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TOTAL NUMBER OF BIBLIO IN CORPUS: 4761

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Nid Author(s)/Editor(s) Yearsort ascending Title Ref type
11204 Joannes, Damascenus‎ 1857-1866
Joannes, Damascenus‎, Fons scientiae: de fide orthodoxa libri IV, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 94, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 789–1228.
‎♦ Ca. 676–749; monk at the Great Laura of Saba; Theological work, second version written after 742.
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11296 Joannes Climacus 1857-1866
Joannes Climacus, Liber ad pastorem, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 88, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 1165–1209.
‎♦ Monk and head of the monastery on Mount Sinai; ca. 579–649; A guide for heads of monasteries, written in response to the Regula pastoralis of Pope Gregory I, which was translated into Greek ca. 600.
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11265 Epiphanius, monachus Hagiopolites 1857-1866
Epiphanius, monachus Hagiopolites, Enarratio Syriae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 120, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 260–272.
‎♦ Jerusalemite monk, eighth century; ‎♦ A guidebook for pilgrims to the Holy Land, probably written before 787.
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11175 Leontius, presbyter monachus et praefectus monasterii sancti Sabae urbis Romae 1857-1866
Leontius, presbyter monachus et praefectus monasterii sancti Sabae urbis Romae, Enarratio vitae et miraculorum sancti patris nostri Gregorii Agrigentinorum episcopi, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 98, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 594–716.
‎♦ Seventh-century abbott of the monastery of St. Sabas in Rome Biography of Gregory, bishop of Agrigentum in Sicily 548–630.
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11387 Migne, J. P. 1857-1866
Chronicon Alexandrinum seu Paschale, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 92, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 69–1028.
♦ ‎ Chronicle of the world up to 627, probably written during the last ten years of the emperor Heraclius (610–641).
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11117 Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus 1857-1866
Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, Vita sanctae Mariae Aegyptiae, in: Paulo Diacono interprete, Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Latina‎ 73, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris, 1857-1866: cols. 673–690.
‎♦‎ Damascene monk, companion of Joannes Moschus [Jo. Mosch., q.v.] ; ca. 560–638, patriarch of Jerusalem 633/4–638; Romanticized life of Mary, an Egyptian prostitute who came as a pilgrim to Jerusalem, was converted and lived as a hermit in the Jordan desert.
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11388 Migne‎, J. P. 1857-1866
Apophthegmata Patrum, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 65, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: 72–440.
‎♦ Anecdotes about monks and hermits in the fourth–fifth centuries
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11118 Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus 1857-1866
Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, Vita sanctae Mariae Aegyptiae, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 87 iii, edited by Migne, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3697–3725.
‎♦‎ Damascene monk, companion of Joannes Moschus [Jo. Mosch., q.v.] ; ca. 560–638, patriarch of Jerusalem 633/4–638; Romanticized life of Mary, an Egyptian prostitute who came as a pilgrim to Jerusalem, was converted and ýlived as a hermit in the Jordan desert.
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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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11271 Epiphanius, Constantiensis‎ 1857-1866
Epiphanius, Constantiensis‎, De mensuris et ponderibus, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 43, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 237–293.
‎♦ Palestinian monk, later bishop of Salamis [Constantia in Cyprus] 367–403; Abbreviated Greek version of Epiphanius’ treatise on measures and scriptural tononyms.
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11239 Eutychius, patriarcha Constantinopolitanus 1857-1866
Eutychius, patriarcha Constantinopolitanus, Sermo de Paschate et de sacrosancta eucharistia, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 86 ii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 2391–2402.
‎♦ Patriarch of Constantinople 552–565 and again 577–582; On a tradition of three Suppers of the Lord before crucifixion.
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11120 Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus 1857-1866
Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, Laus sanctorum Cyri et Joannis martyrum, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 87 iii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3379–3424.
‎♦ Damascene monk, companion of Joannes Moschus [Jo. Mosch., q.v.]; ca. 560–638, patriarch of Jerusalem 633/4–638; Eulogy for the Egyptian martyrs Cyrus and John, the ‘Anargyri’ saints who healed the sick without payment and had a famous sanctuary in Egypt. They were martyred under Diocletian.
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11391 Migne‎, J. P. 1857-1866
Vita sancti Joannis Climaci a Daniele monacho scripta, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 88, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 596–612.
‎♦ Life of John Climacus, 579–649, head of the monastery on Mount Sinai (Jo. Clim., q.v.).
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11121 Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus 1857-1866
Sophronius, patriarcha Hierosolymitanus, Anacreontica, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 87 iii, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 3733–3837.
‎♦ Damascene monk, companion of Joannes Moschus [Jo. Mosch., q.v.]; ca. 560–638, patriarch of Jerusalem 633/4–638; Poems expressing Sophronius’ love for the holy places, between the Persian (614) and the Muslim conquest (638).
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11092 Theodorus, Studita‎ 1857-1866
Theodorus, Studita‎, Epistolarum libri II, in: Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Series Graeca‎ 99, edited by Migne‎, J. P., Paris‎, 1857-1866: cols. 903–1670.
‎♦ Monk and abbot of the monastery of Studion in Constantinople; 759–826; Epistles.
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