Critici sacri was a compilation of Latin biblical commentaries published in London from 1660, edited by John Pearson. The publisher was Cornelius Bee. The work appeared in nine volumes, and collected numerous authors, both Protestant and Catholic, of early modern critical work on the Bible. It was intended to complement Brian Walton's Polyglot Bible, and set off a series of subsequent related publications.The original work, while influential (particularly in making the notes of Grotius widely available), was not a connected Bible commentary, and was found to be long-winded, as well as scanty in other parts. Later publications attempted to address these shortcomings.
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Gloriosa Crucis Memoria In Expositione Historica De Ortu, & Progressu Sacri... Ordinis Crucigerorum Cum Rubeo Corde, Sanctae Mariae Demetrii De Urbe, ... Nec Non Thesibus Ex... (Latin Edition)