Barraeus / Rene Laurens de la Barre
(1580)
Apud Guilielmum Iulianum (Adams T414)

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There are two issues of this edition, with different title pages and printers:

Michael Julianum (Crowned Star)            William Iulianum (Friendship)

As far as I know they are identical in contents.

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1580 : BARRAEUS : Paris, edited by Barraeus (Rene Laurens de la Barre). Adams T414. Size is folio. Issued by William Julianum at the sign of friendship. Contains the works of Tertullian and Arnobius. I've located copies of this near me, and obtained photocopies of some of the material. Checked  

Other copies listed at:  

Contents are:

Location Content
Title page(GIF) Text reads:

Opera Tertvlliani et Arnobii qvotqvot ab interitv indvstria potverint, cvm vetervm exemplarivm tvm recentiorvm collatione restituta, locis scripturae aucta, & illustrata commentariis quae alias authoribus subobscuris & difficillimis non mediocrem lucem afferre poterunt.(Those works of Tertullian and Arnobius which have by diligence kept from destruction, restored with a collation of not only the old exemplars but also more recent ones, with scripture references added and illustrated with the commentaries which in other authors rather obscure and most difficult no mediocre light they will be produced)

Omnia studio et labore Renati Laurentii de la Barre. (All by the study and labour of Rene Laurens de la Barre)(RP)

Additis indicibus fidissimis & amplissimis. (With the addition of the largest and most accurate indices)(RP)

Followed by printer's logo etc as above.

Title page verso CATALOGVS OPERVM: List of works contained.
EXTRAICT DV PRIVILEGE DV ROY: at bottom of page.
pp 3-4 D.D.DE LA BIGNE SACRAE | THEOLOGIAE DOCTORI, PRAECEPTORI | PLVRIMVM SEMPER OBSERVANDO RENATVS | LAVRENTIVS. S.

(Note that pagination starts here) Dedication to De La Bigne.

pp 5-7 REVERENDISSIMO IN CHRISTO PATRI PRIN-| CIPI, AC DOMINO D. STANISLAO TVRCO EPISC. | Olomucensi, &c. digissimo, Beatus Rhenanus Seletstadtensis S. D.

Rhenanus dedication of 1521, which talks about the Paterniacensis and Hirsaugensis mss, plus a visit to Strasbourg (Argentoratum).

pp 8-11 TERTVLLIANI VITA PER RENATVM | LAVRENTIVM : Life of Tertullian, by Barraeus.
pp 11-12 AVTHORVM NOMINA QVORVM FIDE ET TESTIMONIO ANNO-|TATIONES CONSCRIPTAE SVNT. In Bury copy. List of authors referred to in the notes; in Colchester copy reads: Authorum quorum fide et testimonio annotationes conscriptae sunt.
p. 1 Q. SEPTIMII FLORENTIS | TERTVLLIANI PRESBYTERI, | DE PATIENTIA LIBER. | ARGVMENTVM LIBRI SEQVENTIS | PER BEATVM RHENANVM.| Scribit Tertullianus quasi Encomium Patientiae, Deum ipsum ...

Confiteor ad dominum deum satis temere me si non etiam | impudenter de patientia componere ausum, cui...

ANNOTATIONES. | DIsputare super eo ...

(Note numbering restarts) De Patientia. Heading, then Argument, then text, then a line, then Annotations.

Notes refer to Paterniacensis, Gorziensis, and ex collatione Gorziensi.

p11 DE CARNE CHRISTI, LIBER.

Argument by B.R. Annotations at foot of page. Note that p.21 has header of DE PATIENTIA LIBER (sic).

Codex references:
p. 12.
5. Quid tanti fuit edoce. Gorziense exemplar Hirsaugiensi consentiens hic habet edoce, consciens. Paterniacense vero, Quid tanti fuit edocuit. ...
p. 15. Ex Gorziensi.
p. 18. Ex Gorziensi collatione.
lot of other refs to G.

p 25 DE RESVRRECTIONE CARNIS LIBER.

p. 27. ... 3. Quo cuneo decurrendum sit. Brit. codex restituit occurrendum. ...
p. 28. ... Restituimus ex Gorziensi collatione deprauatam lectionem. ...
p. 32. ... Paterniacensis codex ... other refs to G
p. 36. ...
7. Ad bestias pronunciari. Cod. Brit. pronunciaris ... Codex Britannicus ... Cod Brit.
p. 44. ...
Ex Gorziensi ...
Other refs to G.
p. 64. ...
in cod. Britannico...

p 67 De praescriptione.

pp. 67-74 missing from Bury St. Edmunds volume. Starts with 75-78 in place of 67-70, then pp71 ff.

p. 75 headed DE RESVRRECTIONE CARNIS LIBER.
p. 78. ...
aut ut cod. Brit. intelligetur. ...
Also references to Gorziensis collation

p 97 End of Prae. Start of Adv. Iud.
p. 105 Chapter headings start in Adv. Iud. Printed note "* Cod. B. nouum" in the margin against the words in the text vetus testamentum. But not in the Bury copy - the asterisk is in the text, but the marginal note isn't there.
p. 127 Adv. Marc. I
p. 147 Adv. Marc. II
p. 165 Adv. Marc. III
p. 185 end of III, start of Adv. Marc. IIII
p. 236 Adv. Marc. V
p. 241 Chapter headings begin for Adv. Marc., indicating the books of the New Testament being discussed, and continue to the end.
p. 263 Adv. Hermog.
p. 283 Adv. Val.
pp. 311-3 Explanatory material on Valentinianism, with diagram of the Aeons, etc, on p313.
p 314 Adv. Prax.
p. 332 De Corona
p. 363 Ad Mart.
p. 372 De poentit.
p. 385 De virg.
p. 399 De habitu mulieri
p. 406 De cultu fem.
p. 421 End of De cultu, Start of Ad Uxorem I
p 426 End of Ad Ux I, start of Ad Ux. II
p 434 De fuga
p. 446 End of De Fuga, start of Ad Scap.
p. 452 End of Ad Scap., start of Exort. Ad. Cast
p. 464 End of Exhort, start of De Monog.

I looked for references to the British MS but didn't find any. Only G was referred to.

p. 481 End of De Monog, start of De Pallio
p. 492 End of De Pallio, start of De Trinitate

p. 517. Non est homo tantum. Alias legitur in codice Britanneo.

At the end of the page:

Q. SEPTIMII FLORENTIS TERTVLLIANI, | libri de Trinitate finis.

(End of the book on the Trinity)

p. 518 De Testimonio
p. 522 End of De Test., start of De anima.
p. 527 Start of chapter headings for De anima, continuing to the end of the work, and all numbered henceforth too
p. 580 End of De Anima, Start of De Spectaculis. All chapters have headings, which appear to be those listed in CCL as from a ms - ch X is De Munere, for instance - but the ms doesn't have them all, but this edition does. Here are all the tituli in the text:

p. 584. DE TITVLIS. CAP. II.
p. 584. DE APPARATIBVS CAP. III.
p. 585. DE LOCO CAP. IIII.
p. 586. DE ARTE CIRCI. CAP V
p. 586. DE THEATRO. CAP. VI.
p. 587. DE ARTIBVS SCAENICIS. CAP. VII.
p. 588. DE ARTIBVS CAP. VIII.
p. 588. DE AGONIBVS. CAP. IX.
p. 588. DE MVNERE. CAP. X.

Ms readings are few - the notes explain technical terms. p. 585: 10 Murtia enim. * Legebatur in vetustis cod. Sed mendose. ....

pp. 589-596 Missing in Colchester copy (but see below)
p. 597 End of De Spect., start of De Baptismo.

p. 603. 4. Quid enim. Variant non-|nihil Codices, Parisiensis vetus inepta repetitione hoc modo: Quid enim necesse & non ... This is the only ms reference.

p. 604 End of De Bapt., start of Contra Gnosticos Scorpiacus.

In the Colchester copy, the missing 589-596 follow page 608.

p. 616 De idol.
p. 628 DE PVDICITIA LIBER.

Interesting references to an old Paris ms and a German ms. Few notes though.

p. 628. 2. Quae non apud Deum. Alius in cod. Britannico: quae non apud deum egisset.
p. 632. 2. Xistice vanitatis. Gymnastice & palestri-|cae executionis: proxime leges in lusus, non inclusus, quod suerat codex vetustus Parisiensis.
p. 634. Al. in vetere exemplari: ...
p. 641. 1. Negat enim. Germanicus codex: Negat enim no omnino delinquere, & in hoc &c. ...

p. 644 ... Q. SEPTIMII FLORENTIS TERTVLLIANI, | de pudicitia finis.|
Q. SEPTIMII FLORENTIS | TERTVLLIANI CARTAGINENSIS DE|
IEIVNIO ADVERSVS PSYCHICOS.| ...

End of De Pudicitia, start of De ieiunio. Only one ms reference:

p. 645. 8. Vt vnusquisque. Alias Codex Britannicus: vt vnusquisque pronior ...

p. 653 End of Ieiun., start of De Cibis Jud.
p. 657 De oratione. Some tituli.

p. 661. Ends with words: Nam laetitia libentius, tristitia solicitius administrabit disciplinam.

p. 662 APOLOGETICVS AD-|VERSVS GENTES.

p. 665. Reference to collation of Gorziensis.

p. 711, inter alia. Chapter titles. 45 chapters.

p. 722 Admonitio ad lectorem de quibusdam Tertulliani Dogmatis (Warning to the reader about some of Tertullian's teachings).
p. 728 End of Admonitio
Not paginated, 2 leaves Scripturae sacrae loca quae sparsim in his Tertulliani libris explicantur (Scripture references)
Not paginated, 40 leaves Rerum et verborum a toto operae Tertulliani memorabilium index locupletissimus cuius littera. t. Tertulliani esse quod legitur, admonet. (Subjects and vocabulary used)
pp1-234 Arnobius (I've not detailed this).
235-240 ANIMAD. IAC. CVIACII, ALCIATI, ET HOTO-|MANI, IN TERTVLL.

Notes on Tertullian, mostly by Cuiacius, but with a paragraph each by Alciatus and Hotomanus on p.240. The Bury St. Edmunds copy ends on this page, which is followed only by a single endleaf.

7 leaves Arnobii Alphabeticus index
Next leaf, recto Excudebat Petrus le Voirrier Regius in Mathematicis Typographus, Anno Salutis humanae M.D.LXXX mense Iunio. Colchester copy has handwritten notes all over it
verso Blank, but Colchester copy has handwritten notes all over.
Next leaf, recto Colchester copy: More handwritten notes
verso Colchester copy: Blank, but ms sticking out of binding after it.

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