Online Medieval Sources Bibliography

An Annotated Bibliography of Printed and Online Primary Sources for the Middle Ages

Source Details

Fransen, I., ed.; Coppetiers 't Wallant, B., ed.; Demeulenaere, R., ed., Florus Lugdunensis Collectio ex dictis XII Patrum III Pacianus, Theophilus, Gregorius Nazianzenus, Ephrem, Leo, Cyrillus Alexandrinus, Fulgentius, Paulinus Nolanus, Avitus (Turnhout: Brepols [Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Medievalis 193B])

Text name(s): 

Number of pages of primary source text: 397

Author(s): 

Dates: 800 - 900

Archival Reference: 

Original Language(s): 

  • Latin

Translation: 

  • Original language included.

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Geopolitical Region(s): 

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Record Types: 

  • Commentary / Gloss / Exegesis

Subject Headings: 

  • Theology - Scriptural / Exegesis
  • Church Fathers

Apparatus: 

  • Index
  • Introduction

Comments: 

Florus of Lyon, a deacon in the second half of the ninth century, was a theologian and canonist, an influential figure in the Frankish kingdom who often gave his opinion on weighty theological matters. His florilegia (compilations of sayings) of the church fathers was intended as an aide-memoire for clerics, drawing together instructive quotations useful for sermons or theological works. This volume contains an edition of his florilegium on Sts. Pacianus, Theophilus, Gregory Nazianzen, Ephrem, Leo, Cyril of Alexandria, Fulgentius, Paulinus Nolanus, and Avitus , organized by work. The editors have also edited volumes on Cyprian and Hilary of Poitiers (I, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis 193), and on Ambrose (III, CCCM 193A).

Introduction Summary: 

The editors’ lengthy (91 pp) French introduction provides an entry by entry listing of the sources from which the quotations are taken.

Cataloger: MCB

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