The Second Synod of Ephesus; Together with Certain Extracts Relating to It, from Syriac Mss. Preserved in the British Museum

The Second Synod of Ephesus; Together with Certain Extracts Relating to It, from Syriac Mss. Preserved in the British Museum

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...Gen. xxvii, 4." (Vol. II, p. 569.) Again, at p. 570, he d.'fines Puis thus: --" Cibus ex farina vel "l; cte in olla coctus, liquidus; elsi alius crassior, quam alius: non tam.-n "dur; t: s in: turn, et hiec quidem simplex puis: cui interdum et alia "jununtur, ut caseus, ova, &c." conduct, chased both the Jew and Habib, who sought refuge in the Prsetorium of the Commandant (Duke) Florus. The impious and pagan Floras rushed upon the City, where (his people) laid violent hands on a great number of men and children--certainly more than a hundred. In despair, these took refuge near the Tabernacle; but, then, the arrows reached their bodies, their blood was shed before the Altar, and many died in the act of embracing It. We have, then, prayed this of your Holy Synod--to avenge us of this pestilent and murderous man, since all the Lay-people, and the company of the Monks have taken oath, declaring, "We will not for "the future receive this man any more, or hold com"munication with him, or have any intercourse with "him at all;" because they have seen that any connection (relation) with him is dangerous. Already the Masters of the world have taken cognizance (of our complaints), and have ordered that they be reserved, until your Holy Synod has effected the Deposition of Ibas and Sophronius. This is what we learnt when the City, the Clerks and Monks included, was assembled to commence proceedings (to draw up Documentary Acts) in the presence of the Defender (Procurator) of the City. From the persons belonging to the household (of Sophronius) we have our information. Others have heard it besides us. Those Documentary Acts are in the custody of the Procurator of the same City. AA. We, therefore, fall...show more

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  • English
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  • 123654854X
  • 9781236548542