Jacques Paul Migne

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Migne, Jacques Paul


Born Oct. 25, 1800, in St. Flour; died Oct. 24, 1875, in Paris. French abbot and publisher of medieval literature.

Notable among Migne’s numerous multivolume publications is his Patrologia, published in two series, the Latin and the Greek. The Latin series contains works of church authors of the second through the early 13th centuries. The Greek series is chiefly a compendium of works of Orthodox (Greek) writers up to the 16th century; the series published texts in the original Greek together with their Latin translations. In addition to religious writings, the Patrologia included many annals, papal bulls, and letters. These collections were reprints of sources from the best previous publications and were often accompanied by introductory articles by the most important scholars of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Because of its vast scope, the Patrologia has retained its importance up to the present time, although in the 20th century many of the texts have been published in more up-to-date scholarly editions.


Patrologiae cursus completus: Ser. Latina, vols. 1–221. Paris, 1844—64. New ed., vols. 1—. Paris, 1958—.
Patrologiae cursus completus: Ser. Graeca, vols. 1–166. Paris, 1857–66.
Scripturae sacrae cursus completus, vols. 1–28. Paris, 1837–45.
Theologiae cursus completus, 2nd ed., vols. 1–28. Paris, 1839—45.
Collection intégrate et universelle d’orateurs sacrés, vols. 1–99. Paris, 1844–55.


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Migne, Tel: Stern 2001: 29-30 (temple complex 650 interpreted as "Assyrian temple-palace"), but see Kamlah 2003 (local development); Stern 2001: 37 ("Assyrian-style" pottery); Singer-Avitz 2007: 184-85 (carinated bowls, Assyrian influence), but Na'aman and Thareani-Sussely 2006: 64; Golani and Sass 1998: 70-72 (silver pendant with depiction of Ishtar, local production).
Augustine of Hippo (354-431), Sermon 293, 1-3 in Jacques Paul Migne, Patrologia latina 38: 1327-1328, assigned as the second reading, Office of Readings for 24 June, Liturgy of the Hours, tr.
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See Jacques Paul Migne, Patrolagiae Cursus Completus, 221 vols.
Liber de nominibus hebraicis, in Jacques-Paul Migne (ed.
9) Apologia in Hexaemeron, Migne, Patrologia Graeca, vol.
Capitula Coelestini 8, in Migne, Patrologia Latina 51, pp.
Jacques Paul Migne (Paris: Vives, 1844-1890) [hereafter PL], 21:486B-488A.
Mais d'un autre cote les negociations sont ardues sur les questions financieres : les 18 et 19 mai Fabre consent a acheter des ouvrages aux Gaume a des conditions desavantageuses lui semble-t-i1 (35), et il le regrette quelques semaines plus tard lors d'une visite a l'imprimerie de l'abbe Migne (36), ou les prix sont << extremement bas >> : << Apres avoir visite son etablissement je vois de nouveau que j'ai fait une bien mauvaise affaire avec les freres Gaume, je perdrai certainement de l'argent avec cette affaire, aussi je garde un peu de rancune a ces Messieurs (37).
2) Origem Selecta in psalmos (Ps 1), in Migne, Patrol.