This is the title page from Volume 1 of the classic set, The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Translations of the Fathers down to A. D. 325. As the name indicates, it is a collection of writings by the Church Fathers prior to (“ante”-) the Council of Nicaea in 325. You can read more about the Council of Nicaea here.
Now read the spine. Oops. Do I hear Iranaeus protesting from the Great Beyond? What did Justin Martyr have against (“anti”-) the good people of Nicaea? Just because Ignatius didn’t write a letter to them, is that any reason to accuse him of being anti-Nicaea? Maybe I’ll give the binders the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up as a typo.
The book was rebound in 1975 with this typo on the spine. Surely I’m not the only person in the last 31 years to catch this. Surely not. Our students are more astute than that. Surely. Of course. Right? I’ll apologize to Polycarp someday on their behalf, just in case.