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works are very excellent on their subject, and very
useful to biblical critics. This contains an account
of all the spurious Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, and
false Revelations, by which the Christian church
was inundated in its infancy, and from which the
goodness of God has completely purged it.

Joannis Faericii Historia Bibliotheca; Fabrici-
ana?, qua singuliejus libri eorum contenta, &c. alia-
quze ad rem librarian! facientia recensentur. Wol-
fenbut. 1717, etann. seqq. 6 vol. 21. 2s.

Bibliotheca Grzeca, sive Notitia Scrip-

torum veterum Graecorum, &c. Editio tertia, cui
accedit Empe.doclis Sphaera, et Marcell iSidetx Car-
men de Medicamentis et Piscibus, Gr. et Lat. cum
brevibus Notis. Hamburg. 17SO et ann. seqq. 14-
vol. in ,4to. This is the best Edition of this learned
and useful work. Every Edition is esteemed, but
next to the foregoing, that of 1708, which is the se-
cond, is most valued. This work contains an account
of ancient Greek authors, their works, lives, &c.

Bibliotheca Latina media? et infimae La-

tinitatis, cum Christian! Schoettgenii, ex Editione et
cum Notis Dominki Mansi. Patavii, 1754, 6 vol. in
4to. Editio opt.

Idem Liber, Hamb. 175S, 4 to. 6 vol.

A good Edition.

Bibliotheca Latina, sive Notitia Aucto-

rum veterum Latinorum, &c. Venet. 1728, 2 tol.

F A 231

4to. Less perfect in its kind than the Bibliotheca

Fabricii Bibliotheca Antiquaria, Edit, secunda.

auctior. Hamb. 1716, 4to. Hamburgi, 1160, 2

vol. Edit. opt. ll. Is. An account of all those who>
have written on Hebrew, Greek, Roman, and eccle-
siastical antiquities.

Bibliotheca Ecclesiastica, in qua conti-

nentur antiqui Scriptores varii ecclesiastici, Hamb.
1718, fol.

Opusculorum Historico-Critico-Littera-i

riorum Sylloge. Hamb. 1738, 4to. 7s. 6d.

Delectus Argumentorum efc Syllabus

Scriptorum qui Veritatem Religioiiis Christians ad-
versus Atheos, Epicureos, Deistas, &c. incub ratio-
nibus suis asseruerunt. Hamburg. 1725, 4to.

Opuscula, 20 vol. 4to. Hamb. 1758.

71. 17s.

John Albert Fabricius was born at Leipsig in
1667. He became professor of eloquence at Ham-
burg, where he died in 1736. He was a profoundly-
learned man ; had a prodigious memory ; a facility of
writing, which few men ever possessed ; and scarcely
ever lost an instant of time. He wa9 a man of great
modesty and gentleness, by which he acquired the
esteem of all who knew him. He is author of seve-
ral other works, which, with the former, have se-
cured his fame to the remotest posterity, if indeed
this can be any gratification to a dead man.

Fabricii (Hieronj/miJ Opera omnia Anatomica

232 F A

et Physiologica, a Sieg. Albino, Lugd. Batav. 1738,
fol. cum fig.

Basilicon, libri 60, Gr. et Lat. ex vers. Careli
Annibalis Fabrotti, Paris. 1647, 7 vol. fol. This
book is scarce.

, Fabrotti was a celebrated lawyer, born in Aix in
Provence. He published an edition of the works
of Cujas with very learned notes, Paris, 1658, 10
vols. fol. His intense application to this work oc-
casioned his death in 1659. For a Supplement to
this work, see Basilicorum, vol. 1. p. 170.

Facciolati (Jacobi) Epistolae Latinac, Patavii,
1765, 8vo.

Lexicon totius Latinitatis, studio

ForcellinU 4 vols. Patav. 1771, 7l. 7s.

Facetiae Facetiarum, hoc est, Joco-seriorum
faciculus novus, Pathopoli, 1645, 12mo. 6s. lib. rar,

Facundi Opera, a Jacobo Sirmondo, 8vo. Paris.
Cramoisy, 1629.

a Lud. du Fin, fol. Paris. 1700. Con-
nected with Optatus.

Epistola in Defensione trium Capitulo-

rum. Found in the third volume of Dacherius's Spi-

Facnndus was bishop of Hermiana in Africa, and
died about A. D. 53.

Faerni (Gabrielis) Cremonensis Fabula cen-
tum, ex antiquis auctoribus delectae et carminibus ex-
plicate, cum figuris asneis elegantissimis, Romae, Lu-
chin. 1564, 4to. ll. Is. This is the original Edi-
tion, and is highly esteemed. It is said that the

F A 233

subjects for the fountains at Versailles were taken
from this work.

Faerni, Editio altera, iconibus aeneis adornata,
cum Versione Gallica, Lond. 1143, 4to. Not so
much prized as the preceding.

Antverp. Plant. 1567, et 1573, in 16to.

cum fig. 6s. Both these Editions are well executed.

Gabriel Faerne was born at Cremona. Pope
Pius IV. who knew him to be an excellent scholar
and fine poet, engaged him in the work above men-
tioned, which he executed in such a manner as did
credit to himself and to his patron. He died how-
ever before he reaped any fruit from his labour in
1561, three years before his fables were published.
He is author of several other works.

Fagii (Paidi) Sententiae vere elegantes piae, mi-
rasque turn ad linguam dicendam, turn animurn pi-
etate excolendum utiles veterum sapientum Hebrae-
orum, quas Capitula aut Apothegmata Patrum
nominant, Isnae, 1541, 4to. An extremely rare

Tobias Hebraicus, 1542, 4to. Edit, prin,

Expositio Dictionum Hebraicarum, 4to.


Notae in Pentateucum, 1546, fol.

Paul Fagius was a very learned protestant divine,
born at Rheinzabern in the Palatinate in 1 504. He
was invited to Cambridge by archbishop Cranmer*
where he gave public lectures. He died there in
1550. This learned man contributed greatly to
spread the knowledge of the Hebrew tongue by h\%

234 F A

various and useful works. His Notes on the Penta-
teuch are published among the Critici Sacri.

Fagnani (ProsperiJ Commentarii in Decretales,
Roma?, 1661, 6 torn, in 3 vol. fol. Edit. opt.

Probce Falconia, Cento Virgilianus, seu Centi-
metrum de Christo, Versibus Virgilianus compagU
atum, fol. Venet. 1 472. with Ansonius.

4to. sine nota. attributed to Zeiner of

Ulm. Printed about 1473.

fol. sine nota, eleven leaves. Done

with the types of Bid and Venzler t ancient printers
at Basil, about 1474.

4to. Brixiae, per Bernard. Misiniham,

1496, et4to. Par. 1499.

4to. Lips. 1513, et 8vo. Lugd. 1516.

a Joan. Henr. Kromayero, 8vo. Hal.

Magdeb. 1719.

xii. Sybillarum Oracula, 4to. sine ulla

nota. This has the arms of Sixtus Russinger, to
whom it is attributed by Laire. It has also por-
traits of Proba, and the twelve Sybils, cut in Wood.
Russinger, or Riessinger, printed at Naples in 1478.

Prob<e Falconia, Lcelii et Julii Capiluporum,
aliorumque Virgilio-Centones, 8vo. Colon. 1601.

These Centos are found also in the Mulierum
Gracarwn Frag, of Wolfius, 4to. Hamb. 1734.

Falconia Proba is said to have been the wife of
Adelftus the proconsul, and to have flourished under
the emperor Honorius about A. D- 395. " She is,"
says the Abbe Boni, " different from that Falconia
Proba t the wife of Anicius Probus, who is accused

F A 255

of having treacherously let the Goths into Rome." .
In this production the whole Life of Christ is de-
scribed in verses taken from different parts of Vir-
gil's works, and adapted to this purpose. On the
ground of this, and formed precisely after this origi-
nal, is the work of Alexander Hoss of Aberdeen,
who composed a small work in 18mo. the second
Edition of which was published in London 1769,
with this title, Virgiiius Evangelizans y sive Historia
Domini el Salvatoris nostri Jesu Christi Virgilianis
verbis et versibus descripta. How these sage triflers
apply the words of Virgil to the solemn subject they
have chosen, the following verses will shew.

We ego qui quondam gracili modulatus avena
Carmen, et iEgypto egressus per inhospita Saxa,
Perque domos Arabum vacuas et inania regna
Deduxi Abramidas ; at nunc horrentia Christi.

These verses profess to be taken from JEn. L. 1;
I. 1,3,6.

Falisci (Gratii) Cynogeticon, ex Codice JacoH
Sanazzarii, fol. Bonon. 1504. The first Edition of
Faliscus : connected with Nemcsianus.

, 8vo. Venet Aid. 1534 with the Poetar

ires egregiiy published this year.

cum Poematio Cognomine M. A. Otym-

pii iWwiett'am Carthaginensis : Notis perpetuis, va*.
riisque Lectionibus adornavit Thorn. Johnson acce-
dunt Hiero Fracastorii Alcon, Carmen Pastoritium :
Jo. Caii Anglice Canibus Libeilus ; ut et Opuscu-
luravetus %vm^*o$ dictum, seu de cura CaflUtn, incer-

236 F A

to auctore, Lond. 1699, 8vo. Greatly preferable to
all preceding Editions.

Faliscus, de Venatione, inter Op. et Frag. Veter.
Poet. Latin, ed. cura Mich. Maittaire, Lond. 1713,
fol. l.p. 754.

in Poetis Latinis minoribus, ex ed. P. Bur-

manni, 4to. Leyd. 1731, et Glasg. 1752, 8vo. p. 1
to 16.

inter Rei Venaticae Scriptores, 4to. Amst.


4to. a Jano Ulitio, Leips. 1659.

12mo. Lugd. Bat. Elzev. 1645.

Gratius Faliscus was contemporary with Ovid,
and flourished in the Augustan age. The Cygnoge-
ticon, Or Poem on Hunting, is all we have of this
author's works.

Prosperi Farinacii Opera omnia, Tractatus va-
rii Juris Canonici et Civilis. Antverp. 1620 et ann.
seqq. 17 vol. fol. (bound generally in 9.) Edit. opt.

Prosper Farinaccio was born in Rome, 1554. He
became eminent in the law, and delighted in being
employed in the most unjust and insupportable cau-
ses. Like all other lawyers of the same stamp, he
was the means of ruining many families. He died
in 1618.

Matthue Farinatoris, Carmelita Liber Morali-
tatum, dictus Lumen Anima, 1479, fol. and 1482,fol.

Fasciculus. See vol. 3. p. 15.

Fasciculus Temporum omnes Chronicas anti-
quas complectcns Uteris Gothicis ap. Conrad, de
Haembord, 1478, fol. li. lis. 6d. Lib. perrar* .

F E 231

Fasciculus, fol. Argent, per Joan. Pry $$, 1473.
Zib. rar.
Fasti. See Verrius Flaccus.
Opuscula tria veterum Auctorum Fasti*>ii Epis*
copi, Passio SS. Martyrum Perpetua et Felicitatis ;
et Passio S. Bonifacio, a Luca Holstenio, Rom. 1663.
Faustini Fidei Orthodoxy adversus Arianos Vin-
diciis Opera, 8vo. Oxon. 1678. Faustinus lived
under Theodosius the Great, about A. D^ 334.
This piece is found also in the Bibliotheca Pairum.
Faustus. See Scriptores de Re Agraria.
Aurea Cateni Homeri, i. e. Concatenata Naturae
Historia Physico-Chymica Latina Civitate donata,
Notisque illustrata, a Ludov. Favrat, Francof.
1763, 12mo.

Defensio Religionis, necnon Mosis et Gentis Ju-
daic ae ; contra duas Dissertationes Joh. Tolandi,
&c. a Jacobo Fayo, Ultraj. 1709, 8vo.

Febadii Liber contra Arianos, 4to. Paris. 1 570
and in the Bibliotheca Patrum. The author, Feba*
dins, was bishop of Agenna, about A. D. 360.

Feithii Antiquitatum Homericarum, libri iv.
Amstel. 1726, 8vo. 3s. 6d. The first Edition of
tills useful book came out in 1677. To the Edition
noted above, the number of the books and verses in
Homer have been added to the quotations out of
that poet ; as also an Index.

8vo. Neapoli, 1774, 5s. Best Edition.

Everard Feithius was born at Eldenbourg, in
Gueldres, in the 16th century. The disturbances in
the Low Countries obliged him to settle in France,

233 F E

where he acquired the esteem of Casaubon, Dupulj,
and De Thou, (Thuanus.) There was something
remarkably singular and mysterious in the end of
this learned man. Walking one day in the streets
of Rochelle, he was desired by one of the citizens
to step into his house. He did so and from that
moment was never heard of. The magistrates made
the most diligent enquiry concerning him, but all to
no purpose !

Ant. Felicis de Ovis Cochlearum Epistola, cum
Jo. Jac. Harderi Epistolis, aliquot de partibus geni-
talibus Cochlearum. August. Vindel. 1684, 8vo.

Jacobi Felibien, Pentateuchus Historicus, sive r
quinque libri Historici Josue, Judices, Ruth, I. II.
Regum, cum Commentariis ex fonte Hebraico, Ver-
sione LXX. Interpretum, et variis Authoribus col-
lectis, Carnuti, 1703, 4to. Lib.rar. This work was
reprinted at Paris in 1704, but suppressed by an or-
der of council.

Fenestella de Romanorum Magistratibus.
Printed about A. D. 1480, 4to.

Fragmenta, cum not var. adjecit./iw.

Wasse Sallustio. Cantab. 1710, 4to.

Medici Antiqui omnes Graeci Latini, Arabes, qui
de febribus scripserunt, ex edit. Joan. Fernellii.
Venet, 1594, fol.

< Medici Ant. omn. qui Latinis Uteris,

diversorum Morborum Genera et Remedia perse-
cuti sunt. Venet. 1547, fol.

The above are two curious and important works.
The author, John Ferncll, was born at Clermont.

F E 239

lie was first physician to Henry II. of France, and
died in 1558.

F. Bern. Ferrarii, Mediolensis, de Ritu Sacra-
rum Concionurri, libri duo, Mediolani, e Collegia
Ambrosiani Typographic, 1620, 4to.

de Veterum Acclamationibus et Plausu,

libri vii. Mediol. e Col. Amb. Typ. 1627, 4to.

The author was a celebrated physician of Milan,
and lived about A. D. 1620.
" Ferrarii (Jo. Bap.) De Cultura Florum, libri
4. Roma?, 1633, 4to. cum fig.

~ Nova Editio accurante Bern. Rotten-

dorfio, Amst. 1646, 4to. cum fig.

Hesperides, sive de Malorum aureo-

rum cultura et usu, lib. 4 cum fig. 1646, in fol. An
esteemed work.

Musa? Lapidaria? antiquorum marmoribusCarmina
seu Deorum Donaria, Hominum illustrium Monu-
menta et P^pitaphia, cum notis Jo. Bapt. Feretti,
Verona;, 1672, fol. Lib. rar.

Feretti {Jidh) Tractatus de Re et Disciplina
Militari, Venet. 1575, fol. Lib. rar.

Ferrarii (Octavii) De Re Vestiarii, libri 7. Pa-
tav. 1685. 4to. cum fig.

Ferrerii (Zacharii) Hymni Novi Ecclesiastici,
juxta veramMetriet Latinitatis normam, he. accedit
Breviarium Ecclesiasticum, Roma?, 1525, 4to.

Festus de Verborum Significatione, fol. Venet.
Jo. de Colonia, 1474. 10s. 6d. A copy on vellum,
in Mr, Edwards's Catalogue, 1790, was valued at
101. l Os.

240 F I

Figuli (Nigidii) Fragmenta, a Rotgersio, l2mo.
Lugd. Bat. Elz. 1650.

Publius Nigidius Figulus was contemporary with,
and intimate friend to Cicero. This great orator re-
presents him as the most learned man, next to Varro,
which Rome could boast of. He was very useful to
Cicero in detecting the conspiracy of Catiline : but
having espoused Pompey's interest against Ctesar,
he was banished, and died in exile about 45 years
before our Lord. He was a great augur and astrolo-
ger, and St. Augustin says he got the surname Figu-
lus, i. e. a Potter, because he made use of a simile
drawn from a potter's wheel, to answer the following
objection made to his science of astrology! Why
have not twins the same lot in life ? Figulus, like
every other would-be occult philosopher, is said to
have written in such an abstracted and occult manner,
that his contemporaries neglected his writings, for
this plain reason they could not understaiul them :
and perhaps that reason was founded on another,
ijot less powerful they could twt be understood.

Fischeti (Guil.J Rhetoricorum, libri tres, accedit
Panegyricus a Roberto Gaguino versibus composi-
te in Parisiorum Sorbona, per Ulric. Gering, Mar-
iinum Crantz, et Michael. Friburger, circa annum
X470, The first Edition of this work, and the first
book printed at the Sorbonne. It is very scarce,
and has sold as high as 501.

Epistolae ad Cardinalem Beparionem

et alios, in Parisior. Sorbona ; absque nota anni, 4to.
circa 1471. A rare Edition.

f I 241

William Fischet y or Fichei, was doctor of the Sor-
bonne, and rector of the university of Paris, and
afterwards chamberlain \o Pope Sixtus IV. He
was the first who introduced printing into Fiance j
and he did it by engaging the three German prin-
ters mentioned above to set up an office at the Sor-
bonne in 1470.

FiordeVertu, " The Flower of Virtue." Ve-
neL Nic. Jenson, 1470. The typography, size,
and paper of this book are exactly similar to the De
cor Puellarum, Luctus Christianorum, and the
Gloria Mulierum y all printed by Jenson in the same
yean See the three former described, vol. 3. pp.

99y &C

Ficini {Marsilii) Theologia Platonica, sive de
Animarum Immortalitate, Florent. per Anton. Mis-
cominum, anno 1482, fol. Edit, princ. Lib rar.

Liber de Vita Triplici in ties libros divisuS:

primus, de Vita sana ; secundus, de Vita knga ;
ettertius, de Vita coelitus, Florent. 1489, fol.

Idem Liber, Paris, circa ann. 1489, 8vo.

Editio vetus,

Epistolarum Famiiiarium, libri 1 2, Venetiis,

llieron. Blondi, 1 495, fol.

4to. Florent. per Koburger, 1497.

Opera Omnia, Basil. 1591, 2 vol. fol.

Marsilius Ficinus was born at Florence in 1433.
He was in favour with the Medicis, from whom he
received many marks of esteem. He was addicted,
like most of the philosophers of his time, to judicial
astrology, and endeavoured to persuade hinfielf and'"

others, that Plato and Plotinus were Christians.
His writings contain a variety of curious matter.

Ficorni (Fmncisci) Dissertatio de Larvis Sceni-
cii, ct Figuris Comicis antiquorura Romanorum,
Romse, 1750, 4to. et 1754, 4to. This work was Off.
ginally written in Italian.

Gemmae antiquse litteratae, aliasque rario-

res ; accedunt Vetera monumenta ejusdem aetate re-
perta, cum annot. Nicd. Gakotti, Romas, 1757, 4to.

Dictionarium Succo-Laponicum, a Petro Fiejll-
stRon, Stolckom, 1738, 8vo.

- Grammatica Laponicum, Stolckom.

1738, accedit Ganandri Gram. Lapon. Stolckom.
1743, 12mo.

Fieni (Thoma) De Viribus Imaginations, Lugd.
Batav. Elzev. 1635, 18vo.

De Formatione et de Animatione Fcetus,

8vo. Apologia pro libro praced. 8vo. 1629.

Thomas Fiemis, born in 1566, was physician to
the duke of Bavaria, and afterwards professor of
medicine at Louvain.

Fierci (Baptistce) Mantuani Medici Ccena, circa
1490, 4to.

Figrelii (Edmundi) De Statuts Illustrium Ro-
manorum, liber singularis, Holm. 1656, 8vo.

Figuli (Caroli) Dialogus qui inscribitur Botano-
methodus, Coloniae, 1514, 4to. Lib. perrar.

Ichthylogia, seu Dialogus de Piscibus, Co-
lonic, 1540, 4to.

" Mustela, Dialogus inter Eucharium et

Li * 4S

Arionymum, Colon. 1540, 4to. Sometimes joined
to the preceding. Both very- scarce.

For Nigidius Figulus see p. 240, where it has
been inserted by mistake.

Firmicus (Maternus) De Errore Prophanarum
Religionurn, a Matth. Flaceo, 8vo. Argentin. 1562.

a Joan. JVowerio, 1 603, 8vo.

a Jacobo Oiselio, 8vo. Lugd. Bat 1 672.

Best Edition : connected with Minutius Felix.

cum Notis Woweri et cum Minutii Fe-

licis Octavio, Oxon. 1678, 8vo.

Julius Firmicus Maternus was bishop of Milan
in 340, under the emperor Constance.

Firmici (Julii Materni) Matheseos, seu Astro-
nomicorum, libri 8, exrecensione Antonii Lauri, a
Pescennio Francisco Nigro, fol. Ven. Simon. Bevi-
lacqua, 1497. Edit, prime.

ab eodem, fol. Venet. Aid. 1499. In-
ter Astronomos Vcteres.

ab eodem, fol. Regii, de Mazzalis,

1503. A singular Edition, and such a correct copy
of the Aldine, that were it not for the date 1 503 at
the end, it could not be distinguished from the ori-
ginal. Abbe Boni.

a Nicolao Prucknero, fol. Basil. 1533.
'' Inter Astronomos Ve teres, Gr. et Lat.

Basil. 1589, 8vo.

with MatiiliuSf Proclus, Theon, &c.

fol. Venet. 1597, 10s. 6d.

De Nativitatibus, fol. Ven. Bevilacqua,



244 F L

This Firmicus Maternus must not be confounded
with the bishop of Milan ; though it is probable he
rived about the same time. The former was a
Christian, this latter was a Gentile. The work is
full of reveries.

Missa Latina, que olim ante Romanam, circa an-
num Domini 1100 in usu fuit, bona fide ex vetusto
authenticoque Codiee descripta ; cum additamentis
quibusdam ejusdem Argumenti, et Praefatione Mat-
ihia (Francowitz) Flacci lllyrici ; adjuncta est
T3eati Rhenani Praefatio in Missam Chrysostomi a
Xeone Tusco, anno Domini 1070 versam. Argent.
1557, 8vo. The original Edition is extremely
scarce, because the Catholics got it almost entirely
suppressed. Of the few copies which remain,
some are found imperfect. Care must be taken that
the Latin Preface of Beatus Rhenanus on the Mass
l>e found in it. With this, the work has sold at
J 2l. 1 2s. without it, for li. The piece contains 1 1 7

Eadem Missa : accedunt Liturgis ex Jus-

tino, Clementc Alexandrino, et Dionysio Areopa-
gita, necnon Observationes antiquissimas circa Bap-
tizatos confitentes. Coloniae, 1536.

Matthuv (Francowitz) Flacci lllyrici, Liber de
Sectis, dissentionibus et confusionibus Doctrina?,
Reiigionis, Scriptorum et Doctorum Pontificiorum.
Basiiea?, 1565, 4to. Very scarce

Ejusdem Flacci lllyrici Historia certa-

minum inter Romanos Episcopos et Sextam Cartha-
gincnsem Synodum Africanasque Ecclesias, de Pri-
matu sen potcstate Papa?, bona fide ex authentic!*

FL 245

Monumentis collecta: accedunt Monimicirta qua>.
dam vetusta etTractatus singulars contra Primatum
seu tyrannidem Pap*. Basileae, 1554, 8vo. One of
the scarcest of this author's tracts.

Matthia (Fr.) Flacci Illyrki Sylvula Carmi-
num aliquot a diversis piis et eruditis viris conscrip-
torum, quibus variae de Religione Sentential et Con-
troversial expiicantur. Absque nota Editionis, anno
1553, 8vo. Very scarce.

Antilogia Papa?, hoc est de Corrupto^cclesise
Statu et totius Cleri Papistici perversitate ; auctore
eodera Flacco Illyrico, cum Prafatione Wolfgangi
Wissemburgii. Basileae, Oporinus, 1555, 8vo.
Very rare.

Contra Papatum Romanum a Diabolo inventurn,
(edente Matthia Flacco Illyrico.) Impress, absque
nota Editionis, anno 1545, Svo. Very rare.

Scriptum contra Primatum Papae, ante annos 120
compositum ; item Matthia Flacci Illyrici (Fran-
cmvitz) de eadem materia. Magdeburgi, (CaL Marr
tii 1550,) 8vo,

Scripta quasdam Papce et Monarcharum de Con-
ciiio Tridentino, nunc primum in lucem edita, cum
Praefatione Mat. Flacci Illyrici. Basilea?, absque
nota impressoris et anni, 8vo. ,

Ejusdem Illyrici Apollogia pro suis De-

monstrationibus, in Controversial, Sacra rnentaria,
contra Theod. Bezae Cavillationcs, 1556, 8vo. To
tliis volume is joined a small piece, entitled, liepcti-
tiones Apologia M. Flacci Illyrici, dc Logo d al Us
qiubusdam. Jenae, anno 1561, 8 vo. " ...

Y 3

246 th

Matthia (Franc.) Flacci lllyrici Liber de Occa-
sionibus vitandi errorem in essentia injustitiae origi-
nalis ; item, de eximia ulilitate summaque necessi-
tate Doetrinae de Essentia Imaginis Dei ac Diaboli,
justitiaeque ac injustiti* originalis. Basileae, apud
Petrum Pernam, 1569, 8vo.

Ejusdem Flacci lllyrici Liber de Voce

et Re Fidei contra Pharisaicum Hypocritarum fer-
mentum; cum Praefatione Philippi Melanctlionis.
Basilea?/per Joan. Oporinum et Ludovicum Lucium,
anno 1555, 8vo.

Ejusdem Flacci lllyrici Refutatio sophis-

matum et elusionum quae pro Sacramentario errore
contra Sacrosanctum Testamentum Christi aflerri
solent ; una cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem argu-
menti. Absque Editionis nota, anno 1567, 8vo.

< Ejusdem Flacci lllyrici omnia Latinc

Scripta Hactenus sparsim, contra Adiaphoricas frau-
des et errores edita, et quaedam prius non excusa.
Magdeburgi, 1550, 8vo.

Varia Doctorum piorumque virorum de Corrupto
Ecclesiae Statu Poemata, ante nostram aetatem con-
scripta et edita, cum Praefatione Matthite {Franco*
vitz) Flacci lllyrici. Basilese, Lucius, 1557, 8vo.
Very scarce and curious.

Carmina vetusta ante 300 annos scripta, qua? de-
plorant inscitiam Evangelii, et taxant abusus Cere-
moniarum ; edita cum Praefatione Matthite {Fran-
cvmtz) Flacci lllyrici. Witebergae, 1548, 8vo.
A keen satire against the Church of Rome. Very

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Refutatio Invectivae Bruni contra Centurias Histo-
rian Ecclesiastical, in qua simul recitantur amplius
100 Historica maximique momenti Papistarum men-
dacia. Authore eodcm Matthia ( FrancowitzJ
Flacco Illyrici. Basileae, Oporinus, 1556, 4to.

Catalogus Testium Veritatis, qui ante nostram
aetatem Pontifici Romano, ej usque erroribus recla-
marunt, cum Pra:fatione Matthia (Francowitz)
Flacci Iliyrici. Argent. 1562, et Basil. Oporinus,
1562. The Basil Edition, 8vo. 1556, is far less

Catalogi Testium Veritatis Auctarium, quo Mo-
numenta, &c. in integrum restituuntur ; cui adjuncti
sunt tres alii Tractatus Matt. Flacci Illyrici hacte-
nus desiderati. Cattopoli, 1677, 4to.

Clavis Scripturas Selecta?, seu de Sermone Sacra-
rum Litterarum ; auctore eodem Matt. Flacco II-
lyrico. Basil. Oporinus, 1567, fol.

Disputatio de Peccato Originali et Libero Arbitrio,
inter Matt. Flaccum Illyricum, et Victorinum Stri-
gelium. Bremx, 1562, 4to.

Ejusdem Flacci Illyrici notae quaedam
clarissimx vera de Fals. Relig. quibus etiam rudiores
queunt, Papistarum esse Falsam Religionera. Mag-
deburgi, 1549, 8vo. Scarcely a copy of this is to
be found.

f. Ejusdem Flacci Illyrici Pemonstra-
tiones de Essentia Imaginis Dei et Diaboli, justitiae-
que ac injustitiae originalis, cum testimoniis veterum.
Basil. 1569, 8vo.

. Ejusdem Illyrici Consensus unanimis

343 F L

Primitivae Ecclesise de non Scrutando Dlvinae Gene-
rationis Fill Dei modo. Basil. 1560, 8vo.

Matthue Flacci Illyrici Defcnsio sanas Doc-
trinae de originali justitia ac injustitia aut peccato.

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