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CHAPTER 1.

TESTIMONIES . . .

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1. Avitus, Bishop of Vienne. 2. Sermon on the Apostles' Creed

addressed to Catechumens at the Traditio Symboli.' 3. Another

Sermon of the same class, attributed to Caesarius, Bishop of Arles.

4. A fragment of a third, sometimes inaccurately described as the

Colbertine manuscript of the Athanasian Creed, in this volume

generally referred to as the “Trèves fragment.' 5. Confession of

Faith of the Fourth Council of Toledo. 6. Confession of Faith

of Denebert, Bishop of the Wiccii or Worcester. 7. Alcuin,

Libellus de Processione Spiritus Sancti. 8. Theodulf, Bishop of

Orleans, De Spiritu Sancto. 9. Letter of Frank monks of Mount

Olivet at Jerusalem. 10. Agobard, Bishop of Lyons. 11. Cata-

logue of Abbots of Fleury on the Loire. 12. Letter of Florus the

Deacon to Hyldrad the Abbot. 13. Hincmar, Archbishop of

Rheims. 14. Anscharius, Archbishop of Hamburg and Bremen.

15. Ratramn or Bertram, Contra Graecorum opposita. 16. Æneas,

Bishop of Paris, Liber adversus Graecos. 17. Confession of Faith
of Adalbert, Bishop of Morinum. 18. Ancient Charter, quoted by

Martene. 19. Udalric, Consuetudines Cluniacenses. 20. Ratherius,

Bishop of Verona. 21. Abbo Floriacensis, Apologeticus. 22. Ælfric,

Homily De Fide Catholica. 23. Irish document edited by the

late Bishop Reeves. 24. Honorius of Autun, Gemma animae.

25. Abelard, Epistolae i. and x. 26. Otto, Bishop of Freisingen,

Chronicle. 27. Henry, Abbot of Brunswick, quoted in the Chronicle

of Arnold, Abbot of Lübeck. 28. Treatise ascribed to Robert

Paululus of Amiens. 29. John Beleth, Rationale. 30. Letter of

the Legates of Pope Gregory IX respecting their mission to the

Eastern Church. 31. Alexander Hales, Summa Theologiae.

32. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae 33. Johannes Janu-

ensis, sometimes called Balbus, Catholicon. 34. Gulielmus Du-

randus or Durantus, Rationale. 35. Ludolphus Saxo, De vita

Christi.

CHAPTER III.

MANUSCRIPT Copies

· · · · · 93-165

1. Milan Ambrosian Library, O. 212, of the eighth century-

a brief collection of Confessions of Faith and works upon dogma.
2. MS. of the same century, mentioned by Montfaucon as belonging
to the Abbey of St. Germain-des-Prés' in Paris, but now lost.
3. Another, probably belonging to the same century, mentioned by
Mabillon, also lost. 4. Codex numbered xxviii in Denis' Catalogue
of Theological Manuscripts in the Imperial Library at Vienna-
a Psalter written in the latter part of the eighth century. 5. Paris,
Bibliothèque Nationale, Latin MS, 13,159-a Psalter dating between
Christmas 795 and Christmas 800. 6. Another MS. in the same
Library, Latin 4,858. In this book, owing to its mutilation, the
Athanasian Creed is imperfect. It is of the same epoch as the
Vienna Psalter mentioned above. 7. In the same Library, Latin
MS. 1,451, of the beginning of the ninth century-a collection of
Canons. 8. In the same Library, Latin MS 3,848 B, also of the
early part of the ninth century. It includes inter alia the Herovall
collection of Canons. 9. Psalter wiitten in honour of the Emperor
Lothair probably about 834. 10. The Utrecht Psalter, probably
written early in the ninth century. 11. British Museum, Cotton
MS. Galba A. xviii, sometimes described as King Æthelstan's
Psalter. In this book the Psalms and Canticles, including the
Athanasian Creed, were written in Germany between 817 and 850.
12. Rome, Vatican Library, Palat. MS. 574, of the ninth century-
a collection of Canons. 13. No. 269 in Denis' Catalogue of
Theological MSS. in the Vienna Imperial Library. In this book
the Athanasian Creed follows the two books of Isidore of Seville
addressed to Florentina, and it is followed by the original Nicene
Creed and another Confession of Faith. 14. The Psalter of Charles
the Bald, written between 842 and 869. It is deposited in the
Bibliothèque Nationale at Paris. 15. Parker MS. 272. 0. 5,
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge-a Psalter dating probably 883.
16. A quadruple Psalter deposited at Bamberg, dating gog.
17. British Museum MS. Bib. Reg. 2. B. v-Psalter written in

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England early in the tenth century. 18. Lambeth MS. 427–Psalter
written in England about the middle of the tenth century. 19. Salis.
bury Cathedral Library MS. 150–Psalter written in England in
the second half of the tenth century. 20. Paris, Bibliothèque
Nationale, Latin MSS. 2,341 and 2,076, both assigned to the tenth
century. The Athanasian Creed occurs in a series of Confessions
of Faith, preserved in these two codices. 21. Rome, Vatican
Library, Vat. MS. 82—Psalter probably compiled in the Province
of Liguria and in the tenth century.' 22. In the same Library,
Vat. 84–Psalter assigned to the tenth century, and probably com-
piled in Central Italy. 23. Cambridge University Library, Ff.
T. 23, written shortly before the Norman Conquest in England,
probably at Canterbury. 24. Parker MS. 391, Corpus Christi
College, Cambridge—Psalter written about the time of the
Norman Conquest in England, probably at Worcester. 25. British
Museum, Arundel MS. 60- Psalter written at Winchester at the
end of the eleventh century. 26. Ox ord Bodleian Library, Canonici
MS. Patr. Lat. 88–Psalter of the tenth century written in Italy.
27. Paris, Cod. Mazarin, 364-Breviary written at Monte Casino
in 1099.

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