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Basil, St, ‘the Great’

(c. 330—379)

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Basilie

Basilie (c.330–379)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Chaucer

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St Basil the Great (c.330–379),

monk, hermit, and bishop of Caesarea, is quoted once by the Parson

Basil the Great, Saint

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World Encyclopedia

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Doctor of the Church and one of the four Fathers of the Greek Church. He founded a monastic community, and

Basil, St, ‘the Great’

Basil, St, ‘the Great’ (c.330–79)   Reference library

The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions

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(c.330–79).

One of the three Cappadocian fathers, and the first of the three Holy Hierarchs of

Basil the Great

Basil the Great   Reference library

Barry Baldwin, Alexander Kazhdan, and Nancy Patterson Ševčenko

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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bishop of Caesarea (from 370/1), writer and saint; born Caesarea in Cappadocia ca.329, died probably in Caesarea 1 Jan. 379...

Basil, St

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The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2 ed.)

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(c. 330–79),

Doctor of the Church, bishop of Caesarea; known as St Basil the Great. Brother of St Gregory...

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