. Jo. Soteris, 8vo. Colon. 1528.

Cyri Theodoii Prodroma Epigrammata ut ve-
tustissima, ita piissima, Grace, 8vo. Basil, ap. Jo.
Uebeliuro, 1536.



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Epigrammata Grasca Veterum elegantissima.
Gr. et Lat. Jo. SoterU 8vo. Frib. Brisg. ap. Steph.
Melech. Gravium, 1544.

. et Poematia Vetera, Svo. Paris,

apud Nic. Giiliura, 1590.

Graeca, Interp. Stephani, 12mo.

H. Steph. 1570. 5s.

; et Poematia Vetera, ex Bibliotheca

et cum notis Petri Pilhoei> 1 2mo. Paris. 1 590.
Liber rariss.. A most beautiful copy of this rare
little book was sold at Mr. Beauclerk's sale for
31. 15s.

Grsec. Veterum, et Camerarii et

Mycilli, C. T. F. D. Bas. ap. Hervagium, 1538,
18s.

et Poematia vetera, Lugd. apud

Chonet. 1596, 18s. This Edition is something full-
er, and also scarcer, than the Paris Edition of 1590.

Graeca, Graec. et Lat. Jo. Brod<ei 9

fol. Francof. apud CI. Marnium, et Jo.. Aubrium,
1600, 11. is.

Ephesius (Rufus) Paris. Gr. 12mo. apud Tur-
nebum, 1554. a Clinch, Gr. et Lat. 4to. Londini,
1726. This is a beautiful and correct Edition.

Epistola de Cibis Judaicis. Not Tertullian's,
though ascribed to him ; but of some bishop, who
probably flourished about this time. Some think of
Novation the Schismatic. See Tertullian.

EpisTOLit Veterum Grsecorum, ab Aldo Mann-
Mo, Gr. Ven. Aldus, 1499, 2 torn. 4to. ll. lis. 6d.
diiio prificeps,

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EpiST.Vet. Gr. etLat ex interpretatione /. Cuja-
(ii, fol. Colon. Allobr. 1606.

Veterum Grsecorum, a Lubino, Gr.

etLat. 1601, 8vo. -Ex Officina Commetiniana.

Gra;cae elegantissima?, ex diversis auc-

toribus selecta?, Lueiani Saturnalia, &c. Gr. Lovan.
1520, 4to. et 12mo. Gr. etLat. Tornesius, 1612.

Epistolta, Dialog! breves, Oratiunculze, Poe-
mata, ex variis Scriptoribus utriusque Lingua?, Gr.
et Lat. inter Poematia autem est Satyra, qua? inscri-
bitur Lis, non plus edita, excudebat Henricus Ste-
phanus, 1577, 8vo.

Epistola S. Petri ad Jacobum. Prefixed to the
Clementines published by Cotelerius. This old
work seems to be the real Preface of the Pruedicatio
Petri, quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, whose
author was an Ebionite ; as appears not only from
Epiphanius, but from this Preface itself. And who-
ever he was that patched these together, he seems
to have designed the collection of all the ancient
Apocryphals that bore the name of Clemens, and
accordingly to have prefixed the several prefaces
first together, and put this among them as belonging
40 that predication. Ed. in Cotelerius.

Veterum Epistolarum Ecclesiasticarum Hyber-
nicarum Sylloge, 4to. Par. 1665.

Epicteti Enchiridion, z.-Greg. Haloandro, Gr.
Svo. Norimb. 1531.

a.Jac. Tusano, Paris. 1552.

a Thoma Naogeorgio, Gr. et Lat. 8vo,

Argent. 1554.



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Epict. Ench. cum Simplicii Comment. 4to. Ven.
1528. first Edition with Simplicius.

a Claudio Salmasio, Gr. ct Lat. 4 to.

Lugd. Bat. 1640. Best Edition.

cum Arriani Comment, a Yictorino

Trincavello, Gr. 8vo. Venet. apud Zanetti, 1535.-r
First Edition with Airian.

Gr. et Lat 4to. Basil. Oporin, t554.

. Gr. et Lat. 8vo. Salmant. 1555*

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