6 edition of De mortibus persecutorum found in the catalog.
De mortibus persecutorum
|Statement||edited and translated by J.L. Creed.|
|Series||Oxford early Christian texts|
|Contributions||Creed, J. L.|
|LC Classifications||BR65.L23 D43513 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||84007860|
J. L. CREED: Lactantius, De mortibus persecutorum, edited and translated. (Oxford Early Christian Texts.) Pp. xlviii+ Oxford Clarendon Press ,. £ Gibbon had little use for Lactantius ' Were. the particulars of this conference more consistent with truth and decency', he says of one conversation between emperors. Lactantius, Liber De Mortibus Persecutorum (Book on the Deaths of the Persecutors) ca. – Lenski, Noel, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Constantine. New York: Cambridge University Press, Hardcover ISBN Paperback ISBN ; Nicholson, Oliver. "Constantine's Vision of the Cross.".
Chap. XII.—De utero, et conceptione atque sexibus. Chap. XIII.—Of the lower members. Chap. XIV.—Of the unknown purpose of some of the intestines. Chap. XV.—Of the voice. Chap. XVI.—Of the mind and its seat. Chap. XVII.—Of the soul, and the opinion of philosophers concerning it. Chap. XVIII.—Of the soul and the mind, and their. Diocletian and the Tetrarchy in Lactantius, De mortibus persecutorum An Emperor for all Seasons—Maximian and the Transformation of His Political Representation Maxentius and the aeternae urbis suae conditores: Rome and Its Founders from Maximian to Constantine (–)Author: Jürgen K. Zangenberg.
DE MORTIBUS PERSECUTORUM PDF - Perhaps here, perhaps elsewhere, Lactantius wrote De mortibus persecutorum (" On the kinds of death the persecutors have died"), a very personal town, which may have been Cirta in Numidia, where an inscription mentions a certain “L. This edition was the first book printed in Italy to have a date of printing. (3) A celebrated incendiary treatise, De Mortibus Persecutorum, which describes God’s judgments on the persecutors of his church from Nero to Diocletian, and has served as a model for numberless writings. De Mort. Persecut. is not in the earlier editions of Lactantius; it was discovered and printed by Baluze in Many critics ascribe it.
recap and record of the U.S. Navy pre-flight class 13-47 graduates, NAS Pensacola, Florida
Meeting & fishing the hatches
Canadian writers companion
Sources of Federal support for higher education
Sharks and rays of Borneo
Systems analysis programs for hands-on integrated reliability evaluations (SAPHIRE), version 6.0
The teachings of Lorenzo Snow
Electronic publishing practice in the UK
Mine water pollution
Keep a City Moving
ophthalmic and cutaneous diagnosis of tuberculosis (The cutaneous and conjunctival tuberculin reactions according to V. Pirquet and Wolff-Eisner)
Introduction to Occam Two Programming
Seattle: unemployment, the new poor, and hunger, with supplement.
CHAP. THE Lord has heard those supplications which you, my best beloved Donatus, pour forth in His presence all the day long, and the supplications of the rest of our brethren, who by a glorious confession have obtained an everlasting crown, the reward of their faith.
LUCII CAECILII LIBER AD DONATUM CONFESSOREM DE MORTIBUS PERSECUTORUM  Audivit dominus orationes tuas, Donate carissime, quas in conspectu eius per omnes horas fratrum nostrorum, qui gloriosa confessione. De Mortibus Persecutorum book.
Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. But that which gave rise to public and universal calamity, /5.
LACTANTIUS (c. - c. ) DIVINARUM INSTITUTIONUM LIBRI VII Liber I: Liber II Liber III. Liber IV Liber V Liber VI. Liber VII DE MORTIBUS PERSECUTORUM. Christian Latin: The Latin Library.
De mortibus persecutorum. Oxford ; New York: Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Lactantius, approximately approximately De mortibus persecutorum. Oxford ; New York: Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius; Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius: Document Type: Book.
Zu der öffentlichen Prüfung des Kurfürstlichen Gymnasiums zu Marburg im Jahre Qua historia fide Lactantius usus sit in libro de mortibus persecutorum, disputatur by Friedrich Münscher / Rothfuchs and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at – Lactantius – De Mortibus Persecutorum the judgment of Le Clerc and Lardner Three arguments (from the title of the book and from the names of Donatus and Cæcilius) are produced by the advocates of Lactantius Each of these proofs is, singly, weak and defective; but their concurrence has great weight.
I have File Size: 1MB. De Mortibus Persecutorum (Oxford Early Christian Texts) [Lactantius, Creed, J. L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
De Mortibus Persecutorum (Oxford Early Christian Texts). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Text lat. und engl. Description: XLVII, Seiten. Series Title: Oxford early Christian texts. Information on Lactantius. Schwarte lists his works as De opificio Dei, which was "composed in / and emulating Cicero, this is a cryptochristian (because of the persecution) treatise on the human being as a successful work of God that is obliged to venerate its creator"; Divinae institutiones, which was "published in a first version between andexpanded beginning in by.
de Mortibus Persecutorum Paperback – by Lucius Caecilius Lactantius (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Cited by: De Mortibus Persecutorum Lucio Celio Firmiano Lactancio, Lactantius, Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius Clarendon Press, - Persecution - pages.
De Mortibus Persecutorum by Lactantius,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(31). Lactantius, approximately approximately Lucii Caecilii Firmiani Lactantii De mortibus persecutorum, cum notis Stephani Baluzii, Tutelensis, qui primus ex veteri codice ms.
Bibliothecae Colbertinae vulgavit, ed. P.A. Roots, "The De Orpificio Dei: The Workmanship of God in Lactantius," Classical Quarterly, Vol. 37 (): Arne Søby-Christiansen, Lactantius the. Caeli Firmiani Lactanti Opera omnia: accedunt carmina eius quae feruntur et L.
Caecilii qui inscriptus est De mortibus persecutorum liber / by: Lactantius, ca. Published: () De ira Dei by: Lactantius, ca. Published: ().
Opera Omnia ; Accedunt, Carmina Eius Quae Feruntur ; Et, L. Caecilii Qui Inscriptus Est De Mortibus Persecutorum Liber (German Edition): ISBN (. Author of De mortibus persecutorum, Minor works, The works of Lactantius, Divinae institutiones, Epitome Divinarum Institutionum (Bibliotheca scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana), L' ouvrage du Dieu créateur, L.
Caeli Firmiani Lactanti Opera omnia, Institutions divines. One of the most obvious places that we would expect to find mention of divine wrath is in Lactantius’ chronicle of the persecutions in his De Mortibus Persecutorum, a text which has parallels in Book 8 of Eusebius’ Historia it is here that the idea of God’s anger is surprisingly absent.
Ioannou, P. P., La législation impériale et la christianisation de l’ empire romain (), Orientalia Christiana AnalectaRoma Karagiannopoulos, J., Byzantine State, Thessaloniki: Vanias 4 Lactantius, De mortibus persecutorum, PL. ,English, Book edition: On the deaths of the persecutors = De mortibus persecutorum / Lactantius ; translated by William Fletcher.
Lactantius, ca. ca. Get this edition.Lucii Cecilii liber ad donatum confessorem de mortibus persecutorum, hactenus Lucio Caelio Firmiano Lactantio adscriptus. accessit dissertatio, in qua de hujus libri auctore disputatur. studio & opera D. Nicolai le Nourry. by Le Nourry, Denis-Nicolas (); Lactantius (ca.
a.D.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Abstract. Lactantius on the Death of Galerius. This paper argues that De mortibus reflects in a practical fashion two central themes in Lactantian thought: firstly, that the existence of divine anger is proof of the action of divine providence in the world, and secondly that the Roman Empire could be made Christian.
To illustrate these points, it looks closely at the death of the emperor Author: Patrick Cook.