Pelagiuss Interpretation of Romans. Saint Paul in Augustine.
You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. At that point, it was demolished, and the present cathedral was built on the site. Acts , , , , ; Romans ; 1 Corinithians , ; 2 Corinthians , , Philemon , , 22; Colossians ; 1 Thessalonians , , 6; 2 Thessalonians ; 1 Timothy; 2 Timothy; Hebrews John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster d. According to St. Church of England.
Medieval Pauline Exegesis. Paul in Ecclesiology and Spirituality. Paul in Art Preaching and Literature.
All Things to All Men. Commentaries on the Pauline Epistles in the Carolingian Era. The comparison with the Gospel is striking. Its account of the persecution the Maccabees influenced later martyrdom accounts in many ways. The Maccabees and their mother were celebrated as saints in Orthodox churches. He gives biographical information which is clearly distinct from hagiographic genres. The Deacon Stephen was the first Christian martyr.
The short account of his death, with Saul of Tarsus watching is the lone martyrdom recorded in the New Testament.
http://1zoo.kh.ua/includes/2020-02-21/radim-rossiya-bryansk.php Gregory of Nyssa c. See Vol. Acts of Paul and Thecla translated in St. Pachomius Library Acts and Martyrdom of St.
Polykarp was a bishop of Smyrna and had known people who had known the apostles. Martyrdom of Ignatius of Antioch , 2nd Century. John Chrysostom c. Perpetua and Felicity.
See also Catholic Encyclopedia: Sts. It is thus among the earliest of all texts ascribed to a Christian woman. Domnina and Daughters. Acts of Xanthippe, Polyxena and Rebecca. Gregory of Tours : Polyeuktos the Martyr , d. Also available, via the link above, are a number of maps, diagrams, and pictures of the exacavation of the sixth-century Church of St.
Polyeuktos in Constantinople. Martyrdom of St. Januarius , translated in St.
Over the last twenty years, increasing attention has been given to the interpretation of St. Paul in the Middle Ages. This is one of the first scholarly volumes to. "The essays are informative and of a high quality; they should be of use to both scholars and students working in the field of medieval Pauline exegesis and its.
Pachomius Library As San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples, and whose liquefying blood remains the occasion of intense concern. Laurence was broiled to death. Hence he became patron saint of cooks. Book 3: Panting for God. AD - , trans. Pachomius Library] Acts of Sharbil. Pachomius Library] Martyrdom of Habib the Deacon. Pachomius Library] Martyrdom of St.
Pelagia of Ceasarea , translated from Ge'ez, [At St. Pisentius of Qift , trans. Andrew the General [The Passion of St. Callistratus BHO St. Florian BHL St. Budge , The Passion of St. Budge , Images of St. George Throughout the Ages St. Luxurius [The Passion of Ss. Maximilian of Tebessa [The Passion of St.
Marcellus of Tingis [The Passion of St. Budge , Ethiopic Synaxarium Translation from E. Budge , Coptic Encomium St.
Theagenes BHL St. Theodore the General and St.
Typasius the Veteran [The Passion of St. Varus [At Military Saints] St. Victor of Milan [The Passion of St. Jerome: Against Vigilantius St. Gervasius and Protasius St. Ambrose of Milan c. Augustine: City of God: Book See also Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Anthony or Encyclopeadia Britannica 11 ed : Athanasius Just as the martyrdom of Polykarp is a model text for many other martyrdom accounts, the Life of Anthony provided a model for accounts of saints - later called confessors whose sanctity was manifested by a holy - usually monastic - life rather than by a heroic death for the faith.
Jerome: The Life of S.
Onnophrios [Onophrius] , trans. A fascinating account of the Christian destruction of Paganism in Gaza. Lowther Clarke. One of the most important lives of a female saint. This is an account of Gregory's strongminded sister, Macrina c. The Latin Text is also online [At Upenn]. Augustine of Hippo : Confessions , in modern translation, [At Upenn]. Possidius: Life St. This single act overcame, for later generations, his violent public and private life and death as an Arian. Simeon Stylites from Ecclesiastical History , I.
Symeon Stylites. But Symeon's base was in Syria. Daniel, based in Constantinople, exercised enormous religious power. Life of Matrona of Perge , d. The Life of Theodore of Sykeon. This Life of seventh-century saint is a major source for Byzantine rural and social history, as well as about the development of the cult of saints. Theodore's devotion to St. George is especially noteworthy in this text. The 7th-century Patriarch of Alexandria just before the Arab Conquest was later taken as patron by the Order of knights Hospitallers.
As such he was the only Byzantine era saint to achieve popularity in the Western middle ages. Josaphat is a Greek mis-rendition of the Sanskrit Bodhisattva - not so much a Byzantine saint, but a saint with a Byzantine vita.