Augustinus, De musica – ed. M. Jacobsson, Introduction by M. Jacobsson and L. J. Dorfbauer (CSEL 102)
This is the first critical edition of all six books of Augustine’s De musica. Originally meant as part of a series of treatises on the liberal arts, it is especially important because of its presentation of metrics. Book six offers a theological discussion of perception based on the concept of numerus (“rhythm”). Thus, De musica is a fascinating document of Augustine’s intellectual development from secular learning to Christian philosophy.
- Fortunatianus Aquileiensis, Commentarii in evangelia – ed. L. J. Dorfbauer (CSEL, spring 2017)
- Fortunatianus redivivus. Bischof Fortunatian von Aquileia und sein Evangelienkommentar – hrsg. L. J. Dorfbauer (Extra Seriem, spring 2017)
CSEL 100: Prosper, Liber epigrammatum
Prosper Aquitanus, Liber epigrammatum – ed. A. Horsting 2016, CSEL 100
International Colloquium held at the University of Salzburg, 17th – 19th September 2015
Bishop Fortunatianus of Aquileia’s Commentary on the Gospels found
An anonymous commentary on the Gospels in MS Köln, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibl. 17 (s. IX1/3) has now been identified by Lukas J. Dorfbauer as the work of bishop Fortunatianus of Aquileia.
Film: The New Erfurt Sermons
Historical background — scholarly evaluation — edition Length: ca. 6 minutes FILM (ca. 27 MB) List of references (September 2009)