2 edition of ACTA PASSIONIS & TRANSLATIONIS SANCTORUM MARTYRUM MERCURII found in the catalog.
ACTA PASSIONIS & TRANSLATIONIS SANCTORUM MARTYRUM MERCURII
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tiqua Passione controversise Acta passiONis SS. Crescu et sociobum juxta editio-quam adornavit Athanasius Ju-nes Laderchii, Moctii nior episcopus Neapolitanus et Lamii, necnon apographa Florentina. Caput primum. Com Arethas, monachus Cryptensis BuSSia. COMMENTABIUS R. P. JOANNIS MaB." TTNOV. Proxime sequilur ejusdem Disquisi-prehensioSS. ACTS OF THE MARTYRS. The official court records of the trials of early Christians for their faith. Taken in a broader sense, the Acts of the Martyrs, or Acta Martyrum, include all the varied accounts (acta, gesta, passiones, martyria, and legenda) of the arrest, interrogation, condemnation, execution, and burial of the martyrs of the first centuries.. These narratives make up an extensive and.
Acta Sanctorum Martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium (1 of 2 volumes) Assemani here presents a large number of Syriac texts of martyrdoms from within and outside the Roman empire. Each text has a brief introduction, parallel Latin translation, and historical and literary notes. The Acta Sanctorum or Acts of the Saints is a collection of documents examining the lives of saints, organised according to each saint's feast day. They were published by the Société des Bollandistes from till The Société is a group of Jesuit scholars, .
Acta Sanctorum, (Latin: “Acts of the Saints”) vast collection of biographies and legends of the Christian saints. The idea was conceived by Heribert Rosweyde, who intended to publish, from early manuscripts, 18 volumes of lives of the saints with notes attached. In , with the death of Rosweyde. The Acta Sanctorum Database is an electronic version of the complete printed text of Acta Sanctorum, from the edition published in sixty-eight volumes by the Societé des Bollandistes in Antwerp and is a collection of documents examining the lives of saints, organised according to each saint's feast day, and runs from the two January volumes published in to the Propylaeum to.
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Simeonis Stylitae. Book. Relationship. Has version. Name. Commentary on the Gospel according to Saint Luke. Volume 2. Identifier (type = isbn) TitleInfo. Title. Acta sanctorum martyrum orientalium et occidentalium. Volume 2. TitleInfo (type = translated) Title.
Eastern and western martyrdom texts in Syriac. Volume 2. Language. LanguageTerm. Acta Iberica sanctorum tergeminorum martyrum Speusippi, Eleusippi, Meleusippi explicuit.
Author Marr, Nikolaĭ I︠A︡kovlevich, Published Acta passionis & translations sanctorum martyrum Mercurii, ac 12 fratrum Published Acta martyrum. Author Pereira, F.
Esteves, Published Historia sanctorum martyrum. P. Bedjan, ed. Acta martyrum et sanctorum. Paris / Leipzig: Otto Harrassowitz, This is a scan which was taken from the Goussen Library Collection. Acta Martyrum et Sanctorum: Volume VI By Paul Bedjan.
Paperback, Pages This item has not been rated yet and her daughters, Polycarp, Julian Saba, Eusebius of Samosata, Abraham Qidunaya and many others.
The contents of this book are in Syriac with an introduction in French. Add to Cart. Embed. Ratings & Reviews. Fiey, entry contributor, “Acta Sanctorum Martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium” Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent, entry contributor, “Acta Sanctorum Martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium” Nathan P.
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Acta Sanctorum (Acts of the Saints) is an encyclopedic text in 68 folio volumes of documents examining the lives of Christian saints, in essence a critical hagiography, which is organised according to each saint's feast project was conceived and begun by Jesuit Heribert his death inthe Jesuit scholar Jean Bolland ('Bollandus', –) continued the work.
Acta sanctorum octobris: ex latinis et graecis, aliarumque gentium Costantino Suysken, Corneille de Bye, Jacques de Bue, Joseph de Ghesquiere de Raemsdonk. Acts of the Martyrs (Latin Acta Martyrum) are accounts of the suffering and death of a Christian martyr or group of martyrs.
These accounts were collected and used in church liturgies from early times, as attested by Saint Augustine. These accounts vary in authenticity.
The most reliable follow accounts from trials. Very few of these have survived. Acta martyrum opera ac studio / (Ratisbonae [Regensburg]: G. Josephi Manz, Acta passionis & translations sanctorum martyrum Mercurii, ac 12 fratrum.
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Acta sanctorum martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium in duas partes distributa. Adcedunt Acta S. Simeonis Stylitae. Omnia nunc primum. e Bibliotheca. Vaticana prodeunt. VOLUME II ONLY by Assemani, Maruta, Saint Bp. of Maipherkat and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at English Lives of Saints (§ 3).
By Acta Martyrum and Acta Sanctorum are meant collections of biographies of holy persons, especially of the older Church. The former title refers particularly to those who have suffered death for the faith; the latter is more general, including all “saints,” i.e., Christians canonized by the Church on account of their eminently pious and pure lives.
[Corpora horum Sanctorum seculo octavo] Antiqua Acta nostra post varias istorum Sanctorum translationes in fine narrant, corpora horum Martyrum tandem Veronam translata fuisse & honorifice sepulta ab Hannone episcopo, qui circa medium seculi octavi ecclesiam illam gubernabat.
Acta Martyrum In his work Pre-Decian Acts of Martyrs and Commentarii, Gary A. Bisbee, employing historical methods together with source- text- and form-criticism, has shown that several acta paganorum (acts of the pagan martyrs) and acta Christianorum (acts of the Christian martyrs) drew upon commentarii or were actually copies of commentarii.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bedjan, Paul, Acta martyrum et sanctorum Syriace. Hildesheim, G. Olms, (OCoLC) Acta sanctorum martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium in duas partes distributa. Adcedunt Acta S. Simeonis Stylitae. Omnia nunc primum e Bibliotheca Vaticana prodeunt (Latin Edition) [Maruta] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Acta sanctorum martyrum Orientalium et Occidentalium in duas partes distributa. Adcedunt Acta S. Simeonis : Maruta. Acta Sanctorum Martii a Ioanne Bollando S.I. colligi feliciter coepta. A Godefrido Henschenio et Daniele Papebrochio eiusdem Societatis Iesu aucta, digesta et illustrata.
Tomvs II. Cui præmittitur Martyrologiorum antiquorum ordo ac ratio, cum genuino Martyrologio Bedæ ex VIII MSS. accepto, et Flori Lugdun ad illud supplemento ex III. Vittorio Giovardi, Acta passionis et translationis sanctorum martyrum Mercurii ac XII fratrum (Rome: J.
a Caporabilus, ), 55– 15 the particulars of the translation are summarized in hippolyte Delehaye, ed., “La translatio S.
Mercurii Beneventum,” in Mélanges d’hagiographie grecque et latine, Subsidia ha. Acta sanctorum martyrum orientalium et occidentalium in duas partes distributa.
Adcedvnt Acta S. Simeonis Stylitae. Omnia nvnc primvm svb avspiciis Johannis V. Lusitanorum regis e Bibliotheca apostolica vaticana prodeunt. Acta Sanctorum. Volume - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
Acta Sanctorum Volume: 26 Subject: Christian saints. Language: Latin Digitizing sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation Book contributor: Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University Collection: villanova_university; americana.Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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Published by: Société des Bollandistes, Brepols.