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.

PUBLICATIONS

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.

B. L. FONKICH

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In Patrologiae cursus completus Series Latina 16, edited by Jean-Paul Migne, 389-410.
15) From Homilies on the Gospel of John, indicated by tractate and paragraph, found in Migne, col.
Se tratara de hacer una traduccion libre del texto original latino, por lo que se tendra la citacion en latin, a partir de la obra de Migne (1885)
Six professional storytellers -- Yannick Jaulin, Colette Migne, Jean-Claude Botton, Luigi Rignanese, Faiza Kaddour, Albine Sueur -- and accordion virtuoso Sebastien Bertrand will regale audiences with ancient love stories.
Migne y la edicion de 1900 de Aloisius Knopfler (las dos ediciones mas facilmente accesibles a los investigadores), y un apparatus fontium.
Esta ultima esta conservada en la PG 117: 1164-74 (1894), donde Migne toma la edicion de Boissonade (Anecdota Graeca 1, 1829, 436-444) (6), la cual fue consultada, comparandola con el mismo codice BN Paris 1630, ff.
Furthermore, the thorough inclusion of Migne (a reproduction of Arevalo), whatever might have been its purpose, seems to be unintelligible.
Hasta entonces, se encontraban disponibles tan solo dos versiones latinas, aquellas de Wasserschleben y Migne.
Figurano in questo panorama--ampio ed eterogeneo--repertori di fonti, come l'Archivfur Literaturund Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters curato da Denifle e Ehrle, la Patrologia del Migne, le Antiquitates di Ludovico Antonio Muratori, accanto a testi storici quali De secta illorum qui se dicunt esse de ordine Apostolorum di Bernardo Gui; si rinvengono inoltre riferimenti a riviste specialistiche, quotidiani nazionali e locali, enciclopedie, opere monografiche di vario genere.
It is understood the former 1988 African Nation's winning coach of Cameroon, who later led them to the World Cup in 1998, exits with all his backroom staff with the exception of Olympic team coach Sebastien Migne who will stay on.
De partida surgen preguntas respecto de por que se ha optado por seguir el texto de Migne, habiendo dos ediciones criticas posteriores a este.
Advertencia: las referencias de las obras de Origenes corren dentro del texto; en la medida de lo posible, dadas las caracteristicas clasicas de citacion a la obra de Migne, se hace la referencia de la manera mas explicita y precisa.