La Passion des saints Lucius et Montanus. Histoire et édition du texte

  title={La Passion des saints Lucius et Montanus. Histoire et {\'e}dition du texte},
  author={François Dolbeau},
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Deux hommages en l’honneur de deux chevaliers en Afrique Proconsulaire : Caecilius Secundus et L. Sempronius Ianuarius
Deux inscriptions latines recemment decouvertes en Tunisie font connaitre deux chevaliers. La premiere, totalement inedite, de Bisica Lucana, se rapporte a Caecilius Secundus qui a fait une carriere
Cyprian's Early Career in the Church of Carthage
Cyprian's baptism is usually placed in 245–6, two to four years before he became bishop. The early treatise Ad Donatum is thus taken as a witness to the neophyte's spiritual ‘transition’. This
Popular Hatred Against Christians: the Case of North Africa in the Second and Third Centuries
Abstract Popular hatred against Christians is often presented as an important factor in the persecutions. This paper argues that where evidence is available, which is the case for North Africa in the
Dos arquivos da perseguição às histórias dos mártires: hagiografia, memória e propaganda na África romana
The series of events stemming from the acts and passions of the Christian martyrs, written in the heat of persecution up to the more legendary and epic stories spreading from the late 4th and early
Paradisus in carcere: The Vocabulary of Imprisonment and the Theology of Martyrdom in the Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis
Christian martyrdom, a complex amalgam of late Jewish fidelity to the law and aspects of Greco-Roman thought embodied in the exitus illustrium virorum tradition, fashioned an eschatological ideology
Judicial Nightmares and Christian Memory
An institution whose effects were as traumatic, mundane, spectacular, and ordinary as the Roman trial necessarily left its imprint on the consciousness, both waking and unwaking, of the empire's
Scripture as an Element of Social Control: Two Martyr Stories of Christian North Africa
The martyr stories, the earliest hagiographical writings, were not composed simply as memorials to the courage of those who preferred death to apostasy. Their authors recorded the stories both to