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by Anastasius,H Kyoung Song

Free eBook Anastasio Il Sinaita, Omelia Sul Salmo 6 (Patrologia Orientalis) (Coptic and Italian Edition) download ISBN: 2503545742
Author: Anastasius,H Kyoung Song
Publisher: Brepols Publishers (December 31, 2012)
Language: Coptic Italian
Pages: 96
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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Anastasius, Sinaita, Saint, f. Patrologia orientalis 52:3.

Anastasius, Sinaita, Saint, fl. 640-700. Translator: Song, Hye Kyoung. Series/Journal: Patrologia orientalis 52:3. Place of Publication: Turnhout. Publication Year: 2012.

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The Patrologia Orientalis (PO) is published by Brepols, a Belgian-based publishing and printing house, one of the largest in the world that has been in the business since 1795. It contains texts in Coptic, Syriac, Arabic, Ethiopian (Ge’ez), Greek, Georgian and Slavonic with translations mostly into French but also English, Latin and Italian.

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Anastasius of Sinai was an eloquent polemicist against Monothelitism and Monenergism. His contribution to the anti-Monothelite polemics represented its later stage and not always reflected the Byzantine theological mainstream more. Anastasius of Sinai was an eloquent polemicist against Monothelitism and Monenergism. His contribution to the anti-Monothelite polemics represented its later stage and not always reflected the Byzantine theological mainstream

Anastasius Sinaïta (Anastasius of Sinai, died after 700), also called Anastasios of Sinai, was a seventh-century Greek ecclesiastical writer, priest, monk, and abbot of Saint Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai.

Anastasius Sinaïta (Anastasius of Sinai, died after 700), also called Anastasios of Sinai, was a seventh-century Greek ecclesiastical writer, priest, monk, and abbot of Saint Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai. What little is known about his life is gathered from his own works. In Antiquity, he was often confused with the bishop and writer Anastasius I of Antioch (559 – 598), and the authorship of various works attributed to Anastasius of Sinai is still vigorously disputed.

Anastasius (Latinized) or Anastasios (Greek: Αναστάσιος, romanized: Anastasios) is derived from the Greek ἀνάστασις (anastasis) meaning "resurrection". Its female form is Anastasia (Greek: Αναστασία). A diminutive form of Anastasios is Tasos (Greek: Τάσος). Anastasius I Dicorus, reign 491–518. Anastasios II (died 719), reign 713–715. Pope Anastasius I, papacy 399–401. Pope Anastasius II, papacy 496–498. Pope Anastasius III, papacy 911–913. Pope Anastasius IV, papacy 1153–1154.