Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net]



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



[see also:  Commentaries on the whole Bible (pre-1800); reception of Isa 6 and of Isa 52,13-53,12]


The bibliography is divided into two parts with ten main sections as follows:

A.   Texts

B.   Studies


A.   Texts

I.    Patristic writings on Isaiah

1.   Anthologies of Patristic commentaries

Elliott, M. W. (ed.), Isaiah. Vol. II: Isaiah 40–66 (ACCS OT, 11; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2007). Italian version: Isaia 40-66. Edizione italiana a cura di Paolo Bernardini; introduzione generale di Angelo Di Bernardino (La Bibbia commentata dai Padri. Antico Testamento, 10/2; Roma: Città Nuova, 2011).

Hamman, A.-G. (ed.), Isaïe expliqué par les Pères: Origène, Homélies traduites par Jacques Millet; Sermons d'Augustin, d'Eusèbe le Gallican, de saint Bernard, de Rupert de Deutz, traduits par Jacqueline Legée et le Carmélites de Mazille; Introduction et conseils de travail personnel, par A.-G. Hamman (Les Pères dans la foi, 25; Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1983).

Manley, J. (ed.), Isaiah through the Ages. Compiled and edited by Johanna Manley (Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1995).

McKinion, S. A. (ed.), Isaiah. Vol. I: Isaiah 1-39 (ACCS OT, 10; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2004). Italian version: Isaia 1-39. Edizione italiana a cura di Paolo Bernardini; introduzione generale di Angelo Di Bernardino (La Bibbia commentata dai Padri. Antico Testamento, 10/1; Roma: Città Nuova, 2010).

Wilken, R. L. (ed.), Isaiah: Interpreted by Early Christian and Medieval Commentators. With the collaboration of Angela Russell Christman and Michael J. Hollerich (The Church's Bible; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2007).

2.   Individual writers [generally in order of dates of death]

Origen (185-253/254)
[the surviving material consists of nine homilies (out of 25 or 32 – according to different sources) in Jerome's Latin translation (the Greek text is lost); there are also a few fragments of Origen's lost commentary on Isaiah]
A.   Jerome's Latin text of Origen's surviving Isaiah Homilies
  Migne's editions: the same homilies are given both in PG and in PL as follows:
PG 13 (ed. 1857) 219B-254 "Homiliae in Visiones Isaiae", preceded by two fragments of Origen's commentary on Isaiah (in Rufinus's Latin translation): 217A-218A (ex libro primo Origenis super Isaiam) and 217B-220A (e vicesimo octavo libro Origenis in Isaiam). [both taken from the "Apologia Pamphili martyris pro Origene"]
PL 24 (ed. 1845) 901-936: "S. Eusebii Hieronymi stridonensis presbyteri translatio Homiliarum Novem in visiones Isaiae Origenis Adamantii".
  Critical editions:
Baehrens, W. A. (ed.), Origenes Werke, Bd. 8: Homilien zu Samuel I, zum Hohelied und zu den Propheten; Kommentar zum Hohelied. In Rufins und Hieronymus' Übersetzungen (GCS 33 / Origenes Werke, 8; Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1925). For the Isaiah homilies see XXVIII-L (in the Einleitung) and 242-289 (in the text-edition).
Fürst, A. – C. Hengstermann (ed. and trans.), Origenes: Die Homilien zum Buch Jesaja. Im Anhang: Fragmente und Zeugnisse des Jesajakommentars und: Theophilus von Alexandria, Traktat gegen Origenes über die Vision Jesajas (Origenes, Werke mit deutscher Übersetzung, 10; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009). For the "Fragmente und Zeugnisse des Jesajakommentars" (including Jerome's Letter 18B) see pp. 308-329.
B.   Other modern translations of Origen's Isaiah Homilies [in chronological order]
Millet, J., "Origène, Homélies sur Isaïe", in A.-G. Hamman (ed.), Isaïe expliqué par les Pères: Origène, Homélies traduites par Jacques Millet; Sermons d'Augustin, d'Eusèbe le Gallican, de saint Bernard, de Rupert de Deutz, traduits par Jacqueline Legée et le Carmélites de Mazille; Introduction et conseils de travail personnel, par A.-G. Hamman (Les Pères dans la foi, 25; Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1983) 19-87.
Danieli, M. I. (ed. and trans.), Origene, Omilie su Isaia: traduzione, introduzione e note (Collana di testi patristici, 132; Roma: Città Nuova, 1996).
Fernández Eyzaguirre, S. (ed. and trans.), Orígenes, Homilías sobre Isaías: introducción, traducción y notas (Biblioteca de patrística, 89; Madrid: Ciudad Nueva, 2012).
Scheck, T. P., St. Jerome: Commentary on Isaiah. Including St. Jerome's Translation of Origen's Homilies 1-9 on Isaiah. Translated and with an Introduction by Thomas P. Scheck (Ancient Christian Writers, 68; New York & Mahwah, NJ: Newman Press, 2015). Origen's Homilies are on pp. 881-928.
Dively Lauro, E. A. (ed. and trans.), Origen: Homilies on Isaiah (The Fathers of the Church, 142; Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2021).

Eusebius of Caesarea (born between 260 and 264; died ca. 340)
A.   The Isaiah commentary
PG 24 (ed. 1857) 89C-526A: "Ευσεβιου υπομνηματα εις Ησαιαν: Eusebii commentaria in Hesaiam". Preceded by Migne's "Praefatio" (77-90B).
Critical edition:
Eusebius Werke, Neunter Band: Der Jesajakommentar. Herausgegeben von Joseph Ziegler (GCS; Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1975). Reprinted: Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013.
English translation (no other translations are available at present):
Eusebius of Caesarea, Commentary on Isaiah. Translated with an introduction and notes by Jonathan J. Armstrong, edited by Joel C. Elowsky (Ancient Christian Texts; Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2013).
B.   The Eclogae Propheticae ("Prophetic Selections")
[an early work of Eusebius, where the whole of Book IV is devoted to comments on some 36 selected texts from Isaiah]
Gaisford, T. (ed.), Eusebii Pamphili episcopi Caesariensis eclogae propheticae, e codice manuscripto Bibliothecae Caesareae Vindobonensis nunc primum edidit Thomas Gaisford (Oxonii: e Typographeo Academico [Oxford: Oxford University Press], 1842). [Greek text only, no translation]
Reprinted in PG 22 (ed. 1857) 1021A-1262C (with Migne's introductory material 1017-1022, taken from Gaisford's edition). The Latin translation was supplied by Migne. The work has not yet appeared in the GCS series "Eusebius Werke".

Theodore of Heraclea in Thrace (died ca. 355)
[parts of his Isaiah commentary survived in Catenae, as follows:]
Mai, A. (ed.), Novae Patrum bibliothecae tomus sextus. Continens in parte I. sancti Athanasii epistolas festales Syriace et latine cum chronico et fragmentis aliis. In parte II. Leonis Allatii tres grandes dissertationes de Nicetis de Philonibus et de Theodoris cum ipsius Allatii vita et plurimis aliorum opusculis ac tabulis XI (Romae: typis Sacri Consilii propagando christiano nomini, 1853): Pars Secunda, 214-239: Θεοδωρου Ηρακλειας εκ της εις Ησαιαν εξηγηεως / Theodori heracleotae ex eius commentariis in Esaiam. [Greek text only] [Mai extracted the fragments from a Catena manuscript in the Vatican library, Vat. 755: see his introduction on p. 213]
Migne reprinted Mai's fragments without change, adding a Latin translation: PG 18 (ed. 1857) 1307-1378: Θεοδωρου Ηρακλειας εκ της εις Ησαιαν εξηγηεως / Theodori heracleotae ex interpretatione in Isaiam.
See M. Faulhaber, Die Propheten-Catenen nach römischen Handschriften (Biblische Studien, Vierter Band, zweites und drittes Heft; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1899) 61-63 for some comments on Theodore and on errors in Mai's edition.

Ephrem the Syrian (ca. 306-373)
"S. Patris Nostri Ephraem Syri In Esaiam Prophetam Explanatio", in Sancti patris nostri Ephraem Syri opera omnia quae extant graece, syriace, et latine; in sex tomos distributa. Ad MSS. Codices Vaticanos, aliosque castigata, multis aucta, interpretatione, praefationibus, notis, variantibus lectionibus illustrata. Nunc primum sub Auspiciis Benedicti XIV, Pontificis Maximi, e Bibliotheca Vaticana prodeunt. Syriacum textum recensuit Petrus Benedictus [Mubarak] Societatis Jesu, notis vocalibus animavit, latine vertit, & Variorum scholiis locupletavit. Tomus Secundus, Syriace et Latine (Romae: ex Typographia Vaticana apud Jo. Mariam Henricum Salvioni, 1740) 20-97. [This Tomus Secundus of the Syriac-Latin part is sometimes listed as vol. 5 of the whole six-volume set prepared under the general editorship of J. S. Assemani.]
The Syriac text is taken from the Catena of Severus (dated to 861); how much authentic material from Ephrem it contains is not clear. It consists of a commentary on Isa 1-42. The rest of the commentary is given in Lamy 1886 as follows:
Lamy, T. J. (ed.), "Commentaria in Isaiam, Lamentationes, Jonam, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophoniam, Aggaeum", in Sancti Ephraem Syri hymni et sermones quos e codicibus Londinensibus, Parisiensibus et Oxoniensibus descriptos edidit, Latinitate donavit, variis lectionibus instruxit, notis et prolegomenis illustravit Thomas Josephus Lamy. Vol. 2 (Mechliniae: Dessain, 1886) 103-310. [These are from the "Catena Severi" and they complement the edition of these scholia in vols. 4 and 5 of the Roman Edition. The Isaiah material (col. 105-214) consists of a Syriac commentary on Isa 43-66 with a Latin translation. These chapters were omitted from the Roman edition for some unknown reason; see Lamy, "Monitum in commentaria sequentia" on col. 103-104.]

Basil of Caesarea in Cappadocia (born in 329 or 330; died between 377 and 379)
[the authenticity of the following incomplete Isaiah-commentary is disputed; many scholars prefer to speak of "Pseudo-Basil" here]
Ερμηνεια εις τον προφητην Ησαιαν (Enarratio in prophetam Isaiam)", PG 30 (ed. 1857) 117-668 [incomplete: only up to Isa 16].
Translations [chronological order]
Trevisan, P., (trans. and ed.), San Basilio. Commento al profeta Isaia: testo, introduzione, versione e note. 2 vol. (Corona Patrum Salesiana, Series graeca, 4-5; Torino: Società Editrice Internazionale, 1939). [Greek text with Italian trans.]
Lipatov, N. A. (trans.), St Basil the Great, Commentary on the Prophet Isaiah. Translated into English by Nikolai A. Lipatov (Texts and Studies in the History of Theology, 7; Mandelbachtal & Cambridge: Edition Cicero, 2001). [available online here; Lipatov argues for authenticity]

Apollinaris of Laodicea (born ca. 315; died before 392)
[only a few fragments of his Isaiah-commentary (mentioned by Jerome) survived in Catenae, as follows:]
Mai, A. (ed.), Novae Patrum Bibliothecae tomus septimus. Continens in parte I. Theodori Mopsuesteni in XII. prophetas commentarium et alia. Praeit Basilii Neopatrensis in omnes prophetas specimen. In parte II. Origenis, Didymi, Hippolyti, Apollinaris, Polychronii scholia in Proverbia, Esaiam, et Ezechielem, cum Didymi uberioribus in Psalmos. In parte III. Bonizonis Episcopi excerpta canonica. Deusdedit Cardinalis contra invasores et simoniacos (Romae: typis Sacri Consilii propagando christiano nomini, 1854), Pars II, 128-130: "Εκ των Απολιναριου εις τον Ησαιαν εξηγησεων / Ex Apollinaris in Esaiam commentariis".
See M. Faulhaber, Die Propheten-Catenen nach römischen Handschriften (Biblische Studien, Vierter Band, zweites und drittes Heft; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1899) 65-67, for some comments on and corrections of Mai's 1854 edition (which was taken from Vat. 755).

John Chrysostom (ca. 349-407)
[an incomplete commentary on Isa 1-8* and seven homilies on Isa 6 and 45]
A.   Texts and ancient translations
  Ερμηνεια εις τον προφητην Ησαιαν / "Interpretatio in Isaiam prophetam", PG 56 (ed. 1859) 11-94. [exposition of texts from Isa 1,1-8,10]
  There is a much larger Armenian version of his commentary that continues the exposition from Isa 8,11 almost to the end of the book (in the main Armenian manuscript Isa 65-66 are missing, as are 1,1-2,1 and 21,2-30,5); see the Studies below s.v. Smelova (2013) and Bonfiglio (2020), for discussion of this version and the question of its authenticity.
Latin translation of the Armenian text: Tiroyan, A. (trans.), In Isaiam prophetam interpretatio Sancti Joannis Chrysostomi archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani nunc primum ex Armenio in Latinum sermonem a Patribus Mekitharistis translata (Venetiis: ex typographia Sancti Lazari [Mekhitarist Press], 1887).
  "Homiliae VI in Oziam seu De Seraphinis", PG 56 (ed. 1859) 97-142.
  "Homilia in locum illum Isaiae Ego Dominus Deus feci lumen, etc.", PG 56 (ed. 1859) 141-152.
B.   Modern translations [chronological order]
Dumortier, J. (trans. and ed.), Jean Chrysostome, Homélies sur Ozias In illud, Vidi Dominum. Introduction, texte critique, traduction et notes (SC 277; Paris: Cerf, 1981).
Dumortier, J. (ed.) – A. Liefooghe (trans.), Jean Chrysostome, Commentaire sur Isaïe. Introduction, texte critique, traduction et notes par Jean Dumortier. Traduction par Arthur Liefooghe (SC 304; Paris: Cerf, 1983).
Garrett, D. A., An Analysis of the Hermeneutics of John Chrysostom's Commentary on Isaiah 1-8 with an English Translation (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity, 12; Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1992).
Ciarlo, D. (trans. and ed.), Giovanni Crisostomo, Commento a Isaia; Omelie su Ozia. Introduzione, traduzione e note a cura di Domenico Ciarlo (Collana di testi patristici, 162; Roma: Città Nuova, 2001).
Hill, R. C. (trans.), St. John Chrysostom, Old Testament Homilies, Vol. II: Isaiah and Jeremiah (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2003). The Isaiah homilies (the Homily on Isa 45,6-7 and the six homilies on Isa 6) are on pp. 20-113, with notes on pp. 119-134.

Theophilus of Alexandria (ca. 345-412)
"Tractatus contra Origenem de visione Isaiae":
[probably a translation by Jerome of a lost Greek text by Theophilus containing an exegesis of Isa 6,1-7, very critical of Origen's views]
A.   Latin text
Two MSS of the Latin text were discovered in 1901 and edited by A. M. Amelli, and again by G. Morin in 1903, as follows:
Amelli, A. M. (ed.), "S. Hieronymi Stridonensis presbyteri tractatus contra Origenem de Visione Esaiae quem nunc primum ex codd. mss. casinensibus Ambrosius M. Amelli ... in lucem edidit et illustravit", in Spicilegium Casinense, complectens analecta sacra et profana, e codd. Casinensibus aliarumque bibliothecarum collecta atque edita, cura et studio Monachorum S. Benedicti archicoenobii Montis Casini. Tomus Tertius, pars altera ([Montecassino]: Typis archicoenobii Montis Casini, 1901) 387-399 with Prolegomena on I-XIV. [Also published as a separate extract, Montecassino 1901 (XXIV + 23 pp)]
Morin, G. (ed.), "In Esaiam VI, 1-7", in Anecdota Maredsolana seu monumenta ecclesiasticae antiquitatis ex mss. codicibus nune primum edita aut denuo illustrata, vol. III, pars III: Sancti Hieronymi presbyteri tractatus sive homiliae in Psalmos quattuordecim detexit, adjectisque commentariis criticis primus edidit Dom G. Morin (Maredsoli: apud Editorem; Oxoniae: apud J. Parker, 1903) 103-122.
B.   Translations [chronological order]
Schade, L., Des heiligen Kirchenvaters Eusebius Hieronymus ausgewählte historische, homiletische und dogmatische Schriften, aus dem Lateinischen übersetzt (Bibliothek der Kirchenväter, 15; Kempten & München: Kösel, 1914) 225-249 ("Über Isaias VI,1-7"). Reprinted: Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus, Essentielle Schriften. Übersetzt von Dr. Ludwig Schade (Die Schriften der Kirchenväter, 63; Altenmünster: Jazzybee Verlag Jürgen Beck, 2021) 159-176.
Russell, N., Theophilus of Alexandria (The Early Church Fathers; London & New York: Routledge, 2007) 159-174 ("Tractate on Isaiah 6:1-7").
Fürst, A. – C. Hengstermann (ed. and trans.), Origenes: Die Homilien zum Buch Jesaja. Im Anhang: Fragmente und Zeugnisse des Jesajakommentars und: Theophilus von Alexandria, Traktat gegen Origenes über die Vision Jesajas (Origenes, Werke mit deutscher Übersetzung, 10; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009) 330-365 ["Theophili Tractatus contra Origenem de visione Esaiae": Latin text from Morin (above) and German translation].

Jerome (ca. 347-419/420)
[besides his large commentary on the whole book, a few small early explanations of selected Isaian texts have survived]
A.   Texts
  Migne editions
Hieronymus, "Commentariorum in Isaiam prophetam libri duodeviginti", PL 24 (ed. 1845) 17-678. [Migne's "Praefatio" is on 9-17/18]
Hieronymus (?), "In Isaiam parvula abbreviatio", PL 24 (ed. 1845) 937-942. [a short comm. on Isa 1,1-6; its authenticity is doubted by some scholars; see Gryson & Szmatula 11-12]
Jerome's Letters 18A and 18B: "Sancti Eusebii Hieronymi Stridonensis presbyteri Epistolae", PL 22 (ed. 1845) 325-1224: Ep. XVIII "Ad Damasum papam de Seraphim et calculo" (361-376). [A note in Migne 372, after no. 16 says that almost all MSS end the "De Seraphim" at this point; what follows is another work. This is the distinction between Letters 18A and 18B, but Migne does not use these designations which were introduced by Hilberg in his CSEL edition (see below). This text is more in the nature of a short treatise than a letter in the usual sense. The second part (later called Letter 18B) is an explanation of Isa 6,6-8, which some scholars see as a partial summary of Origen's lost commentary on these verses; see Gryson & Szmatula 10 and 19-24.]
  Critical editions
(1)   The CCSL edition
Adriaen, M. (ed.), S. Hieronymi presbyteri opera. Pars I: Opera exegetica, 2: Commentariorum in Esaiam libri I-XI, cura et studio Marci Adriaen (CCSL 73; Turnholti: Brepols, 1963). [Book 11 ends with comm. on Isa 40,1-26]
Adriaen, M. – G. Morin (eds.), S. Hieronymi presbyteri opera: Pars I: Opera exegetica, 2A: Commentariorum in Esaiam libri XII-XVIII, cura et studio Marci Adriaen. In Esaia parvula adbreviatio, cura et studio G. Morin (CCSL 73A; Turnholti: Brepols, 1963). [Book 12 begins with Isa 40,27-31] [the parvula adbreviatio" covers only Isa 1,1-6 in a few pages (801-809); it is found in PL 24, 937-942]
(2)   New edition by Gryson and collaborators
Gryson, R., et al. (eds.), Hieronymus, Commentarii in Isaiam: Commentaires de Jérôme sur le Prophète Isaïe. Introduction par R. Gryson et P.-A. Deproost / Texte établi par R. Gryson et J. Coulie avec la collaboration de E. Crousse, V. Somers et C. Gabriel. 5 vol. (Vetus Latina. Die Reste der altlateinischen Bibel aus der Geschichte der lateinischen Bibel, 23, 27, 30, 35, 36; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1993 / 1994 / 1996 / 1997 / 1999).
(3)   The CSEL edition of Letters 18A and 18B
Hilberg, I. (ed.), S. Evsebii Hieronymi Opera: Sect. I. Epistvlae. Volume 1. Epistulae I - LXX. Recensuit Isidorvs Hilberg (CSEL 54; Vindobonae [Wien]: Tempsky; Lipsiae: Freytag, 1910): Ep. 18A pp. 73-96. Ep. 18B pp. 97-103.
Reprinted in 1996: S. Evsebii Hieronymi Opera / recensuit Isidorvs Hilberg. Sect. I. Epistvlae. Volume 1. Epistulae I - LXX. Editio altera, supplementis aucta (CSEL 54; Vindobonae: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1996). [nothing new in this volume, the supplements are in the new volume CSEL 56/2 below]
Kamptner, M. (ed.), S. Eusebii Hieronymi Epistulae, Pars IV: Epistularum Indices et Addenda. Composuit Margit Kemptner (CSEL 56/2; Vindobonae: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1996). [952 pp]
B.   Modern translations
  Translations of Letters 18A-B [chronological order]
Labourt, J. (trans. and ed.), Jérôme (Saint), Correspondance. Tome I: Lettres I-XXII. Texte établi et traduit par Jérôme Labourt (Collection des universités de France, Série latine – Collection Budé, 126; Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1949).
Cola, S. (trans. and ed.), San Girolamo, Le lettere. Traduzione e note di Silvano Cola. 4 vol. (Roma: Città Nuova, 1961-1963).
Ruiz Bueno, D. (trans. and ed.), Cartas de San Jerónimo: edición bilingüe. Introducción, versión y notas. 2 vol. (Biblioteca de autores cristianos, 219-220; Madrid: La Editorial Católica, 1962).
Mierow, C. C. – T. C. Lawler, The Letters of St. Jerome. Translated by Charles Christopher Mierow, Ph.D.. Introduction and Notes by Thomas Comerford Lawler. Vol. I : Letters 1-22 (Ancient Christian Writers, 33; New York & Ramsey, NJ: Newman Press / Paulist Press, 1963): Letter 18A pp. 79-96; Letter 18B pp. 97-102.
Fürst, A. – C. Hengstermann (ed. and trans.), Origenes: Die Homilien zum Buch Jesaja. Im Anhang: Fragmente und Zeugnisse des Jesajakommentars und: Theophilus von Alexandria, Traktat gegen Origenes über die Vision Jesajas (Origenes, Werke mit deutscher Übersetzung, 10; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009) 322-329 (German version of Letter 18B with the Latin text from CSEL 54 as above).
  Translations of the commentary [chronological order]
Maisano, R. (trans.), Commentarii in Esaiam. Latino e italiano. Hieronymi Explanationes in Esaiam; Commento a Isaia / Girolamo. 4 vol. (Opere di Girolamo, 4; Roma: Città Nuova, 2013 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015).
Scheck, T. P. (trans.), St. Jerome: Commentary on Isaiah. Including St. Jerome's Translation of Origen's Homilies 1-9 on Isaiah. Translated and with an Introduction by Thomas P. Scheck (Ancient Christian Writers, 68; New York & Mahwah, NJ: Newman Press, 2015).

Cyril of Alexandria (ca. 376-444)
[Faulhaber 1899: 71-74 notes that the many extracts attributed to Cyril in the Isaiah-catena are taken mostly from his commentary, but also from other works of Cyril's]
Εξηγησις υπομνηματικη εις τον προφητην Ησαιαν / Commentarius in Isaiam prophetam, PG (ed. 1859) 9-1450. [the Greek text ends on 1449]
Translations
Hill, R. C. (trans. and introd.), Cyril of Alexandria: Commentary on Isaiah. Vol. I: Chapters 1-14. Vol. II: Chapters 15-39. Vol. III: Chapters 40-50 (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2008). [the translator died in 2007; the remaining chapters 51-66 still await translation]
Extracts from Cyril's commentary in English translation: Russell, N., "Commentary on Isaiah", in N. Russell, Cyril of Alexandria (The Early Church Fathers; London & New York: Routledge, 2000) 70-95.
Apparently Cyril's commentary has not been translated into other modern languages.

Hesychius of Jerusalem [date of birth unknown; died shortly after 451]
"Fragmenta in Isaiam: κεφαλαια Ησαιου του προφητου / Capita Isaiae prophetae", PG 93 (ed. 1865) 1369B-1386C.
Critical edition: Faulhaber, M. (ed.), Hesychii Hierosolymitani interpretatio Isaiae Prophetae: nunc primum in lucem edita, prolegomenis, commentario critico, indice adaucta a Michaele Faulhaber (Friburgi Brisgoviae [Freiburg im Breisgau]: Herder, 1900).

Theodoret of Cyrus (Cyrrhus) (ca. 393 – ca. 460)
Migne edition (J. Sirmond S.J.): Εις τον Ησαιαν προφητην ερμηνεια κατ' εκλογην : in Isaiam prophetam eclogaria interpretatio. Excerpta ex Catenis Graecis, et Latine versa studio et opera Jacobi Sirmondi, PG 81 (ed. 1864) 215-494.
Critical edition: Möhle, A. (ed.), Theodoret von Kyros, Kommentar zu Jesaia (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta-Unternehmens der Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, 5; Berlin: Weidmann, 1932).
Critical edition with French translation and notes: Guinot, J.-N. (trans. and ed.), Théodoret de Cyr, Commentaire sur Isaïe. Introduction, texte critique, traduction et notes par Jean-Noël Guinot. 3 vol. (Sources chrétiennes, 276 / 295 / 315; Paris: Cerf, 1980 / 1982 / 1984).
Extracts in English translation:
Manley, J. (ed.), Isaiah through the Ages. Compiled and edited by Johanna Manley (Menlo Park, CA: Monastery Books, 1995). [many extracts from Theodoret's commentary throughout the work]
Christman, A. R. (trans. and introd.), "Selections from Theodoret of Cyrus's Commentary on Isaiah", in S. E. Fowl (ed.), The Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Classic and Contemporary Readings (Blackwell Readings in Modern Theology; Oxford: Blackwell, 1997) 173-185. [the extracts are from the comm. on Isa 52,13-53,12]

Procopius of Gaza (ca. 465 – ca. 530)
"Procopii Gazaei christiani sophistae In Isaiam prophetam commentationum variarum epitome, Joanne Curterio interprete", PG 87/2 (ed. 1865) 1801-2718. [Curterius's Dedication and Praefatio (Bononiae 1579) are on 1801-1816; the Greek text with facing Latin translation, begins on 1817] [this is a catena-type commentary collection]

Other Greek exegetical Catenae on Isaiah
Apart from the work of Procopius above, various manuscripts of other Isaiah-catenae are known and have been studied. The oldest of these Catenae is generally dated between 538 and 639, but there is as yet no critical edition for a Catena on any part of Isaiah. See the contributions of Faulhaber, Karo & Lietzmann, and Vianès listed in the "Studies" below.

II.    Medieval writings on Isaiah (ca. 800 to 1499)

1.   Anthology that includes some medieval commentaries

Wilken, R. L. (ed.), Isaiah: Interpreted by Early Christian and Medieval Commentators. With the collaboration of A. R. Christman and M. J. Hollerich (The Church's Bible; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2007).

2.   Individual authors [generally in order of dates of death]

Josephus Scottus (date of birth unknown; died ca. 794)
Full critical edition: Iosephvs Scottvs, Epitome explanationvm in Isaiam beati Hieronymi presbyteri. Editio princeps cura et studio Roger Gryson (CCCM 284; Turnhout: Brepols, 2018).
Partial edition: Silvers, M., Josephus Scottus's Abbreviation of Jerome's Commentariorum in Esaiam: A Partial Edition with Apparatus. Ph.D. University of York (UK), Medieval Studies, September 2016. [an edition of the first five books of Josephus's 18-book work; can be downloaded here]

Īshoʿ bar Nūn (ca. 745-828)
His comments on Isaiah remain unpublished. They are part of a work preserved in Cambridge Add. 2017, whose title in translation is "Selected Questions of Īshōʿ bar Nōn the catholicus on the text of all the Scriptures". See William Wright, A Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts Preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge. With an Introduction and Appendix by Stanley Arthur Cook. 2 vol. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1901); for a description of Cambridge Add. 2017 see Vol. II, 555-560. The manuscript contains several works, the first of them being the "Selected Questions of Īshōʿ bar Nōn the catholicus on the text of all the Scriptures" (described on 555-556). The work is structured in a "Question and Answer" format. The section on The Prophets begins on f. 35b, followed by The Psalms on f. 46a. See the article of Bundy 1985 in the "Studies" below.

Ishoʿdad of Merv (fl. ca. 850)
Eynde, C. van den (ed.), Commentaire d'Ishoʿdad de Merv sur l'Ancien Testament, IV/1: Isaïe et les Douze [Text] (CSCO 303 / CSCO–SS 128; Louvain: Secretariat du Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, 1969).
Eynde, C. van den (ed.), Commentaire d'Ishoʿdad de Merv sur l'Ancien Testament, IV/2: Isaïe et les Douze [Translation] (CSCO 304 / CSCO–SS 129; Louvain: Secretariat du Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, 1969).

Haimo of Auxerre / Haymon d'Auxerre / Haimo Autissiodorensis (fl. 840-860: dates of birth and death unknown)
Critical edition: Haymonis Autissiodorensis Annotatio libri Isaiae prophetae, cura et studio Roger Gryson (CCCM 135C / Haymonis Autissiodorensis Opera exegetica, 4; Turnhout: Brepols, 2014).

Bruno of Segni [or, of Asti] (ca. 1040/1050 – 1123)
[His Isaiah comm. was not included with his works in PL 164-165; see the note in PL 164, 18-19.]
Amelli, A. M. (ed.), "Anonymi seu S. Bruni Astensis, Commentarium in Isaiam", in Spicilegium Casinense, complectens analecta sacra et profana, e codd. Casinensibus aliarumque bibliothecarum collecta atque edita, cura et studio Monachorum S. Benedicti archicoenobii Montis Casini. Tomus Tertius ([Montecassino]: Typis archicoenobii Montis Casini, 1897) Pars I, 1-204.
An important study was published in 1912, adding the Proemium or Prologue of the commentary (missing from the Monte Cassino text), confirming its authorship, giving its exact date, and supplying some ten pages of corrections of the text printed in the Monte Cassino edition. Details as follows:
Lucchesi, C., "S. Brunonis Astensis Commentaria in Isaiam ex cd. A. 136 Civicae Bibl. 'Archigymnasii' urbis Bononiae restituta", L'Archiginnasio. Bullettino della Biblioteca Comunale di Bologna 7 (1912) 281-306.
An offprint of this article was published in the following year: Lucchesi, C., S. Brunonis Astensis Commentaria in Isaiam ex cd. A. 136 Civ. Bibl. "Archigymnasii" Urbis Bononiae restituta (Biblioteca de 'L'Archiginnasio', Serie II Bibliografia ed erudizione / 4; Bologna: Cooperativa tipografica Azzoguidi, 1913).

Rupertus Tuitiensis Abbas [Rupert of Deutz] (ca. 1075-1129/30)
De Sancta Trinitate et operibus eius libri XLII: [Libri XXVII-XXVIII] "In Isaiam Prophetam commentariorum liber primus", PL 167 (ed. 1854) 1271B-1312B; "In Isaiam Prophetam liber secundus", 1312B-1362D.
Critical edition: Haacke, H. (ed.), "In Isaiam prophetam commentariorum liber primus; ... liber secundus", in Ruperti Tuitiensis, De Sancta Trinitate et operibus eius, III: libros XXVII-XLII edidit Hrabanus Haacke (CCCM 23; Turnhout: Brepols, 1972) 1456-1571. [the four-volume critical edition has continuous pagination]
[The commentary deals with selected texts only, in the first book from Isa 1-8, in the second book from Isa 9-13.51-54.56-57.60-63.65-66.]

Richard of Saint Victor, Paris (birth-date unknown; died 1173)
"De Emmanuele: libri duo", in PL 196 (ed. 1855) 601-666A.

Andrew of Saint Victor, Paris (ca. 1110-1175)
[Andrew's works were not included in Migne's PL]
Critical edition: Liere, F. A. van (ed.), Andreas de Sancto Victore Parisiensis, Expositionem super Ysaiam edidit Franciscus A. van Liere (CCCM 53C / Andreae de Sancto Victore Opera, 4; Turnhout: Brepols, 2021).

The Glossa ordinaria (12th-13th cent.)
[for further details see here]
Biblia Latina cum glossa ordinaria, 3: Isaias – Jeremias – Lamentationes – Baruch – Ezechiel – Daniel – Prophetae minores – I-II Maccabaeorum (Turnhout: Brepols, 1992) [a facsimile reprint of the editio princeps by Adolph Rusch of Strassburg 1480/81; for an online version see here].
Bibliorum Sacrorum cum Glossa Ordinaria, iam ante quidem a Strabo Fulgensi collecta; nunc autem novis, cum Graecorum, tum Latinorum patrum expositionibus locupletata; annotatis etiam iis, quæ confuse antea citabantur, locis et postilla Nicolai Lyrani, additionibus Pauli Burgensis ad ipsum Lyranum, ac ad easdem Matthiæ Toringi replicis, per fratrem Franciscum Feuardentium Ordinis Minorum, Ioannem Dadræum, & Jacobum Cuilly, doctores theologos Parisienses. 6 vol. (Venetiis: apud Iuntas [Giunti], 1603). [The Glossa ordinaria on Isaiah (marginal and interlinear) is found in vol. 4:5-540; this massive six-volume edition can be downloaded here].

Pseudo-Joachim of Fiore [work dated between 1260 and 1266]
Eximij profundissimiqu[ue] sacro[rum] eloquio[rum] perscrutatoris ac futuro[rum] prenunciatoris Abbatis Joachim florensis scriptum super Esaiam prophetam: plurimis internis ac mysticis i[n]tellectibus sacras litteras penetrans; Maximeq[ue] partis orbis terrarum ciuitatum vaticinia (Venetijs: Lazarus de Soardis, 1517). [online access here]
For further information on this pseudo-Joachim work see the online article by David Morris in the Studies section below.

Hugh of St Cher [Hugo de Sancto Caro/Charo], O.P. (ca. 1195-1263)
[see here for his Postillae in totam bibliam]
"Postilla super Isaiam", in Hugonis de Sancto Charo, S. Romanae Ecclesiae Tituli S. Sabinae Cardinalis primi ordinis praedicatorum, Tomus Quartus, In libros Prophetarum Isaiae, Jeremiae, & ejusdem Threnorum, Baruch. Opus admirabile, omnibus concionatoribus, ac Sacrae Theologiae Professoribus pernecessarium: in quo declarantur sensus omnes, Litteralis scilicet, Allegoricus, Tropologicus, & Anagogicus, maxima cum studentium utilitate. Editio ultima prae caeteris recognita, & ab innumeris mendis repurgata, pristinoque candori restituta (Venetiis: apud Nicolaum Pezzana, 1703) 3v-174v (preceded by a Prologus on 2r-3r).

Thomas Aquinas, O.P. (1224-1274)
  Leonine critical edition: Sancti Thomae de Aquino Opera omnia iussu Leonis XIII P. M. edita. Tomus XXVIII: Expositio super Isaiam ad litteram, cura et studio Fratrum Praedicatorum [H. F. Dondaine & L. Reid] (Roma: Editori di San Tommaso, 1974). [online access here]
  English version:
An English translation by Louis St. Hilaire recently appeared on the Aquinas Institute website under the title "Expositio super Isaiam ad litteram / Literal commentary on the prophet Isaiah" (Latin and English texts in parallel).
The same translation is available in print format (1) on its own and (2) in a Latin-English edition:
(1)  Thomas Aquinas, The Literal Exposition of Isaiah: A Commentary. Translated by Louis St. Hilaire. Introduction by Joseph Wawrykow (Steubenville, OH: Emmaus Academic, 2021). [translated from the Leonine edition 1974]
(2)  Thomas Aquinas, Commentary on Isaiah: Latin-English. Translated by Louis St. Hilaire (Latin-English Opera Omnia, 30; Steubenville, OH: Emmaus Academic, 2022). [forthcoming in digital format by Logos/Verbum bible software]
  Italian version:
Tommaso d'Aquino, Commento a Isaia. Testo latino edizione Leonina. Introduzione e traduzione di Giuseppe Barzaghi O.P. (I Talenti, 30; Bologna: Edizioni San Clemente / Edizioni Studio domenicano, 2021). ["...la prima opera teologica dell'Aquinate" (7)]

Albert the Great, O.P. (ca. 1206-1280)
"Postilla super Isaiam", in Alberti Magni Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum Opera omnia ad fidem codicum manuscriptorum edenda apparatu critico notis prolegomenis indicibus instruenda curavit Institutum Alberti Magni Coloniense, Bernhardo Geyer praeside. Vol. 19: Postilla super Isaiam / primum edidit Ferdinandus Siepmann. Postillae super Ieremiam et Postillae super Ezechielem fragmenta / edidit Henricus Ostlender (Monasterii Westfalorum [Münster]: Aschendorff, 1952) 1-632.

Bar Hebraeus, Gregory [Bar Ebroyo, Grigorios] (1226-1286)
Tullberg, O. F. (ed.), Gregorii Bar Hebraei in Jesaiam scholia, e codicibus Mss. Syriacis Musei Britannici Londinensis et Bibliothecae Bodleianae Oxoniensis, edidit et annotationibus illustravit Otto Fridericus Tullberg (Upsaliae: excudebant Leffler & Sebell, 1842).

Petrus Ioannis Olivi (Peter John Olivi), O.F.M. (1248-1298)
Flood, D. – G. Gál (eds.), Peter of John Olivi on the Bible. Principia quinque in Sacram Scripturam, Postilla in Isaiam et in I ad Corinthios. Appendix: Quaestio de oboedientia et sermones duo de S. Francisco (Franciscan Institute Publications, Text Series, 18; St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 1997). For the "Postilla in Isaiam" see esp. 153-347 (Chapter 1: "Super Isaiam") [editors' introduction 153-161; critical edition of the Latin text 162-347; no English translation].

Nicholas of Lyra, O.F.M. (ca. 1270-1349)
[His Isaiah commentary is included in his Postilla super totam Bibliam: for details see here]

Dionysius Carthusianus / Cartusiensis [Denys / Denis the Carthusian] (ca.1402-1471)
[for further details see here]
  Some 16th cent. editions:
D. Dionysii Carthvsiani Enarrationes Piae Ac Ervditae in IIII. Prophetas Maiores: Esaiam, fol.1; Hieremiam, fol. 159; Ezechielem, fol. 283; Danielem, fol. 373 (Coloniae: expensis Petri Quentell, 1534). [the folio indications are given on the title-page]
D. Dionysii Carthvsiani Enarrationes Piae Ac Ervditae in Qvatvor Prophetas (Qvos Vocant) Maiores: Isaiam, Ieremiam, eiusq[ue] Threnos & Baruch, Ezechielem, Danielem: Recèns ad Archetypa ipsa, quantum fieri potuit, recognitae: id quod studiosus lector facile animaduertet (Coloniae: ex officina haeredum Iohannis Quentel, 1557).
  Modern edition:
Reprint from the Cologne editions above: "Enarratio in Isaiam Prophetam", in D. Dionysii Cartusiani opera omnia in unum corpus digesta; ad fidem editionum coloniensium / cura et labore monachorum sacri Ordinis Cartusiensis. Vol. 8: In Ecclesiasticum, et in Isaiam (Monstrolii [Montreuil, Pas-de-Calais]: typis Cartusiae Sanctae Mariae de Pratis, 1899) 313-764 [pp. 301-311 give the title page and the introductory Epistula of the Cologne edition of the Enarrationes piae ac eruditae in quatuor prophetas (quos vocant) maiores: Isaiam, Ieremiam, eiusque Threnos & Baruch, Ezechielem, Danielem (as above).]

III.    Selected Isaiah commentaries published between 1500 and 1799

[almost all the following titles are now available online; see especially the various portals mentioned below]

1.   Catholic scholars   [for those who commented on the whole Bible see here]

a)   Anthology of 16th and 17th cent. Catholic commentaries

Biblia sacra vulgatae editionis ... com selectissimis Litteralibus Commentariis Ioannis Gagnei, Ioannis Maldonati, Emmanuelis Sa, Guglielmi Estii, Ioannis Marianae, Petri Lansselii, Thomae Malvendae, Io. Stephani Menochii, Iacobi Tirini, Iacobi Gordoni, & Iacobi Benigni Bossuet. Accedunt Romanae Correctiones, ac Lectionum Varietates a Francisco Luca Brugensi observatae, & Notationes in loca variantia ab eodem concinnatae .... Tomus Decimussextus complectens Capita viginti & octo ex Isaia. Tomus Decimusseptimus complecens reliqua Capita ex Isaia (Venetiis: Modestus Fentius & Ioannes Tyberninus, 1752).
For the book of Isaiah excerpts were taken from commentaries by the following scholars: Maldonatus (died 1583), Sa (died 1596), Estius (died 1613), Mariana (died 1624), Malvenda (died 1628), Tirinus (died 1636), Gordon (died 1641), and Menochius (died 1655).

b)   Individual authors [in order of dates of death]

Sasbout, Adam, O.F.M. (1516-1553)
In Esaiam prophetam commentaria F. Adami Sasbout, opera et industria Cornelii Verburch Delphii in lucem edita (Lovanii: ex officina Antonij Maria Bergagne Bibliop. Iurat., 1558).
Reprinted in his Opera Omnia: "In Esaiam prophetam commentaria", in Fratris Adami Sasbout Delphii theologi doctissimi, et divinarum scripturarum apud Lovanienses dum viveret professoris, Opera omnia. Nunc demum in gratiam studiosorum in unum corpus redacta. Cum indice novo, verborum rerumque memorabilium locupletissimo. Catalogum operum sanè quam eruditorum pagina post indicem indicabit (Coloniae Agrippinae [Köln]: apud Ioannem Birckmannvm, 1568) 1-257.

Jerónimo de Azambuja / Hieronymus Oleaster, O.P. (ca. 1500-1563)
R.P. Hieronymi Oleastri Lusitani quondam inquisitoris et provincialis Provinciae Portugalliae Ordinis Praedicatorum, In Isaiam prophetam commentarii: Opus insigne, varia doctrina instructissimum divini verbi concionatoribus perquam necessarium: in quo post exactissimam literae expositionem, quae ad mores instituendos pertinent, facili & apto sermone expenduntur. Prodit nunc primùm, cura ac diligentia R. P. M. Fr. Petri Calvi, Concionatoris Regij, Lusitani, Ordinis Prædicatorum. Operâ R. P. Fr. Raymvndi de Hezecqve, eiusdem instituti, concinnatum. Cum indicibus locupletissimis (Lutetiae Parisiorum: sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy, 1622). [this was the first publication of the work]

Osorius, Hieronymus [Jerónimo Osório] (1506-1580)
Hieronymi Osorii, Lvsitani, Episcopi Silvensis, Paraphrasis in Isaiam: Libri V. (Coloniae Agrippinae [Köln]: apud haeredes Arnoldi Birckmanni, 1579).
Reprinted in his Opera Omnia: "Paraphrasis in Isaiam", in Hieronymi Osorii Lusitani, episcopi Algarbiensis Opera omnia, Hieronymi Osorii nepotis canonici Eborensis diligentia in unum collecta, & in quattuor volumina distributa. Tomus Quartus (Romae: ex Bibliotheca Georgij Ferrarij, 1592) 1-290.

Foreiro, Franciscus, O.P. (1523-1581 [or 1587])
Iesaiæ prophetæ vetus & noua ex Hebraico uersio, cum commentario, in quo utriusque ratio redditur, uulgatus interpres à plurimorum calumniis uindicatur; & loci omnes, quibus sana doctrina aduersus hæreticos atque Iudæos confirmari potest, summo studio ac diligentia explicantur; F. Francisco Forerio Vlyssiponensi S. Theologiae professore Domenicano et Concionatore regio auctore (Venetiis: ex Officina Iordani Zileti, 1563).
  Foreiro's commentary was inserted into the several editions of the 17th cent. Critici sacri: in Tome 4 of the London edition (1660); in Tome 2 of the Frankfurt edition (1695); in Tome 4 of the Amsterdam edition (1698). [see here for details about the various editions]
  Foreiro's work, under the title "In Isaiam commentarium", was also reprinted in J.-P. Migne (ed.), Scripturae Sacrae Cursus completus. Vol. 18 (Paris: Migne, 1840) cols. 799-1644. [for further details on this work see here] Migne added to Foreiro's text many footnotes selected from commentaries of Jerome, Kimchi, Nicholas of Lyra, Cornelius à Lapide, Calmet, Rosenmüller, and various others too.

Maldonatus, Joannes (Juan de Maldonado), S.J. (1534-1583)
"Commentarius in prophetiam Isaiae", in Ioannis Maldonati Sapharensis e Societate Iesu, Commentarii in praecipvos Sacræ Scripturæ libros Veteris Testamenti. Cum duplici indice, locorum Sacræ Scripturæ, rerum & verborum (Parisiis: sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy, architypographi regij, viâ Iacobaeâ, sub Ciconiis, 1643) 190-352. [this was the first publication of the work]

Pintus, Hector [Heitor Pinto], O.S.H. [Order of St Jerome] (ca. 1528-1584)
F. Hectoris Pinti lusitani ordinis Divi Hieronymi in Esaiam prophetam commentaria. Omnia iudicio & correctioni sanctae Romanae & universalis Ecclesiae subiecta sunto (Lugduni: apud Theobaldum Paganum, 1561).
Reprinted in his Opera omnia latina as follows: "Commentaria in Esaiam", in Fratris Hectoris Pini Lvsitani Hieronymiani, sacrae theologiae Doctoris, et in academia Conimbricensi Sanctae Scripturae professoris, Opera Omnia Latina, quae ad hunc vsque diem in lucem peruenerunt. In tres tomos diuisa. Tomvs Primvs (Lugduni: apud Stephanvm Michaelem, 1584) 1-337 (followed by indexes on unnumbered pages).

Castro, León de (ca. 1505-1585)
Commentaria in Esaiam prophetam, ex sacris scriptoribus graecis, & latinis confecta, adversus aliquot commentaria, & interpretationes quasdam ex rabinorum scriniis compilatas: authore Leone Castro, sacrae theologiae & ingenuarum artium Salmanticensi magistro. Sunt in extrema huius operis parte Periochae, quae singulorum capitum Esaiae summam continent, iuxta interpretationem sanctorum, quae docent totum Esaiam nihil aliud, quàm Christum sonare, additis singulis partibus suis numeris, ut quilibet legere possit sanctorum de ea re sententias consentaneas Hebraeae, Graecae, & Latinae editioni. Est & concordia Evangelica cum Esaia propheta, ut praedicta singula nostrae fidei mysteria videas in Esaia, & in literis Evangelicis completa. Sunt etiam loci quinquaginta, quos iuxta LXX viros ex hoc propheta citant apostoli, & evangelistae, collati inter se Graecè, ubi notatur evangelistas, & apostolos citare etiam paraphrases LXX virorum. Index rerum praedictarum de Christo ab Esaia. Est opus totum argumentosum, quo adversus Iudaeorum nationem rebellem multa fieri necesse est, quae sequens facies indicat (Salmanticae: excudebat Mathias Gastius, 1570).

Palacio(s), Miguel de (ca. 1515 – ca. 1585)
Dilvcidationvm et Declamationum tropologicarum in Esaiam Prophetam, libri Quindecim tomis tribus diuisi. Ad Augustissimum Philippum II Hispaniarum Regem Catholicum. Autore Michaele de Palacio Granatensi, & Ecclesiae Ciuitatensià sacris concionibus, & Salmanticensis Academiae Philosophiae & Sacrae Theologiae olim professore (Salmanticae: in aedibus Dominici a Portonarijs Cath. Maiest. Typógraphi, 1572).

Arias Montano, Benito (1527-1598)
Benedicti Ariae Montani Hispalensis Commentaria in Isaiæ Prophetæ Sermones (Antverpiæ: ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, 1599). [this was the first publication of the work]

Guidellus, Thaddaeus [Taddeo Guidelli], O.E.S.A. [Hermits of St Augustine] (1511-1606)
[also known as Thaddaeus Perusinus / Taddeo da Perugia]
F. Thaddaei Pervsini, Eremitae Avgvstiniani, Sacrae Theologiae Professoris ex Illvstri Pervsino Theologorvm Collegio, Explanatio in Esaiam Prophetam duobus Tomis compræhensa. Adiectis quibusdam discussionibus, ac digressionibus pro vberiori dictorum intelligentia. Ad Sanctissimum D. N. Clementem VIII. Additum est præterea Opusculum de Triplici Conuiuio ad Illustrissimum & Reuerendissimum Dominum Augustinum de Castro Archiepiscopum Braccarensem, & Primatem Hispaniarum (Pervsiæ [Perugia]: apud Vincentium Columbarium, 1598).
[vol. 1 ends with the commentary on Isa 47; vol. 2 has the commentary on the remaining chapters Isa 48-66 with added essays and then the "Opusculum" mentioned in the title, with indexes]

Malvenda, Thomas, O.P. (1566-1628)
R. P. F. Thomae Malvenda, ordinis FF. Praedicatorum, Sacrae Theologiae Magistri, Commentariorum in s. Scripturam Tomus Quintus in quo Isaiae, Ieremiae, Baruch, Sacra oracula unà & Ezechielis Exordium, Dei incarnationem, olim in lege Gratiae re ipsa, hic per Veteris Testamenti Euangelistam, prophetographicè exhibet (Lugduni: sumptibus Societatis Bibliopolarum, 1650) 1-413 [the Isaiah commentary].

Sánchez [Sanctius], Gaspar, S.J. (1553/1554 – 1628)
Gasparis Sanctii centumputeolani e Societate Iesu theologi, in Collegio Complutensi sacrarum literarum interpretis, In Isaiam prophetam commentarii cum paraphrasi, nunc primum evulgati & indicibus utilissimis illustrati (Lugduni: sumptibus Horatii Cardon, 1615). [first edition]

Alvarez, Didacus (Diego Álvarez), O.P. (ca. 1550-1635 [or 1632])
  First edition (1599 and 1602):
Commentariorvm in Isaiam Prophetam iuxta sensum litteralem & moralem. Cvm Annotationibvs Sanctorvm Patrum, & aliquibus animaduersionibus in gratiam Prædicatorum in vnum collectis. Tomvs Primvs. Avctore R. P. M. F. Didaco Aluarez a  Medina, prouinciæ Hispaniæ, Ord. Præd. Romæ in Collegio Sancti Thomæ super Mineruam, sacræ Theologiæ professore, & Regente. Continens vigintiseptem priora capita cum duplici indice: primus est locorum sacræ Scripturæ; secundus rerum, & sententiarum (Romae: ex Typographia Guilielmi Facciotti, 1599).
Commentariorvm in Isaiam Prophetam iuxta sensum litteralem & moralem. Cvm Annotationibvs Sanctorvm Patrum, & aliquibus animaduersionibus in gratiam Prædicatorum in vnum collectis. Tomvs secvndvs. Avctore R. P. M. F. Didaco Aluarez Metimnensi, prouinciæ Hispaniæ, Ord. Præd. Romæ in Collegio Sancti Thomæ super Mineruam, sacræ Theologiæ professore, & Regente. Cum duplici indice copiosissimo, alter est locorum Sacrae Scripturae, alter rerum & sententiarum; quibus adiectis est Elenchus super totum Isaiam, ab eodem Auctore editus, in quo omnia eiusdem Profetae loca Euangelijs totius anni adaptantur (Romae: ex Typographia Guilielmi Facciotti, 1602).
  Second edition, revised by the author (1615):
Commentariorum in Isaiam prophetam iuxta sensum litteralem & moralem. Cum annotationibus sanctorum patrum, & aliquibus animaduersionibus in gratiam praedicatorum in vnum collectis. Tomus primus. Auctore reu. P. M. F. Didaco Aluarez à Medina, prouinciae Hispaniae, Ord. Praed. Romæ in Collegio Sancti Thomæ super Mineruam, sacræ Theologiæ professore, & Regente. Continens vigintiseptem priora capita cum duplici indice, primus est locorum Sacrae Scripturae, secundus rerum & sententiarum. Secunda editio ab eodem auctore recognita & aucta (Romae: apud Gulielmum Facciottum, 1615). [it is not certain whether the second volume was also published in a second edition]

Lapide, Cornelius Cornelii a [Cornelis Cornelissen van den Steen], S.J. (1567-1637)
[for further details see here]
  First edition of the Isaiah commentary: Commentaria in Qvatvor Prophetas Maiores. Auctore R.P. Cornelio Cornelii A Lapide, è Societate Iesv, olim in Louaniensi, nunc in Romano Collegio Sacrarum Litterarum Professore. 4 tomes in 2 vol. in-fol. (Antverpiae: apud Martinvm Nvtivm & Fratres, 1622). [The first volume contains the first edition of the Isa-comm with the date 1622; the commentaries on Jer (with Lam and Bar), Ezek, and Dan had already appeared in 1621]
  Second revised edition: Commentaria in quatuor Prophetas Maiores, Auctore R.P. Cornelio Cornelii A Lapide, è Societate Iesv, olim in Louaniensi, nunc in Romano Collegio Sacrarum Litterarum Professore. Postrema editio aucta et recognita (Antverpiae: apvd Martinvm Nvtivm, 1625).

Alvarez, Gabriel, S.J. (ca. 1564-1645)
Isaias expositvs a P. Gabriele Alvarez, Oropesano, e Societate Iesv, interprete S. Scripturae in Aragonia prouincia. Tomus prior. Nunc primum prodit, Trigemino Indice, Euangeliorum praedicabilium, locorum Scripturae, & Rerum notabilium illustratus. (Lvgdvni: svmptibvs Iacobi Cardon et Petri Cavellat, 1623). [on Isa 1-39]
Isaias expositvs a P. Gabriele Alvarez, Oropesano, e Societate Iesv, interprete S. Scripturae in Aragonia prouincia. Tomus posterior. Nunc primum prodit, indicibus cum necessariis tum vtilissimis illustratus. (Lvgdvni: svmptibvs Iacobi Cardon et Petri Cavellat, 1623). [on Isa 40-66]

Arcones, Andreas Lucas de, S. J. (1592-1658)
Isaiae prophetae elvcidatio literalis, mystica et moralis, exornata discvrsvvm varietate. Auctore P. Andrea Lvcas de Arcones, è Societate Iesv, Granatensi, in Collegio Divi Pauli Divinorum oraculorum Interprete. Cum triplici Indice ... (Lvgdvni: Sumpt. Lavrentii Dvrand, 1642).
R. P. Andr. Lvcae de Arcones è Societ. Iesv granatensis, in Collegio D. Pauli Oraculorum Interpretis, In Isaiam Prophetam elvcidationis litteralis, mysticae et moralis exornatae discursuum varietate, Tomus Secundus: cum triplici Indice... Nunc primum in lvcem prodit. (Lugduni: Sumptib. Philip. Borde, Lavrent. Arnaud, & Cl. Rigavd, 1652).
[two large volumes on the first four chapters of Isa, with a commentary on Isa 1-2 in the first volume, and on Isa 3-4 in the second volume, in both cases accompanied by a large number of discourses related to the biblical texts.]

Le Maistre de Sacy, Isaac-Louis (1613-1684) – and collaborators
[for further information on the "Bible de Sacy / Bible de Port-Royal" see here]
1673 first edition: Isaïe traduit en françois, avec une explication tirée des SS. Peres, & des auteurs ecclesiastiques (Paris: chez Guillaume Desprez, 1673). [with many later reprints]

Carrières, Louis de, member of the French Oratory (1662-1717)
[for further information on de Carrières see here]
  1713 first edition: Commentaire litteral sur le prophete Isaie, inseré dans la traduction françoise, avec le texte latin à la marge. Par le P. Louis de Carrieres, Pretre de l'Oratoire de Jesus (Paris: chez André Cailleau, 1713).
  1740 edition at Nancy [the whole edition by l'Abbé de Vence, with his added material, but no insertions in the actual comm. on Isaiah]: Commentaire littéral sur le Prophete Isaïe inseré dans la traduction Françoise, avec le texte latin à côté. Par le R. P. de Carrières, Prêtre de l'Oratoire. Nouvelle éd., revue, corrigée et augmentée. Tome XI (Nancy: chez Leseure, 1740).

Duguet, Jacques Joseph (1649-1733)
  Duguet, J. J. – J.-V. Bidal d'Asfeld, Explication de la prophétie d'Isaïe; où, Selon la methode des saints pères, on s'atache à découvrir les mystéres de Jesus-Christ, & les régles des moeurs, renfermées dans la lettre même de l'Ecriture. 6 vol. (Paris: chez François Babuty, ruë saint Jâques, à saint Chrysostome, 1734). [As explained in the "Avis" at the beginning of volume 1, volumes 1-3 contain a verse by verse translation and commentary of chapters 1-25, as in the editions of other biblical books in this series. Volumes 4 and 5 contain a translation of the whole book of Isaiah with notes and analyses according to the different senses of Scripture. Volume 6 has its own title: Explication de cinq chapitres du Deuteronome; et des prophéties d'Habacuc, et de Jonas (Paris: chez François Babuty, ruë saint Jâques, à saint Chrysostome, 1734); in the sixth volume, besides the commentaries on Deut 29-33, Hab, and Jon, there is also a concluding section on Qoh 12.]
  Duguet, J. J. – J.-V. Bidal d'Asfeld, Supplément du tome troisième de l'Explication d'Isaïe de M. Duguet, contenant la premiere partie du second sens du chapitre XXI et le second sens en entier du chapitre XXIII... . L'un & l'autre omis dans l'edition de Paris faite en 1734... (Avignon 1736). [no printer / publisher mentioned]

Calmet, Antoine Augustin, O.S.B. (1672-1757)
[for further information on Calmet see here]
  1714 first edition: Commentaire litteral sur tous les livres de l'Ancien et du Nouveau Testament. Par le R. P. D. Augustin Calmet, Religieux Bénédictin de la Congrégation de S. Vanne & de S. Hydulphe. Le Prophete Isaie (Paris: chez Pierre Emery, 1714).
  Later corrected edition: Commentaire litteral sur tous les livres de l'Ancien et du Nouveau Testament. Par le R. P. D. Augustin Calmet, Religieux Bénédictin de la Congrégation de S. Vanne & de S. Hydulphe. Le Prophete Isaie (Paris: chez Emery, Fils – Saugrain, l'aîné – Pierre Martin, 1714). [the corrected edition kept the date of the first edition (1714) but it must have been published some years later; note the different publishers/booksellers.]

Berthier, Guillaume François, S.J. (1704-1782)
Isaïe traduit en françois: avec des notes et des réflexions, par le P. G. F. Berthier. 5 vol. (Paris: chez Mérigot le jeune, 1788-1789). [published posthumously under the direction of P. Yves-Mathurin-Marie Tréaudet de Querbeuf (1726-1799)]

2.   Protestant scholars   [in order of dates of death]  [for those who commented on the whole Bible see here]

Oecolampadius, Johannes (1482-1531)
  In Iesaiam Prophetam HYPOMNEMATΩN, hoc est, Commentariorum, Ioannis Oecolampadii Libri VI. (Basileae: Andreas Cratander, 1525). [the fourth word, with its strange mixture of Latin and Greek letters, reproduces the form given on the title-page]
  Partial English translations:
Poythress, D., Reformer of Basel: The Life, Thought, and Influence of Johannes Oecolampadius (Grand Rapids, MI: Reformation Heritage Books, 2011) 171-202. (translation of Oecolampadius on Isa 36-37)
Poythress, D., "Johannes Oecolampadius: Exposition of Isaiah 53", The Confessional Presbyterian 13 (2017) 89-96.

Zwingli, Huldrych (1484-1531)
First edition: Complanationis Isaiae prophetae, foetura prima, cum apologia qur quidque sic versum sit, per Huldrychum Zvinglium (Tiguri [Zürich]: ex aedibus Christophori Froschouer, 1529).
Critical editions:
  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. Band XIV: Exegetische Schriften, Band 2: Altes Testament. Die Propheten: Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel, Daniel sowie die 12 Kleinen Propheten. Herausgeben von Oskar Farner und Edwin Künzli (Ulrich Zwingli Werke, Band 14 = Corpus Reformatorum, 101; Zürich: Berichthaus, 1956-1959 / Leipzig: Heinsius, 1959) 2-412 (for the Isa material). Reprinted Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1982. [the original publication was in 10 Lieferungen between 1956 and 1959] [The "Complanatio" contains the Latin translation of the text of Isaiah (CR 101: 15-84) and the "Apologia" is the commentary (CR 101: 104-410)]
  Huldreich Zwinglis Sämtliche Werke, Band XV: Exegetische Schriften, Band 3: Altes Testament – Prophet Jesaja (Parallelüberlieferung zu Band XIV). Bearbeitet von Max Lienhard, herausgeben von Daniel Bolliger (Ulrich Zwingli Werke, Band 15 = Corpus Reformatorum, 102; Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 2013).

Luther, Martin (1483-1546)
A.  Two versions of the Latin Lectures 1527-1529:
  "(Vorlesung über Jesaia 1527-1529) In Esaiam Scholia ex D. M. Lutheri praelectionibus collecta. 1532/34", in D. Martin Luthers Werke. Kritische Gesamtausgabe (Weimarer Ausgabe, 25; Weimar: Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger, 1902) 79-401. See also the "Nachträge und Berichtigungen" on 518-528, esp. "Praefatio D. Mart. Lutheri in Esaiae lectionem" (518-522).
   "Vorlesung über Jesaias 1527-30 (Text)", herausgegeben von G. Buchwald und O. Brenner, in D. Martin Luthers Werke. Kritische Gesamtausgabe (Weimarer Ausgabe, 31. Band / Zweite Abteilung; Weimar: Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger, 1914) 1-585. See also the "Einleitung", von G. Buchwald (VII-IX), and the "Nachträge und Berichtigungen", von G. Buchwald und O. Brenner (770-771).
B.  Two later studies on Isa 9 and Isa 53:
  "Enarratio capitis noni Esaiae [1543/44] 1546", in D. Martin Luthers Werke. Kritische Gesamtausgabe. Herausgegeben von A. Freitag (Weimarer Ausgabe, 40. Band / Dritte Abteilung; Weimar: Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger, 1930) 595-682.
  "Enarratio 53. capitis Esaiae [1544] 1550", in D. Martin Luthers Werke. Kritische Gesamtausgabe. Herausgegeben von A. Freitag (Weimarer Ausgabe, 40. Band / Dritte Abteilung; Weimar: Hermann Böhlaus Nachfolger, 1930) 683-746.
C.  English translation in two volumes [translated from WA 31/2 as above]
  Pelikan, J. (ed.) – H. C. Oswald (assoc. ed.), Luther's Works, Volume 16: Lectures on Isaiah, Chapters 1-39 (St Louis, MO: Concordia, 1969).
  Oswald, H. C. (ed.), Luther's Works, Volume 17: Lectures on Isaiah, Chapters 40-66 (St Louis, MO: Concordia, 1972).
[These two volumes do not contain Luther's special commentaries on Isa 9 and Isa 53 (see above for WA 40/3). In the New Series of the American edition (2009ff), Vol. 64 on "Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Prophets" is announced for 2024; presumably the two Isaiah special commentaries will be included there.]

Dietrich, Veit [Vitus Dietricus] (1506-1549)
Der gantz Prophet Esaias, außgelegt durch Vitum Dietrich. Zu disen schweren un[d] küm[m]erlichen zeyten allen Christen nütz unnd tröstlich zu lesen (Nürmberg: VomBerg, 1548).

Marlorat, Augustin (1506-1562)
Esaiae prophetia, cum catholica expositione ecclesiastica, quam Augustinus Marloratus, Verbi Dei minister in sacris literis exercitatissimus, ex theologis omnium huius seculi praestantissimis excerpsit, suúmque in eam symbolum contulit. Adjectus est index locuples et artificiose digestus, huic expositioni communis cum eiusdem generis expositionibus in Genesin et in Psalmos, antehac ab eodem Marlorato editis ([Genevae]: excudebat Henricus Stephanus, illustris viri Huldrichi Fuggeri typographus, 1564).
[besides Marlorat's own comments, extracts from the following authors were included in this compilation: Oecolampadius, Zwingli, Luther, Pellicanus, Calvin, Musculus, and Vatablus]

Musculus, Wolfgang (1497-1563)
In Esaiam Prophetam Commentarij locupletissimi, ac recens editi, per Vuolfgangum Musculum Dusanum. Accesserunt rerum & uocum praecipuè memorabilium copiosus Index (Basileae: ex officina Heruagiana, 1557).
Revised edition (posthumous): In Esaiam Prophetam Commentarii locupletissimi & Doctissimi, per Wolfgangum Musculum Dusanum. Editio ultima, singulari fide ac studio revisa. Cum Indice Gemino: altero, Locorum S. Scripturae explicatorum; altero, Rerum Vocumque praecipuè memorabilium. Inserta est etiam, in Epistola dedicatoria Historia Vitae atque Mortis eiusdem Wolfgangi Musculi (Basileae: per Sebastianum Henric-Petri, 1623).

Borrhaus, Martin (1499-1564)
In Iesaiae Prophetae oracula, Messiae seruatoris mundi, & Ecclesiae sponsae, atque Aduersarij eorum, mystica descriptione referta: Martini Borrhai Stvggardiani Commentarij. Eivsdem In Apocalypsim Ioannis, Fidelem Prophetarvm Interpretem, Explicatio. Acceßit rerum & uerborum in his praecipuè memorabilium Index. (Basileae: per Ioannem Oporinum, 1561). [the Isa comm. is on pp. 1-642, preceded by unnumbered pages of preface; the comm. on Rev follows up to p. 741, with unnumbered pages of Indexes at the end]

Calvin, Jean (1509-1564)
A.  Calvin's Lectures on Isaiah
  "Ioannis Calvini Commentarii in Isaiam prophetam", in Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, vol. 14-15 / Ioannis Calvini Opera quae supersunt omnia, vol. 36-37. Ediderunt G. Baum – E. Cunitz – E. Reuss (Corpus Reformatorum, 64-65; Brunsvigae [Brunswick]: C. Schwetschke, 1888). [CR 64 contains the commentary on Isa 1-39 (col. 19-672, preceded by Prolegomena by the editors); CR 65 contains the commentary on Isa 40-66 (1-454)] [The Prolegomena in CR 64 lists all the old editions of the commentary in Latin and French from 1551 onwards.]
Recent critical edition series: Ioannis Calvini Opera Omnia, Series II. Opera exegetica (Genève: Librairie Droz): the Isaiah commentary has not yet appeared in this series (as of Sept. 2022).
  English translation:
Calvin, John, Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. Translated by William Pringle. 4 vols. (Calvin Translation Society, 13/1-4; Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1850-1853). [vol. 1 (1850) deals with Isa 1,1-16,14; vol. 2 (1851) with Isa 17,1-32,20; vol. 3 (1852) with Isa 33,1-48,22; vol. 4 (1853) with Isa 49,1-66,24]
American reprint edition in two volumes (Calvin's Commentaries, 7-8; Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1979): the two American volumes contain the commentaries on Isa 1-32 and 33-66 respectively.
B.  Calvin's Sermons on Isaian texts
  "Sermons sur le Cantique du roi Ezéchias"; "Sermons sur la Prophetie d'Esaïe, Chap. LIII", in Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, vol. 13 / Ioannis Calvini Opera quae supersunt omnia, vol. 35. Ediderunt G. Baum – E. Cunitz – E. Reuss (Corpus Reformatorum, 63; Brunsvigae [Brunswick]: C. Schwetschke, 1887) 517-580; 581-688. [online access here] [eleven sermons in all are presented here: four on Isa 38,9-22 and seven on Isa 53]
More recent reprint of the sermons on Isa 53 (in CR 63):
Calvin, Jean, Sermons sur la prophétie d'Ésaïe LIII touchant la mort et la passion du Christ (La revue réformée, 2,1-2; Saint-Germain-en-Laye: Société Calviniste de France, 1951).
  English translations of the sermons on Isa 53:
Calvin, John, The Gospel according to Isaiah. Translated by Leroy Nixon (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1953).
Calvin, John, Sermons on Isaiah's Prophecy of the Death and Passion of Christ. Translated and edited by T. H. L. Parker (Library of Ecclesiastical History; London: James Clarke, 1956). [a new translation, critical of Nixon's work]
  Sermons not included in CR 63:
Barrois, G. A. (ed.), Jean Calvin: Sermons sur le livre d'Esaïe: Chapitres 13-29 (Supplementa Calviniana, 2; Neukirchen, Kreis Moers: Neukirchener Verlag, 1961-1964). [published in Lieferungen]
Higman, F. M. (ed.), Jean Calvin: Sermons sur le Livre d'Esaïe: Chapitres 30-41 (Supplementa Calviniana, 3; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1995).
Engammare, M. (ed.), Jean Calvin: Sermons sur le livre d'Esaïe: Chapitres 52-66. 2 vol. (Supplementa Calviniana, 4/1-2; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2012). [now published by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht] [4/1 has the sermons on Isa 52,1-59,21; 4/2 has the sermons on Isa 60,1-66,24]

Hyperius, Andreas [Andreas Gheeraerdts of Ypres] (1511-1564)
Andreae Hyperii In Iesaiae Prophetae Oracula Annotationes breues & eruditae, nunc primum in S. Theologiae studiosorum gratiam in lucem datae (Basileae: ex officina Oporiniana, 1574). [the "annotationes breves" take up 624 pages]

Strigel, Victorinus (1524-1569)
Conciones Esaiae Prophetae ad Ebraicam Veritatem recognitae & argumentis atque scholijs illustratae a Victorino Strigelio (Lipsiae: in officina Ernesti Voegelini, 1565).

Brenz (Brentius), Johannes (1499-1570)
Esaias Propheta, commentariis explicatus, autore Ioanne Brentio (Francoforti: ex officina typographica Petri Brubachii, 1550).
Reprinted in his Opera omnia: Operum reverendi et clarissimi theologi, D. Ioannis Brentii, praepositi Studtgardiani, Tomus Quartus. In quo continentur sequentes Commentarij: in Ecclesiasten Salomonis, Esaiam, Jeremiam, Oseam, Amos, Jonam, Michaeam. Accessit index rerum et verborum memorabilium copiosus (Tubingae: excudebat Georgius Gruppenbachius, 1580) 124-869.

Bullinger, Heinrich (1504-1575)
[not a technical commentary but 190 expository homilies]
Isaias: excellentissimus Dei propheta, cuius testimoniis Christus ipse dominus et eius apostoli creberrime usi leguntur, expositus homiliis CXC, quibus non tam sensus prophetae redditur, quam usus & fructus eius in Ecclesia Christi, ostenditur / authore Heinrycho Bullingero, Tigurinae Ecclesiae ministro. Cum Praefatione ad illustriß. Principem & dominum D. Philippum seniorem Lantgravivm Hassiae, etc,. in qua ea quae toto hoc opere copiosius tractantur, breui compendio oculis conspicienda subijciuntur. Una cum duplici Indice (Tiguri [Zürich]: excudebat Christophorvs Froschovervs, 1567).

Ursinus, Zacharias (1534-1583)
"Zachariae Vrsini Vratislaviensis, Theologiae doctoris, in propheta Iesaiae explicationem, publicè in schola Neapolitana Nemetum, 26. Maij, anno 1578 inchoatam", in Zachariae Vrsini Vratislaviensis Tractationvm Theologicarvm Volvmen Secvndvm, quo continentur I. Commentarivs in Iesaiam; II. Refvtatio Catechismi Anabaptistici et Samosatenici, Cracoviae Editi; III. Responsio ad argumenta Martini Kemnicii de Coena Domini, Tilemanni Heshvsii de Sententia Patrum & de Coena Domini; Responsio ad theses Iacobi Rvngii de Coena Domini. Nunc primùm in lucem editum, cum Indice copioso (Neostadii Palatinorum [now Neustadt an der Weinstraße]: typis Mattei Harnisii, 1589) 1-591. [the commentary, which was not published during his lifetime, stops at Isa 21]

Gwalther [Gualtherus], Rudolf (1519-1586)
In Isaiam prophetam Rodolphi Gualtheri Tigurini Homiliae CCCXXVII. Accesservnt operi indices dvo, Rerum et Verborum, locorum item sacrae Scripturae, qua hoc libro explicantur (Tiguri [Zürich]: excudebat Christophorus Froschovervs, 1583). [the text of the 327 homilies is given in Latin]

Schnepff, Dietrich [Theodoricus] (1525-1586)
In Esaiae Prophetae vaticinia scholae Theodorici Snepffii, doctoris et professoris theologi in academia Tvbingensi: / In quibus primum dispositio et series argumentorvm, ornamenta item sententiarum & figurarum, & in his phrasis ipsa, ac obscuriora loca, vbi opus est, ex fontibus Hebraeis monstrantur. Praeterea Doctrinae Theologicae, quae ex contextu surgunt, breuiter indicantur. Accesserunt his Formulae Concionum ex Propheta desumptae, & ad Rhetorum praecepta factae. Postremo singulis capitibus Paraphrasis latina subijcitur. / Editae in gratiam eorum, qui methodi rationes libenter, studioseq[ue] sequuntur. / Regulae etiam satis mvltae, ad intelligendos Prophetas apprimè vtiles, Operi praefixae sunt: et in fine, Index rerum & verborum memorabilium copiosissimus accessit (Tvbingae: excudebat Georgius Gruppenbachius, 1575).

Wigand, Johann (1523-1587)
In Esaiam prophetam explicationes breves / Per D. Iohannem Vuigandum Episcopum Pomezaniensem (Erphordiae [Erfurt]: Esaias Mechler excudebat, 1581).

Heshusen [Heshusius], Tilemann (1527-1588)
In Prophetam Jesaiam Commentarius Reverendi & Clarißimi Theologi D.D. Tilemanni Heshusii, In inclyta Julia quondam Professoris celeberrimi: cui operi recognoscendo & perpoliendo immoratus & immortuus est, ut meritò cygnea Cantio ipsius dici possit / Nunc primum in lucem editus, cum Praefatione & variarum lectionum Centuria Johannis Olearii S.S. Theol. D. (Halae-Saxonum: è Typographeo Christophori Bismarci, 1617). [posthumous publication; Heshusen was professor at the University of Helmstedt ("Academia Julia" was its official Latin name)]

Möller [Mollerus], Heinrich (1530-1589)
Iesaias: in Iesaiam prophetam commentarius pius & eruditus clarissimi viri D. D. Henrici Molleri patricij Hamburgensis. Accesserunt operi indices duo, Rerum et Verborum, Locorum item Scripturae, quae hoc libro explicantur (Tiguri [Zürich]: in Officina Froschoviana, 1588).

Selnecker [Selneccerus], Nikolaus (1530-1592)
Der herrliche Prophet Esaias / in diesen schweren vnd kuemmerlichen zeiten zur lehre, zum trost, und zum gewissen und waren unterricht in den gefehrlichen spaltungen so in die Kirchen von alten und neuen Rottengeistern eingefüret werden, Christlich, kuertzlich, vnd einfeltig fuer den gemeinen Man erkleret, allen Christen nütz und tröstlich zulesen durch Nicolaum Selneccerum (Leipzig: gedruckt durch Jacobum Berwaldt [Jakob Bärwald], 1569). [includes Martin Luther's "Vorrede auff de[n] Propheten Jesaiam" (8 pages)]

Arcularius, Daniel (1540-1596)
Commentarius in Esaiam prophetam Reverendi et Clarissimi Viri, Dn. Danielis Arcvlarii p.m. SS. Theologiae Doctoris, & in Academia Hessorum, quae Marpurgi est, Professoris quondam celeberrimi; ea methodo et ratione conscriptus, vt in Scholis & Ecclesis insignis vsus eius esse poßit: ex ore dictantis exceptus, et editus opera et studio Balthasaris Mentzeri SS. Theologiae Doctoris, & hoc tempore in praelustri Schola Giessena Professoris ordinarii, & Stipendiatorum Ephori (Francofurti: ex officina typographica Nicolai Hoffmanni, sumptibus Ioannis Iacobi Porssii, 1607). [posthumous publication]

Gesner, Salomon (1559-1605)
Praelectiones in Esaiae Prophetae Capita priora XIV. & Caput LIII. à Salomone Gesnero, quondam SS. Theologiae D et in Academia Witebergensi Professore primario. Ibidem publicè anno 1604 & 1605 hab., nunc ab Haeredd. edita. Singulis horum capitibus praemissa est Chaldaica versio Onkelos, ex Interpretatione Benedicti Ariae Montani (Witebergae: sumptibus Zachariae Schureri, Bibliop., excudebat Iohan. Gorman., 1609).

Förster [Forsterus], Johann, Jr (1576-1613)
In Prophetam Esaiam Commentarius Succinctus et Perspicuus, Reverendi et Clarisimi Viri Dn. D. Johannis Försteri, olim Professoris Wittebergensis: Ab ipso publice praelectus, & post mortem eius editus (Witebergae: sumptibus Clementis Bergeri, Bibliop., typis viduae Johannis Matthaei, 1620). [with several later reprints]

Heilbrunner, Philipp (1546-1616)
Esaiae Prophetae Vaticinia: In Locos communes Theologicos digesta: & Quaestionibus Methodi illustrata, authore Philippo Hailbrunnero Doctore & Professore Theologo Scholae Lauinganae (Lavingae: excudebat Leonhardus Reinmichelius, Typographus Palatinus, 1584). [not a verse-by-verse commentary but a presentation of various doctrinal "loci communes" attached to selected verses from the book of Isaiah, after the model of Melanchthon on Romans]

Scultetus, Abraham (1566-1624)
Abrahami Sculteti Grunbergensis Silesii Idea concionum in Jesaiam prophetam, ad populum Haidelbergensem habitarum, confecta studio et opera Balthasaris Tilesii Sagani Silesii (Hanoviae [Hanau]: typis Wechelianis apud Claud. Marnium & heredes Johannis Aubrii, 1609). Reprinted [same title] (Genevae: excudebat Petrus Aubertus, 1618).

Schmuck, Vincentius (1565-1628)
Vincentii Schmuckii in Esaiam praelectiones academicae, e codice manuscripto prolatae ac editae a M. Johanne Elia Ulichio (Dresdae et Lipsiae, impensis Jo. Christoph. Zimmermanni, 1708). [edited by Johann Elias U(h)lich (1676-1722)] [see also s.v. Habichhorst (1634-1704) below]

Bohl, Samuel (1611-1639)
Samuelis Bohl Gryphenberg. Pom. Commentarivs biblico-rabbinicvs super orationem tertiam Esaianam capite 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. absolutam (Stetini: typis et sumptibus Davidis Rhetii, 1636).

Dieu, Lodewijk (Ludovicus, Louis) de (1590-1642)
[for full details on the following titles see here]
"Animadversiones in loca difficiliora Esaiae", in his Animadversiones (1648) 461-564, and in his Critica Sacra (1693) 190-234.

Calixt, Georg (1586-1656)
Scholae propheticae ex academicis praelectionibus summi theologi B.D. Georgii Calixti in IV. prophetas majores 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 [Aschersleben]: Sumptibus Gottlob Ernesti Struntzii, 1713) 25-274 [the Isaiah-commentary].

Dorsche, Johann Georg (1597-1659)
Joh. Georg. Dorschei ... Ad Entheas S. Jesaiae Prophetias, Earumque Singula Capita, Analysis, ex operose collatis pene multis, optimisque, tam Hebraeis quam Christianis Interpretibus, adeo ut Commentarii vicem praestare possit, praemissa ubique Apodixi. Additis Indicibus Necessariis, primum edita: cum Praefatione Johannis Fechtii (Hamburgi: apud Gothofredum Liebernickel, 1703).

Jackson, Arthur (ca. 1593-1666)
Annotations upon the whole book of Isaiah. Wherein, first, all such passages in the text are explained, as were thought likely to be questioned by any reader of ordinary capacity. Secondly, in many clauses those things are discovered, which are needful and useful to be known, and not so easily at the first reading observed. And thirdly, many places that might at first seem to contradict one another, are reconciled. Intended chiefly for the assistance and information of those that use constantly every day to read some part of the Bible, and would gladly always understand what they read, if they had some man to help them. By Arthur Jackson, late minister of St. Faiths London (London: printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheap-side, near Mercers-Chappel, 1682).

Coccejus, Johannes (1603-1669)
No information seems to have survived about the original edition of the Isaiah-commentary. It was included in the several editions of the author's posthumous Opera omnia, as follows:
  Reprinted in his Opera omnia, First printing (1673): Operum Johannis Coccei, dum viveret in Academia Lugduno-Batava S.S. Theologiae Professoris, Tomus secundus: Commentarius in Psalmos & extrema verba Davidis; in Proverbia Solomonis; in Ecclesiasten Solomonis; in Canticum Canticorum Solomonis; in Prophetiam Esaiae (Amstelodami: ex officina Johannis à Someren, 1673). [each commentary has its own separate pagination; the section on Isaiah has 438 numbered pp. containing two parts: "Synopsis prophetiae Jesaiae" on pp. 3-56, and "Curae majores in prophetiam Esaiae" on pp. 57-438 (Praefatio: 57-61; body of commentary 61-438).]
  Reprinted in his Opera omnia, 2nd ed. (1689): Johannis Coccei Doctoris ac Professoris Theologi [sic] 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. Editio Secunda, ab innumeris mendis, quibus prior scatebat, diligenter purgata, et Triplici Indice locupletata. Tomus secundus: Commentarius in Psalmos & extrema verba Davidis; in Proverbia Solomonis; in Ecclesiasten Solomonis; in Canticum Canticorum Solomonis; in Prophetiam Esaiae (Francofurti ad Moenum: typis et impensis Balthasaris Christophori Wustii, 1689). [continuous pagination in this edition] [under the internal title "Commentarii in prophetiam Jesaiae" there are two items: "Synopsis prophetiae Jesaiae" on pp. 735-797, and "Curae majores in prophetiam Esaiae" on pp. 797-1140 (Praefatio 797-802; body of commentary 802-1140).]
  Reprinted in his 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). [Strangely there is separate pagination for the Isaiah section, as in the First Ed. of the Opera Omnia (but not in the Second Ed.), but continuous pagination for the sections on Jer + Lam, and Ezek with its illustrations, and Daniel. Internal titles: "Synopsis prophetiae Jesaiae" on pp. 1-44, and "Curae majores in prophetiam Esaiae" on pp. 45-348 (Praefatio: 45-48; body of commentary 49-348).]
  Another work on Isaiah by Coccejus, entitled "Meditationes primae in prophetam Jesaiae" was not included in the several editions of his Opera omnia. This work is found in a later collection of smaller writings of Cocceius: Johannis Cocceji S.S. Theol. Doct. ac Professoris in Academia Lugdunensi Batava, Opera ΑΝΕΚΔΟΤΑ Theologica et Philologica. Divisa in duo Volumina (Amstelodami: prostant apud Jansonio-Waesbergios, Boom, & Goethals, 1706). [the internal title of Chaper Eleven in this collection is "Meditationes primae in Prophetiam Esaiae, coeptae undecimo Kal. Maj. MDCXXXIV, finitae VI. Kal. Oct. MDCXXXVI": Vol. 1, 491-588.]

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 Isaiah commentary is on pp. 1-218.]
Reprinted again in 1867 with editorial revisions: Trapp, John, A Commentary on the Old and New Testaments. Reprinted from the author's last edition. With a memoir by A. B. Grosart. Vol. 3: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Solomons Song, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel & Daniel. Edited by Rev. Hugh Martin M.A. (London: Richard D. Dickinson, 1867). [the Isa comm. is on pp. 286-444]

Burman, Frans (1628-1679)
Francisci Burmanni Exercitationum Academicarum Pars prior, cum indicibus necessariis ac copiosissimis (Roterodami: apud Regnerum à Doesburgh, 1688). [most of this "Pars prior" is taken up with an unfinished work entitled "Enchiridium propheticum" (121-335), consisting of 26 sections of "Disputatio analytica de prophetis Veteris Testamenti", in which Burman commented briefly on texts from Hos, Joel, Am, Obad, Jonah, and Micah, and then Isaiah 1-33; the Isaian texts are found in sections 7 to 26 (175-335), interspersed there with comments on Hos 5-14 and Mic 1-2.]

Day, William (ca. 1605-1684)
An Exposition of the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. By the endeavours of W. Day M. A. late fellow of King's Colledge in Cambridge: and now an unworthy servant of God in the Gospel, at Maple-Durham in the County of Oxon. (London: Printed by G[artrude]. D[awson]. and S[arah]. G[riffin]. for Ioshua Kirton, and are to be sold at his shop in St. Pauls Church-yard, at the Sign of the Kings Armes, 1654).

Varenius, August, Sr (1620-1684)
Commentariorum in Isaiam, Pars I. Inde a Consilio Emendationis calamitosissimorum temporum cap. I. adusq[ue] hymnum Evangelicum cap. XII. Pars II. a Babylone ad Babylonem, seu Prophetica de casu Babylonis cap. XIII. ad Prophetiam de deportatione thesaurorum & Filiorum Regiorum in palatium Regis Babyloniae cap. XXXIX. Pars III. & ultima a Praeconio Johannis, felicissima tempora ipsuque regnum coelorum intimantis c. XL. adusq[ue] Prophetiam de coelis novis & Sabbatho aeterno cap. LXVI. Sensus literalis ex consilio fontium vindicatur, quicquid illius veritati obstrepsit, confutatur, de argumentis variis tùm Criticè tùm Theologicè disseritur. Autore Augusto Varenio, SS. Theol. D. Sereniss. Ducum Mecleb. Consistorii Provincialis Assessore, & in Univers. Rostoch. Professore Theologo (Rostochi: literis & impensis Jacobi Richelii, Reipublicae Typographi, 1673).
Second (posthumous) edition: Augusti Varenii, SS. Theologiae Doctoris, Sereniss. Ducum Mecleb. Consistorii Provincialis Adsessoris & in Universitate Roctochiensi Professoris Theologi, Commentarius in Prophetam Isaiam in tres Partes distributus, quibus Tota Prophetia Isaiana sic illustratur, ut Sensus literalis ex consilio fontium ostendatur & vindicetur, quicquid illius veritati obstrepit, confutetur & de variis argumentis Theologice & Critice contra Judaeos, Haereticos & exorbitantes Criticos disseratur. Editio secunda, in qua capita atqve versiculi non fronti tantum quarumlibet pagellarum, sed lateribus qvoqve adpositi sunt, ut nullo nunc negotio desiderata inveniri possint. Cum Praefatione Johannis Fechtii, SS. Theol. D. & in Acad. Rostoch. P.P. Consist. Ducal. Adsessoris, District. Rostoch. superintendentis, & Facult. Theol. Senioris, recensente vitam, famam et scripta Varenii. Accessere indices curatiores pariter atque universaliores (Rostochii & Lipsiae: sumptibus Johannis Heinrici Russwormii, 1708).

Schmidt [Schmidius], Sebastian (1617-1696)
Commentarius super illustres prophetias Isaiae, in quo singula capita resolvuntur et annotationibus ad singulos versus illustrantur. Una cum Annotationibus in IIX. priora Capita Libri Josuae, opere et studio Sebastiani Schmidt, S.S. Theol. Doctoris, in Universitat. Argentoratensi Prof. Senioris, & Conventus Ecclesiastici Praesidis (Hamburgi & Francofurti: Sumptibus Gothofredi Liebernickels / Sleswigæ: Typis Laurentii Eckstorffii, Typogr. Aulici, 1693). [the book was based on Schmidt's university lectures on Isaiah and on Joshua; later reprints in 1695, 1702, and 1723]

Habichhorst, Andreas Daniel (1634-1704)
[not a full commentary but a series of exegetical "dissertations" on important texts in Isa 1-25, at least 47 of them, many of which were first published as individual booklets]
  First partial collection of 23 dissertations: Illustriorum Isaiae Locorum Pars Prima, exhibens Viginti Tres Dissertationes Exegeticas ad Priorum XII. Capitum Loca, Publicitus inter alias, quinquennii spatio, in Illustri Universitate Rostochiensi, pro exercenda Iuventute Studiosa, ventilatas in quibus usquequaque sensus locoru[m] genuinus ex consilio fontis Ebraei indagatur, ususque illorum in Theologia controversa indicatur, simulque abusus & corruptelae, veritati sensus obstrepentes, refelluntur, auctore Andr. Daniele Habichhorstio Doctore & Profess. Theol. ibid. ordinario... (Rostochii: typis Joh. Wepplingi Univ. Typogr., 1692).
  Later (posthumous) collections of all 47 dissertations:
Habichhorst, Andreas Daniel, Selectiorum Isaiæ capitum a cap. I. ad cap. XXV. illustratio: Duabus partibus comprehensa. Accessit Præfatio Joannis Fechtii (Rostock 1705).
"Habichhorst, Andreas Daniel, Selectiorum Isaiæ Loccorum a cap. I. ad cap. XXV. illustratio: Duabus partibus comprehensa / Accessit Præfatio Joannis Fechtii", in Vincentii Schmuckii in Esaiam praelectiones academicae... (Rostochii: typis Joh. Wepplingi Univ. Typogr., 1708).

White, Samuel (1677/78 – 1716)
A commentary on the prophet Isaiah: wherein the literal sense of his prophecy's is briefly explain'd. By Samuel White, M. A. Fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Portland (London: printed by J. B. for Arthur Collins, at the Black Boy over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 1709).

Vitringa, Campegius, Sr (1659-1722)
  First edition in two volumes:
Commentarius in Librum Prophetiarum Jesaiæ, quo Sensus orationis Ejus sedulo investigatur; in veras Visorum interpretandorum Hypotheses inquiritur, & ex iisdem facta Interpretatio antiquæ Historiæ Monumentis confirmatur atque illustratur: Cum Prolegomenis. Pars Prior. Insertæ sunt Operi Notitiæ Gentium Exterarum, Babyloniorum, Philistæorum, Moabitarum, Syrorum Damascenorum, Ægyptiorum, Arabum Cuschæorum, & Tyriorum. Cura & Studio Campegii Vitringa, Th. & H. S. Professoris (Leovardiæ [Leeuwarden]: excudit Franciscus Halma, typographus Ordinum Frisiæ, 1714).
Commentarius in Librum Prophetiarum Jesaiæ, quo Sensus orationis Ejus sedulo investigatur; in veras Visorum interpretandorum Hypotheses inquiritur, & ex iisdem facta Interpretatio antiquæ Historiæ Monumentis confirmatur atque illustratur. Pars posterior. Accedit huic Tomo Index locuples & accuratus, tum Locorum Scripturae Sacrae Vocumque & phrasium, Hebraearum ac Graecarum, quae per occasionem in Commentario exponuntur aut luce aliqua perfunduntur: tum Rerum praecipuarum, utroque Tomo contentarum. Nec non Tabula Topographica antiquae Moabitidis, ad prophetiam de hac Gente Libro hoc comprehensam rectius intelligendum, concinnata. Cura & Studio Campegii Vitringa, Th. & H. S. Professoris (Leovardiæ: excudit Franciscus Halma, typographus Ordinum Frisiæ, 1720).
There were several later reprint editions in Latin too.
  Dutch translation: Uitlegging over het boek der profeetsyen van Jezaias ... 6 vol. (Leiden: Jan en Hend. van der Deyster en Abraham Kallewier, 1739–1741).
  German version, abbreviated in two volumes: Campegii Vitringa ehemaligen berümten Doctoris der heiligen Schrift, und öffentlichen Lehrers derselben zu Franeker, Auslegung der Weissagung Jesaiä / Aus dem lateinischen zusammengezogen, übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen begleitet, von M. Anton Friderich Büsching. Mit einer Vorrede Sr. Hochwürden Herrn Johann Lorenz von Mosheim, Königl. Grosbrittann. und Churhannöverischen Kirchenrats und der Königlichen Georg Augustus-Universität Kanzlers. Erster Theil / Zweiter Theil (Halle: im Verlag Johann Gottlob Bierwirths, 1749 / 1751).

Petersen, Johann Wilhelm (1649-1727)
Das Zeugniß Jesu aus dem Königlichen Propheten Iesaiæ : Durch den Geist der Weissagung von Capitel zu Capitel erklähret ; Und worinnen gezeiget wird daß der Geist Gottes nebst der vergangenen auch auff diese gegenwärtige ingleichen auff die nachfolgende Zeit nach seinem völligen Sinn gedeutet habe / Welches zeuget Ioh. Wilhelm Petersen der Heil. Schrifft D. (Franckfurth: Joh. Maximilian von Sand, 1719).

Wells, Edward (1667-1727)
An help for the more easy and clear understanding of the Holy Scriptures: being the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Lamentations : Explain'd after the following Method, viz. I. The common English translation render'd more agreeable to the original. II. A paraphrase, wherein the Text is explain'd, and divided into proper Sections and other lesser Divisions. III. Annotations as Occasion requires. IV. At the Beginning is a General Discourse concerning the Times, wherein prophesy'd the Prophets, whose Writings make up the last sixteen Books or Parts of the Old Testament. By the Revd Dr Edw. Wells, late Rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire, and Bleachley in Bucks. (Oxford : printed at the Theater for Will. Wells in Oxford; and sold by J. and J. Knapton, Ch. Rivington in St Paul's Church Yard; J. Smith at Inigo Jones's Head in the Strand; and Jos. Hazard at the Bible in Stationers Court, London, 1728).

Hellenbroek, Abraham (1658-1731)
De euangelische Jesaia: ofte des zelfs voorname euangelische prophetien; in haaren samenhang, eigen inhoud, oogwit, vervulling, en nuttig gebruik vertoond. 4 vol. (Rotterdam 1701-1702). [the first two volumes were printed at Rotterdam "By de Weduwe van Adriaan van Dyk, Boekverkoopster op den hoek van de Lomberd-straat"; volumes three and four were printed at Rotterdam by "Reinier van Doesburg".] [vol. 1 deals with texts from Isa 1-11; vol. 2 Isa 12-32; vol. 3 Isa 33-48; vol. 4 Isa 49-66]
The work was reprinted several times, even as recently as 2000.

Hoheisel, Carl Ludwig (1692-1732)
Caroli Ludovici Hoheisel, graecae et OO. Linguarum professoris ordin. in Athenaeo Gedanensi, observationes philologico-exegeticae, quibvs nonnvlla δυσνόητα Esaiae loca ex indole lingvae s. ex accentvatione Ebraeorvm et antiquitatibvs illustrantvr et exponvntvr aliorvmque versiones et interpretationes modeste examinantvr (Gedani [Gdańsk]: in Bibliopolio Novo, 1729).

Lowth, William (1660-1732)
A commentary upon the prophet Isaiah: by William Lowth, B. D. Prebendary of Winchester. (London: printed for W. Taylor, at the Ship in Pater-Noster Row; and H. Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1714).
Reprinted in W. Lowth, A Commentary upon the Larger and Lesser Prophets: Being a Continuation of Bishop Patrick. Fourth edition (London: printed for D. Midwinter, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. Pemberton, W. Innys, R. Ware, C. Rivington, A. Ward, J. and P. Knapton, T. Longman, R. Hett, S. Austen, and J. Wood, 1739) 1-132 [the Isaiah commentary]. [first edition 1727]

Le Clerc [Clericus], Jean (1657-1736)
Veteris Testamenti Prophetæ, ab Esaia ad Malachiam usque / ex translatione Joannis Clerici; cum ejusdem commentario philologico et paraphrasi in Esaiam, Jeremiam, ejus Lamentationes et Abdiam; dissertatione Joh. Smith de prophetia et ipsius auctoris De poesi Hebræorum (Amstelædami: apud R. & J. Wetstenios & G. Smith, 1731). There is a separate half-title-page for the Isaiah commentary: Esaiae Prophetae visa divinitus objecta, temporibus Huzziae, Jothamiachazi, et Ezekiae regum Judae temporibus, paraphrasi et commentario a Joanne Clerico illustrata (pp. 1-309).

Michaelis, Johann Heinrich (1668-1738)
Biblia Hebraica: Ex Aliqvot Manvscriptis Et Complvribvs Impressis Codicibvs, Item Masora Tam Edita, Qvam Manvscripta, Aliisque Hebraeorvm Criticis Diligenter Recensita. Praeter Nova Lemmata Textvs S. In Pentatevcho, Accedunt Loca Scriptvrae parallela verbalia et realia, Brevesqve Adnotationes Qvibus Nvclevs Graecae LXX. Interpretvm Et Oo. Versionvm Exhibetvr, Difficiles in Textv Dictiones Et Phrases Explicantur, Ac Dvbia Resolventvr; Vt Svccincti Commentari Vicem Praestare Possint. Singvlis Deniqve Colvmnis Selectae Variantes Lectiones Svbiicivntvr , cura ac studio Io. Heinr. Michaelis, S.S. Theol. & Gr. ac Oo. Lingg in Acad. Frider. P. P. Ord. / et ex parte opera sociorum; ut pluribus in praefatione dicetur. 4 vol. (Halae Magdeburgicae [Halle (Saale)]: typis & sumtibus Orphanotrophei, 1720). [the notes on Isaiah are in Vol. 3 which is dedicated to the "Prophetae posteriores"]

Kortum, Renatus Andreas (1674-1747)
Die Weissagungen Jesajah aus dem Hebräischen Grund-Text auffs neue getreulich ins deutsche übersetzt; nebst einer Paraphrasi, worinn der eigentliche wort-verstand untersucht und mit der geschicht der zeiten genau conferiret wird, ... samt kurtzen anmerckungen und einer dienlichen land-taffel, wie auch einem anhange, darinn die in diesem propheten vorkommende fremde nahmen der menschen, landschafften, städte, flüsse, wälder und götzen erläutert werden, von Renato Andrea Kortüm, Predigern zu Aschersleben (Leipzig: bey Thomas Fritsch, 1709).

Crusius, Christian August (1715-1775)
Posthumous publication: D. Christiani Augusti Crusii, S. Theol. In Acad. Lips. Prof. Primar. Philos. Prof. Extraord. Ecclesiae Cathedr. Misenensis Capitularis, Alumnor. Electoral. Ephori, Hypomnemata ad Theologiam Propheticam, Pars tertia et ultima: Hypomnemata ad Librum Prophetiarum Jesaiae Complexa (Lipsiae: in Officina Hensian, 1778).

Vogel, Georg Johann Ludwig (1742-1776)
Umschreibung der prophetischen Bücher Alten Testaments: 1. Theil, welcher die Weissagungen des Jesaias enthält (Halle: Jo. Christian Hendel, 1771).

Lowth, Robert (1710-1787)
  Original English edition: Isaiah: a new translation, with a preliminary dissertation, and notes, critical, philological, and explanatory by Robert Lowth, D.D., F. R. SS. Lond. and Goetting. (London: printed by J. Nichols, for J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, and T. Cadell in the Strand, 1778). [several later reprints]
  German translation with many additions: Lowth, R. – J. B. Koppe, D. Robert Lowth's, Lord Bischofs zu London und der Londner und Göttingschen Societäten der Wissenschaften Mitglieds, Jesaias, neu übersetzt, nebst einer Einleitung und critischen philologischen und erläuternden Anmerkungen. Aus dem Englischen. Mit Zusätzen und Anmerkungen von Johann Benjamin Koppe, der Theol. ordentl. Prof. und erstem Universitätsprediger zu Göttingen. Band 1-4 (Leipzig: bey Weidmanns Erben und Reich, 1779 / 1780 / 1780 / 1781).

Moldenhawer, Johann Heinrich Daniel (1709-1790)
Uebersetzung und Erläuterung des Propheten Jesaia: Entworfen von D. Johann Heinrich Daniel Moldenhawer, der Gottesgelahrtheit Doct. Past. am Dohm in Hamburg, Lect. Secund. und der Fürstl. Anhalt. deutschen Gesellschaft Ehren-Mitgliede (Quedlinburg und Blankenburg: Verlegts Christoph August Reußner, 1780).

Dathe, Johann August (1731-1791)
Prophetae majores: ex recensione textvs Hebraei et versionvm antiquarvm latine versi notisqve philologicis et criticis illustrati a Joanne Avgvsto Dathio, S. Theol. Doct. et Prof. Linguae Hebr. in Acad. Lipsiensi. Editio altera emendatior (Halae: Svmtibvs Orphanotrophei, 1785), esp. 1-226 (on Isaiah). [in the first ed. (1779) the Isaiah section was on 1-220; in the posthumous third edition (1831) on 1-184]

Michaelis, Johann David (1717-1791)
Johann David Michaelis deutsche Uebersetzung des Alten Testaments, mit Anmerkungen für Ungelehrte: der achte Theil, welche die Weissagungen Jesaiä enthält (Göttingen: im Verlag der Wittwe Vandenhoeck, 1779). [128 pp. of translation; 344 pp. of Anmerkungen]

Döderlein, Johann Christoph (1745-1792)
  First edition: Esaias ex recensione textvs hebraei ad fidem codd. qvorvndam MSS et versionvm antiqvarum latine vertit notasque varii argumenti subiecit Jo. Christoph. Doederlein D. S. Theol. Lic. A C Prof. P. O in Acad. Altorf (Altorfi: Venvm Prostat in Officina Schvpfeliana, 1775).
  Second expanded edition [same title]: Edito Altera Emendatior atque Auctior (Altorfi: Venvm Prostat in Officina Schvpfeliana, 1780).
  Third corrected edition [same title]: Editio Tertivm Recognita (Norimbergae et Altdorfi: apud Georg. Petr. Monath, 1789).

Kocher, David (1717-1792)
Vindiciae s. textus hebraei Esaiae vatis, adversus D. Roberti Lowthi ven. episc. Lond. criticam a Dav. Kochero, V.T. et Ling. Orient. Professore (Bernae: typis B. F. Fischeri, 1786).

Dodson, Michael (1732-1799)
A New Translation of Isaiah: With notes supplementary to those of Dr. Lowth, late Bishop of London, and containing remarks on many parts of his translation and notes. By a Layman [i.e. M. Dodson] (London: The Society for Promoting the Knowledge of the Scriptures, 1790).

Bauer, Georg Lorenz (1755-1806)
Joh. Christ. Frid. Schulzii, Theol. in Academia Giess. Professoris ordinarii, Scholia in Vetvs Testamentum continvata a Georg. Lavr. Baver, LL. Orient. in Academ. Altorf. Professore. Volvmen VIII Haggaevm, Zachariam, Malachiam et primam Iesaiae partem continens (Norimbergae: apud Ernest. Christ. Grattenavervm, 1794).
Joh. Christ. Frid. Schulzii, Theol. in Academia Giess. Professoris ordinarii, Scholia in Vetvs Testamentum continvata a Georg. Lavr. Baver, LL. Orient. in Academ. Altorf. Professore. Volvmen IX: posteriorem Iesaiae partem complectens (Norimbergae: apud Ernest. Christ. Grattenavervm, 1795). [volumes 8 and 9 were entirely from Bauer]

Seiler, Georg Friedrich (1733-1807)
Jesajas / Jesajas propheta; aus dem Hebräischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen erläutert von D. Georg Friederich Seiler (Erlangen: Bibelanstalt, 1783).

Hensler, Christian Gotthilf (1760-1812)
Jesaias, neu übersetzt, mit Anmerkungen, von Christian Gotthilf Hensler der Theologie Professor extr. zu Kiel (Hamburg und Kiel: Carl Ernst Bohn, 1788). [Einleitung xiii-xvi; translation 1-194; notes of various kinds 195-415]

Schelling, Josef Friedrich (1737-1812)
Animadversiones philologico-criticae in loca difficiliora Iesaiae qvibvs praestantissimorvm interpretvm sententias exponit svam novamqve proponit Iosephvs Fridericvs Schelling, vrbis ac dioeceseos Schorndorfiensis in dvcatv Wirtenbergico svperintendens (Lipsiae: apvd Breitkopf et Haertel, 1797).

Macculloch, Robert (1740-1824)
Lectures on the prophecies of Isaiah, by Robert Macculloch, Minister of the Gospel at Dairsie. 4 vol. (London: Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Mathews, Strand; W. Laing and J. & J. Fairbairn, Edinburgh, 1791 / 1794 / 1800 / 1804).

Rosenmüller, Ernst Friedrich Carl (1768-1835)
  First edition of his Isaiah commentary in 3 volumes with continuous pagination:
Ern. Frid. Car. Rosenmülleri Scholia In Vetvs Testamentvm. Tomus tertius: Iesaiae vaticinia complectens. Sectio prior (Lipsiae: sumtu Ioh. Ambros. Barth, 1791. [Isa 1-18]
Ern. Frid. Car. Rosenmülleri Scholia In Vetvs Testamentvm. Tomus tertius: Iesaiae vaticinia complectens. Sectio altera (Lipsiae: sumtu Ioh. Ambros. Barth, 1793). [pp. 425-802] [Isa 19-39]
Ern. Frid. Car. Rosenmülleri Scholia In Vetvs Testamentvm. Tomus tertius: Iesaiae vaticinia complectens. Sectio tertia (Lipsiae: sumtu Ioh. Ambros. Barth, 1793). [pp. 805-1031] [Isa 40-66]
  For the second and third editions and the compendium edition of the Isaiah commentary see here. For Rosenmüller's Scholia in general see here.

Paulus, Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob (1761-1851)
Philologischer Clavis über das Alte Testament für Schulen und Akademien: Jesaias, von Heinrich Eberh. Gottlob Paulus, der Theologie und der Orientalischen Sprachen Professor (Jena: bei Christ. Heinr. Cuno's Erben, 1793).


B.   Studies

I.    Overviews and studies on multiple periods in the history of reception

Blenkinsopp, J., Opening the Sealed Book: Interpretations of the Book of Isaiah in Late Antiquity (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2006). [covers Jewish and Christian writings in the period from Malachi to the Emperor Constantine]

Childs, B. S., The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004). [from the LXX and NT down to present times, but mainly on the pre-1800 period; almost exclusively on Christian authors as stated in the title]. For a long critical discussion see B. Witherington III, Isaiah Old and New: Exegesis, Intertextuality, and Hermeneutics (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2017): Appendix C. "Isaiah as 'Christian' Scripture: What Should We Think about that Idea? A Detailed Synopsis and Critique of B. Childs, The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture" (387-446).

McGinnis, C. Mathews – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006)

Sawyer, J. F. A., The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).

Sawyer, J. F. A., "Isaiah, Book of", in J. H. Hayes (gen. ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1999) I (A-J) 549-555.

Sawyer, J. F. A., "Isaiah", 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) 52-63.

Sawyer, J. F. A., Isaiah through the Centuries (Wiley Blackwell Bible Commentaries; Hoboken, NJ & Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2018).

Sawyer, J. F. A., "Isaiah in Art and Music", in L.-S. Tiemeyer (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Isaiah (Oxford Handbooks; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) 574-597.

Stromberg, J., "Isaiah's Interpretive Revolution: How Isaiah's Formation Influenced Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation", in R. J. Bautch – J. T. Hibbard (eds.), The Book of Isaiah: Enduring Questions Answered Anew. Essays Honoring Joseph Blenkinsopp and His Contribution to the Study of Isaiah (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2014) 214-232.

Sweeney, M. A., et al., "Isaiah", EBR 13 (206) 297-343. Details: I. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (M. A. Sweeney) 297-305; II. New Testament (D. W. Pao) 305-309; III. Judaism (309-320): A. Second Temple and Hellenistic Judaism (J. Y. Jindo) 309-311; B. Rabbinic Judaism (I. Gottlieb) 311-313; C. Medieval Judaism (Y. Eisenstat) 313-315; D. Modern Judaism (J. Davis) 315-318; E. Liturgy (B. D. Walfish) 318-320; IV. Christianity (320-329): A. Greek and Latin Patristics (P. Gemeinhardt) 320-325; B. Medieval and Reformation Era (P. Brazinski) 325-326; C. Modern Europe and America (P. Martens) 326-328; D. World Christianity (D. N. Premnath) 328-329; V. Islam (A. Rippin) 329-330; VI. Literature (J. Sawyer) 330-334; VII. Visual Arts (K. Lundahl) 334-339; VIII. Music (N. H. Petersen) 339-342; IX. Film (P. T. Chattaway) 342-343.

Wróbel, M. S., "The Influence of Isaiah on Jewish and Christian Liturgies", in J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah (Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies, 28; London & New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2019) 186-203.

II.    Studies on the reception of Isaiah in the New Testament

Allison, D. C., "Isaiah, John the Baptizer, and Jesus", in J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah (Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies, 28; London & New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2019) 128-150.

Baek, K. S., "Isaiah at Qumran and in the Gospel of Matthew", in C. Palmer – A. R. Krause – E. Schuller – J. Screnock (eds.), Dead Sea Scrolls, Revise and Repeat: New Methods and Perspectives (EJL 52; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2020) 119-144.

Beaton, R. C., Isaiah's Christ in Matthew's Gospel (SNTSMS 123; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Beaton, R. C., "Isaiah in Matthew's Gospel", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 63-78.

Berges, U., "JHWH und der Menschensohngleiche als Keltertreter. Das Jesajabuch als Resonanzraum der Johannes-Offenbarung", in E. Brünenberg-Bußwolder – C. Münch – M. Sigismund – R. Vorholt – A. Weihs (eds.), Neues Testament im Dialog: Festschrift für Thomas Söding zum 65. Geburtstag (Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 2021) 64-78.

Blenkinsopp, J., Opening the Sealed Book: Interpretations of the Book of Isaiah in Late Antiquity (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2006), esp. 129-168 ("Reading Isaiah in Early Christianity, with Special Reference to Matthew's Gospel"). See also 169-221 ("Isaianic Titles in Qumran and Early Christianity"), and 282-293 ("The Anonymous Teacher and Jesus of Nazareth as Servant Figures").

Brendsel, D. J., "Isaiah Saw His Glory": The Use of Isaiah 52–53 in John 12 (BZNW 208; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014).

Burz-Tropper, V., "Isaiah as a Background of the Metaphorical 'I Am' Sayings in John's Gospel", Bib 102 (2021) 229-247.

Charlesworth, J. H., "The Influence of Isaiah on Paul's Romans and the Intra-Canonical Gospels", in J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah (Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies, 28; London & New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2019) 151-185.

Childs, B. S., "The Early Reception of the Hebrew Bible: The Septuagint and the New Testament", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 1-31.

Dinter, P. E., "Paul and the Prophet Isaiah", BTB 13 (1983) 48-52.

Evans, C. A., "From Gospel to Gospel: The Function of Isaiah in the New Testament", in C. C. Broyles – C. A. Evans (eds), Writing and Reading the Scroll of Isaiah: Studies of an Interpretive Tradition. 2 vol. (VTSup 70/2 – Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, 1/2; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 651-691.

Farmer, W. R., "The Role of Isaiah in the Development of the Christian Canon", in L. M. Hopfe (ed.), Uncovering Ancient Stones: Essays in Memory of H. Neil Richardson (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1994) 217-222.

Fekkes, J., "'His Bride Has Prepared Herself': Revelation 12-21 and Isaian Nuptial Imagery", JBL 109 (1990) 269-287.

Fekkes, J., Isaiah and Prophetic Traditions in the Book of Revelation: Visionary Antecedents and their Development (JSNTSup 93; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994).

Fekkes, J., "Isaiah and the Book of Revelation: John the Prophet as a Fourth Isaiah?", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 125-143.

Gregerman, A., "Biblical Prophecy and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretations of Isaiah", in C. A. Evans – H. D. Zacharias (eds.), "What Does the Scripture Say?": Studies in the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity. Vol. 1: The Synoptic Gospels (LNTS 469 / Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity, 17; London & New York: T & T Clark, 2012) 212-240. [esp. on Luke-Acts]

Grimm, W., Weil ich dich liebe: die Verkündigung Jesu und Deuterojesaja (Arbeiten zum Neuen Testament und Judentum, 1; Bern: Herbert Lang; Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 1976). Revised second edition in the same series under the title: Die Verkündigung Jesu und Deuterojesaja. 2., überarbeitete Auflage (Frankfurt am Main & Bern: Lang, 1981).

Hasitschka, M., "Die Jesaja-Zitate im Johannesevangelium", PzB 30 (2021) 23-33.

Hooker, M. D., "Isaiah in Mark's Gospel", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 35-49.

Karrer, M., "Die Rezeption des Jesajabuches in der Johannesoffenbarung", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 331-357.

Koet, B. J., "Isaiah in Luke-Acts", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 79-100.

Leske, A. M., "The Influence of Isaiah 40-66 on Christology in Matthew and Luke: A Comparison", in Society of Biblical Literature 1994 Seminar Papers (SBLSP 34; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1994) 897-916.

Leske, A. M., "The Influence of Isaiah on Christology in Matthew and Luke", in W. R. Farmer (ed.), Crisis in Christology: Essays in Quest of Resolution (Great Modern Debates, 3; Livonia, MI: Dove, 1995) 241-269.

Mathewson, D., "Isaiah in Revelation" in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 189-210.

McCullough, J. C., "Isaiah in Hebrews", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 159-173.

Menken, M. J. J., Matthew's Bible: The Old Testament Text of the Evangelist (BETL 173; Leuven: Leuven University Press & Peeters, 2004). [includes six chapters on Isaian texts in Matthew's fulfilment quotations]

Menken, M. J. J., "Quotations from the Book of Isaiah in the Gospel of Matthew", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 261-282.

Moyise, S. – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005).

Moyise, S., "Isaiah in 1 Peter", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 175-188.

Moyise, S., "Jesus and Isaiah", Neotestamentica 43 (2009) 249-270.

Moyise, S., "Isaiah in the New Testament", in L.-S. Tiemeyer (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Isaiah (Oxford Handbooks; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) 531-541.

Pao, D. W., Acts and the Isaianic New Exodus (WUNT II/130; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000).

Rensburg, F. J. van – S. Moyise, "Isaiah in 1 Peter 3:13-17: Applying Intertextuality to the Study of the Old Testament in the New", Scriptura 80 (2002) 275-286.

Sanders, J. A., "From Isaiah 61 to Luke 4", in J. Neusner (ed.), Christianity, Judaism and Other Greco-Roman Cults, 1: New Testament (SJLA 12; Leiden: Brill, 1975) 75-106. Reprinted in C. A. Evans – J. A. Sanders, Luke and Scripture: The Function of Sacred Tradition in Luke-Acts (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993) 46-69.

Sanders, J. A., "Isaiah in Luke", Int 36 (1982) 144-155. Reprinted in J. L. Mays – P. J. Achtemeier (eds.), Interpreting the Prophets (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1987) 75-85. Reprinted again in C. A. Evans – J. A. Sanders, Luke and Scripture: The Function of Sacred Tradition in Luke-Acts (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993) 14-25.

Sawyer, J. F. A., "Isaiah and Christian Origins" , in his The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996) 21-41.

Seccombe, D., "Luke and Isaiah", NTS 27 (1981) 252-259.

Snodgrass, K. R., "Streams of Tradition Emerging from Isaiah 40.1-5 and their Adaptation in the New Testament", JSNT 8 (1980) 24-45. Reprinted in C. A. Evans – S. E. Porter (eds.), New Testament Backgrounds: A Sheffield Reader (The Biblical Seminar, 43; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 149-168.

Torrey, C. C., "The Influence of Second Isaiah in the Gospels and Acts", JBL 48 (1929) 24-36.

Tuckett, C. M., "Isaiah in Q", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 51-61.

Wagner, J. R., Heralds of the Good News: Isaiah and Paul "in Concert" in the Letter to the Romans (NovTSup 101; Leiden: Brill, 2002).

Wagner, J. R., "Isaiah in Romans and Galatians", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 117-132.

Wagner, J. R., "Moses and Isaiah in Concert: Paul's Reading of Isaiah and Deuteronomy in the Letter to the Romans", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 87-105.

Watts, R. E., Isaiah's New Exodus and Mark (WUNT II/88; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1997). Reprint paperback edition under the title: Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark (Biblical Studies Library; Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2001).

Watts, R. E., "Isaiah in the New Testament", in D. G. Firth – H. G. M. Williamson (eds.), Interpreting Isaiah: Issues and Approaches (Nottingham: Apollos; Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2009) 213-233.

Weren, W. J. C., "Quotations from Isaiah and Matthew's Christology (Mt 1,23 and 4,15-16)", in J. van Ruiten – M. Vervenne (eds.), Studies in the Book of Isaiah: Festschrift Willem A. M. Beuken (BETL 132; Leuven: Peeters and Leuven University Press, 1997) 447-465.

Wilk, F., Die Bedeutung des Jesajabuches für Paulus (FRLANT 179; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1998).

Wilk, F., "Isaiah in 1 and 2 Corinthians", in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 133-158.

Wilk, F., "Between Scripture and History: Technique and Hermeneutics of Interpreting Biblical Prophets in the Septuagint of Isaiah and the Letters of Paul", in A. van der Kooij – M. N. van der Meer (eds.), The Old Greek of Isaiah: Issues and Perspectives. Papers Read at the Conference on the Septuagint of Isaiah, Held in Leiden 10-11 April 2008 (CBET 55; Leuven: Peeters, 2010) 189-209.

Williams, C. H., "Isaiah in John's Gospel" in S. Moyise – M. J. J. Menken (eds), Isaiah in the New Testament (The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel; London: T & T Clark, 2005) 101-116.

Williams, C. H., "The Testimony of Isaiah and Johannine Christology", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 107-124.

Witherington, B., Isaiah Old and New: Exegesis, Intertextuality, and Hermeneutics (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2017).

III.    Studies on Isaiah-interpretation from the second century to the end of the Patristic period
          [on the "Martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah" (Jewish base-text [?] with extensive Christian additions) see here]

Abel, F.-M., "Mélanges IV: Le commentaire de Saint Jérôme sur Isaïe", RB 25 (1916) 200-225.

Abel, F.-M., "Parallélisme exégétique entre S. Jérôme et S. Cyrille d'Alexandrie", Vivre et Penser 1re série (1941) 94-119, 212-230.

Altaner, B., "Wer ist der Verfasser des Tractatus in Isaiam vi. 1-7?", TRev 42 (1943) 147-151. Reprinted as "Wer ist der Verfasser des Tractatus in Isaiam VI,1-7? (ed. G. Morin, Anecdota Maredsolana III, 3, Maredsous 1903, 103-122) Ein Forschungsbericht", in B. Altaner, Kleine patristische Schriften. Herausgegeben von Günter Glockmann (Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur, 83; Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1967) 483-488.

Baehrens, W. A., Überlieferung und Textgeschichte der lateinisch erhaltenen Origeneshomilien zum Alten Testament (Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur, 42.1; Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs'sche Buchhandlung, 1916).

Baehrens, W. A., "Die neunte fragmentare Jesaiahomilie des Orígenes eine Fälschung", TLZ 49 (1924) 263-264.

Batalova, S., "The Isaiah Code: Highlights in the History of a Catena in Slavic Tradition", Scripta & e-Scripta 16-17 ( 2017) 83-96. [available for download here]

Bates, M. W., "Justin Martyr's Logocentric Hermeneutical Transformation of Isaiah's Vision of the Nations", JTS N.S. 60 (2009) 538-555.

Bonfiglio, E., "The Armenian Translations of John Chrysostom: The Issue of Selection", in M. Toca – D. Batovici (eds.), Caught in Translation: Studies on Versions of Late-Antique Christian Literature (Texts and Studies in Eastern Christianity, 17; Leiden: Brill, 2020) 35-63. [on the Isaiah commentary see esp. 46-47]

Bundy, D. D., "Ephrem's Exegesis of Isaiah", in E. A. Livingstone (ed.), Papers of the 9th International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford 1983. Volume 4: Augustine, the Post-Nicene Latin Fathers, Oriental Texts, Nachleben of the Fathers (Studia Patristica, 18.4; Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications; Leuven: Peeters, 1990) 234-239.

Cassel, J. D., Cyril of Alexandria and the Science of the Grammarians: A Study in the Setting, Purpose, and Emphasis of Cyril's Commentary on Isaiah. Ph.D. diss., University of Virginia, 1992. [unpublished]

Cassel, J. D., "Patristic Interpretation of Isaiah", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 145-169.

Cattaneo, E., Il "Commento a Isaia" di Basilio di Cesarea: attribuzione e studio teologico-letterario (Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum, 139; Roma: Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, 2014).

Cattaneo, E., "Il Commento a Isaia di Basilio di Cesarea. Una replica alla recensione di M. Simonetti, Augustianum 54 (2014), 561-567", Augustinianum 55 (2015) 631-643.

Cattaneo, E., "Eunomio e gli Anomei nel Commento a Isaia di Basilio di Cesarea", Orientalia Christiana Periodica 85 (2019) 45-75.

Chavoutier, L., "Querelle origéniste et controverses trinitaires: à propos du Tractatus contra Origenem de visione Isaiae", Vigiliae Christianae 14 (1960) 9-14.

Childs, B. S., "Justin Martyr", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 32-44.

Childs, B. S., "Irenaeus", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 45-55.

Childs, B. S., "Clement of Alexandria", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 56-61.

Childs, B. S., "Origen", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 62-74.

Childs, B. S., "Eusebius of Caesarea", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 75-89.

Childs, B. S., "Jerome", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 90-103.

Childs, B. S., "John Chrysostom", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 104-109.

Childs, B. S., "Cyril of Alexandria", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 110-129.

Childs, B. S., "Theodoret of Cyrus", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 130-147.

Danieli, M. I., "Isaia (scritti esegetici su)", in A. Monaci Castagno (ed.), Origene: Dizionario. La cultura, il pensiero, le opere (Roma: Città Nuova, 2000) 229-230. Spanish version: A. Monaci Castagno (ed.), Diccionario de Orígenes: la cultura, el pensamiento, las obras (Diccionarios MC; Burgos: Monte Carmelo 2003).

Devreesse, R., "L'édition du commentaire d'Eusèbe de Césarée sur Isaïe: interpolations et omissions", RB 42 (1933) 540-555.

Dietsche, W., Didymus von Alexandrien als Verfasser der Schrift über die Seraphenvision : Untersuchungen zur Urheberschaft des sogenannten Anecdoton von Amelli. Als Manuskript gedruckt (Freiburg im Breisgau: Blümer, 1942). [see Altaner above]

Dieu, L., "Le commentaire arménien de S. Jean Chrysostome sur Isaïe (ch. VIII–LXIV) est-il authentique?", Revue d'Histoire Ecclésiastique 17 (1921) 7-30.

Drecoll, V. H., "Esaias", in C. Mayer (ed.), Augustinus-Lexikon. Band 2: Cor–Fides (Basel: Schwabe, 1996-2002) 1114-1119. [each vol. appeared in Lieferungen]

Dumortier, J., "Une énigme chrysostomienne, le commentaire inachevé d'Isaïe", Mélanges de science religieuse 34 (1977) 43-47.

Dumortier, J., "A propos du commentaire sur Isaïe de Saint Jean Chrysostome", Revue des études grecques 95 (1982) 174-177.

Dumortier, J. B., "La version arménienne du commentaire sur Isaïe de Jean Chrysostome", in E. A. Livingstone (ed.), Studia Patristica Vol. XVII, Part Three [Papers of the Eighth International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford 3-8 September 1979] (Oxford: Pergamon, 1982) 1159-1162.

Duval, Y.-M., "L'«In Esaia paruula adbreviatio de capitulis paucis» de Jérôme. Une homélie (tronquée) et une leçon de méthode aux moines de Bethléem", in R. Gryson (ed.), Philologia sacra. Biblische und patristische Studien für Hermann J. Frede und Walter Thiele zu ihrem siebzigsten Geburtstag, Band II: Apokryphen, Kirchenväter, Verschiedenes (Vetus Latina / Aus der Geschichte der lateinischen Bibel, 24/2; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1993) 422-482.

Elliott, M. W., "The Book of Isaiah, the Wisdom of Solomon and the Fathers: An Exploration of the Textual History and Concepts", in K. De Troyer – B. Schmitz (eds.), The Early Reception of the Book of Isaiah in Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature (DCLS 37; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019) 113-124.

Faulhaber, M., Die Propheten-Catenen nach römischen Handschriften (Biblische Studien, Vierter Band, zweites und drittes Heft; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1899), esp. 39-86 (Zweites Kapitel: "Die Isaias-Catenen").

Fernández Lois, A. H. A., La cristología en los comentarios a Isaías de Cirilo de Alejandria y Teodoreto de Ciro. Tesis doctoral en Teología y Ciencias Patrísticas (Roma: Pontificia Universitas Lateranensis / Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, 1998).

Fernández Marcos, N., "Is There an Antiochene Reading of Isaiah?" in M. van der Meer – P. van Keulen – W. T. van Peursen – B. ter Haar Romeny (eds.), Isaiah in Context: Studies in Honour of Arie van der Kooij on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday (VTSup 138; Leiden: Brill, 2010) 247-260.

Ferrari, L. C., "Isaiah and the Early Augustine", Augustiniana 41 (1991) 739-756.

Fürst, A., "Hieronymus gegen Origenes: Die Vision Jesajas im ersten Origenismusstreit", Revue d'études augustiniennes et patristiques 53 (2007) 199-233. Reprinted in A. Fürst, Von Origenes und Hieronymus zu Augustinus: Studien zur antiken Theologiegeschichte (Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte, 115; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2011) 239-274.

Fürst, A., "Jerome Keeping Silent: Origen and His Exegesis of Isaiah", in A. Cain – J. Lössl (eds.), Jerome of Stridon: His Life, Writings and Legacy (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009) 141-152.

Garrett, D. A., An Analysis of the Hermeneutics of John Chrysostom's Commentary on Isaiah 1-8 with an English Translation (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity, 12; Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1992).

Ginzberg, L., "Die Haggada bei den Kirchenvätern, VI: Der Kommentar des Hieronymus zu Jesaja", in S. W. Baron – A. Marx (eds.), Jewish Studies in Memory of George A. Kohut 1874–1933 (New York: The Alexander Kohut Memorial Foundation, 1935) 279-314.

Gozza, S., "De S. Hieronymi commentario in Isaiae librum", Antonianum 35 (1960) 49-80, 169-214.

Gryson, R., "La tradition manuscrite du commentaire de Jérôme sur Isaïe: état de la question", in Y.-M. Duval (ed.), Jerôme entre l'Occident et l'Orient. XVIe centenaire du départ de saint Jérôme de Rome et de son installation à Bethléem. Actes du Colloque de Chantilly (septembre 1986) (Paris: Études Augustiniennes, 1988) 403-425.

Gryson, R. – D. Szmatula, "Les commentaires patristiques sur Isaïe d'Origène à Jérôme", Revue des études augustiniennes 36 (1990) 3-41. ["Cet article reprend l'essentiel d'une étude présentée comme mémoire de licence en sciences religieuses à l'Université catholique de Louvain par Mademoiselle D. Szmatula, sous la responsabilité du professeur R. Gryson..." (3 n.1)]

Guinot, J.-N., "Un évêque exégète: Théodoret de Cyr", in C. Mondésert (ed.), Le monde grec ancien et la Bible (BTT 1; Paris: Beauchesne, 1984) 335-360. English version: "Theodoret of Cyrus: Bishop and Exegete", in P. M. Blowers (ed.), The Bible in Greek Christian Antiquity (The Bible through the Ages, 1; Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1997) 163-193.

Guinot, J.-N., "L'héritage origénien des commentateurs grecs du prophète Isaïe", in L. Lies (ed.), Origeniana Quarta. Die Referate des 4. Internationalen Origeneskongresses (Innsbruck, 2-6 September 1984) (Innsbrucker theologische Studien, 19; Innsbruck & Wien: Tyrolia- Verlag, 1987) 379-389.

Guinot, J.-N., L'Exégèse de Théodoret de Cyr (Théologie historique, 100; Paris: Beauchesne, 1995).

Haar Romeny, B. ter, "Procopius of Gaza and His Library", in H. Amirav – B. ter Haar Romeny (eds.), From Rome to Constantinople. Studies in Honour of Averil Cameron (Late Antique History and Religion, 1; Leuven: Peeters, 2007) 173-190.

Haelewyck, J.-C., "Le lemme vulgate du commentaire de Jérôme sur Isaïe", in Y.-M. Duval (ed.), Jerôme entre l'Occident et l'Orient. XVIe centenaire du départ de saint Jérôme de Rome et de son installation à Bethléem. Actes du Colloque de Chantilly (septembre 1986) (Paris: Études Augustiniennes, 1988) 391-402.

Hengstermann, C., "Metaphysik des Trisagion: Die Jesajahomilien des Origenes", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 167-183.

Hill, R., "John Chrysostom's Teaching on Inspiration in 'Six Homilies on Isaiah'", Vigiliae Christianae 22 (1968) 19-37.

Hill, R., "St John Chrysostom as Biblical Commentator: Six Homilies on Isaiah 6", St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 47 (2003) 307-322.

Hollerich, M. J., Eusebius of Caesarea's Commentary on Isaiah: Christian Exegesis in the Age of Constantine (Oxford Early Christian Studies; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999).

Hollerich, M. J., "Eusebius of Caesarea and his Commentary on Isaiah: Isaiah as Evangelist and Apostle", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 185-214.

Jay, P., L'exégèse de Saint Jérôme d'après son «Commentaire sur Isaïe» (Paris: Études Augustiniennes, 1985).

Jay, P., "Jesaja", RAC 17 (1996) 764-821.

Joisten-Pruschke, A., "Der Prophet Jesaja im Werk des persischen Kirchenlehrers Aphrahat: Verwendung und Interpretation", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 283-292.

Jüssen, K., "Die Christologie des Theodoret von Cyrus nach seinem neuveröffentlichten Isaiaskommentar", TGl 7 (1935) 438-452. [see s.v. Möhle 1933 below]

Karo, G. – J. Lietzmann, "Catenarum graecarum catalogus composuerunt Georgius Karo et Iohannes Lietzmann: Pars I, Pars II, Pars III", in Nachrichten von der Königl. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, Philologisch-historische Klasse, aus dem Jahre 1902 (Göttingen: Commissionsverlag der Dieterich'schen Verlagsbuchhandlung Lüder Horstmann, 1902) 1-66, 299-350, 559-620. [see esp. 334-342 "Catenae in Isaiam"]

Kerrigan, A., St. Cyril of Alexandria Interpreter of the Old Testament (AnBib 2; Roma: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1952).

Kneip, D., "The Holy Spirit in Cyril of Alexandria's Commentary on Isaiah", in V. S. Hovhanessian (ed.), The Old Testament as Authoritative Scripture in the Early Churches of the East (Bible in the Christian Orthodox Tradition, 1; New York: Lang, 2010) 43-50.

Kraft, R. A., "Barnabas' Isaiah Text and the 'Testimony Book' Hypothesis", JBL 79 (1960) 336-350.

Kraft, R. A., "Barnabas' Isaiah Text and Melito's Paschal Homily", JBL 80 (1961) 371-373.

Le Boulluec, A., "L'exégèse d'Isaïe 10,1–23 dans le Commentaire attribué à Basile", Sacris Erudiri 59 (2020) 373-404.

Loader, J. A., "Chrysostom, Isaiah and the Antiochene View of Scripture", in C. Landman – D. P. Whitelaw (eds.), Windows on Origins: Essays on the Early Church in honour of J. A. A. A. Stoop on his Sixtieth Birthday... (Studia Theologica, 3; Pretoria: University of South Africa Publishers, 1985) 55-67. German version: "Chrysostomos, Jesaja und die Antiochenische Sicht der Heiligen Schrift", in J. A. Loader, Begegnung mit Gott: gesammelte Studien im Bereich des Alten Testaments (Wiener alttestamentliche Studien, 3; Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 2001) 245-256.

Maisano, R., "Girolamo interprete di Isaia: dal testo ebraico alla versione di Giovanni Diodati", Protestantesimo 73/2–3 (2018) 119-128.

Meer, M. N. van der, "Entre Léontopolis et Byzance: la version de Symmaque comme étape intermédiaire entre le Vieux Grec d'Isaïe et l'interprétation d'Eusèbe de Césarée", Semitica et Classica 3 (2010) 67-83.

Mégier, E., "'Manifest Prophecies' in Latin Commentaries on Isaiah, from St. Jerome to the Middle of the 12th Century", ASEs 25 (2008) 155-168.

Möhle, A. (ed.), Theodoret von Kyros, Kommentar zu Jesaia (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta-Unternehmens der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen, 5; Berlin: Weidmann, 1932). [He also has many useful remarks on the Isaiah-catenae on his pp. VIII-XIII and XVII-XXII]

Möhle, A., "Der Jesaiakommentar des Eusebius von Kaisareia fast vollständig wieder aufgefunden", ZNW 33 (1934) 87-89.

Nautin, P., "Le «De seraphim» de Jérôme et son appendice «Ad Damasum»", in M. Wissemann (ed.), Roma renascens: Beiträge zur Spätantike und Rezeptionsgeschichte, Ilona Opelt von ihren Freunden und Schülern zum 9.7.1988 in Verehrung gewidmet (Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 1988) 257-293.

Oláh, Z., "Vor und nach der Hinwendung zum Prinzip der veritas hebraica bei Hieronymus: Die Auslegung von Jesaja 6 als Testfall", in S. Kreuzer – W. Kraus – M. Karrer – J. Persch (eds.), Bibel und Patristik: Studien zur Exegese und Rezeption von Septuaginta und Neuem Testament: Festschrift für Martin Meiser (Biblische Zeitschrift – Supplements, 3; Paderborn: Schöningh / Brill, 2022) 297-308.

Paczkowski, M. C., "Isaiah 56:7 in the Patristic Interpretation", Biblica et Patristica Thoruniensia 12 (2019) 469-495.

Peri, I., "Zur Frage der Echtheit von Origenes' 9. Jesajahomilie und ihrer Übersetzung durch Hieronymus", Revue bénédictine 95 (1985) 7-10.

Peri, V., "Intorno alla tradizione manoscritta delle omelie origeniane su Isaia nella traduzione latina di S. Gerolamo", Aevum 31 (1957) 205-229.

Perrot, A., "L'ennemi absent : Basile, Pseudo-Basile et Julien l'Apostat", Sacris Erudiri 59 (2020) 405-443.

Petitmengin, P., "Recherches sur les citations d'Isaïe chez Tertullien", in R. Gryson – P.-M. Bogaert (eds.), Recherches sur l'histoire de la Bible Latine: Colloque organisé à Louvain-la-Neuve pour la promotion de H. J. Frede au doctorat honoris causa en théologie, le 18 avril 1986 (Cahiers de la Revue théologique de Louvain, 19; Louvain-la-Neuve: Faculté de théologie & Revue théologique de Louvain, 1987) 21-41.

Pieri, F., "Die Jesaja-Kommentierung und -Übersetzung des Hieronymus", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 113-129.

Redeker, K.-M., "Aspects of the 'Suffering Servant' in the Commentaries on the Book of Isaiah by Jerome and Haimo of Auxerre", in M. Vinzent (ed.), Papers Presented at the Eighteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2019. Vol. 25: The Second Half of the Fourth Century (Studia patristica, 128; Leuven: Peeters, 2021) 205-214.

Sawyer, J. F. A., "The Early Church", in his The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996) 42-64.

Simonetti, M., "Esegesi e ideologia nel Commento a Isaia di Eusebio", Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa 19 (1983) 3-44.

Simonetti, M., "Sulle fonti del Commento a Isaia di Girolamo", Augustinianum 24 (1984) 451-469.

Simonetti, M., "Uno sguardo d'insieme sull'esegesi patristica di 'Isaia' fra IV e V secolo", ASEs 1 (1984) 9-44.

Siquans, A., "Hermeneutics and Methods of Interpretation in the Isaiah Pesharim and in the 'Commentary on Isaiah' by Theodoret of Cyrus", in A. Lange – E. Tov – M. Weigold – B. H. Reynolds III (eds.), The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context: Integrating the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Study of Ancient Texts, Languages, and Cultures (VTSup 140/2; Leiden: Brill, 2011) 765-775.

Smelova, N., "St John Chrysostom's Exegesis on the Prophet Isaiah: The Oriental Translations and their Manuscripts", in M. Vinzent (ed.), Papers Presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2011. Volume 15: Cappadocian Writers; The Second Half of the Fourth Century (Studia patristica, 67; Leuven: Peeters, 2013) 295-309.

Tarazi, P. N., "Chrysostom on Isaiah: A Paradigm for Hearing Scripture", in R. D. Miller (ed.), Syriac and Antiochian Exegesis and Biblical Theology for the 3rd Millennium (Gorgias Eastern Christian Studies, 6; Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2008) 81-114. [Apparently the book was published earlier as (Gorgias Precis Portfolios, 3; Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2006)]

Trakatellis, D., "Theodoret's Commentary on Isaiah: A Synthesis of Exegetical Traditions", in B. Nassif (ed.), New Perspectives on Historical Theology: Essays in Memory of John Meyendorff (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1996) 313-342.

Valeriani, E., Il commento a Isaia di Teodoro di Eraclea. Diss. Roma La Sapienza (2004). [apparently not published in book format]

Valeriani, E., "Teodoro di Eraclea", in A. Di Berardino (ed.), Nuovo dizionario di patristica e di antichità cristiana, vol. 3 (Genova & Milano: Marietti, 2008) 5247-5249.

Valeriani, E., "Theodore of Heraclea (d. ca. 355)", in A. Di Berardino – T. C. Oden – J. C. Elowsky (eds.), Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity, vol. 3 (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2014) 742-743.

Vianès, L., "Chaînes de Jean le Droungaire sur les Grands Prophètes, ou Chaînes Pro-Sévériennes?", in R. Ceulemans – B. Crostini (eds.), Receptions of the Bible in Byzantium. Texts, Manuscripts, and their Readers (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis – Studia Byzantina Upsaliensia, 20; Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 2021) 405-426. [the whole volume can be downloaded here]

Vrame, A. C., "Theodoret, Bishop of Kyros as an Exegete of Isaiah 1: A Translation of His Commentary, with an Introduction", The Greek Orthodox Theological Review 34 (1989) 127-147.

Zaganas, D., La formation d'une exégèse alexandrine post-origénienne: les Commentaires sur les Douze Prophètes et sur Isaïe de Cyrille d'Alexandrie (Traditio exegetica graeca, 17; Leuven: Peeters, 2019). [A few inedited excerpts of Cyril's "In Isaiam" are published in the appendix.]

Zaganas, D., "New Reasons to Doubt the Authenticity of the Enarratio in Isaiam Attributed to Basil", Sacris Erudiri 59 (2020) 347-360.

Zaganas, D., "La définition de thumos et orgê chez Basile et dans l'In Isaiam attribué à Basile", Sacris Erudiri 59 (2020) 361-372.

IV.    Studies on Isaiah-interpretation between ca. 800 and 1499

Bouthillier, D., "Le Christ en son mystère dans les Collationes du Super Isaiam de saint Thomas d'Aquin", in C.-J. Pinto de Oliveira (ed.), Ordo sapientiae et amoris: image et message de Saint Thomas d'Aquin à travers les récentes études historiques, herméneutiques et doctrinales. Hommage au professeur Jean-Pierre Torrell à l'occasion de son 65e anniversaire (Studia Friburgensia, N. F. 78; Fribourg: Éditions Universitaires Fribourg Suisse, 1993) 37-64.

Bouthillier, D, " Splendor gloriae Patris: Deux collations du Super Isaiam de S. Thomas d'Aquin", in K. Emery, Jr. – J. Wawrykow (eds.), Christ among the Medieval Dominicans: Representations of Christ in the Texts and Images of the Order of Preachers (Notre Dame Conferences in Medieval Studies, 7; Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1998) 139-156.

Bundy, D. D., "The 'Questions and Answers' on Isaiah by Išoʿ bar Nūn", OLP 16 (1985) 167-178.

Childs, B. S., "Thomas Aquinas", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 148-166.

Childs, B. S., "Nicholas of Lyra", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 167-180.

Gabriel, C., "Commentaires inédites d'Haymon d'Auxerre sur Isaïe 5.1 – 6.1", Sacris Erudiri 35 (1995) 89-114.

Gils, P.-M., "Les Collationes marginales dans l'autographe du commentaire de S. Thomas sur Isaïe", RSPT 42 (1958) 253-264.

Kelly, J. F., "The Originality of Josephus Scottus' Commentary on Isaiah", Manuscripta 24 (1980) 176-180.

Levy, I. C., Introducing Medieval Biblical Interpretation: The Senses of Scripture in Premodern Exegesis (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2018), esp. 158-159 (on Richard of St. Victor's De Emmanuele) and 219-221 (on Peter John Olivi's Isaiah-commentary).

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 Josephus Scottus esp. 80-85]

McNamara, M., "Chapter 7: Josephus Scottus' Abbreviatio commentarii Hieronymi in Isaiam", in M. McNamara, The Bible in the Early Irish Church, A.D. 550 to 850. With assistance from Michael T. Martin (Commentaria. Sacred Texts and their Commentaries: Jewish, Christian and Islamic, 13; Leiden: Brill, 2022) 135-143.

Mégier, E., "'Manifest Prophecies' in Latin Commentaries on Isaiah, from St. Jerome to the Middle of the 12th Century", ASEs 25 (2008) 155-168.

Mégier, E., "Spiritual Exegesis and the Church in Haimo of Auxerre's Commentary on Isaiah", in I. van 't Spijker (ed.), The Multiple Meaning of Scripture: The Role of Exegesis in Early-Christian and Medieval Culture (Commentaria. Sacred Texts and their Commentaries: Jewish, Christian and Islamic, 2; Leiden: Brill, 2009) 155-175.

Morris, D., "The Historiography of the Super Prophetas (also known as Super Esaiam) of Pseudo-Joachim of Fiore", Oliviana 4 | 2012: online journal, open access here.

Perfetti, S., "Covenant Lawsuits and Repentance: Albert the Great on Isaiah 1-3", in Teoria 38 (2018/1) [Pisa: Terza serie XIII/1] 61-74. [online here]

Redeker, K.-M., "Aspects of the 'Suffering Servant' in the Commentaries on the Book of Isaiah by Jerome and Haimo of Auxerre", in M. Vinzent (ed.), Papers Presented at the Eighteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2019. Vol. 25: The Second Half of the Fourth Century (Studia patristica, 128; Leuven: Peeters, 2021) 205-214.

Sawyer, J. F. A., The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996): on the use of Isaiah by Christians in the medieval period, not in dedicated commentaries but in preaching, art, liturgical and devotional texts, and polemical writings, see especially his chapters 3-5 ("The Cult of the Virgin Mary", 65-82; "The Man of Sorrows", 83-99; "Isaiah and the Jews", 100-125).

Torrell, J.-P. – D. Bouthillier, "Quand saint Thomas méditait sur le prophète Isaïe", RThom 90 (1990) 5-47. Revised reprint in J.-P. Torrell, Recherches thomasiennes. Études revues et augmentées (Bibliothèque thomiste, 52; Paris: Vrin, 2000) 242-281.

Walker, G. S. M., "Richard of St. Victor: An Early Scottish Theologian?", SJT 11 (1958) 37-52.

Wawrykow, J., "Aquinas on Isaiah", in T. G. Weinandy – D. A. Keating – J. P. Yocum (eds.), Aquinas on Scripture: An Introduction to His Biblical Commentaries (London & New York: T & T Clark International, 2005) 43-71.

Zwieten, J. W. M. van, "Jewish Exegesis within Christian Bounds: Richard of St. Victor's De Emmanuele and Victorine Hermeneutics", Bijdragen 48 (1987) 327-335.

V.    Studies on Isaiah-interpretation between 1500 and 1799

Childs, B. S., "Hermeneutical Reflections on Campegius Vitringa, Eighteenth-Century Interpreter of Isaiah", in E. Ball (ed.), In Search of True Wisdom: Essays in Old Testament Interpretation in Honour of Ronald E. Clements (JSOTSup 300; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999) 89-98.

Childs, B. S., "John Calvin", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 207-229.

Childs, B. S., "Martin Luther", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 181-206.

Childs, B. S., "Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Interpreters", in his The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004) 230-264. [Grotius and Calov 230-235; Cocceius 235-244; Vitringa 244-250; R. Lowth 250-254; Calmet 255-260; bibliog. 260-264]

Gordon, B., "'Christo testimonium reddunt omnes scripturae': Theodor Bibliander's Oration on Isaiah (1532) and Commentary on Nahum (1534)", in B. Gordon – M. McLean (eds.), Shaping the Bible in the Reformation. Books, Scholars and their Readers in the Sixteenth Century (Library of the Written Word, 20 – The Handpress World, 14; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 107-141.

Gordon, R. P., "The Legacy of Lowth: Robert Lowth and the Book of Isaiah in Particular", in A. Rapoport-Albert – G. Greenberg (eds.), Biblical Hebrews, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman (JSOTSup 333 / The Hebrew Bible and Its Versions, 2; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 57-76.

Hilpert, J., Neologie in Jena: Johann Christoph Döderleins Wirken in Theologie und Universität (BHT 196; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020). [see esp. 30-44 "Döderlein als Exeget"]

Ihben-Bahl, S. J., "Von Transformationen: Königsherrschaft, Priestertum und Prophetie nach Jes 61 in reformierter Auslegung als Perspektive für gemeindliche Aufbrüche", in L. Maskow – J. Robker (eds.), Kritische Schriftgelehrsamkeit in priesterlichen und prophetischen Diskursen: Festschrift für Reinhard Achenbach zum 65. Geburtstag (BZABR 27; Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2022) 487-502.

Knetsch, R. L., A Darkened Reading: A Reception History of the Book of Isaiah in a Divided Church (Cambridge: James Clarke & Co., 2014), esp. 42-81 (Chapter 2: "The Breakdown of Uniformity: Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Competing Intra-Anglican Scriptural Visions").

Legaspi, M. C., "Robert Lowth. Preliminary Dissertation. Isaiah. A New Translation (1778)", in O. Wischmeyer, et al. (eds.), Handbuch der Bibelhermeneutiken: Von Origenes bis zur Gegenwart (De Gruyter Handbook; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016) 475-488.

Moser, C., Umstrittene Prophetie: Die exegetisch-theologische Diskussion um die Inhomogenität des Jesajabuches von 1780 bis 1900 (BThSt 128; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2012).

Osculati, R., "Giovanni Ecolampadio (1482-1531) commentatore di Isaia", Annali di Scienze Religiose 11 (2018) 165-186.

Pitkin, B., "Exil im Spiegel der Geschichte: Calvins Jesajakommentar (1559)", in I. Dingel – H. Selderhuis (eds.), Calvin und Calvinismus: Europäische Perspektiven (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011) 215-228. Revised and updated version in B. Pitkin, Calvin, the Bible, and History: Exegesis and Historical Reflection in the Era of Reform (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) 122-140 [Chapter 5, "Exile in the Mirror of History in Calvin's Commentary on Isaiah"].

Plantinga Pauw, A., "'Becoming a Part of Israel': John Calvin's Exegesis of Isaiah", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 201-221.

Poythress, D., Reformer of Basel: The Life, Thought, and Influence of Johannes Oecolampadius (Grand Rapids, MI: Reformation Heritage Books, 2011). The appendix, "Oecolampadius's Commentary on Isaiah 36-37" (171-202), contains the only known English translation of portions of his commentary (on Isaiah 36-37). This comes from Poythress's dissertation "Johannes Oecolampadius' Exposition of Isaiah, Chapters 36-37" (apparently unpublished).

Sawyer, J. F. A., "The Reformation", in his The Fifth Gospel: Isaiah in the History of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996) 126-140.

Smend, R., "Lowth in Deutschland", in his Epochen der Bibelkritik. Gesammelte Studien, Band 3 (BEvT 109; München: Kaiser, 1991) 43-62 [an expanded version, hitherto unpublished, of a paper read at the Summer Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study in Oxford on 20 July 1988]. Reprinted in R. Smend, Bibel und Wissenschaft. Historische Aufsätze (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2004) 51-70. English version: "Lowth in Germany", in R. Smend, 'The Unconquered Land' and Other Old Testament Essays: Selected Studies by Rudolf Smend. Edited by Edward Ball and Margaret Barker (SOTS Monograph Series; Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2013) 195-214.

Smend, R., "Robert Lowth (1710-1787)", in his From Astruc to Zimmerli: Old Testament Scholarship in Three Centuries. Translated by Margaret Kohl (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007) 15-29. German version (revised): Smend, R., "Robert Lowth (1710-1787)", in his Kritiker und Exegeten: Porträtskizzen zu vier Jahrhunderten alttestamentlicher Wissenschaft (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017) 124-139.

Stansell, G., "The Poet's Bishop: Bishop Robert Lowth's Eighteenth-Century Commentary on Isaiah", in C. Mathews McGinnis – P. K. Tull (eds.), "As Those Who Are Taught": The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (SBLSymS 27; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006) 223-242.

Telfer, C. K., "Campegius Vitringa, Sr. 'Praefatio ad lectorem', in: Commentarius in librum prophetiarum Jesaiae (1716) and 'De interpretatione prophetiarum', in: Typus doctrinae propheticae, in quo de prophetis et prophetiis agitur, hujusque scientiae praecepta traduntur (1708)", in O. Wischmeyer, et al. (eds.), Handbuch der Bibelhermeneutiken: Von Origenes bis zur Gegenwart (De Gruyter Handbook; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016) 433-447.

Telfer, C. K., Wrestling with Isaiah: The Exegetical Methodology of Campegius Vitringa (1659–1722) (Reformed Historical Theology, 38; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016).

Wall, E. van der, "Between Grotius and Cocceius: The 'Theologia Prophetica' of Campegius Vitringa (1659–1722)", in H. J. M. Nellen – E. Rabbie (eds.), Hugo Grotius, Theologian: Essays in Honour of G. H. M. Posthumus Meyjes (Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 55; Leiden: Brill, 1994) 195-215.

Appendix 1: Isaiah in the Qurʾān and in Islamic tradition

Günther, S., "'Wehe dieser sündigen Gemeinde, die nicht weiß ob ihr Gutes oder Böses widerfährt': Jesaja, ein alttestamentlicher Prophet und seine Botschaft in der islamischen Tradition", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 393-431.

Neuwirth, A., "Zur Jesaja-Rezeption im Koran", in F. Wilk – P. Gemeinhardt (eds.), Transmission and Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Context of Intra- and Interreligious Debates (BETL 280; Leuven: Peeters, 2016) 373-391.

Rippin, A., "Isaiah", in J. D. McAuliffe (gen. ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān. Vol. 2 (Leiden: Brill, 2002) 562-563.

Appendix 2: Online resources

1.   The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL)
This site gives convenient access to online versions of very 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."

2.   German-language printed material from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries
The following resources can often supply titles that are missing in PRDL.
VD16: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts
VD17: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachraum erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts
VD18: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachraum erschienenen Drucke des 18. Jahrhunderts
All three are easily accessible through the very useful "Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog".

3.   Münchener DigitalisierungsZentrum – Digitale Bibliotek
Another very useful site with abundant material for the history of biblical studies.

4.   Carpzov's Introductio
Offers abundant bibliographies on the book of Isaiah, especially for the period 1500-1750.
Carpzov, J. G., Introductio ad libros propheticos Bibliorum Veteris Testamenti, praecognita critica et historica, ac autoritatis vindicias exponens. Editio quarta (Lipsiae: sumpt. haeredum Lankisianorum, 1757). [first edition 1721] [the work is available online in Google Books and there is a link to it in the PRDL also]

5.   Rosenmüller's Scholia
[further details on this work can be seen here]
For his extensive list of commentaries on Isaiah see: Rosenmüller, E. F. K., Scholia in Vetus Testamentum. Partis tertiae, Jesajae vaticinia continentis, volumen primum: Jesajae vaticinia annotatione perpetua illustravit Ern. Frid. Car. Rosenmüller. Editio tertia auctior et emendatior (Lipsiae: sumtibus Ioh. Ambros. Barthii, 1829) V-XXIII ("Notitia interpretum quibus in hac vaticiniorum Jesajae explicatione usi sumus"). [the work is available online in Google Books and in the Internet Archive]