Marcus Eremita, Nicolaus, Hesychius Presbyter
Τὰ εὑρισκόμενα συγγράμματα — Paris 15631.450 €
Τῶν Ἁγίων Πατέρων. Μάρκου Ἐρημίτου, καὶ Ἀσκητοῦ, Νικολάου, Ἡσυχίου Πρεσβυτέρου, τὰ εὑρισκόμενα συγγράμματα.
Marci Eremitae, Nicolai, Hesychii Presbyteri, opera quae extant. — Parisiis, M. D. LXIII. Apud Guil. Morelium in Graecis typographum regium [Paris, G. Morel, 1563].
8vo (168 x 108 mm). *2, A-Z, AA8. Blank Aa8: pp. (4), 382. Early ownership-entry on title, anotherone deleted. Underlinings and marginal annotations in brown ink. Title-page with the Basilisc device of the Royal Greek Printer. Contemporary limp vellum, a bit worn on fore-edges. – Hoffmann II 580; Adams M-554; Fabricus, Bibl. Gr. IX, 267: hi octo libelli … gr. una cum Nicolai, monachi, ad Marcum epistola, nitide editi a Guil. Morello, Paris 1563.
The otherwise probably unknown Nicolaus mentioned on the title-page seems to have been a friend of Marcus Eremita. His text printed here is an Ἀντίγραφον to Marcus‘ treatise Νηπτικά. Marcus Eremita is said to have been superior at a laura at Ancyra who in his later years became an eremite near St. Sabba. Others identify him as an Egyptian monk. The text of Hesychius Presbyter who lived in the 5th century like Marcus is a λόγος of moral maxims to an unidentified Theodoulos: πρὸς Θεόδουλον, λόγος ψυχωφελής περὶ νήψεως καὶ ἀρετῆς κεφαλαιώδης, τὰ λεγόμενα ἀντιῤῥητικὰ καὶ εὐκτικά.