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A treatise of laws from the Greek of Sylburgius"s edition of Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrus his Therapeutica, &c. done at the press of Commeline in the year MDXCII by Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus

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Published by Printed by J. Archdeacon, printer for the University for T. & J. Merrill [and 7 others] in Cambridge .
Written in English


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Other titlesPeri tōn nomōn, k.t.l.
Statementnow published by Thomas Comber.
ContributionsSylburg, Friedrich, 1536-1596., Comber, Thomas, d. 1778.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 85 p.
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20796055M

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A Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence Volume 6: A History of the Philosophy of Law from the Ancient Greeks to the Scholastics. Editors: Miller . Theodoret of Cyrus presents a fresh collection of texts from all periods of his career, including two complete treatises (On the Trinity and On the Incarnation) as well as representative selections from two others (A Cure of Greek Maladies and A Compendium of Heretical Mythification) so far unpublished in English, with a critical introduction concerning his life, legacy and place in the history of Christian . The writing of a saint's life can be as political as it is pious. In this, her second book, Theresa Urbainczyk demonstrates how one collection of saints' lives--the Religious History of Theodoret, bishop of Cyrrhus--both prescribes and describes the relationship between ascetics and the early Church. With the conversion of Constantine and his subsequent championing of the Christian cause, the. This translation respects the conciseness which the bishop sets as one aim for himself, his other principle being to let the text speak for itself. Theodoret emerges in this work as a measured commentator and balanced exponent of his school's hermeneutical and theological principles.

Ilias Arnaoutoglou graduated from the School of Law, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece and completed a PhD in Classics at the University of Glasgow. He is currently Assistant Editor for the Lexicon of Greek Personal by: And on the entrance of the most religious Theodoret, the most religious bishops of Egypt, Illyricum and Palestine called out: `Have mercy upon us! The faith is destroyed. The Canons cast him out. Cast out the teacher of Nestorius.' The most religious bishops of the East and those of Pontus, Asia. Ancient Greek Laws: A Sourcebook. In this comprehensive and accessible sourcebook, Ilias Arnaoutoglou presents a collection of ancient Greek laws, which are situated in their legal and historical contexts and are elucidated with relevant selections from Greek literature and epigraphical testimonies. Full text of "Ecclesiastical history, a history of the church in 5 books from A.D to the death of Theodore of Mopsuestia, A.D by Theodoretus bishop of Cyrus a new tr with a memoir of the other formats.

Bishop of Cyrus and theologian, born at Antioch in Syria about ; died about He says himself that his birth was an answer to the prayers of the monk Macedonius ("Hist. rel.", IX; Epist. lxxi). On account of a vow made by his mother he was dedicated from birth to the service of God and was brought up and educated by the monks Macedonius and Peter. At a very early age he was ordained lector. Bishop Theodoret of Cyrus in Syria (c. ) wrote about the year a Commentary on the prophet Daniel. In this he writes: “Now, to the fact that the Jews of old used to call blessed Daniel the greatest prophet the Hebrew Josephus is a notable witness, who, while not accepting the Christian message, could not bring himself to conceal the. To this edition our references are made. The ed. of T. Gaisford is pub. by the Clarendon Press. There is a trans. of Theodoret's works in Bohn's Lib. (Bell), and by Blomfield Jackson in Lib. of Post-Nicene Fathers. Cf. N. Ghibokowski, The Blessed Theodoret, bp. of Cyrus (Moscow, , 2vols.);. Eusebius of Caesarea, ca. – CE, born in Palestine, was a student of the presbyter Pamphilus whom he loyally supported during Diocletian's was himself imprisoned in Egypt, but became Bishop of Caesarea about At the Council of Nicaea in he sat by the emperor, led a party of moderates, and made the first draft of the famous creed.