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the authorship of it, but also the title of Jerome to be regarded as the translator. He thinks that it may embody the rule of Pachomius as augmented by his successors. It is remarkable that this Regula, which comprehends in all a hundred and ninety-four articles, is divided into several parts, each with separate titles; and Tillemont supposes that they are separate pieces, collected and arranged by Benedictus Anianus. Editions This Regula was first published at Rome by Achilles Statius, A. D. 1575, and then by Petrus Ciacconus, also at Rome, A. D. 1588. It was inserted in the Supplementum Bibliothecae Patrum of Morellus, vol. i. Paris, 1639; in the Bibliotheca Patrum Ascetica, vol. i. Paris, 1661; in the Codex Regularum of Holstenius, Rome, A. D. 1661; and in successive editions of the Bibliotheca Patrum, from that of Cologn. A. D. 1618: it appears in vol. iv. of the edition of Lyon, A. D. 1677, and in vol. iv. of the edition of Galland, Venice, A. D. 1765, &c. It is given also in V
was reprinted l8vo. Frankfort, 1541 and 1554, by Henry Stephens, l2mo. Paris, 1578, and by Claudius Chapelet, 8vo. Paris, 1609, with various other pieces. In all these editions they were given anonymously. They were afterwards inserted in the Appendix to the Bibliotheca Patrum, ed. fol. Paris, 1624, and in vol. xi. of the edition of the Bibliotheca Patrum, fol. Paris, 1644, and vol. xiv. of the edition of 1654. The Latin version had appeared in the Bibliotheca as compiled by De la Bigne, A. D. 1575. In all the editions of the Bibliotheca the Homero-Centra are ascribed to Eudocia or to Patricius Pelagius and Eudocia conjointly. They were reprinted, 12mo. Leipsic, 1793, by L. H. Teucher, who professed to have revised the text. In this edition the poem consists of two thousand three hundred and forty-three lines. Further Information Fabric. Biblioth. Graec. vol. i. p. 552, &c., vol. xi. p. 706; Cave, Hist. Litt. vol. i. p. 403, ed. Oxford, 17400-43; Olearius, De Poctriis Graecis, 1
he Latin version of the writings of the pseudo-Dionysius, A. D. 1557; and with the Clementina and the Latin version of the Epistolae of Ignatius, fol. A. D. 1569. It appeared also in the following collections : the Micropresbyticon, Basel, 1550; the Orthodoxographa of Heroldus, Basel, 1555; in the Orthodoxographa of Grynaeus, Basel, 1569; in the Mella Patrum of Francis Rous, 8vo. London, 1650; and in the various editions of the Bibliotheca Patrum, from its first publication by De la Bigne, A. D. 1575. The Greek text was first published by Halloix, subjoined to the life of Polycarp, in his Illustrium Ecclesiae Orientalis Scriptorum Vitae et Documenta, vol. i. fol. Douai, 1633; and was again published by Usher, with the Epistolae of Ignatius, 4to. Oxford, 1644, not in the Appendix Ignatiana (which came out in 1647) as incorrectly stated by Fabricius ; by Maderus, 4to. Helmstadt, 1653; and in the Patres Apostolici of Cotelerius, 2 vols. fol. Paris, 1672; and Amsterdam, 1724; of Ittigius,