TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HADRUMETUM»
The term «Hadrumetum» is used very little and occupies the 156.774
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HADRUMETUM»
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Answer to the Pelagians: To the monks of Hadrumetum
In this series New City Press, in conjuction with the Augustinian Heritage Institute, will provide the complete works of Saint Augustine for the first time in the English language.
Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.), Edmund Hill, John E. Rotelle, 2000
Changing Townscapes in North Africa from Late Antiquity to ...
258 table 14 Capsa = Gafsa (Barrington Atlas, map 33 THEVESTE-
HADRUMETUM C4) - Fort: p. 258 table 14 - City wall: p. 258 table 14 - Mosaic
representing circus racing: p. 258 table 14 Caput Vada = Ras Kaboudia (
Barrington Atlas, map ...
Susa / Hadrumetum After Thapsus, Pseudo-Scylax mentions Dronitis, that cannot
be anything but Hadrumetum. the present-day Susa, the more so because the
sailors enter then in a large gulf that is obviously the Gulf of Ham- mamet.
Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia
In 427 Florus, a monk from Hadrumetum, discovered in the library of Evodius, the
bishop of Uzalis, a copy of a letter written by Augustine in 418. The letter to the
priest Sixtus (ep. 194) was an explanation of his views on grace. Florus sent a ...
Allan Fitzgerald, John C. Cavadini, 1999
Intrepid Lover of Perfect Grace: The Life and Thought of ...
There was good reason for this concern. The situation with the monks of
Hadrumetum came at a time when Augustine was still engaged in his struggle
against Julian of Eclanum, and had re- cently been made aware of Vitalis's
Roman Circuses: Arenas for Chariot Racing
Other clues exist to reinforce the impression that chariot racing at Hadrumetum
was an extremely important and popular sport held in a suitable, imposing setting
. Thirty or so curse tablets have been found, many of them referring to the circus,
Gratia Et Certamen: The Relationship Between Grace and Free ...
At least, there were no further adverse reactions to the delicate subject of grace
and free will from the monastery of Hadrumetum. Augustine's second treatise
must indeed have been on target and helped solve the problems which were at
On the Doctrine of Election, with Special Reference to the ...
A monk from Hadrumetum who was in Uzalis happened upon this letter and, in
his enthusiasm over its contents, brought a copy of it to Hadrumetum. Some of the
monks at Hadrumetum were not enthralled by the doctrine of grace expounded ...
Friedrich Schleiermacher, 2012
Kenchreai, Eastern Port of Corinth: Results of ...
A mosaic which throws light on the importance that the spectator's point of view
held for the ancient mosaicists, can be seen in a third century mosaic
representing a Nilotic scene from Hadrumetum (Sousse) in Tunisia.372 It
resembles the ...
Simply Latin - Libri Incertorum Auctorum
Interim Varus classem quam antea Uticae hiemis gratia subduxerat, cognito
legionis ( VII et VIIII ) ex Sicilia adventu celeriter deducit ibique Gaetulis
remigibus epibatisque complet insidiandique gratia ab Utica progressus
Hadrumetum cum lv ...
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193: The Year of Five Emperors
Decimus Clodius Septimius Albinus, whose cognomen refers to his extremely light complexion, was born about 140 CE at Hadrumetum, ... «CoinWeek, Oct 14»