By Cornelia B. Horn
Cornelia Horn examines and reconstructs the anti-Chalcedonian circulate in Palestine at the foundation of 1 of its most vital witnesses, the fifth-century lifetime of Peter the Iberian via John Rufus. She makes use of textual in addition to archaeological facts to reconstruct the historical past of Peter the Iberian and his major position within the early anti-Chalcedonian Church in addition to the improvement of theological principles and their reference to Palestinian asceticism.
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Witakowski, Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel Mahre: Chronicle III (Liverpool, 1996). 71 Michael the Syrian, Chronicle (ed. -B. Chabot, Chronique de Michel le Syrien, Patriarche Jacobite d’Antioche (1166–1199), 4 vols. (Paris, 1899–1910; repr. Brussels, 1963), here vol. iv, pp. 203–215 (text), vol. ii, pp. 69–88 (French translation)). See also above, ch. 1, pp. 21–22, n. 60. 72 See Honigmann, Pierre l’Ibe´rien, 55 n. 2 for bibliography. 65 66 24 Sources and Authors: Rufus and Zachariah W. E. 78 Crum quotes the context as ‘Those that would forsake the treachery of Chalcedon, let them take the Book of 73 W.
Isˇokh), Michael the Syrian, Chronicle, bk. 8, ch. 9 (Armenian text ed. in Tear´n Mixaye˙li Patriark‘i Asorwoc‘ Zˇamanakagrut‘iwn (Jerusalem, 1870), this text is very close to that of the manuscripts used as basis for the French translation produced by Victor Langlois (Venice, 1868); the more widely quoted edition of a separate Armenian translation appeared as Zˇamanakagrut‘iwn Tear´n Mixaye˙li Asorwoc‘ Patriark‘ i (Jerusalem, 1871), there pp. ;ox; Madynacrov;ivn naqnyax (Girk‘ T‘łt‘oc‘; Matenagrwt‘iwn naxneac‘ ), (Tbilisi, 1901), 510–525; see 22 Sources and Authors: Rufus and Zachariah language of the original composition.
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Asceticism and Christological Controversy in Fifth-Century Palestine: The Career of Peter the Iberian (Oxford Early Christian Studies) by Cornelia B. Horn