This first, monumental edition of all eight volumes of the Complete Works of John Chrysostom in Greek was “edited and processed by Henry Savil, based on old manuscripts”. The Complete Works were printed by the royal printer John Norton, in the royal college of Eton in 1612.

Savil was assisted by two Greek philologists who resided in Venice, Maximos Margountios and Gabriel Seviros, who dispatched several older manuscript copies to him. A marvelous 1613 copper-plate print, designed by Leonard Gaultier was added to the edition a year later.

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Eton U.K.