Geo'rgius PERIPATETICUS or Geo'rgius the PERIPATETIC
41. PERIPATETICUS, or ANEPONYMUS, or GREGORIUS ANEPONYMUS.
Fabricius speaks of two works as having been published by Jo. Voegelinus, 8vo. Augsburg A. D. 1600. One is described as Epitome Organi Aristotelici,
Gr. Lat., by Gregorius Aneponymus (i. e. without a surname); the other as Compendium Philosophicae,
Gr. Lat., by Georgius Aneponymus.
The two are probably one and the same work (comp. Fabr. Bibl. Gr.
vol. iii. pp. 220, 494), and may probably be identified with a work noticed by Allatius (Diatrib. de Georg.
apud Fabr. Bibl. Gr.
vol. xii. p. 120) as extant in MS., and described by him as Georgii Monachi Epitome Philosophiae.
Jo. Voegelinus, 8vo. Augsburg A. D. 1600.
It appears that a Latin version of the same work by Laurentius Valla was published in 8vo. at Basel, A. D. 1542; in which the original was ascribed to Nicephorus Blemmyda.
Fabric. Bibl. Gr.
vol. xi. p. 630.