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The Oxford handbook of Maximus the Confessor
PART ONE. HISTORICAL SETTING PART TWO. THEOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL INFLUENCES PART THREE. WORKS AND THOUGHT PART FOUR. RECEPTION
The Miracles of Saints Cyrus and John: The Greek Text and Its Transmission
The text entitled The Miracles of Saints Cyrus and John was composed in Greek by Sophronius, patriarch of Jerusalem (634-638). The text concerns the miracles of two healing saints: Cyrus, supposedlyExpand
Studying Dream Interpretation from Early Christianity to the Rise of Islam
Early Christian and early Islamic texts on dreams and dream interpretation have come under increased scrutiny in recent decades. Dream literature from pagan and Jewish antiquity to the early medievalExpand
A companion to Gregory the Great
What made Pope Gregory I "great"? If the Middle Ages had no difficulty recognizing Gregory as one of its most authoritative points of reference, modern readers have not always found this question asExpand
Crisis Management in Late Antiquity (410-590 CE)
Pauline Allen and Bronwen Neil investigate crisis management as conducted by the increasingly important episcopal class in the 5th and 6th centuries. Their basic source is the neglected corpus ofExpand
Collecting early Christian Letters: From the Apostle Paul to Late Antiquity
Part I. Introducing Early Christian Letters: 1. Continuities and changes in the practice of letter-collecting from Cicero to late antiquity Bronwen Neil 2. Rationales for episcopal letter collectionsExpand
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