Paterius

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Paterius (died 606) was a bishop of Brescia. He is known as a compiler, in particular of works of Pope Gregory I, for whom he worked as a notary.

His sole surviving work is the Liber testimoniorum veteris testamenti,[1] an anthology of Gregory's biblical exegesis, arranged in the order of the biblical passages discussed. The work survives in over 120 complete or partial manuscripts.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Schøyen 2008
  2. ^ Martello 2012, p. 435

References[edit]

Clark, Francis (1987). The Pseudo-Gregorian Dialogues, vol. 1 (of 2). Studies in the history of Christian thought, nos. 37–38. Leiden: E.J. Brill. ISBN 90-04-07773-1. OCLC 15648122. 
Martello, Fabrizio (2012). "Paterius". In P. Chiesa and L. Castaldi, eds. La trasmissione dei testi latini del medioevo. Mediaeval Latin Texts and their Transmission. Te.Tra. 4. Florence: Sismel-Edizioni del Galluzzo. pp. 431–446. 
Paterius (1849) [c. 600]. "Liber testimoniorum Veteris Testamenti ex opusculis S. Gregorii Magni, lib. I–XIII" (PDF). In J.-P. Migne (ed.). Sancti Gregorii Papae I cognomento Magni, Opera Omnia: vol. 5 (PDF online reproduction [2006] by Cooperatorum Veritatis Societas). Patrologiae Cursus Completus sive, Bibliotheca universalis, integra, uniformis, commoda, oeconomica, omnium SS. patrum, doctorum scriptorumque ecclesiasticorum qui ab aevo apostolico ad usuque Innocentii III tempora floruerunt; series prima: Patrologia Latina,. vol. 79. Paris: J.-P. Migne. cols. 0683–1136D. OCLC 74114264.  (Latin)
Schøyen, Martin (Summer 2008). "Checklist of Patristic literature: MS 041" (22nd internet edition). The Schøyen Collection: Checklist of Manuscripts. London and Oslo: Schøyen Collection. Retrieved 2009-07-21.