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The Lausiac History of Palladius, a Critical Edition

Desert Fathers Series, Vol. 8

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This critical discussion focuses on the work of Palladius of Galatia, a bishop of Helenopolis in Bithynia. A devoted disciple of St. John Chrysostom, Palladius’ seminal work, The Lausiac History, is a fifth-century archive of the Desert Fathers. Volume one provides textual criticism of The Lausiac History; an examination of the relationships between the texts; Syriac, Armenian, Coptic. The church historian and Benedictine monk Cuthbert Butler () was known for his expertise on the monastic life and wrote several books on the subject, including Benedictine Monachism () and Western Mysticism (). Previously he had produced this two-volume edition of Palladius of Galatia's Lausiac History.

Edition/Format: Print book: GermanView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Palladius, -- Bishop of Aspuna, -- -approximately -- Lausiac history. Lausiac history (Palladius, Bishop of Aspuna) More like this: Similar Items. Palladius’s object is not so much to save material for history as to provide spiritual reading; at the same time the author has a controversial purpose as an Origenist. Rosweyde in his edition adds to the “Lausiac History” an alphabetic list of “Sayings of the Fathers” (Greek: `Apophthegmata ton pateron, in the “Vitae Patrum”, V.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Lausiac History of Palladius by W. Lauther-Clarke (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at . Buy The Lausiac History of Palladius 2 Volume Set (Cambridge Library Collection - Religion) from The church historian and Benedictine monk Cuthbert Butler () was known for his expertise on the monastic life and wrote several books on the subject, including Benedictine Monachism () and Western Mysticism (). Previously he had produced this two-volume edition of Price: $


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Palladius: The Lausiac History. Contents. This book is a record of the virtuous asceticism and marvelous manner of life of those blessed and holy fathers, the monks and anchorites which inhabit the desert, (written) with a view of stirring to rivalry and imitation those who wish to realize the heavenly mode of life and desire to tread the.

Palladius: The Lausiac History (Ancient Christian Writers) Hardcover – January 1, by Robert T Meyer (Translator) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Previously he had produced this two-volume edition of Palladius of Galatia's Lausiac History. Written in the early fifth century, it records the lives of the Egyptian 'Desert Fathers' and is an important source for early monasticism.

Volume 2 () contains Butler's edition of the Greek text, supported by an extensive critical apparatus/5(29). THE LAUSIAC HISTORY INTRODUCTORY PIECES. PREFACE TO THE LIFE OF THE HOLY FATHERS 1 [1] THIS book is a record of the virtuous asceticism and marvellous manner of life of those blessed and holy fathers, the monks and anchorites which inhabit the desert, (written) with a view of stirring to rivalry and imitation those who wish to realize the heavenly mode of life and desire to tread.

The church historian and Benedictine monk Cuthbert Butler (–) was known for his The Lausiac History of Palladius on the monastic life and wrote several books on the subject, including Benedictine Monachism () and Western Mysticism ().

Previously he had produced this two-volume edition of Palladius of Galatia's Lausiac History. Palladius, The Lausiac History pp. English Translation. I am being driven away.

When a later tradition affirms that certain of these remained in the desert permanently and became the first Christian hermits, it is intrinsically so probable that one is justified in concluding that the Decian persecution was the historic occasion which led to the.

Palladius, (born c. Galatia, Anatolia—died beforeAspuna), Galatian monk, bishop, and chronicler whose Lausiac History, an account of early Egyptian and Middle Eastern Christian monasticism, provides the most valuable single source for the origins of Christian asceticism.

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Meyer: Translated by: Robert T. Meyer: Contributors: Johannes Quasten 4/5(1). LAUSIAC HISTORY OF PALLADIUS Download Lausiac History Of Palladius ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. The Lausiac History Of Palladius A Critical Edition. Author: W. Lowther Clarke ISBN: Genre: Religion File Size: MB.

Palladius was born in Galatia in orHe is best remembered for his work, the Lausiac History; he was also, in all probability, the author of the Dialogue on the Life of Chrysostom. Palladius was born in Galatia in orand dedicated himself to the monastic life in or a little later/5(5). The church historian and Benedictine monk Cuthbert Butler (–) was known for his expertise on the monastic life and wrote several books on the subject, including Benedictine Monachism () and Western Mysticism ().

Previously he had produced this two-volume edition of Palladius of Galatia's Lausiac History. Written in the early fifth century, it records the lives of the Egyptian. Lowther Clarke. This is the page of W. Lowther Clarke on 24symbols.

Here you can see and read his/her books. Lausiac History By: Palladius (- c) The Lausiac History (Historia Lausiaca) is a seminal work archiving the Desert Fathers (early Christian monks who lived in the Egyptian desert) written in by Palladius of Galatia, at the request of Lausus, chamberlain at the court of.

William Kemp Lowther Clarke is the author of The Lausiac History of Palladius, a Critical Edition ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews), Liturgy and Wo /5(1). Palladius of Aspuna: The Lausiac History (Cistercian Studies) Aelred of Rievaulx: Spiritual Currency Crisis Book 1) The Aesthetics of Power: Essays in the Critical History of Art (Cambridge Studies in New Art History and Criticism) A History of the Mothers' Union: Women, - Book 1: 60 First Position Studies (from Op.

45, 54, 74) - Book.PALLADIUS (- c), translated by W. K. Lowther CLARKE ( - ) The Lausiac History (Historia Lausiaca) is a seminal work archiving the Desert Fathers (early Christian monks who lived in the Egyptian desert) written in by Palladius of Galatia, at the request of Lausus, chamberlain at the court of the Byzantine Emperor Theodosius II.For a comprehensive listing of the lives of the Saints, you may consult the Alphabetical Index of Saints at the top of any web page (which is the most comprehensive and best option), also the books in this category as well as articles found in the Catholic Encyclopedia and also the Catholic Collection.