1547 · Paris:
John Chrysostom, c. 349 - 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. "Chrysostom's extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles." - Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia.
WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Publica de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain. (Inventory #: LLV2632)