ORIGEN – Opera Quae Quidem Proferri Potuerunt Omnia – 1604

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ORIGEN / GENEBRARDUS Gilbertus (GENEBRARD Gilbert) – Origenis Adamantii magni illius et vetusti scripturarum interpretis et secundi Ecclesiae post Apostolos Magistri. Opera quae quidem proferri potuerunt omnia. Doctissimorum virorum studio iam olim translata, & recognita: atque multiplici indice copiosè locupletata. Nunc postremò à GILBERTO GENEBRARDO Theologo Parisiensi, divinaru(m) Hebraicarumq(ue) literarum professore Regio, partim cum Graeca veritate collata, partim libris recens versis & è regia Bibliotheca depromptis aucta. Quorum nomenclaturam sequens elenchus indicabit. Caetera eiusdem praefatio et collectanea illustrabunt. AD CAROLUM REGEM CHRISTIANISSIMUM Origenis adamantii operum complectentium ea maxime, quae ipse in Novum Testamentum est Commentatus. Ex quibus antehac a nobis non aediti, apparent jam commentarii in Evangelium Ioannis, tum dialogi aliquot adversos Marcionistas. Praeter quos denuo Libri adversus Celsum. Diversi denique tractatus è Regia Bibliotheca deprompti quibus quantum cum veteri translatione conveniat prudens lector iudicabit. PARS SECUNDA Origenis philocalia. De aliquot praecipuis Theologiae locis et quaestionibus. Gilberto Genebrardo, theologo parisiensi, divinarum hebraicarumque literarum professore Regio Interprete – 1604. Parisiis, Cum privilegio regis. Half leather with marbled boards; nerves, titles and gilt friezes; coloured fore-edges; folio, 39.5 cm; 2 volumes; pp. 1308 overall; normal traces of time and use, lacks in the bindings (reversed between parts I and II), some sporadic and irrelevant walkways and woodworm holes in the bindings and interiors. Printed on two columns in Latin, also in italics. The title pages have allegorical engravings and the first two have red and black characters; initials and end caps with engravings. Presence of side calls. The first volume: 1bl, pp. (24) + 571 (due to a numbering error – if there are several – they seem 567pp), 1bp 1bl. In vol II: 1bl,  559 pp., 1bp, 62 pp, 1bl, (80) pp., 1bl. This work (three texts in two vols.) Presents the complete work of Orìgene Adamanzio (Alexandria of Egypt, 185 – Tire, 254), a very famous theologian, writer and catechist.