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l.c. cols. 1177-1392.

0870 XCI. cols. 657-717.

1871 l.c. cols. 721-1017.

2872 l.c. cols. 364-649.

3873 l.c. cols. 1417-1424, and this; vol., p. 409.

4874 Cf. Neander and Bach in loco.

5875 Grundlehner, p. 22; Langen, p. 20.

6876 The usual date is 676. Grundlehner says (p. 19), "probably about the year 680."

7877 This Life is summarized by Lupton, pp. 22-36.

878 The term is prwtosuvmboulo", " chief councillor." This is commonly interpreted " vizier," but that office did not then exist. Langen (p. 19) thinks " chief tax-gatherer" a more likely translation. Cf. Lupton, p. 27.

9879 See this vol. p. 456.

0880 See analysis, p. 630.

1881 Lequien (i. § 452) conjectures that he was ordained before the iconoclastic controversy broke out, because in a sermon he alludes to the peaceful condition of the empire, which was not applicable to the time after that event. Cf. Lupton, p. 57.

2882 Grundlehner (p. 55, n.1) accepts the statement of the Menaea Graecorum that John of Damascus died at the age of 104, and sets the date at "about 780."

3883 This famous tale falls of its own weight. Even Roman Catholics, like Alzog (Patrologie, 2d ed., p. 405) admit that it lacks support. It is certainly noteworthy that the second Nicene council apparently knew nothing of this miracle. Cf Grundlehner, p. 42 n.; Langen, p. 22.

4884 Langen, p. 22.

5885 Carefully analyzed by Lupton and Langen.

6886 De Imaginibus Orationes III., in Migne, XCIV.

7887 l.c. col. 1232-1284.

888 l.c.. col. 1284-1317.

9889 l.c. col. 1317-1420.

0890 Langen, p. 141.

1891 Page 461.

2892 Phgh; gnwvsew", in Migne, l.c. col. 521-1228.

3893 This is his own statement, l.c. col. 533.

4894 Kefavlaiafilosofikav, l.c. col. 521-676. Lupton, pp. 67, 68; Langen, pp. 46-52. There is a special essay by Renoux, entitled, De Dialectica Sancti Joannis Damasceni (1863).

5895 Langen, p. 46.

6896 Peri;aijrevsewnejnsuntomiva/ l.c. col. 677-780.

7897 Ekdosi"ajkribh;"th'"ojrqodovxoupivstew". l.c. col. 789-1228.

898 The exact date rests upon the statement of John of Brompton that the translation was made in the same year in which the Thames was frozen over, i.e. in the Great Frost of 1150. Cf. Lupton, p. 70.

9899 Migne, l.c. col. 1217.

0900 Lequien gives thirteen and the fragment of a fourteenth; but some, if not many, of them are not genuine.

1901 See p. 405.

2902 Migne, vol. XCVI., col. 860-1240.

3903 Brunet gives the titles of Latin, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Danish, Norwegian and Bohemian translations. It was abridged in English under the title Saint Josaphat. Lond., 1711. It appears in the Golden Legend. The Greek text was first printed in 1832.

4904 So Langen, pp. 251-254.

5905 Lupton, p. 217.

6906 l.c. col. 781-813.

7907 Langen, p. 238.

8908 Lupton, p. 212.

909 Schaff, Creeds, vol. ii., pp. 552-54.

0910 Neander, vol. iii., p. 554. Comp. above, p. 307 sqq.

1911 Cf. chapter V.§ 70.

2912 Cf. the exhaustive analysis of his works by Hergenröther (vol. iii. pp. 3260.

3913 Bibliotheca or Muriobivblion, Migne, CIII., CIV. col. 9-356; Hergenröther, III. pp. 13-31.

4914 Hergenröther, p. 14, 28-31.

5915 Best edition, by Dobrée, Fwtivoulevxewnsunagwghv. Photii Lexicon e codice Galeano descripsit R. Porsonus. London, 1822, 2 vols.; reprinted 1823 in Leipzig.

6916 Migne, CI. col. 45-1172.

7917 Hergenröther (vol. iii., pp. 31 sqq. ) tells at length the curious story of the singular way in which the Amphilochia has gradually come to the knowledge of modern scholars.

8918 Collected in Migne, l.c. col. 1189-1253.

919 Commonly called Syntagma Canonum, Migne, CIV. col. 441-976, and Nomocanon, ibid. col. 976-1217.

0920 The Nomocanon is minutely discussed by Hergenröther, l.c. iii. 92-128. See also F. A. Biener, Geschichte der Novellen Justinians, Berlin, 1824; and De Collectionibus canonum ecclesiae Graecae. Schediasma litterarium. Berlin, 1827. Card. J. B. Pitra, Juris eccles. Graec. historia et monumenta. Rome, 1868. Hergenröther, Griech. Kirchenrecht bis zum Ende, des 9ten Jahrhunderts. Mainz, 1870.

1921 Dihvghsi"peri;th'"tw'nneofavntwnManicaivwnajnablasthvsew", in Migne, CII. col. 16-264. Cf. Hergenröther, l.c. iii. 143-153.

2922 Liber de S. Spiritus Mystagogia, first published by Hergenröther at Regensburg, 1857; Comp. his Photius, III. l54-160, and Migne, CII. 280-400. The word mustagwgivais used in the same sense as iJerologivaor qeologiva, sacra doctrina,

3923 Hergenröther, Photius, III. 157.

4924 Ibid. 160-165.

5925 Sunagwgai;kai;ajpovdeixei"ajkribei'", in Migne, CIV. col. 1220-1232.

6926 Hergenröther, l.c. p. 174.

7927 See above, p. 314 sq.

8928 Migne, CII., col. 585-989. They are analyzed by Du Pin, l.c. 106-109.

929 Migne, CII., col. 548-576.

0930 Ibid. col. 577-584.

1931 Cf. Gass in Herzog2 IX. pp. 677-679.

2932 It is found in Migne, and utilized in the great hagiographies of A. Lippomani (Paris, 1551-60, 8 vols. ), Surius (Cologne, 1570-79, 6 vols. ) and the Boltandists (1643-1875, 61 vols.).

3933 Du Pin, in loco.

4934 Migne, CXIV. col. 209-292.

5935 Their names are given in Migne, CXVIII. col. 9.

6936 This is the name likewise of the narrowest part of the Euboic Sea.

7937 Migne, CXXIII.-CXXVI. col. 104.

8938 Migne, CXXVI. col. 105-129.

939 Ibid. col. 129—144.

0940 Ibid. col 288-305.

1941 Ibid. col. 253-285.

2942 Ibid. col. 152-221.

3943 Ibid. col. 221-249.

4944 Viz. Exhortations, On Virtues and Vices, and Way of the King, spoken of farther on.

5945 Neander, l.c. p. 586.

6946 Gass in Herzog,2 s. v. xii. 340.

7947 See lists in Allatius, Diatriba, in Migne, CXXII. col. 498-532.

8948 Ermhneivakata;paravfrasintou'a[/smato"tw'naj/smavtwn. Ibid. col. 537-685.

949 Didaskalivapantodaphv. Ibid. col. 688-784.

0950 Peri;ejnergaiva"daimovnwn. Ibid. col. 820-876.

1951 Epistolaiv. Ibid. col. 1161-1185.

2952 See p. 642.

3953 rakthvre". Migne, CXXII. col. 901-908.

4954 Ibid. col. 908-910.

5955 Peri;dovgmato". Ibid. col. 812-817.

6956 Suvnoyi"tw'nnovmwn. Ibid. col. 925-974.

7957 In her Alexiad (XV. 490, Migne, CXXXI. col. 1176) she extols his learning and piety.

8958 Migne, CXXX.

959 Migne gives the sources.

0960 Contra Massalianos; Contra Bogomilos; Disputatio de fide cum philosopho Saraceno; Dialogus Christiani cum Ismaelica (all in Migne, CXXXI. col. 4048; 48-57; 20-37; 37-40).

1961 Migne, CXXVIII. col. 41-end.

2962 Migne, CXXIX. col. 107-end.

3963 Manuel was warlike and dissolute and ground the people down under heavy taxes. The petition alluded to is given in Migne, CXXXV. col. 925-932. Cf Gibbon, Harpers’ ed. V. 81, 82.

4964 Homer, Dionysius Periegetes the geographer, Pindar and probably Aristophanes. His "vast commentary" on Homer is a perfect storehouse of classical learning and Homeric criticism, and has unique value from its numerous extracts of lost scholia. It was first published and beautifully printed, at Rome, 1542-50. 4 vols. Perhaps tidings of its prospective issue had reached Zwingli; for his friend James Amman writes to him from Milan on April 19, 1520, evidently in answer to his queries: Commentaria Eustothii in Homerum Mediolani non extant, nec satis compertum habes, num Romae an vel alibi excusa sint; nemo id me edocere potest. Zwingli, Opera, VII. 131. The Proaemium to Pindar, all that is now extant, is given in Migne, CXXXVI. col. 369-372 Greek only). The commentary on Dionysius Periegetes was first printed by Robert Stephens, Paris, 1547.

5965 See hisAllocatio ad Imperatorem cum esset Myrorum metropolita electus in Migne, CXXXV. col. 933-973.

6966 Neander, IV. 530-531.

7967 Ibid 535.

8968 Migne, CXXXV. col. 973-1032.

969 He wrote a valuable history of this siege, Narratio de Thessalonica urbe a Latinis capta, Migne, CXXXVI. col. 9-140.

0970 Migne, CXXXV. col. 520-540.

1971 Ibid. col. 540-560.

2972 Four orations, ibid. col. 561-728.

3973 CXXXVI. col. 141-216; 264-301.

4974 De emendanda vita monachica, CXXXV. col. 729-909.

5975 Ad Stylitam quendam Thessalonicensem, CXXXVI. col. 217-264.

6976 Epistola ad Thessalonicenses, CXXXV. col. 1032-1060; De obedientia magistratui Christiano debita, CXXXVI. col. 301-357; De simulatione, ibid. col. 373-408; Adversus implacabilitatis accusationem (or Contra injuriarum memoriam), ibid. col. 408-500.

7977 CXXXVI. col. 1245-1334 (Greek only).

8978 Interpretatio hymni Pentecostalis Damasceni in Mai, Spicilegium Romanum, V. (Rome, 1841) pp. xxiv. 161-383, and in Migne, CXXXVI. col. 504-753.

979 Qhsauro;"ojrqodoxiva". Migne, CXXXIX. col. 1093-CXL. col. 292.

0980 So Morel believed. See the interesting story in Migne, CXXXIX. col. 295.

1981 storia. Ibid. col. 309-1057.

2982 Senator was a part of his proper name. Cassiodorius is a variant of Cassiodorus.

3983 Var. xii. 15 (Migne, LXIX. col. 867).

4984 De Instit. div. litt. c. 28, 30, 31 (Migne, LXX. cols. 1141-1147).

5985 The order here followed is that of Migne.

6986 Variarum libri duodecim, in Migne, LXIX. col. 501-880.

7987 Historica ecclessiastica vocata Tripartita, ibid. col. 879-1214.

8988 Chronicon, ibid. col. 1213-1248.

989 Computus Paschalis, ibid. col. 1249, 1250.

0990 De Getarum sive Gothorum origine et rebus gestis, ibid. 1251-1296.

1991 Expositio in Psalterium. Migne, LXX. col. 9-1056.

2992 Inst. I. 4. 1. 1. (Migne, LXX. col. 1115) "Sequitur qui nobis primus est in commentatorum labore."

3993 The Expositio in Canticum, which comes next in the editions, is now thought to be by another author. So Garet (Migne, LXX. col. 1055).

4994 Institutiones divinarum et secularium lectionum. Ibid. col. 1105-1220.

5995 So Ebert l. 477. Their common titles are (a) De institutione divinarum litterarum. (b) De artibus et disciplinis liberalium litterarum.

6996 De orthographia. Migne, LXX., col. 1239-1270.

7997 Prefatio. Ibid. col. 1241, 1. 9.

8998 De anima. Ibid. col. 1279-1308.

999 Complexiones in Epistolas et Actus apostolorum necnon in Apocalypsim. Ibid. col. 1321-1418.

01000 Ibid. col. 1219-1240.

1001 The birth-place of Pascal, in the department of Puy de Dome, 220 miles S. by E. from Paris.

21002 Monod, p. 29.

31003 He was charged with having accused Fredegund wife of Chilperic, of adultery with Bertrand, bishop of Bordeaux. Hist. Franc. V. 49, (Migne, l.c., col. 364).

41004 Historiae ecclesiasticae Francorum libri decem. Migne, LXXI. col. 159-572.

51005 X. xxxi. 19. Migne, col. 571-572.

61006 Ibid. col. 705 sqq.

71007 The dates given above are Monod’s, l.c. pp. 41-49.

81008 Montalembert says she was the superior of forty convents and a thousand nuns (Eng. trans. I. 419). But this is mere tradition.

91009 The canons of these councils are given by Hefele, III. 72, 73; 79-88.

01010 This has its bearings on the case of Gottschalk.

1011 Vita S. Isidori, 33-36, in Migne, LXXXII. col. 45-49.

21012 Allegoriae quaedam Sacrae Scripturae, Migne, LXXXIII. col. 97-130.

31013 De ortu et obitu patrum qui in Scriptura laudibus efferuntur, ibid. col. 129-156.

41014 In libros V. ac N. T. prooemia, ibid. col. 155-180.

51015 Liber numerorum qui in S. S. occurunt, ibid. col. 179-200.

61016 De, V. et N. T. quaestiones, ibid. col. 201-208.

71017 Mysticorum expositiones sacramentorum seu quaestiones in V. T. ibid. col. 207. 434.

81018 De fide catholica ex V. et N. T. contra Judaeos, ibid. col. 449-538.

91019 Fragments of an old High German translation have been published by A, Holtzmann, Karlsruhe, 1836, and by Weinhold, Paderborn, 1874.

01020 Sententiarum libri tres, Migne, LXXXIII. col. 537-738.

1021 It was probably itself suggested by Prosper’s Sentences from Augustin.

21022 Synonyma de lamentatione animae peccatricis, Migne, ibid. col. 825-868.

31023 The term "synonyms" was apparently given to it because there are so many ideas repeated in slightly different words.

41024 De ordine creaturarum liber, ibid. 913-954.

51025 De ecclesiasticis officiis, ibid. col. 737-826.

61026 I. 18, ibid. col. 754-757.

71027 Regula monachorum, ibid. col. 867-894.

81028 See p. 657.

91029 Etymologiarum libri XX. Migne, LXXXII. col. 73-728.

01030 Arevalo, Prolegomena, c. 53, in Migne, LXXXI. col. 337-340.

1031 Differentiarum, sive de proprietate sermonum, libri duo, LXXXIII. col. 9-98.

21032 De natura rerum, ibid. col. 963-1018.

31033 See Becker’s ed. for a careful statement of his sources.

41034 Chronicon, LXXXIII. col. 1017-1058. In abbreviated form in the Etymologies, cf. V. 39. Migne, LXXXII. col. 224-228.

51035 De Civitate Dei, XXII. 30 (ed. Dombart, II. 635, Clark’s Aug. Lib. II. 544).

61036 See the essays of Hertzberg, already mentioned in Lit.in §155 II.

71037 Historia de regibus Gothorum, Wandalorum et Suevorum, Migne, LXXXIII. col. 1057-1082.

81038 Ebert, I. 566.

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