Vetus Latina Patristic Abbreviations |

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This page gives details of the author abbreviations used in the Vetus Latina For example, The final column of the table includes the number of the author in the |

A-SS | Acta vel Passiones vel Vitae Sanctorum | ||

ABD | so-called Abdias | CA 256 | |

ACH | Achille(u)s, Bishop of Spoleto | (first half of the 5th century) | CPL 1484 |

Adeodatus | Pope | (672-676) | CPL 1736 |

Adomnanus | Abbot of Iona | (d. 704) | |

AEN | Aenigmata | ||

AGA | Agapetus I., Pope | (535-536) | CPL 1693 |

Agatho | Pope | (678-681) | CPL 1737 |

Agimundus | 1996 | ||

AGN | Agnellus, Bishop of Ravenna | (d. 570) | CPL 949 |

Agnellus | Agnellus (Andreas), Abbot of St. Bartholomaeus and St. Maria ad Blachernas in Ravenna | (c. 835/846) | CPL 1182 |

Agrestius | from southern France or Aquitaine, Bishop of Lugo | (c. 440) | CPL 1463A |

Agroecius | Bishop of Sens | (mid 5th century) | CPL 1545 |

AIL | Aileran the Wise, monk of Clonard in Ireland | (d. 665) | |

Alanus | Alanus of Farfa | (d. 769/70) | CPL 1994° |

PS-ALC | Pseudo-Alcuinus | ||

ALCH | Alchfridh, hermit in Northumbria | (mid 8th century) | |

ALD | Aldhelm, Abbot of Malmesbury, Bishop of Sherborne | (d. 709) | |

[PS-ALE I. | Pseudo-Alexander I.] | ||

AM | Ambrose, Bishop of Milan | (d. 397) | |

PS-AM | Pseudo-Ambrose | ||

AM-A | Ambrosius Autpertus, Provençal, Abbot of San Vincenzo al Volturno | (d. 784) | |

Amandus | Missionary to the Netherlands | (d. 679 or 684) | |

AMst | so-called Ambrosiaster | (366/84 in Italy) | |

AN | Anonymous: various unknown authors | ||

[PS-ANAC | Pseudo-Anacletus] | ||

ANAST | Emperor Anastasius | (d. 518) | |

ANAST I. | Pope Anastasius I. | (399-402) | |

[PS-ANAST I. | Pseudo-Anastasius I.] | ||

ANAST II. | Pope Anastasius II. | (496-498) | CPL 1677 |

PS-ANAT | Pseudo-Anatolius of Laodicea | CPL 2303, cf. CPL 1620 | |

Anatolius | Patriarch of Constantinople | (449-458) | |

ANG | Angelomus of Luxeuil | (d. c. 855) | |

ANI | An(n)ianus of Celeda, deacon, Pelagian | (in the time of HI) | |

[PS-ANIC | Pseudo-Anicetus] | ||

ANS | Ansbertus, Bishop of Rouen | (d. 693) | CPL 2089 |

[ANT] | Antonius Magnus Abbas | (d. 356) | CPL 2348 |

[PS-ANT | Pseudo-Anterus] | ||

ANT-Ben | Beneventanal Missal and Antiphonary | CPL 1940 | |

ANT-G | Gallican Antiphonary | CPL 1936 | |

ANT-I | Bangor Antiphonary; Irish, end of the 7th century | CPL 1938 | |

ANT-M | Mozarabic Antiphonary | CPL 1943 | |

ANT-S | Sinai Antiphonary | ||

AP-Act | Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles | ||

AP-Apc | Apocryphal Apocalypses | ||

AP-E | Apocryphal Gospels | ||

AP-V | Apocrypha Veteris Testamenti | ||

APO | Ap(p)onius, probably abbot, central Italy | Second half of the 6th century, after EP-SC Ct, before GR-M Ct | CPL 194 |

APR | Apringius, Bishop of Beja, (Pace) in Portugal | (d. shortly after 551) | |

AR | Arnobius the Younger, African, monk in Rome | (d. after 455) | |

ARA | Arator, subdeacon | CPL 1504 | |

[ARA] | CPL 1505 | ||

ARI | Arius | (d. 336) | CPL 2025b |

ARN | Arnobius Rhetor; Africa | beginning of the 4th century | CPL 93 |

PS-ASP | Pseudo-Asper | ||

AST | Asterius, pupil of Jerome, Bishop of Ansedunum | (c. 400) | CPL 642A |

ATH | Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria | (d. 373) | |

PS-ATH | Pseudo-Athanasius | ||

ATT | Atticus, Patriarch of Constantinople | (d. 425) | |

AU | Augustine, Bishop of Hippo | (d. 430) | |

PS-AU | Pseudo-Augustine | ||

Audoinus | Bishop of Rouen | (d. 684) | CPL 2094° |

Augustalis | Bishop? African | (active before 297) | CPL 2274 |

Augustinus-C | Bishop of Canterbury | (d. 604) | CPL 1327 |

AUN | Auna(cha)rius, Bishop of Auxerre | (d. before 603) | |

Aurasius | Bishop of Toledo | (c. 603-615) | CPL 1296 |

AURn | Aurelianus, Bishop of Arles | (d. 551) | |

AURs | Aurelius, Bishop of Carthage | (d. 430) | CPL 393, CPL 396 |

AUSO | D. Magnus Ausonius of Bordeaux | (d. end 393 or beginning 394) | CPL 1387-CPL 1420 |

PS-AUSO | CPL 1422 | ||

AUSP | Auspicius, Bishop of Toul | (5th century) | CPL 1056 |

AUX | Auxentius, Gothic bishop of Dorostorum (Silistria) | CPL 691 | |

AUX-M | Auxentius, Bishop of Milan | (d. 374) | CPL 462 |

AV | Alcimus Ecdicius Avitus, Bishop of Vienne | (d. 518) | |

PS-AV | Pseudo-Avitus | ||

AV-B | Avitus of Bracara | (5th century) | |

BACH | Bachiarius, wandering ascetic, from Galicia? | (beginning of the 5th century) | |

BAR | Latin translation of the Epistle of Barnabas | (mid 2nd century) | CPL 1050 |

BAS | Basil the Great | (d. 379) | |

PS-BAS | Pseudo-Basil | ||

BEA | Beatus of Liébana, priest, Asturia | (d. 798?) | |

BED | The Venerable Bede, monk of Wearmouth/Jarrow | (d. 735) | |

PS-BED | Pseudo-Bede | ||

BEN II. | Pope Benedict II. | (684-685) | CPL 1739 |

BEN-A | Benedict of Aniane | (d. 821) | |

BEN-N | Benedict of Nursia | (d. 547?) | CPL 1852 |

[PS-BENI. | Pseudo-Benedict I.] | ||

BOB | Bobolenus, priest | (7th century) | CPL 2106 |

BOE | Boethius | (d. 524) | |

BON | Bonifatius (Winfrid) | (d. 754) | |

BON I. | Pope Bonifatius I. | (418-422) | |

BON II. | Pope Bonifatius II. | (530-532) | CPL 1691 |

BON IV. | Pope Bonifatius IV. | (608-615) | CPL 1724 |

BON V. | Pope Bonifatius V. | (619-625) | CPL 1725 |

BRAU | Braulio, Bishop of Saragossa | (d. 651) | |

PS-BRAU | Pseudo-Braulio | ||

PS-BREN | Pseudo-Brendan | CPL 1138 | |

BUL | Bulgar, Count of Septimania | CPL 1297 | |

CAE | Caesarius, Bishop of Arles | (d. 542) | |

[PS-CAE | Pseudo-Caesarius] | ||

[CAE] | CPL 1019–1019A | ||

CAEa | Caesaria, abbess in Arles (6th century); not the sister of CAE (d. shortly after 524), but the younger Caesaria, possibly a niece of CAE | (d. c. 555) | |

CAEC | Caecilianus | CPL 8513, 8520 | |

CAEL | Pope Caelestinus I. | (422-432) | CPL 1650–1654 |

Caelestius | Friend of Pelagius, probably born in Africa | (d. after 431) | |

[PS-CAL | Pseudo-Callistus] | ||

CAN | Canons | ||

CAn | John Cassianus, Abbot in Marseille | (around 360-435) | |

CAND | Candidus, Arian | (4th century), imagined by MAR | |

CAP | Capreolus, Bishop of Carthage | (d. 437) | CPL 397–400 |

CAr | Flavius Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator | (d. 583); lived in the palace in Ravenna up to 538, reached Constantinople in 540 after Belisarius and returned to Italy (Vivarium) in 554 | |

CE | Cerealis, Bishop of Castellum Ripense in Mauretania Caesariensis | (d. after 480) | CPL 813 |

Cellanus | Abbot of Péronne | (d. 706) | |

Ceolfrid | Abbot of Wearmouth/Jarrow | (d. 716) | CPL 1377° |

CHA | C[h]alcidius | (c. 400?) | CPL 578–579 |

Childebert II. (and Brunichild) | Merovingian rulers | CPL 1057 | |

Chintila | King of the West Goths | (636/40) | CPL 1534 |

CHRO | Chromatius, Bishop of Aquileia | (388-407 or beginning 408) | |

CHROg | Chrodegang, Bishop of Metz | (d. 766) | CPL 1876 |

CHROt | Chrodebert, Bishop of Tours | (d. 682) | |

CHRY | Latin translations of Chrysostom by unknown authors (printed in five volumes) | ||

PS-CHRY | Pseudo-Chrysostomus | ||

CLAU | Claudianus Mamertus, priest in Vienne | (d. c. 474) | |

PS-CLAU | Pseudo-Claudius Claudianus | (beginning of the 5th century) | |

CLAU-T | Claudius, Bishop of Turin | (Spaniard, d. c. 827) | |

Claudius | Abbot of Condat (St. Oyand, St. Claude) | (d. c. 700) | CPL 1312B |

PS-CLE I. | Pseudo-Clement I. | CPL 1007, 1008 | |

CLE-A | Clement of Alexandria | (d. before 215) | CPL 1380 |

CLE-R | Clement of Rome, Pope | (92-101?; letters from 95-96) | CPL 1001 |

CO | Ecumenical Councils (Concilia Oecumenica) | ||

[CO V. | or Conc. Oecum. V. in Eph,Phil, Col, 1 Pt; = CO 4,1] | ||

CO VI. | Sixth Ecumenical Council | CPL 9420–9437 | |

CO VII. | Seventh Ecumenical Council | ||

CO-Ag | CPL 1784 | ||

CO-And | CPL 1780 | ||

CO-Aq | CPL 160° | ||

CO-Araus | Council of Orange | ||

CO-Arel | Council of Arles | ||

CO-Arv | CPL 1785K | ||

CO-Aurel | |||

CO-Aut | |||

CO-Barc | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Brac | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Burd | CPL 17856 | ||

CO-Byz | CPL 1765B | ||

CO-Cab | CPL 17855 | ||

CO-Caes | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Carp | CPL 1785E | ||

CO-Carth | Council of Carthage | ||

CO-Cli | CPL 17854 | ||

CO-Col | CPL 1786 | ||

CO-Eg | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Elib | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Elus | CPL 1785O | ||

CO-Em | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Ep | CPL 1785B | ||

CO-Gall | CPL 17853 | ||

CO-Ger | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Hipp | |||

CO-Hisp | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Ilerd | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Lat | CPL 1774, CPL 9398–9402 | ||

CO-Latun | CPL 17857 | ||

CO-Lugd | |||

CO-Mas | CPL 1785I | ||

CO-Maslac | CPL 17859 | ||

CO-Mat | |||

CO-Med | Council of Milan | ||

[CO-Mil] | |||

CO-Narb | CPL 1785Z | ||

CO-Nem | CPL 1779 | ||

CO-Osc | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Par | |||

CO-Reg | CPL 1779A | ||

CO-Rom | Council of Rome in 679 | CPL 1775 | |

CO-Tar | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Taur | CPL 1773 | ||

CO-Thel | CPL 1770A | ||

CO-Tol | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Tur | |||

CO-Val | |||

CO-Valent | CPL 1790 | ||

CO-Vas | |||

CO-Ven | CPL 1783 | ||

COL | Columbanus, Irish | (d. 615 in Bobbio) | |

PS-COL | Pseudo-Columbanus | ||

COL-AR | Collectio Arelatensis | CPL 1625 | |

COL-AV | Collectio Avellana | CPL 1570–1622 | |

COL-B | Collectio Britannica | (Italy, c. 1090) | CPL 1625° |

COL-C | Collectio Carolina (Codex Carolinus) | ||

COM | Commodianus | (mid 3th century, around 260, in the Proconsularis | |

CON-AP | Fragments from the 8th book (n. 41-48) of the Constitutiones | ||

Constantinus I. | Pope | (708-715) | CPL 1744 |

COR | Pope Cornelius | (251-253) | CPL 50°, CPL 1851 |

[PS-COR | Pseudo-Cornelius] | ||

CORI | Flavius Cresconius Corippus | (Africa, middle of the 6th century) | |

Cresconius | A Donatist grammarian | (Africa, c. 402) | CPL 716 |

Cresconius-E | African (bishop?), who calls himself Exiguus | CPL 1769 | |

CU-D | Cummianus (Cumeanus, Cummíne), Abbot of Durrow | (7th century) | |

CU-L | Comianus Longus (Cuimmíne Fota or Foto), Abbot of Clonfert | (d. 662) | |

CUTH | Cuthbert (Guthberct), monk and Abbot of Wearmouth/Jarrow | (8th century) | CPL 1383 |

CY | Thascius Caecilius Cyprianus, Bishop of Carthage | (d. 258) | |

PS-CY | Pseudo-Cyprian | ||

CY-G | Cyprianus presbyter, from Gaul | (5th century) | |

CY-T | Cyprianus, Bishop of Toulon | (d. c. 549) | |

CYR | Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria | (d. 444) | |

PS-CYR | Pseudo-Cyril of Alexandria | ||

DAM | Pope Damasus | (366-384) | |

PS-DAM | Pseudo-Damasus | ||

DEF | Defensor, monk of Ligugé | (c. 700) | CPL 1302 |

DES | Desiderius, Bishop of Cahors | (d. 655) | CPL 1303 |

Dictinius | Priscillianist Bishop of Astorga | (4th century) | CPL 797 |

DID | Didymus the Blind, Alexandria | (d. c. 398) | |

DIDa | Didascalia Apostolorum | CPL 1738 cf. CPL 1731 | |

DIDe | Didache (Latin translation) | CPL 1736 | |

DIN | Dinamius Patricius (Provence) | (d. 601) | |

[PS-DION | Pseudo-Dionysius] | ||

DION-E | Dionysius Exiguus, Scythian monk in Rome | (d. c. 545) | |

DO | Record of the Conference between Catholics and Donatists (Gesta conlationis Carthaginiensis); Carthage, May 411; cf. the summary in AU bre | CPL 724 | |

DOM | Rustic(i)us Helpidius Domnulus | (Gaul, 5th century) | |

DON | Donatus, Bishop of Besançon | (d. 660) | |

Donatistae | |||

DRA | Blossius Aemilius Dracontius | (Carthage, end of the 5th century) | |

Dulcitius | Imperial courtier; his questions are probably around 423 | ||

DY | Flavinius Dynamius, Rhetor of Bordeaux | (d. 360/70) | CPL 536A |

PS-EGB | Pseudo-Egbert of York | ||

[PS-ELE | Pseudo-Eleutherius of Tournai] | CPL 1004A | |

[PS-ELE-P | Pseudo-Eleutherus, Pope] | ||

ELI | Eligius, Bishop of Noyon | (d. 660) | |

ELP | Elpis (or Helpis), unknown author | (7th century) | CPL 1539 |

Emeritus | Donatist bishop of Caesarea | (d. 418) | |

EN | Magnus Felix Ennodius, Bishop of Pavia | (d. 521) | |

PS-EN | Pseudo-Ennodius | ||

PS-EP | Pseudo-Epiphanius | ||

EP-L | Epiphanius Latinus, Bishop of Seville | (411/61) | CPL 914 |

EP-SA | Epiphanius of Salamis | (d. 403) | |

EP-SC | Epiphanius Scholasticus, friend of Cassiodorus | (6th century) | |

EPH | Ephrem the Syrian | (d. 373) | |

PS-EPH | Pseudo-Ephrem | ||

ER | Eraclius, pupil and follower of AU | ||

EUCH | Eucherius, Bishop of Lyon | (d. c. 450) | |

PS-EUCH | Pseudo-Eucherius | ||

EUGE-C | Eugenius, Bishop of Carthage | (d. c. 505) | |

EUGE-T | Eugenius II., Bishop of Toledo | (d. 657) | |

PS-EUGE-T | Pseudo-Eugenius of Toledo | ||

EUGI | Eugippius, Abbot of Castellum Lucullanum in Naples | (d. shortly after 535) | |

Eulogius | (5th/6th century) | CPL 1152B | |

EUS-A | so-called Eusebius of Alexandria | (5th century) | CPL 5524–5526 |

EUS-C | Eusebius of Caesarea | (d. 339) | |

[PS-EUS-C | Pseudo-Eusebius of Caesarea] | ||

EUS-E | Eusebius of Emesa | (d. c. 359) | CPL 3525, CPL 3526 |

EUS-G | so-called Eusebius Gallicanus | CPL 3543 | |

[PS-EUS-P | Pseudo-Eusebius, Pope] | ||

EUS-V | Eusebius, Bishop of Vercelli | (Bishop around 344-355 and again 363–371) | |

Eusebius | see Hwaetberht | ||

EUST | Eustathius | CPL 2835 | |

[PS-EUTn | Pseudo-Eutychianus] | ||

EUTR | Eutropius, Bishop of Valencia | (d. after 589) | CPL 1095, CPL 1096 |

EUTR-P | Eutropius, priest probably in Aquitaine | (beginning of the 5th century) | |

EVA-A | Evagrius of Antioch | (d. 393) | CPL 2101b |

EVA-G | Evagrius Gallicus, monk | CPL 482, CPL 1101b | |

EVA-P | Evagrius Ponticus | (d. 399) | |

EVAN | Evantius, Archdeacon of Toledo | (d. 737) | CPL 1076 |

[PS-EVAR | Pseudo-Evaristus] | ||

EVO | Evodius, Bishop of Uzalis | (d. after 426) | |

[PS-FAB | Pseudo-Fabianus] | ||

FAC | Facundus, Bishop of Hermiane | (d. after 571) | |

FAS | Fastidius, British bishop | (c. 430) | |

Fastidiosus | Arian in Africa | (c. 525) | CPL 708 |

PS-FAU | Pseudo-Faustus of Riez | ||

FAU-M | Faustus, Manichean bishop of Milevis | (d. before 400) | |

FAU-R | Faustus, Bishop of Riez | (d. c. 490) | |

FAUn | Faustinus, Roman priest, follower of Lucifer | ||

[PS-FEL I. | Pseudo-Felix I. | ||

[PS-FEL II. | Pseudo-Felix II. | CPL 1631° | |

FEL III. | Pope Felix III. | (483-492) | CPL 1665 |

FEL IV. | Pope Felix IV. | (526-530) | CPL 1686, CPL 1690 |

[PS-FEL IV. | Pseudo-Felix IV.] | ||

FEL-C | Felix, Bishop of Córdoba | ||

FEL-M | Felix, a Manichaean, who debated with AU | December 404 | |

FEL-T | Felix, Bishop of Toledo | CPL 1252 | |

FEnd | Ferrandus, deacon of Carthage | (d. 546/7) | |

FEol | Ferreolus (Feriolus), Bishop of Uzès | (d. 581) | CPL 1849 |

FID | Formulae fidei (Credal formulae) | ||

FIL | Filastrius, Bishop of Brescia | (d. before 396) | CPL 121 |

FIR | Iulius Firmicus Maternus Siculus | (d. after 360) | |

PS-FIR | Pseudo-Firmicus | ||

FLA | Flavius, Bishop of Chalon-sur-Saône | (d. 591) | CPL 2014 |

FLO | Florianus, Abbot of the monastery of Romenus (Diocese of Milan) | CPL 1059 | |

FO-A | Fortunatianus, Bishop of Aquileia | CPL 104 | |

FO-M | Fortunatus, a Manichaean priest | ||

Foebadius | see PHOE | ||

FOR | Formulae, diverse collections | ||

Francus | priest in Verdun | (5th century) | CPL 1000 |

FRE | Fredegarius | CPL 1314, CPL 1316 | |

FRI | Frigulus(Figulus, Fribolus), Irish author, between Isidore and Bede (according to Smaragdus) | ||

FRU | Fructuosus, Bishop of Braga | (d. c. 665) | |

PS-FRU | Pseudo-Fructuosus | CPL 1275 | |

FU | Fulgentius, Bishop of Ruspe | (d. 527 or 532) | |

PS-FU | Pseudo-Fulgentius | ||

FU-D | Fulgentius, a Donatist | (c. 420/30) | |

FU-M | Fabius Planciades Fulgentius Afer | ||

[PS-GAI | Pseudo-Gaius] | ||

GAU | Gaudentius, Bishop of Brescia | (d. 410/1) | CPL 215 |

PS-GAU | Pseudo-Gaudentius | ||

GAU-D | Gaudentius, Donatist bishop of Timgad | CPL 715 | |

GEL | Pope Gelasius I. | (492-496) | |

PS-GEL | Pseudo-Gelasius I. | ||

GEN | Gennadius, priest in Marseilles | (d. 495/505) | |

PS-GEN | Pseudo-Gennadius | ||

GEO | Geographica | ||

GER | Gerontius, priest of Jerusalem | (d. 485) | CPL 2211 |

GERM | Germanus, Bishop of Paris | (d. 576) | CPL 1060 |

PS-GERM | Pseudo-Germanus of Paris | CPL 1925 | |

GI | Gildas Sapiens, Abbot of Rhuys | (d. c. 570) | |

Gogo | Nutricius Austrasiae Regis | (d. 581) | CPL 1061 |

GR-A | Gregory of Antioch | (d. 593) | CPL 7385 |

GR-I | Gregory, Bishop of Illiberis (Elvira) | (d. after 393) | |

GR-M | Gregory the Great, Pope | (590-604) | |

PS-GR-M | Pseudo-Gregory the Great | ||

GR-NA | Gregory of Nazianzus | (d. 390) | CPL 3010, CPL 3032, CPL 3035 |

GR-NY | Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa | (d. 394) | CPL 3197 |

GR-T | Gregory, Bishop of Tours | (d. 593) | |

PS-GR-T | Pseudo-Gregory of Tours | ||

GUL | Gulosus, Bishop of Puppis | CPL 877, CPL 9395 = CPL 9399 n. 6 | |

GUN | Gundemar, King of the West Goths | (c. 609/12) | CPL 1234 |

HEG | Hegemonius, Syrian? | (c. 350) | CPL 3570 |

PS-HEG | Pseudo-Hegemonius | CPL 122, CPL 3571 | |

HEp | Histories in five books ascribed to Hegesippus | ||

HER | Shepherd of Hermas | (Rome, first half of the 2nd century) | CPL 1052 |

HES | Hesychius, priest in Jerusalem | (d. after 451) | CPL 6550 |

HI | Hieronymus | (b. 347 or 348 in Stridon, d. 420) | |

PS-HI | Pseudo-Hieronymus | ||

PS-HIL | Pseudo-Hilarius | ||

HIL | Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers | (b. c. 310; baptised c. 345) | |

HIL-A | Hilary, Bishop of Arles | (from 428 or 429; d. 449) | |

PS-HIL-A | Pseudo-Hilary of Arles | CPL 508 | |

HILn | Quintus Iulius Hilarianus, bishop in Africa | ||

PS-HILn | Pseudo-Hilarianus | CPL 2281 | |

HILs | Hilarus, Pope | (461-468) | CPL 1662 |

PS-HIPP | Pseudo-Hippolytus | CPL 1911 | |

HON | Honoratus Antoninus, Bishop of Cirta (Constantine) | CPL 426 | |

HON I. | Pope Honorius I. | (625-638) | CPL 1726 |

Honorius | Emperor Honorius | (384-423) | |

HOR | Pope Hormisdas | (514-523) | CPL 1683 |

Hosius | see Ossius | ||

Hwaetberht | Eusebius, Abbot of Wearmouth/Jarrow | (8th century) | |

HY | Hydatius (Idacius), Bishop of Chaves, Galicia | CPL 2263 | |

[PS-HYG | Pseudo-Hyginus] | ||

HYM | Hymns | ||

IDA | Idalius, Bishop of Barcelona | (d. 688) | CPL 1258° |

IGN | Ignatius of Antioch | (d. c. 110) | |

PS-IGN | Pseudo-Ignatius | CPL 1026 cf. CPL 2075°, CPL 3460 | |

ILD | Ildefonsus, Bishop of Toledo | (d. 667) | |

PS-ILD | Pseudo-Ildefonsus | ||

IN | Pope Innocentius I. | (402-417) | CPL 1641 |

IN-M | Innocentius, Bishop of Maronea, friend of the Emperor Justinian | ||

INS | Inscriptions | ||

IR | Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons | (d. c. 200) | CPL 1306 |

IS | Isidore, Bishop of Seville | (d. 636) | |

PS-IS | Pseudo-Isidore | ||

IT | Itineraria | ||

JAN | Januarianus, priest in Africa | (5th century) | CPL 392 |

JO II. | Pope John II. | (532-535) | CPL 1692 |

[PS-JO II. | Pseudo-John II.] | ||

JO III. | Pope John III. | (561-574) | |

JO IV. | Pope John IV. | (640-643) | |

JO VII. | (705-707) | CPL 1743 | |

JO-A | John, Bishop of Aquileia | (7th century) | CPL 1174 |

JO-Arel | John I., Bishop of Arles | (659-668) | CPL 1848 |

JO-B | John, Abbot of Biclarum, Bishop of Gerona | (d. after 610) | CPL 1866 |

JO-D | John Diaconus, friend of Boethius, later possibly Pope | ||

JO-M | John Maxentius or Maxentius (John), Scythian | ||

JO-N | (John of Naples) | ||

JO-T | Bishop John of Tomi, in Scythia | CPL 665 | |

JON | Jonas of Bobbio (from Susa in Piemont) | (arrived c. 618) | |

JOR | Jordanes, Goth | (6th century) | |

JOS | Flavius Josephus | (d. after 100) | |

JO VI. | Pope John 6th | (701-705) | CPL 1742 |

Jovinianus | Jovinian (arrived in Rome after c. 385, banished 398) | (d. before 406) | CPL 783 |

[PS-JUL I. | Pseudo-Julius I.] | ||

JUL-E | Julian, Bishop of Eclanum | (d. before 455) | |

JUL-P | Julianus Pomerius (from Mauretania), died in Arles | (d. beginning of the 6th century) | CPL 998 |

JUL-T | Julianus, Archbishop of Toledo | (d. 690) | |

PS-JUL-T | Pseudo-Julianus of Toledo | ||

JUN | Junil(li)us Africanus, chief courtier in Constantinople | CPL 872 | |

[JUS-T | Justus, Bishop of Toledo] | (d. 636) | CPL 1235 |

JUS-U | Justus of Urgel | (d. after 546) | |

JUSn | Emperor Justinian I. | (d. 565) | |

JUV | C. Vettius Aquilinus Iuvencus, Spanish priest | CPL 1385 | |

KA | Capitula or Summaries in biblical manuscripts | ||

LAC | L. Cae(ci)lius Firmianus Lactantius, African, wrote in Nicomedia | ||

LATH | Lathcen (Laidcenn Mac Baith), monk in Clonfert-Molua (Clúain-Ferta-Molúa) | (d. 664) | |

LAU | Laurentius, Bishop of Novae (Svistov) in Moesia | ||

LAU-C | Laurence, Bishop of Canterbury | CPL 1328 | |

LEA | Leander, Bishop of Seville | (d. 600) | |

LEO | Pope Leo I. | (440-461) | |

PS-LEO | Pseudo-Leo | ||

LEO II. | Pope Leo II. | (682-683) | CPL 1738 |

LEO-B | Leo, Bishop of Bourges | CPL 483=CPL 1781 | |

LEO-H | Leo Hispanus, monk in Spain | (7th century) | CPL 2300 |

LEO-S | Leo, Bishop of Sens | (d. 541) | CPL 1075 |

LEOD | Leodegar, Bishop of Autun | (7th century) | |

LEP | Leporius, monk of Gaul | CPL 515 | |

LEX | Laws (usually gathered into legal codes) | CPL 1795, CPL 1800–1830 | |

LI-D | Liber Diurnus | CPL 1626 | |

LI-P | Liber Pontificalis | CPL 1568 | |

LIB | Liberatus, Archdeacon of Carthage | (6th century) | CPL 865 |

Liberius | Pope Liberius | (352-366) | |

[PS-Liberius | Pseudo-Liberius] | ||

LIC | Licinianus, Bishop of Cartagena | (end of the 6th century) | CPL 1097 |

Licini(an)us | Emperor | (d. after 324) | |

Licinius | Bishop of Tours | (c. 511) | CPL 1000A |

Liudprand of Cremona | (d. probably 972) | ||

LUC | Lucifer, Bishop of Cagliari | (d. 370/1) | |

PS-LUC | Pseudo-Lucifer | ||

[PS-LUCs | Pseudo-Lucius] | ||

[LUCU | Luculentius] | (end of the 9th or beginning of the 10th century) | CPL 953 |

Lupus | Bishop of Troyes (brother of VINC) | (d. 478) | CPL 988 |

M-A | Ambrosian Missal | ||

M-Ben | Beneventan Missal | ||

M-Bo | Bobbio Missal | CPL 1924 | |

M-Fr | Missale Francorum | CPL 1923 | |

M-Ga | Old Gallican Missal | CPL 1922 | |

M-Go | Gothic Missal | CPL 1919 | |

M-M | Mozarabic Missal | ||

M-R | Roman Missal | CPL 1933 | |

M-St | Stowe Missal | after 792 | CPL 1926 |

MAC | Macarius of Egypt/Symeon | (4th century) | CPL 2415,1 |

PS-MAC | Pseudo-Macarius | ||

MAL | Ars Malsachani; Ireland | before 700 | |

Manichaeus | cf. | CPL 727 | |

MAP | Mapinius, Bishop of Reims | (d. c. 550) | CPL 1062 |

PS-MAR | Pseudo-Marius Victorinus | ||

MAR | C. Marius Victorinus, African Rhetor in Rome | ||

MAR-A | Marius, Bishop of Avenches | (d. 594) | CPL 2268 |

MAR-M | Marius Mercator, probably African | CPL 780–781 | |

MARC | Marcellinus, Illyrian count | (6th century) | |

Marcionista | A neo-Marcionite, addressee of AU leg | ||

[PS-MARCl | Pseudo-Marcellus] | ||

[PS-MARCn | Pseudo-Marcellinus] | ||

PS-MART | Pseudo-Martin of Braga | ||

MART | Martin, Bishop first of Dumio, later of Braga in Galicia | ||

MART I. | Pope Martin I. | (649-655) | CPL 1733–1734, CPL 9403–9415 |

PS-Martinus | 1748A | ||

MAU | Mauricius, Spanish monk | (7th century) | CPL 1294 |

MAU-R | Maurus, Bishop of Ravenna | CPL 1169, CPL 9398 n. 3 | |

Mauricius | Byzantine Emperor | (582-602) | CPL 1057°, CPL 1062A |

MAX | Maximus, Bishop of Turin | (d. 408/23) | |

PS-MAX | Pseudo-Maximus of Turin | ||

MAX-A | Maximus, African bishop | (beginning of the 5th century) | CPL 484 |

MAX-C | Maximus, Bishop of Saragossa | (c. 600) | CPL 2267 |

MAX-E | Maximianus Etruscus; Italy | (6th century?) | CPL 1519 |

Maxentius | (John) see JO-M | ||

MAXn | Maximinus, bishop, who led a Gothic congretation in Africa | ||

PS-MEL | |||

MER | Flavius Merobaudes, Spaniard | (5th century; in Rome from 435) | |

PS-METH | Pseudo-Methodius | CPL 1830 | |

[PS-MIL | Pseudo-Miltiades] | ||

MIN | Minucius Felix (possibly African, in Rome) | CPL 37 | |

Monophysita | an unknown Monophysite | (5th century) | |

MONT | Montanus, Bishop of Toledo | (d. 531) | CPL 1094 |

MOR | Mori(a)nus | CPL 2306 | |

MUIR | Muirchú of Ardbraccan, Ireland | (7th century) | CPL 1105 |

MUT | Mutianus, Friend of Cassiodorus | (Italy, 6th century) | CPL 4440 |

NEM | Nemnius (Nennius) | (beginning of the 9th century) | CPL 1325 |

NIC | Nicetas, Bishop of Remesiana | (d. 414) | |

PS-NIC | Pseudo-Nicetas | ||

NICus | Nicetius, Bishop of Trier | (d. c. 566) | CPL 1063, CPL 1064 |

NIL | Nilus, Abbot of Ancyra | (d. c. 430) | |

NO | Novatianus, Roman priest | (d. after 251) | |

NOs | Novatus catholicus | (time and place unknown, before 530) | CPL 1154 |

Olympius | Spanish bishop | (4th/5th century) | CPL 558 |

OPT | Optatus, Bishop of Milevis | (d. before 400) | |

OPTn | Optantius | CPL 1154A | |

ORA | Orations (Prayers) | ||

ORI | Anonymous translations of Origen | (d. 254) | |

PS-ORI | Pseudo-Origen | ||

ORIE | Orientius, possibly Bishop of Auch | (first half of the 5th century) | |

PS-ORIE | Pseudo-Orientius | ||

ORO | Paulus (?) Orosius, from Braga/North Portugal | (d. after 418) | |

PS-ORO | Pseudo-Orosius | ||

PS-ORS | Pseudo-Orsiesius | CPL 2369 | |

PS-Ossius | 540 | ||

Ossius | (another spelling of Hosius). | CPL 537–539 | |

PAC | Pacian, Bishop of Barcelona | (d. before 392) | |

PACA | Pacatus | (time and place unknown, before 550) | CPL 1152A |

PAE | Penitentiaries (Paenitentialia) | ||

PAL | Palladius of Helenopolis | (d. before 431) | CPL 6036 |

PAL-R | Palladius, Bishop of Ratiaria in 346 | CPL 688, CPL 692° | |

PAR | Parthenius, an African priest | (c. 500) | CPL 804, CPL 805 |

Parmenianus | Donatist Bishop of Carthage, originally from Spain | ||

PAS-D | Paschasius, monk of Dume in Portugal | (6th century) | CPL 5571 |

PAS-R | Paschasius, Roman deacon | (d. after 513) | CPL 678 |

Pascentius | Arian Count | (5th century) | CPL 703 |

PAST | Pastor, bishop in Galicia | (mid 5th century) | CPL 559 |

PAT | Magonus Sucatus Patricius (Patrick), Apostle to the Irish | (d. 461) | |

PS-PAT | Pseudo-Patricius | ||

Paterius | Secretary of GR-M | CPL 1718 | |

PS-PAU | Pseudo-Paulinus of Nola | ||

PAU-Aq | Paulinus II., Patriarch of Aquileia (Cividale) | (d. 802) | |

PAU-B | Paulinus of Bordeaux (?) | CPL 982 | |

PAU-Bit | Paulinus, possibly Bishop of Béziers | CPL 1464 | |

PAU-D | Paulus Diaconus | (d. probably 799) | |

PAU-M | Paulinus, deacon of Milan | (first half of the 5th century) | |

PAU-N | Pontius Meropius Paulinus, Bishop of Nola | (b.353/4 in Bordeaux) | |

PAU-Pel | Paulinus of Pella (Gaul) | (d. after 459) | |

PAU-Pet | Paulinus of Périgueux | (second half of the 5th century) | |

PEL | Pelagius, Briton | (d. after 418) | |

PS-PEL | Pseudo-Pelagius | ||

PEL I. | Pope Pelagius I. | (555-561) | |

PEL II. | Pope Pelagius II. | (578-590) | CPL 1705–1707 |

[PS-PEL II. | Pseudo-Pelagius II.] | ||

PS-PET | Pseudo-Petrus Chrysologus | ||

PET-C | Petrus Chrysologus, Bishop of Ravenna | (d. c. 450) | |

PET-D | Petrus Diaconus, Scythian monk | (6th century) | CPL 663 |

PETI | Petilianus, Donatist bishop of Cirta in Numidia | CPL 714 | |

Petronius | Bishop of Verona | (beginning of the 5th century?) | CPL 210–211 |

Petrus | from Andalusia (otherwise unknown) | ||

PHI | Philippus, presbyter, pupil of HI | (d. 455/6) | CPL 643, CPL 757 |

Philastrius | see FIL | ||

PHo | Philo of Alexandria | ||

PS-PHo | Pseudo-Philo | ||

PHOE | Phoebadius, Bishop of Agen | (d. after 392) | CPL 473 |

PHY | Physiologus | CPL 3766 | |

[PS-PI I. | Pseudo-Pius I.] | ||

PIR | Pirminius (alternative form Priminius), abbot | ||

POE | Poets | ||

POL | Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna | (d. 23.2.167) | CPL 1040 |

Polemius Silvius | (Gaul) | (middle of the 5th century) | CPL 2256 |

PON | Pontius, Carthaginian deacon | (3th century) | CPL 52 |

[PS-PONn | Pseudo-Pontianus] | ||

Pontianus | African bishop of an unknown city | CPL 864 | |

POR | Porcarius, Abbot of Lérins | (d. c. 490) | CPL 1841 |

POS | Possidius, Bishop of Calama, pupil of AU | ||

POT | Potamius, Arian bishop of Lisbon | (d. after 357) | |

PRAE | so-called Praedestinatus | CPL 243 | |

PRIM | Primasius of Hadrumetum (later Iustinianopolis = Sousse) | ||

Primianus | Donatist bishop of Carthage | ||

PRIS | Priscillian, Bishop of Avila | (d. 385/6) | |

PS-PRIS | Pseudo-Priscillian | CPL 788 | |

Priscianus | Rhetorician in Constantinople, from Caesarea in Mauretania | ||

Proba | Poetess, Italy | (c. 360) | CPL 1480 |

PROC | Proclus of Constantinople | (d. 446) | CPL 5915 |

PROL | Prologues in biblical manuscripts | ||

PROS | Prosper of Aquitaine | (d. after 455) | |

PS-PROS | Pseudo-Prosper | ||

PRU | Aurelius Prudentius Clemens, Spaniard | (b. 348 in Tarragona) | |

QU | Quodvultdeus, Bishop of Carthage (around 437-439) and from 439 in Campania, from where he never returned to Africa | (d. c. 453) | |

Reccared I. | King of the West Goths | (586-601) | CPL 1714° |

RED | Redemptus, cleric in Seville | (7th century) | CPL 1213 |

REG | Monastic rules | ||

REM | Remigius, Bishop of Reims | (d. 533) | |

RES-R | Roman Responsory | ||

RET | Reticius, Bishop of Autun | (beginning of the 4th century) | |

[REV | Reverentius or Ravennius] | (end of the 5th century) | CPL 506 |

PS-RUF | Pseudo-Rufinus | (d. probably c. 411) | |

RUF | Rufinus of Aquileia, priest | (d. 411; all works and translations after his return to the West in 397) | |

Rufus | Bishop of Martigny | CPL 1065 | |

RUR | Ruricius, Bishop of Limoges | (d. shortly after 507) | CPL 985 |

RUS | Rusticus, Roman deacon | (d. after 565) | |

S-Am | Ambrosian sacramentaries | ||

S-Ge | Gelasian sacramentary | ||

S-Gr | Gregorian sacramentary | CPL 1902–1904 | |

S-Hib | Irish sacramentary | (mid 7th century) | CPL 1918G |

S-L | Leonine sacramentary | CPL 1897–1898 | |

S-Mo | Mozarabic sacramentary | CPL 1929 | |

SALO | Salonius, Bishop of Geneva | (d. after 450) | |

PS-SALO | Pseudo-Salonius, unknown author in Germany | after 800 | |

SALV | Salvian, presbyter in Marseilles | (d. after 470) | |

SCY | A Scythian monk, possibly called John, who assembled the Palatine Collection with JO-M and PET-D, possibly = JO-T | (532/5) | CPL 664° {8619,5} |

SEC | Secundinus, an African Manichaean | CPL 324 = CPL 725 | |

SECn | Secundinus (Sechnal), bishop in Ireland | (d. 447?) | CPL 1101 |

PS-SED | Pseudo-Sedulius | CPL 1453 | |

SED | Sedulius, from Spain, sourthern Gaul, Italy or Illyria? | ||

SED-S | Sedulius Scottus, Irish monk | c. 845 | |

SEDA | Sedatus, Bishop of Nîmes | (d. after 506) | CPL 1005 |

SEDA-B | Sedatus, Bishop of Béziers | (end of the 6th century) | |

Sergius I. | Pope | (687-701) | |

SEV-G | Severian, Bishop of Gabala | (d. after 408) | |

SEV-M | Severus, Bishop of Minorca | (5th century) | CPL 576 |

SEV-Mal | |||

Severinus | (or Severianus) Bishop, otherwise unknown | (4th century?) | CPL 1153 |

SID | Apollinaris Sidonius, Bishop of Clermont-Ferrand | (d. 480/90) | |

Sigesteus | Vandal count | (c. 500) | CPL 803 |

PS-SILr | Pseudo-Silvester | ||

[PS-SILs | Pseudo-Silverius] | ||

SIM | Pope Simplicius | (468-483) | CPL 1664 |

SIR | Pope Siricius | (384-399) | CPL 1637 |

SIS | Sisebut, King of the West Goths | (612-620) | |

SISB | Sisbertus, Bishop of Toledo, extracted from CO-Tol 16 | (693) | |

[PS-SIX I. | Pseudo-Sixtus I.] | ||

[PS-SIX II. | Pseudo-Sixtus II.] | ||

SIX III. | Pope Sixtus III. | (432-440) | CPL 1655 |

[PS-SIX III. | Pseudo-Sixtus III.] | ||

PS-SOL | Pseudo-Solinus | CPL 2340 | |

SON | Sonnatius, of Reims | (600-622) | CPL 1312 |

[PS-SOT | Pseudo-Soter] | ||

[PS-STE I. | Pseudo-Stephanus I.] | ||

STE-A | Stephanus or Eddius, English presbyter | (8th century) | CPL 2151 |

STE-B | Stephanus, leading bishop | CPL 876, CPL 9394 = CPL 9399 n. 5 | |

STE-G | Stephanus, African presbyter in Gaul; 6th century | ||

STE-L | Stephanus, Bishop of Larissa | (531) | CPL 666 |

PS-SUL | Pseudo-Sulpicius Severus | CPL 479 | |

SUL | Sulpicius Severus | (d. c. 420) | |

SYA | Syagrius, bishop in Galicia | (mid 5th century) | CPL 560 |

PS-SYM | Pseudo-Symmachus | ||

SYM | Pope Symmachus | (498-514) | CPL 1678 |

Symp(h)osius | see AEN Sy | ||

Sympronianus | Spanish Novatianist | (around end of the 4th century) | CPL 784 |

TA | Taio, Bishop of Saragossa | (d. 683) | |

TARRA | Tarra, monk in Spain | CPL 1098 | |

TAT | Tatwin, Archbishop of Canterbury | (d. 734) | |

TE | Q. Septimius Florens Tertullianus (Tertullian). Carthage, later a Montanist | ||

PS-TE | Pseudo-Tertullianus | ||

[PS-TEL | Pseudo-Telesphorus] | ||

Theodosius | see IT The | ||

Theudebald | Frankish King | CPL 1066 | |

Theudebert I. | Frankish King | CPL 1067 | |

PS-THl | Pseudo-Theophilus of Antioch | ||

THl | Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria | (d. 412) | |

THr | Theodorus, Bishop of Mopsuestia | 392-428 | CPL 3845 |

THr I. | Pope Theodore I. | (642-649) | CPL 1732 |

THr-C | Theodore, Bishop of Canterbury | (668-690) | CPL 1885 |

[PS-THs | Pseudo-Theodotus of Ancyra] | ||

TIR | Tirechán, bishop in Ireland | (second half of the 7th century) | CPL 1105 |

TIT | Titles of the Psalms | ||

TRI | Trifolius, priest | (6th century) | CPL 655 |

TRO | Troianus, Bishop of Saintes | CPL 1074 | |

TU | Turribius of Astorga | (bishop from 444) | CPL 564 |

TY | Tyconius, African Donatist | (d. after 390) | |

UL | Ulfila(s), bishop of the Goths | (d. 383 in Constantinople) | CPL 689 |

URA | Uranius, priest, pupil of PAU-N | CPL 207 | |

[PS-URB | Pseudo-Urbanus] | ||

PS-VAL | Pseudo-Valerianus | ||

VAL | Valerianus, Bishop of Cimiez | (d. c. 460) | |

Valerianus Calagurr. | Valerianus, Bishop of Calahorra | CPL 558A | |

PS-VALs | Pseudo-Valerius | ||

VALs | Valerius, Abbot of Bierzo in Galicia | (d. shortly after 691) | |

PS-VEN | Pseudo-Venantius Fortunatus | ||

VEN | Venantius Fortunatus, Bishop of Poitiers | (d.shortly after 600) | |

Venerandus | (c. 620-630) | CPL 1305 | |

VER | Verecundus, Bishop of Junca (BordjYounga, Tunisia) | (d. 552) | |

VERA | Veranus | CPL 1022 | |

PS-VIC | Pseudo-Victor of Vita | ||

[PS-VIC I. | Pseudo-Victor I.] | ||

VIC-A | Victorius Aquitanus | (mid 5th century) | |

VIC-C | Victor, Bishop of Capua | (d. 554) | |

VIC-M | Claudius Marius Victorius, Rhetor in Marseille | CPL 1455 | |

VIC-T | Victor, Bishop of Tunnunna | (d. not before 567) | CPL 2260 |

VIC-V | Victor, Bishop of Vita | (d. after 489) | CPL 798 |

VICn | Victorinus, Bishop of Poetovio (Pettau) | (d. 304) | |

PS-VICn | Pseudo-Victorinus of Poetovio (Pettau) | ||

VICn-P | Victorinus, poet in Gaul | (5th century) | |

PS-VICn-P | Pseudo-Victorinus the poet | ||

Victor | Bishop of Carthage | (mid 7th century) | CPL 874 |

VICTR | Victricius, Bishop of Rouen | (d. between 404 and 409) | CPL 481 |

[VIG-D | Vigilius Diaconus] | ||

VIG-P | Pope Vigilius | (537-555) | |

VIG-T | Vigilius, Bishop of Thapsus | (d. after 484) | |

PS-VIG | Pseudo-Vigilius of Thapsus | ||

VIG-TR | Vigilius, Bishop of Trent | (d. 405) | CPL 212, CPL 213 |

VINC | Vincentius of Lérins (brother of Lupus) | (d. c. 445) | |

VINC-C | Vincentius Victor from Caesarea in Mauretania | ||

Vinisius | Briton | (c. 400) | CPL 1326 |

VIR-G | Virgilius Maro grammaticus (after IS, before ALD, south-west Gaul) | ||

[VIR-S | Virgilius, Bishop of Salzburg] | (d. 784) | |

VIT | Vitalis and Tonantius (not Constantius) | CPL 398 | |

VITn | Pope Vitalianus | (657-672) | |

VIV | Viventiolus, Bishop of Lyons | (beginning of the 5th century) | CPL 1068 |

Wamba | King of the West Goths | (d. 683) | CPL 1537 |

WAR | Warnaharius, priest and bishop in Langres | (beginning of the 7th century) | |

Wilfrid | Bishop of York | (d. 709) | CPL 1329 |

ZE | Zeno, Bishop of Verona, probably from Africa | CPL 208 | |

ZO | Pope Zosimus | (417-418) |