Accepting the dates in the short version of Eusebius of Caesarea's De martyribus Palestinae as correct and assuming that in defining the holidays and the days of the week the author followed the Christian calendar of Caesarea - which was not identical with the Roman one - it seems likely that the martyr Apphianus was executed not on a simple Friday (MP rec. brev. 4, 15: ἡμέρᾳ παρασκευῆς), but on Good Friday (ἡμέρᾳ Παρασκευῆς).
ENOYEYCEBIOY … NEωΘHONA . . † Eπὶ του ~ θεο- φιλεστάτου πρεσβ(υτέρου) κὲ ἡγο(υ)μ- ένου Eὐσεβίου [ἀνε-] νεώθη ὁ να[ός] “† In the time of the most god-loving priest and the abbot Eusebius the nave was renewed.” Based on palaeographic considerations, Leah di
animae utilis de Barlaam et Ioasaph. Die Schriften des Johannes von Damaskos . VI/1. Berlin - New York (2006) passim . 2 Eusebius Werke: II. Die Kirchengeschichte (GCS 9,1). Ed. E. Schwartz. Leipzig (1903) 304, 3-6 (IV 3, 3); Aristide: Apologie
Based on the evidence of the pagan philosophical and rhetorical tradition, this study investigates the changes of the spiritual background of the Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages. The central concern of the present paper is to examine how Neoplatonic religious thoughts are formulated in the mirrors for princes as a principal idea to the image of a Christian ruler, and which elements of the ruler’s canon are emphasized in some sources of Antiquity.
was found. The first known source about that is the Chronica of Eusebius from the 4 th century, in which he recorded it in the year of 17 AD. Ovid the poet died and was buried outside the town of Tomis.
The location of
back to the 4th century and, more precisely, to some writings of Eusebius of Caesarea, particularly to his De laudibus Constantini , his praise of Constantine the Great for his thirty years of rulership. In this work, he assessed the duties and
. Conybeare , Frederick Cornwallis (ed. and transl.) 1921 Philostratus, The Life of Apollonius of Tyana. The Epistles of Apollonius and the Treatise of Eusebius in Two Volumes, Vol. II . The Loeb Classical Library 17 . London–New York. Crawford
eremitae by St. Jerome (PL XXIII 18–28). I was using Šubrt, Jiří (ed.): Jeroným (Hieronymus, Eusebius Sofronius). Legendy o poustevnících (Vitae eremitarum) , Praha 2002. In the fifteenth century, the text was transtated in German – see Sorg, Anton (ed
Eusebius in Cibalae and Victorinus in Poetovio, in the late 3rd century. However, in the southern towns of the province, above all in Sirmium, Bassiana, Mursa and Siscia, there could have been more Christian communities, which is indicated by the many