Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net]



Ezekiel: Reception and Interpretation
(B) Christian Sources prior to 1800



[see also:  General commentaries (pre-1800) and The divine throne-chariot]



The bibliography is divided into six sections as follows:

I.    Influence of Ezekiel on the New Testament (especially the Book of Revelation)

Allison, D. C., Jr., "Acts 9:1-9, 22:6-11, 26:12-18: Paul and Ezekiel", JBL 135 (2016) 807-826.

Bachmann, M., "Ausmessung von Tempel und Stadt. Apk 11,1f und 21,15ff auf dem Hintergrund des Buches Ezechiel", in D. Sänger (ed.), Das Ezechielbuch in der Johannesoffenbarung (BThSt 76; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, ©2004 [actually published 2006]) 61-83. Reprinted [same title] in M. Bachmann, Von Paulus zur Apokalypse – und weiter. Exegetische und rezeptionsgeschichtliche Studien zum Neuen Testament (samt englischsprachigen summaries) (Novum testamentum et orbis antiquus. Studien zur Umwelt des Neuen Testaments, 91; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011) 427-446.

Bøe, S., Gog and Magog: Ezekiel 38-39 as Pre-Text for Revelation 19,17-21 and 20,7-10 (Studiebibliotek for Bibel og Mision; Oslo: Fjellhaug Skoler, 1999); = S. Bøe, Gog and Magog: Ezekiel 38-39 as Pre-Text for Revelation 19,17-21 and 20,7-10 (WUNT II/135; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2001).

Hieke, T., "Der Seher Johannes als neuer Ezechiel. Die Offenbarung des Johannes vom Ezechielbuch her gelesen", in D. Sänger (ed.), Das Ezechielbuch in der Johannesoffenbarung (BThSt 76; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, ©2004 [actually published 2006]) 1-30. Reprinted [same title] in T. Hieke, Studien zum Alten Testament im Neuen Testament (SBAB 67; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 2018) 181-205.

Karrer, M., "Ezechiel im ersten Christentum", in J. C. Gertz – C. Körting – M. Witte (eds.), Das Buch Ezechiel: Komposition, Redaktion und Rezeption (BZAW 516; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020) 255-296.

Kowalski, B., Die Rezeption des Propheten Ezechiel in der Offenbarung des Johannes (SBB 52; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 2004).

Kowalski, B., "Die Ezechielrezeption in der Offenbarung des Johannes und ihre Bedeutung für die Textkritik", Studien zum Neuen Testament und seiner Umwelt 35 (2010) 51-77.

Kowalski, B., "Transformation of Ezekiel in John's Revelation", in W. A. Tooman – M. A. Lyons (eds.), Transforming Visions: Transformations of Text, Tradition, and Theology in Ezekiel. Foreword by M. A. Sweeney (Princeton Theological Monograph Series, 127; ; Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2010) 279-311.

Lust, J., "The Order of the Final Events in Revelation and Ezekiel", in J. Lambrecht (ed.), L'Apocalypse johannique et l'apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament (BETL 53; Gembloux: Duculot; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980) 179-183.

Manning, G. T., Echoes of a Prophet: The Use of Ezekiel in the Gospel of John and in Literature of the Second Temple Period (JSNTSup 270; London: T & T Clark, 2004).

Manning, G. T., "Shepherd, Vine and Bones: The Use of Ezekiel in the Gospel of John", in A. Mein – P. M. Joyce (eds.), After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (LHB/OTS 535; New York & London: T & T Clark, 2011) 25-44.

Moyise, S., "Ezekiel and the Book of Revelation", in A. Mein – P. M. Joyce (eds.), After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (LHB/OTS 535; New York & London: T & T Clark, 2011) 45-57.

Peterson, B. N., John's Use of Ezekiel: Understanding the Unique Perspective of the Fourth Gospel (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2015).

Presser, N., "La escatología apocalíptica de Ezequiel en la Revelación de Juan", DavarLogos 12 (2013) 129-146.

Ruiz, J. P. M., Ezekiel in the Apocalypse: The Transformation of Prophetic Language in Revelation 16,17-19,10 (EHS 23/376; Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1989).

Sänger, D. (ed.), Das Ezechielbuch in der Johannesoffenbarung (BThSt 76; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, ©2004) [actually published 2006].

Vanhoye, A., "L'utilisation du livre d'Ézéchiel dans l'Apocalypse", Bib 43 (1962) 436-476.

Vawter, B., "Ezekiel and John", CBQ 26 (1964) 450-458.

II.    Patristic writings on Ezekiel

1.   An Anthology

Stevenson, K. – M. Glerup (eds.), Ezekiel, Daniel. With introduction to Daniel by C. T. McCollough (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. Old Testament, 13; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2008); = Ezechiele, Daniele. Edizione italiana a cura di I. Maggiulli; introduzione generale di A. Di Bernardino (La Bibbia commentata dai Padri. Antico Testamento, 12; Roma: Città Nuova, 2010).

2.   Main commentators [in order of dates of death]

Origen (185-253/4)
A. [14 Homilies on Ezekiel, in Jerome's Latin rendering], in PG 13, 665-768 (among Origen's works) and again in PL 25, 691-786 (among Jerome's works).
Critical ed.: W. A. Baehrens (ed.), Origenes Werke, Bd. 8: Homilien zu Samuel I, zum Hohelied und zu den Propheten; Kommentar zum Hohelied. In Rufins und Hieronymus' Übersetzungen (Die griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte, 33; Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1925) 319-454.
Italian (1): Origenes, In Ezechielem homiliae XIV: Omelie su Ezechiele. Traduzione, introduzione e note a cura di N. Antoniono (Collana di testi patristici, 67; Roma: Città Nuova, 1987).
Italian-Latin-Greek (2): Opere di Origene: Omelie su Ezechiele. Testo latino con traduzione italiana a fronte: frammenti in greco con traduzione italiana. A cura di A. Grappone; traduzione di F. Bucchi (Opera omnia di Origene, 8; Roma: Città Nuova, 2016).
French-Latin: Origène, Homélies sur Ezéchiel, ed. M. Borret (SC 352; Paris: Cerf, 1989).
English (1): Origen, Homilies 1-14 on Ezekiel. Translated and introduction by T. P. Scheck (Ancient Christian Writers, 62; New York and Mahwah, NJ: Newman Press, 2010).
English-Latin-Greek (2): Origen of Alexandria, Exegetical Works on Ezekiel. The Fourteen Homilies and the Greek fragments of the Homilies, Commentaries and Scholia. Text and Translation. Edited by R. Pearse; translated and annotated by M. Hooker (Ancient Texts in Translation, 2; Ipswich, UK: Chieftain Publishing, 2014).
B. Origen, "Selecta in Ezechielem", in PG 13, 767-826. See also PG 17, 287-288. [Greek fragments, with Latin translation, commenting on selected passages in Ezek, collected from the Greek catenae; perhaps from lost homilies of Origen].
C. Origen, [Fragments from his lost 25-book commentary on Ezek], in PG 13, 663-666 [on Ezek 34,17].

Ephrem (306-373)
[Syriac text of an incomplete commentary, with Latin translation], in J. S. Assemanus – P. Benedictus [Mobarak] – S. E. Assemanus (eds.), Sancti Ephraem opera omnia quae extant, Graece, Syriace, Latine, in sex tomos distributa. Ad MSS. codices Vaticanos aliosque castigata, multis aucta, interpretatione, praefationibus, notis, variantibus lectionibus illustrata. 6 vol. (Romae: ex Typographia Pontificia Vaticana Jo. Mariae Henrici Salvioni, 1732-1746): Tomus II (1740) 165-202 [recent scholars consider the Ezekiel material to be inauthentic; probably taken from a Syrian catena with material from other later authors].

Jerome (ca. 347-419/420)
"Commentariorum in Ezechielem Prophetam Libri Quatuordecim", in PL 25, 15-490.
Critical ed.: Hieronymus, Commentariorum in Hiezechielem libri XIV, ed. F. Glorie (CCSL 75; Turnhout: Brepols, 1964).
English: St. Jerome: Commentary on Ezekiel. Trans. and ed. T. P. Scheck (Ancient Christian Writers, 71; New York and Mahwah, NJ: Newman Press, 2017).

Theodoret of Cyrus [Cyrrhus] (ca. 393 - ca. 460)
"Hermēneia tēs propheteias tou hagiou Iezekiēl / In divini Ezechielis prophetiam interpretatio", in PG 81, 807-1256.
English: Theodoret of Cyrus: Commentary on the Prophets, vol. 2: Commentary on the Prophet Ezekiel. Trans. and ed. R. C. Hill (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2007).

Gregory the Great (ca. 540-604)
"Homiliarum in Ezechielem Prophetam Libri Duo", in PL 76, 785-1072.
Critical ed.: Sancti Gregorii Magni Homiliae in Hiezechihelem Prophetam, ed. M. Adriaen (CCSL 142; Turnhout: Brepols, 1971).
Italian: Gregorio Magno, Homiliae in Ezechielem: Omelie su Ezechiele. Traduzione, introduzione e note a cura di Emilio Gandolfo. 2 vol. (Collana di testi patristici, 17; Roma: Città Nuova, 1979-1980).
French-Latin: Grégoire le Grand, Homélies sur Ézéchiel, ed. C. Morel. 2 vol. (SC 327 / 360; Paris: Cerf, 1986 / 1990).
Italian-Latin: Gregorio Magno, Homiliae in Ezechielem. Omelie su Ezechiele, eds. V. Recchia – E. Gandalfo (Opere di Gregorio Magno, 3/1-2; Roma: Città Nuova, 1992-1993) [Latin text from CCSL].
English: The Homilies of St. Gregory the Great on the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel, translated by Theodosia Gray, with an introduction by Bishop Chrysostomos, and edited by Juliana Cownie (Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 1990). Second English ed.: [same title], translated by Theodosia Tomkinson with introduction by Archbishop Chrysostomos (Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 22008) [translated from the PL text].

III.    Commentators between 800 and 1499 [in order of dates of death]

Rhabanus Maurus (ca. 780-856)
"Commentariorum in librum Ezechielem libri viginti", in PL 110, 493-1084 [alternative forms of the name: "Rabanus", "Hrabanus"].

Haimo of Auxerre / Haymon d'Auxerre (fl. 840-860; died ca. 865)
Haymonis Autissiodorensis Annotatio libri Iezechielis imperfecta, editio princeps cura et studio Roger Gryson (CCCM 135E – Haymonis Autissiodorensis Opera exegetica, 6; Turnhout: Brepols, 2015).

Rupertus Tuitiensis Abbas [Rupert of Deutz] (ca. 1070-1129)
"De Sancta Trinitate et operibus eius libri XLII. Libri XXX-XXXI: In Ezechielem Prophetam libri II", in PL 167, 1419-1498 [on Ezek 1-12 (Liber primus) and 40-48 (Liber secundus)].
Critical ed.: Rupertus Tuitiensis, De Sancta Trinitate et operibus eius, ed. H. Haacke. 4 vol. (CCCM 21-24; Turnhout: Brepols, 1971-1972); the Ezek commentary (books 30-31) is in CCCM 23 (1972) 1643-1737.

Richard of St Victor (fl. 1162-1173)
"In Visionem Ezechielis", in PL 196, 527-600 [literal explanation of the visions of the cherubim in Ezek 1 (briefly) and of the temple in Ezek 40-48 (most of the work), with 13 diagrams on the temple].

Andrew of St Victor (ca. 1110-1175)
Andreas a Sancto Victore, Opera, VI: Expositio in Ezechielem, ed. M. A. Signer (CCCM 53E; Turnhout: Brepols, 1991) [the commentary stops at Ezek 44].

Nicolas Cabasilas (ca. 1322-1392)
Congourdeau, M.-H., "Ézéchiel, prophète de l'économie du Sauveur: trois opuscules de Nicolas Cabasilas", Revue des Etudes Byzantines 76 (2018) 137-166.

Dionysius Carthusianus [Denis the Carthusian] (ca. 1402-1471)
Enarrationes piae ac eruditae in IIII. Prophetas Maiores: Esaiam, Hieremiam, Ezechielem, Danielem (Coloniae [Köln]: Quentell, 1534). Revised edition: Enarrationes piae ac eruditae in quatuor prophetas (quos vocant) maiores: Isaiam, Ieremiam, eiusque Threnos & Baruch, Ezechielem, Danielem. Recens ad archetypa ipsa, quantum fieri potuit, recognitae: id quod studiosus lector facile animadvertet (Coloniae: ex officina haeredum I. Quentel, 1557).

IV.    Selected commentaries on Ezekiel from 1500 to 1799 [in order of dates of death]

1.   An Anthology

Beckwith, C. L. (ed.), Ezekiel, Daniel (Reformation Commentary on Scripture, Old Testament, 12; Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2012).

2.   Protestant commentators

Oecolampadius, Johannes (1482-1531)
In prophetam Ezechielem commentarius D. Ioan. Oecolampadii, per Vuolfgangum Capitonem aeditus (Argentorati [= Strassburg]: apud Matthiam Apiarium, 1534). [from his lectures given in 1527/28, edited after his death by Wolfgang Capito] (digital images here)

Zwingli, Huldrych (1484-1531)
Farner, O. – Künzli, E. (eds.), Huldreich Zwinglis sämtliche Werke. Unter Mitwirkung des Zwingli-Vereins in Zürich und mit Unterstützung des schweizerischen Nationalfonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung herausgegeben von Emil Egli et al. Teil 14: Exegetische Schriften, 2: Altes Testament. Die Propheten: Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel, Daniel sowie die 12 Kleinen Propheten (Corpus reformatorum, 101; Zürich: Berichthaus, 1956-1959 / Leipzig: Heinsius, 1959). Reprinted Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1982. [The Scholia on Ezekiel are on pp. 685-741]

Calvin, Jean (1509-1564)
A. In viginti prima Ezechielis prophetae capita praelectiones, Joannis Budaei et Caroli Jonuillaei labore et industria exceptae, cum praefatione Theodori Bezae (Genevae: ex officina Francisci Perrini, 1565) [many subsequent printings].
Critical ed.: W. Baum – E. Cunitz – E. Reuss (eds.), Ioanni Calvini Opera quae supersunt omnia. Teil 40: Ioannis Calvini Opera exegetica et homiletica, 18; Ioannis Calvini Praelectiones in Ezechielis prophetae viginti capita priora (Corpus reformatorum, 68; Brunsvigae: Schwetschke, 1889). Reprint: New York: Johnson, 1964.
French: Leçons ou commentaires & expositions de M. Jean Calvin, sur les vingt premiers chapitres de révélations du prophète Ezéchiel: qui sont les dernieres leçons qu'il a faites avant sa mort... (Genève: de l'imprimerie de François Perrin, 1565).
English: John Calvin, Commentaries on the First Twenty Chapters of the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel. Now first translated from the original Latin, and collated with the French version, by Thomas Myers. 2 vol. (Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1849-1850). Reprint: (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1948-1949). Online edition here. Another partial English version: Jean Calvin, Ezekiel 1 (Chapters 1-12). Translated from the French by D. Foxgrover and D. Martin. Revised ed. (Calvin's Old Testament Commentaries, 18; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans; Carlisle: Paternoster, 1994). [apparently the second part never appeared]
B. Calvin, Jean, Sermons sur le livre des révélations du prophète Ézéchiel chapitres 36-48, ed. E. A. de Boer – B. Nagy (Supplementa Calviniana: Sermons inédits, 10/3; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2006).

Strigel, Victor (1524-1569)
Ezechiel Propheta ad Ebraicam Veritatem Recognitus, & argumentis atque scholijs illustratus a Victorino Strigelio (Lipsiae: imprimebat Johannes Steinman, typis Voegelianis, 1570).

Lavater, Ludwig (1527-1586)
Propheta Ezechiel Ludovici Lavateri ministri Tigurini homiliis seu Commentariis expositus: Chronologia sub finem adjuncta est, ad intelligenda non solum hujus prophetae verum etiam Jeremiae ac Danielis recondita vaticinia. Duorum indicum prior continet res et sententias: posterior vero loca utriusque testamenti quae in his commentariis aut ipse author interpretatur, aut appositè an sensum suum accommodat (Genevae: Johannes Crispinus, 1571).
Second edition (revised): Propheta Ezechiel Ludovici Lavateri, Tigurinae Ecclesiae ministri, homiliis seu potius commentariis expositus. Chronologia sub finem adjuncta est, ad intelligenda non solum huius prophetae, verum etiam Jeremiae ac Danielis recondita vaticinia. Duorum indicum prior continet res et sententias : posterior vero loca utriusque testamenti quae in his commentariis aut ipse author interpretatur, aut appositè an sensum suum accommodat. Editio secunda ab ipso authore recognita (Genevae: apud Eustathium Vignon, 1581).

Junius, Franciscus (François du Jon) (1545-1602)
Francisci Iunii Biturigis Commentaria in Iechezkelem Prophetam. Nunc primum in lucem post Auctoris obitum emissa ([Heidelberg]: in bibliopolio Commeliniano, 1610). [the commentary stops at Ezek 40,8-9]
The Ezekiel commentary appeared in the 1613 edition of his Opera omnia, not in the preceding editions of 1607 (Geneva) and 1608 (Heidelberg): Opera Theologica Francisci Iunii Biturigis sacrarum literarum professoris eximii. Editio postrema, prioribus auctior. Catalogum librorum, qui primo Tomo continentur, exhibet pagina Epistolae Dedicatoriae subiuncta. Praefixa est Vita Auctoris. Omnia cum Indicibus VII. accuratissimis. Tomus primus (Genevae: apud Petrum & Iacobum Chouët, 1613) 763-1146, under the title "Francisci Iunii Biturigis commentaria in Iechezkelem prophetam. Nunc primum in lucem post Auctoris obitum emissa". [here too the commentary stops at Ezek 40,8-9]

Osiander, Lucas (1534-1604)
Ezechiel, Daniel, Osee, Ioel, Amos, Abdias, Ionas, Michaeas, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, & Malachias: Iuxta Veterem Seu Vulgatam Translationem, Ad Hebraeam Veritatem emendati, & brevi ac perspicua Explicatione illustrati: insertis etiam praecipuis Locis Communibus in lectione sacra observandis (Tubingae: excudebat Georgius Gruppenbachius, 1579).

Pappus, Johann (1549-1610)
In Omnes Prophetas, tam Maiores quatuor, 1. Iesaiam, 2. Ieremiam cum Threnis & Baruch, 3. Iezechielem, 4. Danielem, quam Minores duodecim, 1. Hoseam, 2. Ioelem, 3. Amos, 4. Abdiam, 5. Ionam, 6. Michaeam, 7. Nahum, 8. Habacuc, 9. Zephaniam, 10. Haggaeum, 11. Zachariam, 12. Malachiam; Scholae breves et methodicae, propositae in Academia Argentoratensi (Francofurti ad Moenum: ex officina typographica Iohann. Spiessii, 1593).

Polanus von Polansdorf, Amandus (1561-1610)
Amandi Polani à Polansdorf In Librum Prophetiarum Ezechielis commentarii: in quibus logica analysi et theologica ἐκθέσει tradita in publicis praelectionibus in vetusta Basiliensi Academia totius libri genuinus sensus & multiplex usus ostenditur. Cum triplici indice, primo quidem Vocum Hebraicarum explicatarum: secundo Rerum maxime insignium & vocum difficiliorum: tertio vero Locorum Scripturae qui in his commentariis ex Veteri & Novo Testamento citantur & explicantur (Basileae: typis Conradi Waldkirchii, 1608).

Heilbrunner, Philipp (1546-1616)
Ezechielis prophetae vaticinia: in locos communes theologicos digesta: & quaestionibus methodi illustrata: studio & opera Philippi Hailbrunneri (Lavingae: Leonhardus Reinmichaelius Typographus Palatinus, 1587). [not a verse-by-verse commentary but a presentation of various doctrinal "loci communes" attached to selected verses from the book of Ezekiel, after the model of Melanchthon on Romans]

Hafenreffer, Matthias (1561-1619)
Templum Ezechielis, sive In 9. postrema prophetae capita commentarius: non tantum genuinam textus et expeditam interpretationem, unâ cum templi, admiranda Spiritus S. cura & studio delineati, architectonica aeneis formis expressa: verum etiam de praecipuis christianae religionis capitibus jucundas & utiles Meditationes; facilem insuper de Hebraeorum omnium generum Mensuris, Ponderibus ac Monetis, cum nostratibus comparatam explicationem complectens... (Tubingae: typis Theodorici Werlini, sumptibus Iohannis Berneri Francofurtensis, 1613).

Brandmüller, Jacob (1565-1629)
Analysis typica Librorum Veteris Testamenti Poeticorum, nempe Jobi, Psalmorum, Proverbiorum Salomonis, Ecclesiastis Salomonis, Cantici Cantic. Salomonis: Propheticorum, Hoc est, Prophetarum Majorum & Minorum (veluti pars altera ad Analysin typicam librorum V.T. historicorum, per D. Mosen Pflacherum olim institutam, pertinens). Ad intelligendam rerum seriem ac memoriam juvandam accomodata: Cum Scholiis σποράδην aspersis: Operâ M. Jacobi Brandmylleri, verbi Dei in minore Basilea ministri (Basileæ Helvet.: sumptibus Ludovici König, 1621). [Not in PRDL but available online here]

Calixt, Georg (1586-1656)
Scholae propheticae ex academicis praelectionibus summi theologi B. D. Georgii Calixti in IV. Prophetas maiores ab interitu vindicatae et praefatione atque indicibus necessariis instructae; opera et studio Jo. Ernesti Schulenburgii, Prot-Ecclesiastae Aulici, Consist. Consil. et Gymn. Inspect. Quedlinb. (Quedlinburgi & Ascaniae: sumptibus Gottlob Ernesti Struntzii, 1713).

Coccejus, Johannes (1603-1669)
Prophetia Ezechielis, cum Commentario Johannis Cocceii. Accedunt XIX Typi aeri incisi, qui exhibent Sanctuarium, quod vidit Propheta ejusque partes & mensuras earum (Amstelodami: ex officina Johannis a Someren, 1669). The commentary was reprinted in the various editions of Coccejus's Opera omnia, as follows:
•   Opera omnia, 1st ed. (1673): Operum Johannis Coccei, dum viveret in Academia Lugduno-Batava S.S. Theologiae Professoris, Tomus Tertius: Commentarius in Prophetiam & Threnos Jeremiae. Commentarius in Prophetiam Ezechielis. Observationes in Danielem. Commentarius in Prophetas duodecim Minores (Amstelodami: ex officina Johannis à Someren, 1673). [in this edition each section has its own separate pagination; the Ezek comm. has 215 pp, including the plates illustrating the Temple of Ezek 40ff.]
•   Opera omnia, 2nd ed. (1689): Johannis Coccei Doctoris ac Professoris Theologi in Academia Lugdunensi Batava, longe celeberrimi, Opera omnia theologica, exegetica, didactica, polemica, philologica. LXX. circiter tractatibus, post praefationem enumeratis, absoluta. Quibus Veteris et Novi Instrumenti Codices commentariis haud vulgaribus illustrantur; veritas religionis christianae argumentis solidissimis asseritur: lites recentes atque veteres dexterrime dirimuntur, infucatae denique pietatis exercitia strenue urgentur. Tomus III: Commentarius in Prophetiam & Threnos Jeremiae; Ezechielis; In Prophetas duodecim Minores. Et Observationes in Danielem. Editio Secunda, ab innumeris mendis, quibus prior scatebat, diligenter purgata, et Triplici Indice locupletata. (Francofurti ad Moenum: typis et impensis Balthasaris Christophori Wustii, 1689). [continuous pagination in this edition, the Ezek commentary being on pp. 133-325]
•   Opera omnia, 3rd ed. (1701): Johannis Cocceji S. S. Th. Doct. ac Prof. in Acad. Lugd. Batava Opera Omnia Theologica, Exegetica, Didactica, Polemica, Philologica. Tomus tertius: Commentarius in Prophetas Majores. Editio Tertia, auctior & emendatior (Amstelodami : ex typographia P. et J. Blaeu, prostant apud Janssonio-Waesbergios, Boom et Goethals, 1701). [In this edition there is separate pagination for the Isaiah section but continuous pagination for the sections on Jer & Lam, and Ezek with its illustrations, and Daniel. The Ezekiel section (pp. 133-308) is entitled "Prophetia Ezechielis Commentario illustrata a Iohanne Cocceio, cum neceßarijs iconibus".]

Trapp, John (1601-1669)
A Commentary or Exposition upon These Following Books of Holy Scripture: Proverbs of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel & Daniel: Being A Third Volume of Annotations upon the Whole Bible (London: Printed by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons bookseller in Kederminster and are to be sold by Henry Mortlock at the Phenix in Pauls Churchyard and by Thomas Basset in Dunstans Churchyard in Fleet-street, 1660). [The commentaries on the prophetic books constitute the second part of this volume, which begins with new pagination; the Ezekiel commentary is on pp. 391-518.] [download link available here]
Reprinted again, this time with useful editorial revisions, in: Trapp, John, A Commentary on the Old and New Testaments. Reprinted from the author's last edition. With a memoir by A. B. Grosart. Edited by the Rev. W. Webster and the Rev. Hugh Martin. 5 vol. (London: Richard D. Dickinson, 1867-1868). The Ezekiel commentary is in Vol. Three (ed. by H. Martin), 569-660.

Greenhill, William (1581-1671)
An Exposition ... of the Prophet Ezekiel, with useful observations thereupon. 5 vol. (London: M. Simmons, 1645-1662). One-volume abbreviated edition : An Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel: with useful observations thereupon. Delivered in several lectures in London, by William Greenhill, A.D. 1650. Revised and corrected by James Sherman (London: Samuel Holdsworth, 1837). [The date "A.D. 1650" is inexact]. This edition was reprinted under the same title several times, e.g. (Edinburgh: J. Nichol, 1863). Facsimile reprint of the 1863 edition: An Exposition of Ezekiel (A Geneva series commentary; Edinburgh – Carlisle, PA: Banner of Truth Trust, 1994).

Petersen, Johann Wilhelm (1649-1727)
Das Zeugniss Jesu aus dem Propheten Ezechiel, durch den Geist der Weissagung dargethan von Iohann Wilhelm Petersen, der H. Schrifft D. (Franckfurth: Johann Maximilian von Sand, 1719).

Starck, Johann Friedrich (1680-1756)
Ioh. Frid. Starckii Verbi Divini Ministri Francofvrti ad Moenvm Commentarivs in Prophetam Ezechielem in quo ex Fontibvs Sacris Cvivsqve Versvs et Commatis Sensvs Ervitvr, et Doctrinæ ad Cognitionem Veritatis et Praxin Pietatis Addvntvr. Interpretvm Celeberrimorvm Explicationibvs vt Totam Revelationem ita etiam Templvm Ezechielis Illvstrantibvs. Inspersis observationibus, quæ pertinent ad Criticam, Antiquitatem et Historiam. Cvm Triplici Indice et Præfatione Iohan. Georgii Pritii S. S. Theol. Doct. Et Ministerii Francof. Senioris (Francofvrti ad Moenvm: sumptibus et typis Reinhardi Eustachii Molleri, 1731). [not mentioned in PRDL but online here]

Venema, Hermannus (1697-1787)
Hermanni Venema Lectiones academicae ad Ezechielem. Pars I: ad cap. XXI. Edidit et praefatus est Joannes Henricus Verschuir (Leovardiae [Leeuwarden] & Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Cornelium van Sligh & A. et J. Honkoop, 1790).
Hermanni Venema Lectiones academicae ad Ezechielem. Pars II et ultima. Edidit et praefatus est Joannes Henricus Verschuir (Leovardiae [Leeuwarden] & Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Cornelium van Sligh & A. et J. Honkoop, 1791). [the commentary ends at Ezek 39; no explanation is given for the absence of Ezek 40-48.]

Volborth, Johann Karl (1748-1796)
Ezechiel aufs neue aus dem Hebräischen übersetzt und mit kurzen Anmerkungen fur unstudierte Leser begleitet von Johann Carl Volborth Professor der Theologie und Prediger zu Göttingen (Göttingen: bey Johann Daniel Gotthelf Brose, 1787).

Newcome, William (1729-1800)
An Attempt towards an Improved Version, a Metrical Arrangement, and an Explanation of the Prophet Ezekiel. By William Newcome D.D. bishop of Waterford, and member of the Royal Irish Academy (Dublin: printed by R. Marchbank, 1788).

3.   Catholic commentators

Serrano, Petrus [Pedro] (?-1578)
Commentaria in Ezechielem prophetam (Antverpiae: ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1572).

Maldonado, Juan de, S.J. (1533-1583)
Commentarij in Prophetas IIII : Ieremiam, Baruch, Ezechielem, & Danielem. Accessit expositio Psalmi CIX. & Epistola de collatione sedanensi cum calvinianis, eodem auctore (Parisiis: H. Cardon, 1610) [first published Lyon 1609, posthumously]. The Ezekiel commentary was reprinted in J.-P. Migne (ed.), Scripturae sacrae cursus completus: ex commentariis omnium perfectissimis ubique habitis et a magna parte episcoporum necnon theologorum Europae catholicae universim ad hoc interrogatorum, designatis unice conflatus..., XIX: In Jeremiam, in Baruch et in Ezechielem commentaria (Paris: Migne, 1840) 645-1016.

Pintus [Pinto], Hector (1528-1584)
F. Hectoris Pinti Lusitani, Hieronymiani, In Ezechielem prophetam commentaria. Omnia iudicio et correctioni sanctae Romanae & universalis Ecclesiae subiecta sunto (Salmanticae: Apud Ioannem a Canoua, 1568). [several subsequent printings in various places]

Prado, Jerónimo de, S.J. (1547-1595) – Juan Bautista Villalpando S.J. (1552-1608)
In Ezechielem explanationes et apparatus urbis, ac templi hierosolymitani. Commentariis et imaginibus illustratus opus tribus tomis distinctum (Roma: ex typographia Aloysij Zannetti, 1596 [vol. 1] / Roma: Carolus Vulliettus, 1604 / 1605 [vol. 2-3]).

Sanctius [Sánchez], Gaspar, S.J. (1554-1628)
In Ezechielem & Danielem prophetas commentarij cum paraphrasi (Lugduni: sumptibus Horatii Cardon, 1619).

Lapide, Cornelius a, S.J. (1567-1637)
Commentaria in Ezechielem prophetam (Antuerpiae: apud Martinum Nutium & fratres, 1621). [The commentary was reprinted many times in the various collections of A Lapide's commentaries; further details here.]

V.    Selected studies on pre-1800 Christian interpretation of Ezekiel

Boer, E. A. de, John Calvin on the Visions of Ezekiel: Historical and Hermeneutical Studies in John Calvin's "Sermons inédits", especially on Ezek. 36-48 (Kerkhistorische Bijdragen, 21; Leiden: Brill, 2004). [Besides the main topic of the monograph, the four opening chapters (19-101) present a useful survey of the study of Ezekiel from Patristic times up to Calvin.]

Contreni, J. J., "Haimo of Auxerre's Commentary on Ezechiel", in D. Iogna-Prat – C. Jeudy – G. Lobrichon (eds.), L'École carolingienne d'Auxerre, de Muretach à Remi (830-908). Entretiens d'Auxerre 1989 (Paris: Beauchesne, 1991) 229-242.

Contreni, J. J., "'By Lions, Bishops are Meant; by Wolves, Priests': History, Exegesis, and the Carolingian Church in Haimo of Auxerre's Commentary on Ezechiel", Francia 29 (2002) 29-55.

Dassmann, E., "Hesekiel", RAC 14 (1988) 1132-1191.

Delano-Smith, C., "Maps and Plans in Medieval Exegesis: Richard of St. Victor's 'In visionem Ezechielis'", in E. A. Matter – L. Smith (eds.), From Knowledge to Beatitude: St. Victor, Twelfth-Century Scholars, and Beyond. Essays in Honor of Grover A. Zinn, Jr. (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013) 1-45.

Donzel, E. J. van – A. B. Schmidt, Gog and Magog in Early Eastern Christian and Islamic Sources: Sallam's Quest for Alexander's Wall. With a contribution by Claudia Ott (Brill's Inner Asian Library, 22; Leiden: Brill, 2009).

Duguid, I. M., "Ezekiel: History of Interpretation", in M. J. Boda – J. G. McConville (eds.), Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2012) 229-235. [presents the post-1800 period too]

Elliott, M. W., "The Contribution of the History of Ezekiel-Interpretation and the Tradition of 'Reformed' Exegesis, with Particular Reference to Ezekiel 21.25-27 (30-32)", in W. A. Tooman – P. Barter (eds.), Ezekiel: Current Debates and Future Directions (FAT 112; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017) 442-458.

Galambush, J. G., "Ezekiel, Book of", in J. H. Hayes (ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1999) I (A-J) 372-375. [presents the post-1800 period too]

Garstad, B., "Nebuchadnezzar's Siege of Tyre in Jerome's 'Commentary on Ezekiel'", Vigiliae Christianae 70 (2016) 175-192.

Harvey, J., "Ézéchiel", DSpir IV/2 (1961) 2204-2220, esp. 2218-2220 [on early commentaries].

Hauspie, K., "Theodoret and Messianic Verses in the Septuagint Version of Ezekiel", in M. A. Knibb (ed.), The Septuagint and Messianism (BETL 195; Leuven: Leuven University Press – Peeters, 2006) 503-514.

Hauspie, K., "Ezek 1 – Approach by Theodoret of Cyr: Notes on Ezekiel's Vision of the Throne-Chariot", in H. Ausloos – J. Cook – F. García Martínez – B. Lemmelijn – M. Vervenne (eds.), Translating a Translation: The LXX and Its Modern Translations in the Context of Early Judaism (BETL 213; Leuven: Peeters, 2008) 79-87.

Hauspie, K., "Theodoret of Cyrus's Philological Remarks in his Commentary to Ezekiel", in M. K. H. Peters (ed.), XIII Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Ljubljana, 2007 (SBLSCS 55; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2008) 155-165.

Hauspie, K., "Hebrew Transliterations in the Septuagint Version of Ezekiel Elucidated: In Search of the Sources of Theodoret of Cyrrhus", in W. Kraus – M. Karrer (eds.), Die Septuaginta – Texte, Theologien, Einflüsse. 2. Internationale Fachtagung veranstaltet von Septuaginta Deutsch (LXX.D), Wuppertal 23.-27. Juli 2008. Unter Mitarbeit von Martin Meiser (WUNT 252; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010) 435-444.

Joyce, P. M., "Ezekiel", in M. Lieb – E. Mason – J. Roberts (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Reception History of the Bible (Oxford Handbooks; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011) 64-76.

Joyce, P., et al., "Ezekiel (Book and Person)", EBR 8 (2014) 582-617. Details: I. Hebrew Bible / Old Testament (P. Joyce) 582-590; II. New Testament (S. Moyise) 590-591; III. Judaism (M. Popović – G. Stemberger – D. Davies – R. Friedman) 592-604; IV. Christianity (A. Mein) 604-607; V. Islam (S. Burge) 607-608; VI. Literature (A. Mein) 608-610; VII. Visual Arts (O. Z. Soltes) 611-613; VIII. Music (S. R. Havsteen) 613-615; IX. Film (S. Gravett) 615-617.

Joyce, P. M., "Reception and Interpretation in Ezekiel", in W. A. Tooman – P. Barter (eds.), Ezekiel: Current Debates and Future Directions (FAT 112; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017) 459-476.

Kessler, S. C., Gregor der Große als Exeget. Eine theologische Interpretation der Ezechielhomilien (Innsbrucker theologische Studien, 43; Innsbruck: Tyrolia, 1995).

Lyons, M. A., "Who Takes the Initiative? Reading Ezekiel in the Second Temple Period and Late Antiquity", in W. A. Tooman – P. Barter (eds.), Ezekiel: Current Debates and Future Directions (FAT 112; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017) 417-441.

McNamara, M., "Two Recent Studies on Works of Josephus Scottus and Haimo of Auxerre: A Review Essay", PIBA 41-42 (2018-2019) 75-85. [on Haimo's Ezekiel commentary see esp. 75-80]

Mein, A. – P. M. Joyce (eds.), After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (LHB/OTS 535; New York & London: T & T Clark, 2011).

Mein, A., "Ezekiel’s Women in Christian Interpretation: The Case of Ezekiel 16", in A. Mein – P. M. Joyce (eds.), After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (LHB/OTS 535; New York & London: T & T Clark, 2011) 159-183.

Neuss, W., Die Entwicklung der theologischen Auffassung des Buches Ezechiel bis zur Zeit der Frühscholastik (Münster in Westf.: Aschendorff, 1911). [partial publication of his Bonn dissertation (1911)]

Neuss, W., Das Buch Ezechiel in Theologie und Kunst bis zum Ende des XII. Jahrhunderts: mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Gemälde in der Kirche zu Schwarzrheindorf. Ein Beitrag zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Typologie der Christlichen, vornehmlich in den Benediktinerklöstern (Beiträge zur Geschichte des Alten Mönchtums und des Benediktinerordens, 1-2; Münster in Westf.: Aschendorff, 1912).

Olley, J. W., "Trajectories of Ezekiel (Part 2): Beyond the Book", CBR 10.1 (2011) 53-80.

Sawyer, J. F. A., "Ezekiel in the History of Christianity", in A. Mein – P. M. Joyce (eds.), After Ezekiel: Essays on the Reception of a Difficult Prophet (LHB/OTS 535; New York & London: T & T Clark, 2011) 1-9.

Schöpflin, K., "Prophet, Gottesthron, steinernes Menschenherz, Totenfeld und Quelle des Lebens – Aspekte der Rezeption des Ezechielbuches", in J. C. Gertz – C. Körting – M. Witte (eds.), Das Buch Ezechiel: Komposition, Redaktion und Rezeption (BZAW 516; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020) 297-328.

Signer, M. A., "Vision and History: Nicholas of Lyra on the Prophet Ezekiel," in P. D. W. Krey – L. J. Smith (eds.), Nicholas of Lyra: The Senses of Scripture (Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 90; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 147-171.

Slotemaker, J. T., "'"Fuisse in Forma Hominis" Belongs to Christ Alone': John Calvin's Trinitarian Hermeneutics in His Lectures on Ezekiel", SJT 68 (2015) 421-436.

VI.    Online resources

The Post-Reformation Digital Library
The Post-Reformation Digital Library gives convenient access to online versions of many of the works noted above.
From the homepage: "The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.). Late medieval and patristic works printed and referenced in the early modern era are also included."