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TOTAL NUMBER OF BIBLIO IN CORPUS: 4772

Displaying 81 - 100 of 4772
Nid Author(s)/Editor(s) Yearsort descending Title Ref type
11158 Joannes Moschus 1857-1866
Joannes Moschus, Leimonarion seu Pratum spirituale, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 87 iii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 2847–3116.
‎♦ Monk in the Judaean desert; d. 619; Anecdotes of monastic life, collected by Jo. Mosch. in Palestine, Egypt, and Syria. The Greek text in PG is accompanied by a fourteenth-century Latin translation made by Ambrogio Traversari from a different Greek MS. ‎♦ The text in PG, containing 219 anecdotes, is not complete; Photius knew a collection of 304. Some additional anecdotes, not all certainly by Moschus, have been published by Mioni, Nau and Clugnet and by Nissen.
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11282 Cyrillus, Hierosolymitanus‎ 1857-1866
Cyrillus, Hierosolymitanus‎, Catecheses mystagogicae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 33, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1065–1128.
‎♦ b. ca. 315, bishop of Jerusalem 348–386; Spiritual teachings for catechumens; possibly to be ascribed to John, bishop of Jerusalem 386–417.
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11100 Symeon, stylita junior 1857-1866
Symeon, stylita junior, Epistola ad Justinum juniorem, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 86 ii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3216–3220.
‎♦ Stylite monk, 521–596; An epistle addressed to Emperor Justin II, 565–578, but probably really sent to Emperor Justinian, 527–565, about attacks of Samaritans against Christians at Porphyreon.
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11192 John, disciple of Epiphanius 1857-1866
John, disciple of Epiphanius, Vita Epiphanii Constantiae in Cypro episcopi excerpta ex voce Joannis unius ex eius discipulis, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 41, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 23–74.
‎♦ Romanticized life of Epiphanius (Epiph., q.v.), from his birth to the early years of his episcopate; based on notes taken by his disciple John and attached to the biography written by Polybius, bishop of Rhinocorura (Vita Epiph. a Polyb.).
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11283 Cyrillus, Hierosolymitanus‎ 1857-1866
Cyrillus, Hierosolymitanus‎, Catecheses ad illuminandos, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 33, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 369–1064.
‎♦ b. ca. 315, bishop of Jerusalem 348–386; Instructions for the catechumens, 348.
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11160 Modestus, hegumen of the monastery of St. Theodosius 1857-1866
Modestus, hegumen of the monastery of St. Theodosius, Incerti auctoris opusculum de Persica captivitate, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 86 ii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3236–3268.
‎♦ On the conquest of Jerusalem by the Persians in 614; ascribed by some scholars to Modestus, hegumen of the monastery of St. Theodosius and later patriarch of Jerusalem
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11101 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes, Martyrium sancti Anastasii Persae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 114, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 773–812.
‎♦ ‎Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Martyrdom of the Persian monk Anastasius in 628; see also Acta Anast. Persae.
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11102 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes‎ 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes‎, Vita sancti Xenophontis, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 114, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1013–1044.
‎♦ Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Paraphrases of a Life of Xenophon, a monk of the Great Laura of Sabas in the fifth century, written by a contemporary; see Vita Xen.
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11162 Menologium 1857-1866
Menologium, Menologium Basilii, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 117, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 19–614.
‎♦ Menologium compiled on behalf of Emperor Basilius II, 963–1025.
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11313 Antiochus, monachus 1857-1866
Antiochus, monachus, Prologus in Pandectam scripturae sacrae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 89, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1428–1429.
‎♦ From Ancyra, monk in the Great Laura of Sabas, d. after 619; Prologue to the Pandecta.
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11103 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes, Vita sancti Theodosii coenobiarchae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 114, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 469–553.
‎♦ Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Life of Theodosius ‘The Cenobiarch’, founder of a monastery in the Judaean Desert, d. 529; see also Cyr. Scyth., Vita Thds.; Thdr. Petr., Vita Thds.
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11071 Zosimas, abbas 1857-1866
Zosimas, abbas, Alloquia, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 78, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1680–1701.
‎♦‎ (a partial collection) ‎♦‎ Ascetic, fifth–sixth century; Moral sermons and anecdotes about monastic life
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11314 Antiochus, monachus 1857-1866
Antiochus, monachus, Homiliae CXXX sive Pandecta scripturae sacrae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 89, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1427–1850.
‎♦ From Ancyra, monk in the Great Laura of Sabas, d. after 619; Moral treatise, also containing passages describing the conquest of Jerusalem by the Persians; written after 614.
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11104 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes, Vita sancti Theodori Grapti, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 116, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 653–684.
‎♦ Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Life of Theodorus, 775–841, monk of the Great Laura of Sabas, nicknamed Graptus, ‘The Tattooed’, because he was condemned as an iconodule in Constantinople, and the sentence was tattoed on his face.
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11315 Antiochus, monachus 1857-1866
Antiochus, monachus, Epistola ad Eustathium, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 89, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1421–1428.
‎♦ From Ancyra, monk in the Great Laura of Sabas, d. after 619; ‎♦ Description of the Persian invasion and the conquest of Jerusalem in 614.
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11105 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes, Vita sanctae Melaniae junioris, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 116, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 753–793.
‎♦ Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Life of the Roman matron Melania the Younger, 383–439, grandaughter of Melania the Elder; with her husband Pinianus, she founded monasteries in Jerusalem.
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11197 Joannes, Damascenus 1857-1866
Joannes, Damascenus, Epistola de hymno trisagio ad Jordanem, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 95, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 21–61.
‎♦ Ca. 676–749; monk at the Great Laura of Saba; On the ‘Trisagion’ hymn, against Monophysites; written after 735.
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11133 pseudo Epiphanius, Constantiensis 1857-1866
pseudo Epiphanius, Constantiensis, De prophetarum vita eorumque obitu ac sepultura, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 43, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 393–414.
‎♦ ‎also in Vitae proph. (q.v.), pp. 2–25, 55–67, 105–106 ‎♦ ‎On the burial places of the prophets, falsely ascribed to Epiphanius (A Palestinian monk, later bishop of Salamis Constantia in Cyprus 367–403); composed in the fourth century. See Vitae Proph
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11106 Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes 1857-1866
Symeon, Logotheta dictus Metaphrastes, Vita sancti Joannis Eleemosinarii, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 114, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 896–965.
‎♦ Byzantine hagiographer, second half of the tenth century; Life of John III, nicknamed ‘the Almsgiver’, patriarch of Alexandria 610–619. Chaps. 1–6 parallel Sophr. Hier. and Jo. Mosch., Vita Jo. Eleem.; the rest parallels Leont. Neapol., Vita Jo. Eleem. (qq. v.).
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11198 Joannes, Damascenus‎ 1857-1866
Joannes, Damascenus‎, Homilia in transfigurationem Domini, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 96, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 545–576.
‎♦ Ca. 676–749; monk at the Great Laura of Saba; Sermon on Christ’s transfiguration.
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