Brooks, Select Letters of Severus, vol. 2.2

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E. W. Brooks, ed., Translation, The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of Antioch in the Syriac Version of Athanasius of Nisibis vol. 2.2 Oxford: Williams and Norgate, 1904.

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Title: Translation

Editor: E. W. Brooks

Publisher: Williams and Norgate

Place of Publication: Oxford

Date of Publication: 1904

Publication

Title: The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of Antiochin the Syriac Version of Athanasius of Nisibis

Editor: E. W. Brooks

URI: http://syriaca.org/bibl/675  Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record

Publisher: Williams and Norgate

Place of Publication: Oxford

Extent: 2 vols. in 4 parts

Volume: 2.2

URI: http://syriaca.org/bibl/669  Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record

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Subject Headings:

AbbaAchillasAegilasAelianAgapetusAlypiusAmbroseAmmianAnastasiaAnastasiusAnastasiusAnatoliusAndrewAnonymi 3034The readers of Tyre who recoiled from communion with their bishop EpiphaniusAnonymi 3035The sacred virgins under the authority of Valeriana sometime between A.D. 513-518Anonymi 3103The monks of the monastery of St. Simeon during the banishment of on non-Chalcedonians in the 520sAnonymi 3115People circulating forged letters of Severus in the years following his deposition, c. A.D. 519-521Anonymi 3116Some ascetics and solitaries in Oribane and Chalane who received a letter from Basil the GreatAnonymi 3117Those in Neocaesarea who received a letter from Basil the Great refuting accusations against himAnonymi 3126The holy virgins exiled from Antioch in September A.D. 537
Anonymi 3126The holy virgins exiled from Antioch in September A.D. 537Anonymi 3127Freewomen discussed by Andrew and Severus in September A.D. 537Anonymous 3033A nun under the authority of the archimandritess JanniaAnonymous 3057A monk and presbyter during the time of the Arians who left the desert to oppose the AriansAnonymous 3058A monk and presbyter during the time of the Arians who was attacked by demons because he remained in the desert instead of opposing the AriansAnonymous 3114A presbyter from the East who possessed forged letters of Severus in the years followong his deposition, c. A.D. 519-521Anonymous 3119The father of Georgia and husband of AnastasiaAnonymous 3128The cousin of certain freewomen who was buried in the martyr's chapel of the holy PeterArchelausAscalonAsclepiusAsteriusAsteriusAthanasius IIAtticusAureliusAuxentiusBasilBereniceCaesariaCalliopiusCassianChaeremonCharisiusClementCosmasCyriacCyrusCyrus the simpleDanielDionysiusDionysiusDioscorusDioscorus IDomninaDorotheusEleusiniusElijah of JerusalemElishaEpagathusEpimachusEubulusEupraxiusEusebiusEusebiusEusebunaEustaceEustaceEvagriusFlavian I of AntiochFlavian of ConstantinopleGaianGennadiusHosiusIndacusIrenaeusIsidoraIsidoreIsidoreIsidoreJamesJanniaJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohnJohn II (Hemula)John of CappadociaJohn the RhetorJohn the ScribeJudasJulianJulianJulianJuvianMacedonius IMagnusMarinusMarinusMarkMaximusMaximusMenas of TyreMisaelMitrasNonnus/NaunusNovatusOrigenPatrophilusPaulinusPelagiusPeter I of AlexandriaPeter MongusPhilipPhotinus of SirmiumPoemenProclusPromotusProsdociaQuintusRomanusRomanusSamuelSergiusSergiusSergiusSeverusSilvanusSimeonSimeonSixtus IIStephenStephenStephenStephenStephenStephenTerenceTheclaTheodoreTheodoreTheodoreTheodosiusTheodosiusTheotecnusThomasThomasTimothyUrbiciusValerianaVictorVictorZachariasZacharias of PelusiumZenobiusZosimusZʿura
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