Desiderius Erasmus - Works


  • Novum Instrumentum omne, the first modern and critical version of the Greek New Testament, part of what is now known as the Textus Receptus.
  • Colloquia, which appeared at intervals from 1518 on
  • Apophthegmatum opus
  • Adagia
  • Copia: Foundations of the Abundant Style (1512) (a.k.a. De Copia)
  • The Praise of Folly
  • The first tome or volume of the Paraphrase of Erasmus vpon the newe testamente
  • A playne and godly Exposytion or Declaration of the Commune Crede
  • A handbook on manners for children
  • Disticha de moribus nomine Catonis edition with commentaries (1513), later edited and translated, among others, by Michael Servetus
  • The Education of a Christian Prince (1516)
  • De recta Latini Graecique Sermonis Pronunciatione (1528)
  • De pueris statim ac liberaliter instituendis" (1529)
  • De octo orationis partium constructione libellus (1536) This work was later edited and translated, among others, by Michael Servetus (1549).

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