This volume contains the first edition of the commentaries on the gospels by Bishop Fortunatianus of Aquileia (mid-4th century). This work, which was only discovered in the form of an almost complete manuscript in 2012, is the oldest preserved commentary on the gospels from Latin antiquity, and therefore of extraordinary significance for patristics. The critical edition of the text includes a detailed introduction.
This volume includes papers presented at the September 2015 international conference in Salzburg entitled “Forunatianus Redivivus,” which focused on the commentary on the gospels by Bishop Forunatianus of Aquileia, first discovered in 2012. To supplement the first edition (CSEL 103), these papers examine this major “new” text, so extraordinarily important for patristics, from the perspectives of philology, theology, and historiography.
- Fortunatianus of Aquileia, Commentary on the Gospels. English translation and introduction by H. A. G. Houghton, in association with L. J. Dorfbauer (Extra seriem, summer 2017)
- Gesta collationis Carthaginensis anni 411, Augustinus, Breviculus collationis, Augustinus, Ad Donatistas post collationem – ed. C. Weidmann (CSEL 104, autumn 2017)
CSEL 102: Augustinus, De musica
Augustinus, De musica – ed. M. Jacobsson, Introduction by M. Jacobsson and L. J. Dorfbauer (CSEL 102)
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)
New Augustine sermons
Four entirely new sermons and two up to now only partly known sermons were recently discovered by I. Schiller, D. Weber und C. Weidmann (scholars at the CSEL / Vienna).