10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SERDICA»
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Politische Geschichte: (Provinzen und Randvölker: ...
Unter Gallienus wurde auch die erste kaiserliche Münzstätte in Serdica
eröffnet142. Die bereits erwähnten Unterbrechungen in der Prägetätigkeit von
Serdica vor Gallienus (z. B. diejenige unter M. Aurel) sind offenbar mit der Krise
zu erklären, ...
Hildegard Temporini, Wolfgang Haas, 1979
Origins of Christendom in the West
be placed in the same period, if it is true that one of the signatories at the Council
of Serdica, Severus, was the twelfth bishop of that church.7 Equally, the Lucillus
who was a signatory to the same synod was sixth in the list of bishops of Verona,
Eastern Cults in Moesia Inferior and Thracia: (5th Century ...
From the cities along the littoral, we have evidence only about Perinthus, but the
cult obviously had penetrated into the interior — in Serdica and Philippopolis.
The popularity of the Anatolian cult in Serdica was again due to the presence of ...
The Early Development of Canon Law and the Council of Serdica
In this new edition Hamilton Hess has updated his account in the light of recent literature and translated all quotations into English to reach a wider audience.
The first recorded name Serdica came from the Thracian Serdoi tribe that settled
here in the 7th century BC. Around 500 BC another tribe settled in the region, the
Odrysians, who unified most of the Thracian tribes in their kingdom. For a short ...
Athanasius and Constantius: Theology and Politics in the ...
1 When the Council of Serdica met in the late summer of 343, virtually eighteen
months had passed — a period which corresponds closely to the one year and
six months which Socrates reports as intervening between the summoning and
Timothy David Barnes, 2001
Southern Europe: International Dictionary of Historic Places
Serdica became a Roman town as early as AD. 29, and with Roman domination
came paved streets, piped water, and major public buildings such as temples,
baths, a theatre, a city council building, and a mint. The Roman administration ...
Trudy Ring, Noelle Watson, Paul Schellinger, 2013
The History of Byzantine and Eastern Canon Law to 1500
Canons of the Council of Sardica: A Landmark in the Early Development of
Canon Law (Oxford Theological Monographs 1; Oxford 1958), revised edition
The Early Development of Canon Law and the Council of Serdica (Oxford Early
Wilfried Hartmann, Kenneth Pennington, 2012
Darkness Descends : A.D. 350 to 565, the Fall of the Western ...
Eerdman's Handbook to the History of Christianity describes the deadlock that
followed the Council of Serdica as "a virtual schism of east and west from which
they never fully recovered." ill-famed Arian heresy by these means against the ...
Ted Byfield, Christian History Project, 2003
Byzantium and Bulgaria, 775-831
The continuous repair and rebuilding work there strongly suggests that a sub-
Roman, Christian population had survived in Serdica and its environs in the
seventh, eighth and possibly early ninth centuries.102 It may only be assumed
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SERDICA»
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Archaeology: New excavations of Sofia's Sveta Nedelya Square to …
Archaeologists will be looking for the forum of ancient Serdica, from the time that what is now Bulgaria's capital city was a town in the Roman empire. They also ... «The Sofia Globe, Jun 15»
Layers of destruction: Archaeology, Serdica and Sofia's Largo
Sofia's Serdica Roman-era archaeological site in August 2014, complete with ... Serdica 1 came into operation at the end of October 2000 and Serdica 2 at the ... «The Sofia Globe, Aug 14»
A capital experience in Sofia, Bulgaria
Once an ancient Thracian settlement, remains of the 1,800-year-old Roman city Serdica lie beneath the paving stones of modern Sofia, with various sections of ... «The National, Jul 14»
Sofia Excavations to Look for Constantine the Great's Palace
The center of Sofia has seen a number of excavations, as metro construction workers often come across remains of the ancient city of Serdica. Photo by BGNES. «Novinite.com, May 14»
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We walk along the twice-baked clay cobblestones that give the streets their yellow hue and peer into unearthed remnants of the Roman city of Serdica, circa 300 ... «USA TODAY, Aug 13»
Virtual Museum of Sofia launched
A “Virtual Museum of Serdica – Sredets – Sofia” was launched on December 13 2012, its name referring to the Roman and medieval periods in the history of the ... «The Sofia Globe, Dec 12»
Archaeology: Basilica from the time of Constantine the Great found …
Serdica is said to have been described by Constantine as “my Rome”. Chobanov said that the discovery of the basilica suggested that this saying attributed to ... «The Sofia Globe, Dec 12»
Die bulgarische Hauptstadt entdeckt ihre Wurzeln
Bei ihrem Bau zutage getretene archäologische Fundstücke werden nun in zwölf Vitrinen auf dem Bahnsteig Serdica II präsentiert, die Grundmauern einer ... «NZZ Online, Oct 12»
Archaeologists Uncover Roman Mosaic in Downtown Sofia
Serdica's West Wall followed the current "Washington" and "Lavelle" streets to the Central Court building. Fragments of it can be seen in the yard of the largest ... «Novinite.com, Oct 12»
Worker at Sofia's Serdica archaeological site arrested for alleged …
A 46-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly stealing ancient coins from the Serdica archaeological excavations site in the centre of the capital city Sofia, ... «The Sofia Globe, Oct 12»