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TOTAL NUMBER OF BIBLIO IN CORPUS: 4772

Displaying 61 - 80 of 4772
Nid Author(s)/Editor(s) Yearsort descending Title Ref type
11031 Eusebius, Cremonensis 1844-1880
Eusebius, Cremonensis, Vita divi Hieronymi, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Latina‎ 22, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1844-1880: cols. 235–238.
‎♦ Monk from Cremona, Italy; disciple and companion of Jerome, and his successor in 420 as abbot of Jerome’s monastery in Bethlehem; d. ca. 423; Biography of St. Jerome, written after his death in 420.
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11174 Liberatus, diaconus Carthaginensis 1844–1880‎
Liberatus, diaconus Carthaginensis, Breviarum causae Nestorianorum et Eutychianorum, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Latina‎ 68, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris, 1844–1880‎: cols. 969–1052.
‎♦ ‎ On the theological strife in the fifth and sixth centuries and against the condemnation of the Tria Capitula at the the Fifth Ecumenical Council (see Conc. CP AD 553); written in 560.
Ancient Text
18059 Newbold, T. 1846
Newbold, T., "On the Site of Ashtaroth", The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 16 (1846): 331-338.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/1798240
Journal article
15345 Carmoly, E. 1847
Carmoly, E., Itinéraires de la Terre Sainte des XIIIe, XIVe, XVe, XVIe et XVIIe siècle, traduits de l'hébreu, et accompagnés de tables, de cartes et d'éclaircissements, Bruxelles, 1847.
https://archive.org/details/itinrairesdelate00carm/page/n7
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11112 Stephanus, Byzantius 1849
Stephanus, Byzantius, Ἐθνικά, edited by Meineke, A., Berlin (Graz 1958), 1849.

‎♦‎ Grammarian; sixth-century; Geographical lexicon, compiled according to some scholars between 539 and 545, and according to others between 528 and 535.

Ancient Text
9005 Tobler, T. 1853
Tobler, T., Topographie von Jerusalem, Berlin, 1853.
Book
11392 Bollandus, J. 1853
Passio sancti Vari, in: Acta Sanctorum, first ‎edition‎. Oct. VIII, edited by Bollandus, J., Brussels, 1853: 428–435.
‎♦ Passion of Varus, martyred in Egypt under Galerius (305–311); cf. P. Cheneau, Les Saints d’Egypte, Jerusalem 1923, II, pp. 426–437
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9004 Tobler, T. 1854
Tobler, T., Zwei Bücher Topographie von Jerusalem und seining Umgebungen, Berlin, 1854.
Book
19201 Van de Velde, C. W. M. 1854
Van de Velde, C. W. M., Narrative of a Journey through Syria and Palestine in 1851 and 1852, Edinburgh, 1854.
https://archive.org/details/narrativeajourn00veldgoog
Book
12084 Theodoret, of Cyrrhus, Evagrius 1854
Theodoret, of Cyrrhus and Evagrius, History of the Church, London, 1854.
Book
14628 Saulcy, Félicien de, 1807-1880 1854
Saulcy, Félicien de, 1807-1880, Narrative of a journey round the Dead Sea, and in the Bible lands, in 1850 and 1851 : including an account of the discovery of the sites of Sodom and Gomorrah, London, 1854.
https://archive.org/details/narrativeofjourn02saul
Book
11032 Zacharias, Hierosolymitanus‎ 1857
Zacharias, Hierosolymitanus‎, Epistola, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 86 ii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857: cols. 3227–3234.
‎♦ Patriarch of Jerusalem 609–after 614; deported to Persia after the conquest of Jerusalem; On the conquest of Jerusalem by the Persians in 614.
Ancient Text
9003 Robinson, E., Smith. E. 1857
Robinson, E. and Smith. E., Later Biblical Researches in Palestine and in the adjacent Regions. A Journal of Travels in the Year 1852, Boston, 1857.
Book
14493 Robinson, E., Smith, E. 1857
Robinson, E. and Smith, E., "Khirbet Beit Sakariye", in: Later Biblical Researches in Palestine and in the adjacent Regions. A Journal of Travels in the Year 1852, Boston, 1857: 283-284.
Book Section
11389 Migne‎, J. P. 1857-1866
Acta Maximi confessoris, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 90, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 109–205.
‎♦ Acts of the monk and theologian Maximus, surnamed ‘the Confessor’, who died in 662 after suffering persecution under Emperor Constans Pogonatus because of his opposition to Monothelitism; written by a contemporary author.
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11179 Leontius, Neapolitanus 1857-1866
Leontius, Neapolitanus, Vita sancti Symeonis Sali confessoris, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 93, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1669–1748.
‎♦‎ Bishop of Neapolis in Cyprus; d. after 668; Biography of Symeon of Emesa, a sixth-century monk who feigned madness
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11270 Epiphanius, Constantiensis‎ 1857-1866
Epiphanius, Constantiensis‎, Panarion seu adversus LXXX haereses‎, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 42, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 340–832.
♦ ‎Palestinian monk, later bishop of Salamis Constantia in Cyprus 367–403; Against heretical sects, not all still in existence in the fourth century, if they ever were; written in 375–377
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11147 Nilus, Ancyranus 1857-1866
Nilus, Ancyranus, Narrationes, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 79, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 589–693.
‎♦ High official at the court of Theodsius I, later monk; d. after 430; Massacre of monks in Sinai by Saracens in 410 and abduction of Nilus’ son Theodulus by the barbarians. Justly ascribed to Nilus of Ancyra, according to the editor; falsely, according to other scholars
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11119 Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus 1857-1866
Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, Narratio miraculorum ss. Cyri et Joannis, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 87 iii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3423–3676.
‎♦ Damascene monk, companion of Joannes Moschus [Jo. Mosch., q.v.]; ca. 560–638, patriarch of Jerusalem 633/4–638; On the miracles enacted by the Anargyri in their sanctuary.
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11390 Migne‎, J. P. 1857-1866
In vitam ac certamen sancti patris nostri ac confessoris Maximi, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 90, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 68–109.
‎♦ Greek version of the life of Maximus the Confessor, written long after his death in 662. See also Acta Max.
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