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Antiochus

*)Anti/oxos), a MONK of the monastery of St. Saba, near Jerusalem, flourished at the time of the taking of Jerusalem by the Persians. (A. D. 614.)


Works


πανδέκτης τῆς ἁγίας γραφῆς, an epitome of the Christian faith

He wrote, besides other works of little importance, one entitled πανδέκτης τῆς ἁγίας γραφῆς, an epitome of the Christian faith, as contained in scripture, in 130 chapters.

Editions

This work was first published in Latin by Tilman, Paris, 1543, 8vo., reprinted in the Bibliotheca Patrum, Paris, 1579; Colon. 1618; Lugd. 1677.

The original Greek was first published by Fronto Ducaeus, in the Auctarii Bibl. Par. Paris, 1624, reprinted in Morell's Bibl. Pair. Paris, 1644. A considerable fragment of it is printed in Fabricius' Bibl. Graec. x. p. 501.

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