b. circa 1100 -- d. circa 1161 A. D.
MASTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS
ARCHBISHOP OF PARIS
This page contains links to Lombard on the Internet, and is updated regularly.
Peter Lombard, c/o the Catholic Encyclopedia
Peter Lombard, c/o the online Encyclopedia Britannica
Peter Lombard, c/o the Ecole Initiative
Peter Lombard, c/o Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Peter Lombard, a biography in German
Peter Lombard, by Marcia L. Colish, a book review
Commbase: research software for Commentators on Aristotle and Peter Lombard
Writings of Peter Lombard, table of contents and selected distinctions, c/o Biblioteca Augustana
Commentaries on the Four Books of Sentences, by St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio: Latin & English
For John Duns Scotus’ Commentary: See the Complete Internet Guide to Scotus here
Commentators on Lombard's Book of Sentences
[Unfortunately, those at Gallica (the website of the National Library of France) have been removed from the web:
the links remain, for the sake of researchers, so that they may know what that Library contains.]
St. Thomas Aquinas, OP
St. Thomas’ Scriptum Super Sententiam (Latin)
recognovit ac instruxit Enrique
Alarcón automato electronico Pampilonae
ad Universitatis Studiorum Navarrensis aedes a MM A.D.
Excerpts from St. Thomas' Commentary on The First Book of Sentences of Peter Lombard, by Prof. Hugh McDonald of Niagra University
Marietti Edition: 1954 -- HTML scanned text c/o tacalumni.org
Francis of Marchia, OFM c/o Prof. Christopher Schabel, Univ. of Cyprus
John of Mirecourt
In Primum Librum Sententiarium c/o Univ. of Milan
Richard de Middleton
Super quatuor libros sententiarum Petri Lombardi quaestiones
subtilissimae c/o Gallica
1591 Brussels edition
Super quarto sententiarumc/o Gallica
Commentarius in quartum librum Sententiarum
(N. B. -- PDF: 64 MB File)
Painettu Venetsiassa, Dionysius Bononiensiksen kirjapainossa 1489.
Friar Peter of Candia, OFM (a.k.a. Pope Alexander V)
with links to biography, image, Commentary on Peter of Lombard’s Book of Sentences (Latin)
Bl. Peter of Tarentaise (later Pope Innocent V)
In IV librum Sententiarum
commentaria ex manuscriptis Bibliothecae Tolofanae conuentus S. Thomas
Aquinatis c/o Gallica
1649-52 Toulouse Edition
Commentaria in PDF c/o the Peter Aureoli Project
Petrus de Falude
Scriptum in librum quartum sententiarum c/o
1493 Venetian Edition
Hervé de Nédellec
. . .in quatuor libros sententiarum commentaria c/o Gallica
1647 Parisian Edition
Commentaria in quattuor libros sententiarum seu liber defensionum
theologiae Thomae Aquinatis c/o Gallica
1483 Venetian Edition
Collatio venerabilis magistri Joannis de Bassoliis,... in quartum sententiarum
Gilles of Rome
libros sententiarum c/o Gallica
1482 Venetian Edition
A Most Mysterious 'Angelic' Manuscript, Fragments of a Medieval Manuscript of the Four Books of Sentences, in the library of Newcastle University, Australia, illustrated
Images of a Medieval Page from the Four Books of Sentences, at Columbia University, USA
Quatuor Libri Sententiarum, Book II. England; late 13th century. Single MS single leaf; vellum; 327 x 222 mm
Sententiarum libri quattuor / cum commentario et quaestionibus B.Bonaventurae, additis articulis Parisiensibus necnon tabula Johannis Beckenhaub. -- Ed. facsímil. — Ed. original: Friburgi, Kilianus Fischer, [n.a. 2 mayo, 1493].
Images of the pages of Vol. 2 of St. Bonaventure’s Commentary, w. text of Peter Lombard, c/o University of Seville, Spain.
Commbase: Dr. Livesey's "Electronic Database of Medieval Commentators on Aristotle and Peter Lombard's Sentences" for Windows.
Below you will find links to Latin & English editions of Master Peter's Writings
SENTENTIARUM QUATUOR LIBRI
This is the great “Summa” of Medieval Theology, which was commented on by such eminent theologians as Sts. Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, Albert the Great, and by the Blesseds John Duns Scotus, Peter of Tarentaise, and Dionysius the Carthusian.
The Franciscan Archive is currently sponsoring a project for the publication of an English Translation of this great work of Master Peter Lombard. See The Commentary Project for more information. The parts currently published are as follows:
DE DEI UNITATE ET TRINITATE
In the above link you will find the First Complete, published English translation of the First Book of Sentences (© 2006), which is now available on CD-Rom, from The Franciscan Archive. You can read more about this translation at The Commentary Project.
DE RERUM CREATIONE ET FORMATIONE CORPORALIUM ET SPIRITUALIUM
ET ALIIS PLURIBUS EO PERTINENTIUBUS
This Book is currently being translated. In the link above you will find the currently published parts.
For the Publication Schedule for the Rest of Book II, of Master Peter’s Book of Sentences, see The Commentary Project
DE INCARNATIONE VERBI ET HUMANI GENERIS REPARATIONE
DE DOCTRINA SIGNORUM
PART I, Chapter 1: On the Sacraments.
Chapter 2: What is a Sacrament.
Chapter 3: What is a sign.
Chapter 4: How sign and Sacrament differ.
Chapter 5: Why the Sacraments have been instituted.
Chapter 6: On the difference of the Old and New Sacraments.
PART II, Chapter 7: On circumcision.
Chapter 8: The remedy which they had, who were before circumcision.
Chapter 9: On the institution of circumcision and its cause.
Chapter 10: On the little ones departed before the eighth day, on which circumcision was done.
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