Sedulius, Scotus (or Junior)

Sedulius, Scotus (Or Junior)

a Christian writer of the 8th century, of whose works we possess, Collectanea in Omnes Epistolas S. Pauli (first published at Basle [1528], and afterwards in the Bibliotheca Max. [Lugd. 1677] tom. 6): — some exegetical labors on the first three Gospels published by cardinal A. Mai in the Scriptorum Veterum Collectio Nova, tom. 9: — and a political and religious work entitled De Rectoribus Christianis et Convenientibus Regulis, quibus Res Publica rite Gubernanda est (first published at Leipsic in 1619). The MS. belonged to the library of the Heidelberg University, with which it was taken to Rome in 1622, and has been admitted into the

Spicilegium Romanum Vaticanum (Rom. 1339-1844), tom. 10, of cardinal Mai. In tom. 8 of the latter work may also be found Explanationes in Proefationes S. Hieronymi ad Evangelia by Sedulius. Comp. Dictionnaire Historique et Critique, par Pierre Bayle (Rotterdam, 1720), tom. 30, pl. 2562 sq. Biog. Universelle (Paris, 1825), tom. 41, p. 436 sq.

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