Homilies of Saint Joannes Chrysostomus
Homilies of Saint Joannes Chrysostomus (approximately 349-407), patriarch and archbishop of Constantinople and one of the most prolific authors in the early Christian church. Volume also includes a work by St. Basil the Great (or Basil of Caesarea, 329 or 330-379 CE), another early Christian theologian who supported the Nicene Creed, on leaves 496-549.
- 16th century
- John Chrysostom, Saint, -407 (Person)
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1 volume : Pagination: Quarto; 55 leaves; leaf numbers have been written in in two different hands at a later date. Binding: Wooden boards. Securing intact, remains of patterned cloth used as reinforcement. Stains on boards seems to indicate former half binding. Remains of leather, too. Ornamentation: Head pieces and some initials in red. Material: Paper. Scribe: Various hands. ; 19.8 x 13.7 cm
Label on lower board, number 20. Note on upper board: V3a. Verso of last leaf: B 700.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Guide to the Joannes Chrysostomus Manuscript
- Homilies of Saint Joannes Chrysostomus
- Finding aid prepared by am, 1961. Finding aid encoded by skt, 2006.
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Homilies of Joannes Chrysostomus, Department of Special Collections, MS C76, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas