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Richard Theodore Ely

Subject: Philosophy

(1854–1943)

Richard T. Ely was born on 13 April 1854 in Ripley, New York, and died on 4 October 1943 in Old Lyme, Connecticut. He grew up in Fredonia in ...

councils of the Church

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Richard Price, Jane E. Merdinger, Theo van Lint, Gregory Halfond, J. F. Coakley, and Rachel Stocking

The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity

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2018

...to discredit Theodore of Mopsuestia or to reject his writings. Some other canons show the involvement of the Church in legal matters such as a widow ’s right to keep her dowry (canon 23). 10. Sabrishoʿ (596). The bishops published a chiefly theological document again condemning anyone not accepting the authority of Theodore, in particular those who maintained that Adam was created immortal and became mortal when he sinned. 11. Gregory I (605). This reaffirmed a Christology of two Natures and one parsopa , and the defence of Theodore (appealing to...

Coptic Literature

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

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2005

...Meyer, Marvin , and Richard Smith . Ancient Christian Magic: Coptic Texts of Ritual Power . San Francisco, 1994. Corpus of Coptic magical texts, in translation, with commentary. Orlandi, Tito . Coptic Literature. In The Roots of Egyptian Christianity , edited by Birger A. Pearson and James E. Goehring , pp. 51–81. Studies in Antiquity and Christianity. Philadelphia, 1986. Important survey by one of the world's authorities on Coptic literature (see also his articles in The Coptic Encyclopedia , 1991, cited above). Reymond, E.A.E. , and J.W.B. Barns . ...

Egyptology

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

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2005

...initiated by the Napoleonic expedition. Some copyists ranged over Egypt and Nubia; others stayed in one inscription-rich area. The most celebrated were Champollion himself, Ippolito Rosellini , John Gardner Wilkinson , Robert Hay , Prisse d'Avennes , Charles E. Wilbour , and Karl Richard Lepsius . James Breasted's great work of collation and translation, Ancient Records of Egypt , while published after the turn of the twentieth century, is really the culmination of the nineteenth-century copying effort, and the Epigraphic Survey he initiated is one...

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