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The classic collection of the evidence on Hippolytus of Rome, his works, his actions as a leader of the church, his martyrdom, and his surviving fragments
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-276-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jun 17,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 241
Languages: German, Greek, Latin
ISBN: 978-1-61719-276-0
$143.00

The classic collection of the evidence on the early church figure Hippolytus of Rome, collecting the evidence on his writings, his actions as a leader of the Church of Rome, his quarrel with Callixtus (which led to his being portrayed as an Antipope), his martyrdom (and the growth of the legend that he was dragged to death by horses), and the surviving fragments of his writings.

The classic collection of the evidence on the early church figure Hippolytus of Rome, collecting the evidence on his writings, his actions as a leader of the Church of Rome, his quarrel with Callixtus (which led to his being portrayed as an Antipope), his martyrdom (and the growth of the legend that he was dragged to death by horses), and the surviving fragments of his writings.

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Hans Achelis

  • Inhalt (page 5)
  • ERSTER TEIL ALLGEMEINES (page 9)
  • Erstes Kapitel: Der Schrifisteller Hippolytus (page 11)
  • Zweites Kapitel: Leben und Tod des Hippolytus (page 36)
  • Drittes Kapitel: Der Hellige Hippolytus (page 45)
  • ZWEITER THEIL SPEZIELLES (page 73)
  • I. De antichristo: 1. Die direkte Uberlieferung (page 75)
  • Die Katene zu den Proverbien (page 147)
  • Erganzungen und Berichtigungen (page 224)
  • I. Verzeichnis der besprochenen Werke, Titel und Fragmente Hippolyts (page 225)
  • II. Verzeichnis der benutzten oder angefuhrten Handschriften (page 229)
  • III. Verzeichnis der citierten alten Schriftsteller und Schriften (page 233)
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