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 Hermes Latinus: Opera omnia 

Composed in the Hellenic era, an expression of Greco-Egyptian syncretism, the hermetic writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistos and his epigones exercised, since their appearance, a particular attraction on the Greek and Latin Fathers.

The collection Hermes Latinus, established by the late prof. Paolo Lucentini, is intended to furnish the tools and the editions for the study of the Hermetic tradition between Late Antiquity and the Renaissance. [Further reading]

  • First volume: 1994

  • Number of volumes published: 5 (most recent volume: 2019)

  • Publication frequency: irregular

  • Editorial responsibility: David Porreca, Bruno Rochette, Antonella Sannino

  • Publishing manager: Tim Denecker

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Publications

Authors
Title
Editors
CCCM, Vol.
HLOO, Vol.
Hermes Latinus (Hermes Trismegistus)
Liber de sex rerum principiis
P. Lucentini
142
II
Ps. Apuleius
Asclepius
M. Stefani
143
III, 2
Hermes Latinus (Hermes Trismegistus)
Liber viginti quattuor philosophorum
F. Hudry
143A
III, 1
Nicolaus Trevetus (dubium)
Commentaria in Librum viginti quattuor philosophorum
F. Hudry
143A
III, 1
Thomas Eboracensis
Commentaria in Librum viginti quattuor philosophorum (hoc est: Sapientiale I, 14 et I, 18, excerpta)
F. Hudry
143A
III, 1
Hermes Latinus (Hermes Trismegistus)
De triginta sex decanis
S. Feraboli
144
IV, 1
Hermes Latinus (Hermes Trismegistus)
De triginta sex decanis: cap. XXIV-XXV (sec. translationem Gallicam e cod. Paris. fr. 613 (M) saec. XIV)
S. Feraboli, S. Matton
144
IV, 1
Albumasar (Abū Maʿshar Jaʿfar ibn Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar al-Balkhī)
Kitāb aḥkām al-mawālīd. Anglice reddidit editor
P. Kunitzsch
144C
IV, 4
Alkindus (Abu Yūsuf Yaʻqūb ibn ʼIsḥāq aṣ-Ṣabbāḥ al-Kindī)
Kitāb fī ʿilm al-katif. Anglice reddiderunt editores
G. Bos, Ch. Burnett
144C
IV, 4
Aristoteles (pseudo)
Liber Antimaquis
Ch. Burnett
144C
IV, 4
Aristoteles (pseudo)
Liber Aristotelis de CCLV Indorum voluminibus (sec. translationem Latinam de Arabico quam fecit Hugo Santallensis)
Ch. Burnett, D. Pingree
144C
IV, 4
Aristoteles (pseudo)
Segullat ha-moaḥ seu Sefer asṭamakon). Anglice reddidit editor
F. Lelli
144C
IV, 4
Hermes philosophus (pseudo)
Lectura geomantiae
Th. Charmasson
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
De amicitia vel inimicitia planetarum (excerpta fortasse e translatione Latina de Hebraico operis 'De prima forma cursus planetarum')
Ch. Burnett
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber alius de eadem (id est: Liber alius de spatula translatus de Arabico)
Ch. Burnett
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber de accidentibus (sec. translationem de Castiliano Aegidii Parmensis)
P. Lucentini
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber de spatula (sec. translationem Latinam de Arabico quam fecit Hugo de Santella)
Ch. Burnett
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber de stellis beibeniis (sec. translationem Arabicam)
P. Kunitzsch
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber de stellis beibeniis (sec. translationem Latinam Salionis Patavini)
P. Kunitzsch
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber Hermis ('Sefer Hermes'). Anglice reddidit editor
F. Lelli
144C
IV, 4
Hermes Trismegistus
Liber runarum
P. Lucentini
144C
IV, 4
 

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