Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum vetere vulgata interpretatione Latina, ex trium ... Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum vetere vulgata interpretatione Latina, ex trium ... Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum vetere vulgata interpretatione Latina, ex trium ... Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum vetere vulgata interpretatione Latina, ex trium ...

Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum vetere vulgata interpretatione Latina, ex trium manuscriptorum codicum collatione, integritati suae restituta. Accessit & Ignatianarum epistolarum versio antiqua alia, ex duobus manuscriptis in Anglia repertis, nunc primum in lucem edita. Quibus praefixa est, non de Ignatii solum & Polycarpi scriptis, sed etiam de apostolicis constitutionibus & canonibus Clementi Romano tributis.

Polycarp, Saint, Bp. of Smyrna; & Ignatius, Saint, Bp. of Antioch.

Published by Excudebat Leonardus Lichfield Academiae Typographus, Oxoniae, 1644
From SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) (Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.)

AbeBooks Seller Since April 10, 2001 Seller Rating 4-star rating

Association Member: ABAA

Quantity Available: 1

Buy Used
Price: US$ 1,000.00 Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 8.00 Within U.S.A. Destination, rates & speeds
Add to basket

30 Day Return Policy

About this Item

Controversies have stages and the Ignatian Controversy had three. In the period from the first printing of the Ignatian letters (1495) till 1644, the Longer Greek recension was all that was known and it was accepted despite early awareness of some spurious aspects. => The second stage began with the publication of the present work in which Bishop Ussher printed the letters based on the Shorter Greek recension as found in Latin manuscripts in Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and in the private collection of Robert Montagu ? the Greek text for which was soon found and published two years later. The final stage came in 1845 with the discovery of the Syrian ?extract.? The texts of the Epistles of Polycarp and Ignatius are here presented in parallel columns, in the Greek of the Longer recension and in Robert Grosseteste's mid-13th-century Latin translation. Ignatius' Greek text is printed in red and black; red for words and passages not appearing in the Latin version reproduced on pp. 195?238, and, in the "Emendanda," for words and passages not appearing in the Greek text on pp. 239?41. Besides editing and translating the letters, Irish-born Ussher provides notes and an essay, ?De Ignatii Martyris Epistolis, indeque . . . de Polycarpi quoque scriptis, atque Apostolicis Constitutionibus et Canonibus Clementi Romano tributis,? at the end of the volume. The ESTC record indicates that a portion of this work was salvaged from an edition of Ignatii, Polycarpi, et Barnab?, epistolae atq[ue], martyria quibus praefixa est de Polycarpi & Ignatii scriptis Jacobi Usserii archiepiscopi armachani dissertatio: quae in hoc volumine continentur alia, operi praefixa synopsis indicabit that was accidentally burnt while being printed by Lichfield in 1642. Provenance: 17th- or 18th-century ownership signatures of "Will. Young" and of "John Dearle." In early 19th century given to Kenyon College by John Foster of Hertfordshire; in the 20th century in the library of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School (properly deaccessioned). 4to (21.5 cm; 8.5"). cxlvi, [1], 243, [2], 53 pp. Wing (2nd ed.) P2789; Wing (rev. ed.) U185; Madan, II, 1739?1744; ESTC R203207. Contemporary sprinkled calf, modestly tooled in blind with a double rule on covers; rebacked, original spine label reattached, new front free endpaper. Library bookplates and one-line rubber-stamps on pastedowns but not title-page; one leaf with small loss of paper in lower margin, not affecting text. Edges of title-leaf and leaf following darkened from offset of the turn-ins. => Solid, handsomely printed, interesting. Bookseller Inventory # 34456

Ask Seller a Question

Bibliographic Details

Title: Polycarpi et Ignatii epistolae: una cum ...

Publisher: Excudebat Leonardus Lichfield Academiae Typographus, Oxoniae

Publication Date: 1644

Edition: 1st Edition

Store Description

Mail order only.

Visit Seller's Storefront

Association Member Members of these associations are committed to maintaining the highest standards. They vouch for the authenticity of all items offered for sale. They provide expert and detailed descriptions, disclose all significant defects and/or restorations, provide clear and accurate pricing, and operate with fairness and honesty during the purchase experience.
Terms of Sale:

Everything is guaranteed to be as described, everything is offered subject to prior sale, everything is sold as on approval; all prices are net, with postage, handling, and insurance extra.

Anything sent may be returned for any reason within 5 days of receipt, although
prior notice is required and the returned item must be packed according to our instructions; credit will be applied when the item has arrived back at PRB&M in the same condition as when shipped and will include postage both ways i...

More Information
Shipping Terms:

Unless we are otherwise instructed, delivery in the U.S. is typically by USPS priority mail on orders $300 and under and by UPS ground service on orders over that, with overnight or second-day delivery readily arrangeable at an additional charge; shipment abroad is by USPS air mail service.

List this Seller's Books

Payment Methods
accepted by seller

Visa Mastercard American Express

Check Money Order PayPal Bank Draft Bank/Wire Transfer