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Hieronymus:

see Jerome, SaintJerome, Saint
, c.347–420?, Christian scholar, Father of the Church, Doctor of the Church. He was born in Stridon on the border of Dalmatia and Pannonia of Christian parents (although he was not baptized until 366); his Roman name was Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus.
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Hieronymus

Eusebius . the Latin name of (Saint) Jerome
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The Hieronymian transposition does however generate a species of elegantly epiphoric disiunctio (18): silent inter arma leges / quanto magis studia scripturarum.
Here Jerome's resort to flamboyant phrasing would accordingly appear to entail a certain infelicity: this kind of inconcinnity is characteristic of such Hieronymian borrowings from elsewhere (44).
Departing from the Vulgate, which reads that women should be adorned "cum verecundia et sobrietate" -- " with modesty and sobriety," Erasmus in his New Testament prefers a Hieronymian approach: "cum verecundia & castitate.
v] and is written in several hands, both Caroline and insular, and often badly, but it is complete and includes the Hieronymian prologue beginning |C(h)romatio et Heliodoro episcopis'.
v]) is given in parallel with both the Amiatinan version and the probable Hieronymian version.