Catalogue Entry: THEM00144

Drafts towards a history of the Church (Section 2.3)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 2.3, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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Part of SL228

[1] Ep 17

[2] ✝ Hieron. Ep. 1 in Vigilant.

[3] ✝ Ep. 2 adv. Vig

[4] ✝ πόλεις καὶ κωμαι

[5] πρεσβεια

[6] ✝ δαίμονας

[7] των αγαθων μιν επανγέλλον τας τὴν φοράν

[8] ✝ πρεσβευτας

[9] των φιλτάτων

[10] ✝ Baron an 416. §17, 18, 19.

[11] a Baron an 415 §4

[12] b Euseb Gall. Hom. de S. Steph

[13] Innecte hæc miraculis sepulchralibus

[14] Can 14

[15] ✝ Epist 22.

[16] Augustin. de opere Monach. c. 28.

[17] L. ult. de Sepulchro violato Theodos{ij}

[18] ✝ In Epistola Ambrosij ad Sororem de Prot. et Gerv.

[19] Deutr 13.

[20] 2. Thes. 2.

[21] De curat. Græc. affect. cap. 9 in fine.

[22] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[23] Ib. cap 6.

[24] Ib cap 11.

[25] ✝ In Bibl. Græc. Patr.

[26] Antiq. inscrip. in Appen. p. 1164

[27] Serm. 1 de S. Petro et Paulo.

[28] Hom 66 ad Populum Antiochenum

[29] Exposit in Psal 114 sub finem

[30] Paulin. Epist {illeg}

[31] ✝ Roma

[32] ✝ γεγενήμενος

[33] ✝ Patet hoc ex sequenti Epistola Eusebij et Theognis

[34] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[35] ✝ ejusdem consuetudinis a Marco institutæ meminit etiam Hieronymus in Epist. ad Evagrium. Eandem tamen citius abrogatam fuisse dicit. Sed Eutýchi{um} magis fidendum est de rebus propriæ sedis scribenti.

[36] ✝ Athan. in vit. Anton.

[37] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[38] ‡ In Epistola apud Athanasium Apolog. 2, sub initio.

[39] ✝ Ruffin.

[40] ✝ Apud Athanasium. Apol. 2. p 726.

[41] Apud Athan. Apol 2. p 726.

[42] ✝ Nondum quinque menses præterierant cum Alexander obijt: Meletiani autem – more canum non obliti vomitus sui, rursus Ecclesias perturbare incœperunt. Eusebius igitur hoc cognito, cum propugnator esset Arianæ hæreseos, ad illos literas dat, – & amicitiam clanculum ivit. Athanas. Apolog 2 pag 777.

[43] ‡ Apud Theod. l. 1. c. 20

[44] Apolog 2 pag 777.

[45] ✝ Hieron. Chron.

[46] ‡ , Artemius martyr sub Iuliano, Hieronymus, Ammianus, Orosius Aurel. Victor, Eutropius, alijs apud Baronium a. 324

[47] a Gentiles apud Sozom lib. 1 c. 5.

[48] b Eutrop. l 10

[49] Sidon. l. 5 Epist. 8.

[50] ✝ Baron. an 324. § 35.

[51] a. Baron. an. 324. 17, 19, 27, 35.

[52] b. Mich. Glyc. Hist. l. 4.

[53] c Zosim. l. 2

[54] d Sozom l 1. c. 5

[55] Apud

[56] ✝ καὶ συνόντα τω γεγενηκό ἀυτὸν πατρὶ

[57] ✝ Niceph l. 8. c. 31

[58] ✝ οὐσίας

[59] ✝ ὑπόστασιν

[60] ‡ τη μὲν υποστάσει τρία

[61] ✝ γέννημα

[62] ✝ Socr l 2 c 10, 11

[63] ✝ Socr. l. 2 c. 10

[64] ✝ Socr. l. 2. c. 11 Sozom

[65] ✝ Athanas. ad solit.

[66] ✝ Synod. Serd. Orient.

[67] ‡ Sozom l 3 c 7.

[68] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[69] ✝ In Biblioth. Græc. Patr.

[70] Eunap. Ædesio.

[71] ✝ Id patet ex literis quibusdam inter Basilium et Athanasium usque hodie extantibus. De quibus consule /

[72] Edit. {Fronton} Ducæi Tom {6}

[73] Antiq. inscript in Append. p. 1177.

[74] p 1172

[75] ✝ Nota morem nuncupandi vota martyribus. Ejus etiam alij meminerunt et Prudentius in Hymno de SS Hemeterio & Chelidonio Theoderitus de Curat Græc. affect c 8. Paulinus Natali 1, 2 & 4 S. Felicis, & Palladius in Hist. Laus. c 113

[76] p 1172

[77] p 1172

[78] ✝ Hieron in vita Pauli Eremita Ep 50. Athanas. in vita Antonij. Athanasium juvenem, inquit Baronius, profectum in eremum adhæsisse magno illi Antonio ipse in ejus vita a se scripta significat. Baron an: 311. 63 & an 328. 5.

[79] ✝ anno 8 Valentiniani. Greg. Turonens.

[80] ✝ De Martino vide Sozom l 3. c 14. & vitam Martini a Sulp. Severo scriptam. De Augustino verò vide August. de diversis serm 28, 29 vel 48, 49. Et Possidium in vita S. Aug.

[81] ✝ Lege 32 de Episc. et Cler. C. Theod.l

[82] L. 32 de Episc et Cler. et Cler. C Theod

[83] ✝ Vide Baron a 372. 42

[84] a L 16 de Pœnis C. Theod.

[85] b L. 20 de Episc. Eccles. & Cler. C. Theod.

[86] ✝ Baron. an. 394. 9, 10.

[87] L. 16 de Pœnis. C. Theod.

[88] ✝ De foris Episcoporum vide L

[89] ✝ Rom 13

[90] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[91] ✝ Sub Gelasio Clerus crevit Anastas. in vit. Gelasij

[92] ✝ Hieronymus in vit. Hillar. & in Isa. 20.

[93] ✝ Augustin. Epist 50.

[94] Apud Optatum l 1.

[95] ‡ Augustin. cont. Donatis post collat. l. 1, c. 33.

[96] ✝ in Prætorium

[97] Augustin. Cont Donatist. post Collat. l. 1 c 33

[98] ✝ Gesta purgationis Felicis.

[99] ✝ Parmen apud Augustinum contra Epist. Parmen l. 1, c. 5.

[100] ✝ Parmen apud Augustinum contra Epist. Parmen l. 1, c. 5.

[101] ✝ Parmen apud Augustinum contra Epist. Parmen l. 1, c. 5.

[102] Apud Baron an 314 § 44

[103] ✝ Parmen apud Aug contra Epist Parmen. l. 1 c. 7.

[104] ἀκρίτως

[105] Socr l 2 c 18

[106] NB

[107] ✝ NB. Vniversa Ecclesia ad usque hæc tempora et ultra, hunc locum sic legit, versionem 70 interpretum secuta.

[108] # Athanasius numerat tantum 280, et in his multi sunt suppositij Numerat enim 95 Ægyptios cum tamen ipsa Synodus Serdicensis tam in literis ad Ægyptios quam in literis ad Iulium Papam numeret tantum 80. Theoderito igitur magis credendum est qui ex antiquis monumentis asserit 250 fuisse.

[109] ‡ Ipsa synodus scripsit octoginta fuisse: quod verius est: nam inter 76 quorum nomina extant in fine Epistolæ eorum non occurrunt Vrsasius et Ischyras, qui tamen adfuere

[110] The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[111] ✝ Apud Athanas. ad Solitar

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