Patrologiae cursus completus: sive biblioteca universalis, integra, uniformis, commoda, oeconomica, omnium SS. Patrum, doctorum scriptorumque eccelesiasticorum qui ab aevo apostolico ad usque Innocentii III tempora floruerunt ... [Series Latina, in qua prodeunt Patres, doctores scriptoresque Ecclesiae Latinae, a Tertulliano ad Innocentium III], Volume 75
1849 - Christian literature, Early
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Gregory the Great, Moralia I-XVII. PL075. Never thought i could have it. Gratias tibi Domine. This is a wildly meandering commentary on Job (its sequel in the next volume). Very much loved, copied, extracted, quoted by whoever in the middle ages. Free theological associations with allegories. Walk down the path and gather flowers. It is like Vergil: a Nescafé for the mind. 20 lines and its smell captures your mind for half a day.