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Eustathius Antiochenus

In Hexahemeron commentarius … — Lyon 1629

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In Hexahemeron commentarius: ac de Engastrimytho dissertatio adversus Origenem. Item Origenis de eadem Engastrimytho […] Leo Allatius primus in lucem protulit, Latine vertit: notas in Hexahemeron adiecit: dissertationem de Engastrimytho syntagmate illustravit. [In Greek & Lat.] — Lugduni, Sumptibus Laurentii Durand, M.DC.XXIX. [Lyon, Durand, 1629].

Editio princeps

4to (230 x 174 mm). (28)ff., 142 pp.; (1)f., 532 pp. Light watermargin to lower outer corner, a bit foxed and toned.

Contemporary stiff vellum; upper fly-leaves starting to loose.

Provenance: Le Goux de la Berchère (1647-1719), his arms on both covers. – Hoffmann II2 114.

Contents:

f. 1: title

f. 2-4: Letter by Allatius to Pope Urban VIII

f. 5-7: Letter to Cardinal Francesco Barbarino

f. 8-10: Letter to the reader

f. 11: Carmen encomiasticon by Alexandro Rainaldi

f. 11b-12: Ode by I. A. Andrea

f. 12b: Francesco Lucido on Allatius

f. 13: Ode by Lucido

f. 14: Approbatio

f. 14b: Summa Privilegio, dated 15 Jan. 1630

f. 15-27: Index rerum memorabilium

f. 28: Haec versio Latina Francisci Lucidi addenda est in Hexahemeron notis …

pp. 1-94: Eustathius in Hexahemeron commentarius

pp. 95-111: Ioannes Chrystomos in Eustathium

pp. 112-142: Veterum scriptorum aliquot de Sancto Eustathio

pp. 143-316: Leonis Allati in Eustathii Antiocheni Hexahemeron notae uberiores, et collectanea.

pp. 317-532: Eustathii de Engastrimytho dissertatio adversus Origenem. Item, Origenis de eadem Engastrimytho [i. e. the witch of Endor, Samuel I 28].

322-327: Sam. I 28 in the Greek, and three translations into Latin (transl. ex Sept., Vulgata, transl. Heb. Sanct. Pagnini)

328-344: Origenis De Engastrimytho

345-411: Eustathius contra Origenem

413-532: Leonis Allatii De Engastrimytho