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by Stephan Borgehammar

  • Author: Stephan Borgehammar
  • ISBN: 9122014322
  • ISBN13: 978-9122014324
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  • Language: Greek English Latin
  • Category: Theology
  • Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell Internat. (May 1991)
  • Pages: 336
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How the Holy Cross Was Found: From Event to Mediaeval Legend (Bibliotheca Theologiae Practicae) (Greek, English and Latin Edition) ePub download

Borgehammar, "How the Cross was found, from event to medieval legend," Bibliotheca Theologiae Practicae 47 (Stockholm 1991) 54-5 and . Drijvers, Helen Augusta: the mother of Constantine the Great and the legend of her finding the True Cross (Leiden 1991)

Borgehammar, "How the Cross was found, from event to medieval legend," Bibliotheca Theologiae Practicae 47 (Stockholm 1991) 54-5 and . Drijvers, Helen Augusta: the mother of Constantine the Great and the legend of her finding the True Cross (Leiden 1991). Titles of the Great Christian Church. Preceded by Acacius of Caesarea. Bishop of Caesarea 367–373, 379–395. Succeeded by Euzoius.

From event to medieval legend. By Stephen Borgehammar. Bibliotheca Theologiae Practicae, 4. Pp. viii + 326. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1991. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page. Views captured on Cambridge Core between

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Stephan Borgehammar, How the Holy Cross was Found: From Event to Medieval Legend, Bibliotheca theologiae . Larkins concentration on the Anglo-Latin writers leads her to position the legend solely in the context of nationalism and romance.

Stephan Borgehammar, How the Holy Cross was Found: From Event to Medieval Legend, Bibliotheca theologiae practicae, Kyrkovetenskapliga studier 47 (Stockholm, 1991); Jan Willem Drijvers, Helena Augusta: The Mother of Constantine the Great and the Legend of her Finding of the True Cross (Leiden, 1992).

How the Holy Cross was found : from event to medieval legend with an appendix of texts /. Borgehammar. simultaneous publication of two major Galenic studies represents an important event in medical history

How the Holy Cross was found : from event to medieval legend with an appendix of texts /. simultaneous publication of two major Galenic studies represents an important event in medical history. Mrs. May translated into English one of Galen's most significant writings, the De Usu Partium?On the Usefulness of the Parts of the Body. The only other modern translation was into French, by Daremberg, published over a century ago and now relatively rare. The text is a combination of anatomy and physiology, describing the body parts and their function, with special reference to the purposes and goals for which these were.

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This volume is a strong companion to the Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy (CHLMP). Indeed, many histories of the medieval period are criticized for failing to cover the very periods included in this volume. CHLMP is a superior volume, but this still is quite good, and covers a great deal of material that is often neglected in standard treatments of medieval philosophy.

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An example of how this distorts the text is to be found in how the NIV .

An example of how this distorts the text is to be found in how the NIV translates 2 Thessalonians 2:15: So then, brothers, stand firm and hold to the teachings we passed on to you, whether by word of mouth or by letter. Another example is the way the NIV translates the Greek word sarx as sinful nature sometimes, and simply as body other times.

A list of ancient authors can be found here. Interestingly, this online library also contains a number of Mediaeval and Modern Greek texts. Browsing is entirely in Modern Greek, but very intuitive. All texts can be downloaded in PDF format.

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