CSEL 104: Collatio Carthaginensis anni 411
More than 500 Bishops were summoned to Carthage in 411 to put an end to the Donatist schism that had divided Africa for one century. The extensive protocol, which is largely extant and provides valuable insights in Church History, is presented in a critical edition, together with two works by Augustine, which summarize the events.
CSEL Fortunatianus: Text, Translation and Collective Volume
CSEL Fortunatianus: Text, Übersetzung und Sammelband
Fortunatianus Aquileiensis, Commentarii in evangelia – ed. L.J. Dorfbauer (CSEL 103)
Fortunatianus redivivus. Bischof Fortunatian von Aquileia und sein Evangelienkommentar – ed. by L.J. Dorfbauer (CSEL Extra Seriem)
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).