Simplician


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Sim`pli´cian


n.1.One who is simple.
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suggests that the oldest manuscript of the work, the Leningrad Codex, which probably stems from the time of Augustine and contains a group of other Augustinian works, may have been begun as a Festschrift of sorts for Simplician.
notes, were derived from Augustine's early attempts to interpret Romans; but other remarks are directed against Augustine's later interpretations, such as those found in Eighty-three Questions and To Simplician (7).