Commentary on St. Paul’s
This commentary on the Pauline epistles experiments with a format that
was intended to ease the burden on the reader. The page is open to the
beginning of the commentary on St. Paul’s letter to Titus. Here
the text of the Bible itself appears in large characters in a central
column on each page; brief interpretive comments, or "glosses,"
are written between the lines, while longer remarks appear in the margins.
The comments correspond to those of the Glossa ordinaria, or "Standard
Gloss" of interpretations of the Church fathers that was compiled
in the twelfth century.
Purchased in 1877 by A.D. White.
Glosses on St. Paul’s Epistles. Italy,