Auxiliary Resources

This project has undertaken the transcription of a number of public-domain editions of original sources which are provided in PDF files that have been protected from printing and downloading. These texts may be searched directly using the Adobe Reader search function, and are also searchable through an Internet browser such as Google.

Pseudo-Augustinus, Sermones III de temporibus

Pseudo-Chrysostomus, Opus imperfectum in Mattheum (PG 56)

Pseudo-Seneca, De remediis fortuitorum

Pseudo-Seneca, Epistolae Senecae ad Paulum et Pauli ad Senecam

Basilius Magnus, Homiliae IX in Hexameron (PG 29)

Gregorius Nazianzenus, Orationes I-V (PG 35)

Iohannes Chrysostomus, De laudibus sancti Pauli homiliae (PG 50)

Iohannes Chrysostomus, Dialogus de sacerdotio (PG 48)

Iohannes Chrysostomus, Homiliae I-XXV in Mattheum Aniano interprete (1503)

Iohannes Chrysostomus, Homiliae I-VIII in Mattheum Aniano interprete (PG 58)

Iohannes Chrysostomus, In epistolam ad Hebraeos homeliae (PG 63)

Iohannes Gallensis, Breuiloquium (1655)

Iohannes Gallensis, Communiloquium (1475)

Iohannes Gallensis, Compendiloquium (1655)

This project has also undertaken to transcribe a previously unprinted text from Paris, BnF MS lat. 15284, a former Sorbonne manuscript that the Rouses (
Preachers, p.281) identified as Thomas of Ireland's likely source for John Chrysostom's 88 homilies on the Gospel of John, which was translated by Burgundio da Pisa in the 12th century:

Iohannes Chrysostomus, Homilia I in evangelium secundum Iohannem