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By: MARIUS MERCATOR.
Publisher: Parisiis,, Apud Sebastianum Mabre-Cramoisy, Regis Typographum, viÃ¢ JacobÃ¦Ã¢, sub Ciconiis. M.DC.LXXIII. Cum Privilegio Regis Christianissimi.:  1673
Item Number: 17087
"Marius Mercator (fl. 418-449) ""A Latin Christian writer, probably of African birth. A friend and disciple of St. Augustine, he wrote c.418 at Rome against Pelagius. Some ten years later, when in Constantinople, perhaps as the agent of Pope Celestine (422-432) he again wrote in defence of orthodoxy this time attacking both Nestorians and Pelagians. A collection of his writings, compiled about 100 years after his time, has survived in a Vatican MS. (Cod. Vat. Pal. 234). It consists largely of Mercator's translations of and replies to Nestorius's writings, made (acc. to E. Schwa... View more info