Tou hagiou patros hēmōn Epiphaniou, Episkopou konstanteias Kyprou, Eis ton physiologon; tou autou eis ta Baia logus = Sancti Patris nostri Epiphanii, episcopi Constantiae Cypri, Ad Physiologvm Public

Contains 25 chapters of the Physiologus, a study on animals and their behavior, (Greek text and Latin translation), and a homily of the feast of Psalm Sunday (Greek with Latin translation). The "Ad physiologum" consists of Greek original and Latin translation interspersed with Ponce de Leon's Latin commentary. "Beati Epiphanii Episcopi Cypri In die festo palmarum" consists of Greek original and Latin translation on opposite pages. Coll.-vert. C. Ponce de Leon; coll. (P. Angelius Bargaeus; F. Sagerius; Symeon Metaphrastes Logotheta, s.). The ascription to Epiphanius has been put in doubt by the fact that several other Greek and Latin churchmen have been mentioned as the author, none of whom has been authenticated. Cf. K. Krumbacher. Geschichte d. byzantinischen Litt. (2d ed.) p. 877.


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Creator Contributor Subject Publisher Language Identifier
  • Call Number: BR65 E653H3 1588
Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 16 unnumbered pages, 124 pages, 11 unnumbered page : illustrations ; 18 cm
Alternative title
  • Eis ton physiologon.
  • Physiologus. Latin & Greek
  • Beati Epiphanii Episcopi Cypri In die festo palmarum
  • Sancti Patris nostri Epiphanii, episcopi Constantiae Cypri, Ad Physiologvm. Eiusdem in die festo palmarum sermo. D. Consali Ponce de Leon Hispalensis, S.D.N. Sixti V. Cubicularij secreti, interpretis & scholiastae bimestre otium. Ennis Iphigenia. Otio qui nescit vti, plusnegotij habet Quàm cùm est negotium in negoti.
  • Ad physiologum.
Additional physical characteristics
  • Includes index
Physical repository Collection
  • Early Printed Books Collection
  • Gift of Beryl Rowland estate.
Provider Genre Is referenced by
  • Indexed in: Plantin press 1126
Date digitized
  • January 22, 2001
Technical note
  • 600 dpi tiff. Metadata by KD.
  • 1588
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