The Resource The works of Lactantius, translated by William Fletcher

The works of Lactantius, translated by William Fletcher

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The works of Lactantius
Title
The works of Lactantius
Statement of responsibility
translated by William Fletcher
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • englat
  • eng
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Cataloging source
CaOTSM
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ca. 240-ca. 320
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Lactantius
Dewey number
281.3
Index
index present
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • ca. 540-ca. 600
  • 1810-1900
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  • Fortunatus, Venantius Honorius Clementianus
  • Fletcher, William
Series statement
Ante-Nicene Christian library
Series volume
21-22
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  • God
  • Philosophy, Ancient
  • Christianity
  • Theology
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The works of Lactantius, translated by William Fletcher
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Publication
Note
  • Translation made from Migne's edition, from which most of the notes have been taken
  • The poem on Easter (De pasch^a) is believed to have been composed by Venantius Honorianus Clementianus Fortunatus in the sixth century
Contents
v.1. Of the false worship of the gods. Of the origin of error. Of the false wisdom of philosophers. Of true wisdom and religion. Of justice. Of true worship. Of a happy life -- v.2. A treatise on the anger of God. On the workmanship of God, or the formation of man. The epitome of the divine institutes. Of the manner in which the persecutors died. Fragments of Lactantius Firmianus. The phoenix. A poem on the passion of the Lord. Poem on Easter. Index
Extent
1 online resource (2 v.)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The works of Lactantius, translated by William Fletcher
Link
Publication
Note
  • Translation made from Migne's edition, from which most of the notes have been taken
  • The poem on Easter (De pasch^a) is believed to have been composed by Venantius Honorianus Clementianus Fortunatus in the sixth century
Contents
v.1. Of the false worship of the gods. Of the origin of error. Of the false wisdom of philosophers. Of true wisdom and religion. Of justice. Of true worship. Of a happy life -- v.2. A treatise on the anger of God. On the workmanship of God, or the formation of man. The epitome of the divine institutes. Of the manner in which the persecutors died. Fragments of Lactantius Firmianus. The phoenix. A poem on the passion of the Lord. Poem on Easter. Index
Extent
1 online resource (2 v.)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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