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Socrates of Constantinople

historian of church and state

by Theresa Urbainczyk

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Socrates, Scholasticus, ca. 379-ca. 440.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-197) and indexes.

    StatementTheresa Urbainczyk.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1720.S7 U73 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 215 p. ;
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL973258M
    ISBN 100472107372
    LC Control Number96010154

    Heil, Uta, “Socrates of Constantinople”, in: Brill’s New Pauly Supplements I - Volume 2: Dictionary of Greek and Latin Authors and Texts, English edition by Tine Jerke and Volker Dallman (). Original German-language edition: Geschichte der antiken Texte: Autoren- . by Socrates Scholasticus Table of Contents (4th Century A.D. - First half of the 5th Century A.D.) Book I. Chapter I. Introduction to the Work. Chapter II. By what Means the Emperor Constantine became a Christian. Chapter III. While Constantine favors the Christians, Licinius, his Colleague, persecutes them. Chapter IV.

      Chapter VIII.— A Synod consisting of One Hundred and Fifty Bishops meets at Constantinople. The Decrees passed. Ordination of Nectarius. The emperor making no delay summoned a Synod. of the prelates of his own faith, in order that he might establish the Nicene Creed, and appoint a bishop of Constantinople: and inasmuch as he was not without hope . Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State. By Theresa Urbainczyk. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, viii + pp. $ cloth. - Volume 67 Issue 3 - Richard Lim.

    Socrates of Constantinople - The Historia Ecclesiastica The Historia Ecclesiastica The history covers the years , and experts believe it was finished in or soon thereafter, and certainly during the lifetime of Emperor Theodosius II, i.e., before   The contemporary historian Socrates called Nestorius a proud and ignorant man whose innate and undisputed oratorical power masked a weakness of incisive thought. Nestorius argued that Theotokos did not do justice to the fact that, strictly speaking, Mary was not the mother of God but rather the mother of the man whom Christian faith recognizes Author: Dr. EIRINI ARTEMI.


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Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State is the first detailed study of Socrates' history--it describes the historical situation in which he wrote his work, and it pulls together all the personal information available about the author.

The volume then examines Socrates' own work: how it was composed, which sources were used and Cited by: 5. Born at Constantinople, Socrates (also known as (Socrates Scholasticus) was trained in pagan grammar and rhetoric; then he studied law and became an advocate (scholasticus) in the imperial city.

The work for which he is noted, however, lay in the field of historical writing. A legal consultant, Socrates was the first known layman to write church history. The Historia ecclesiastica, the second edition of which is still completely extant, encompasses religious and secular annals of the period in seven books.

Each book corresponds to the reign of an Eastern Roman emperor, from Constantine I (ad –) to Theodosius II (–), and continues. Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State is the first detailed study of Socrates' history—it describes the historical situation in which he wrote his work, and it pulls together all the personal information available about the author.

The volume then examines Socrates' own work: how it was composed, which sources were used. Socrates of Constantinople by Theresa Urbainczyk,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Chapter 1. Introduction to the Work. Eusebius, surnamed Pamphilus, writing the History of the Church in ten books, closed it with that period of the emperor Constantine, when the persecution which Diocletian Socrates of Constantinople book begun against the Christians came to an end.

Also in writing the life of Constantine, this same author has but slightly treated of matters regarding Arius, being more. History Beginnings. The early history of the controversy must be pieced together from about 35 documents found in various sources.

The Trinitarian historian Socrates of Constantinople reports that Arius first became controversial under the bishop Alexander of Alexandria, when Arius formulated the following syllogism: "If the Father begat the Son, he that was begotten had a. Chapter On the Emperor's Return from the West, the Acaciansassemble at Constantinople, and confirm the Creed of Ariminum, after making Some Additions to it.

And now the emperor returned from the West and appointed a prefect over Constantinople, Honoratus by name, having abolished the office of proconsul.

Socrates, "Ecclestical History," Book 5, chap. 22, p. Constantinople "The people of Constantinople, and almost everywhere, assemble together on the Sabbath, as well as on the first day of the week, which custom is never observed at Rome or at Alexandria." Sozomen, "Ecclesiastical History," Book 7, chap.

The World - Augustine, Bishop Of. Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State is the first detailed study of Socrates' history--it describes the historical situation in which he wrote his work, and it pulls together all the personal information available about the author.

The volume then examines Socrates' own work: how it was composed, which sources were used and. A History of the Church in Seven Books: From the Accession of Constantine, A.D.to the 38th Year of Theodosius II, Inluding a Period of Years Socrates (Scholasticus) S.

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By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History. You’ve chosen another book by Plato, the that represent the same Socrates that we saw in Plato’s Apology.

The Socrates of the Theaetetus looks more like the Socrates of the Apology than the Socrates of the Republic, which many think was written between the Apology and the Socrates of the Republic is in control, and takes the main.

The church history written by Socrates of Constantinople is one of the most important sources, Eastern or Western, pagan or Christian, for these complex centuries. Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State is the first detailed study of Socrates' history--it describes the historical situation in which he wrote his work, and it Price: $   The Ἐκκλησιαστικὴ ἱστορία of Socrates, still extant in seven books, embracing the period from towas written inor within a few years thereafter.

He was born and brought up at Constantinople. The date of his birth is. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Socrates probably spent most of his life in Constantinople working as a legal expert or advocate, which accounts for his being called “Scholasticus.” He belonged to a circle of scholars in Constantinople. Socrates was a lover of peace, speaking with abhorrence on the atrocities of war and the strife caused by theological differences.

Church History, or the Historia Ecclesiastica, is a continuation of the historical work of Eusebius of Caesarea by the layman Socrates Scholasticus (who is also known as Socrates of Constantinople.) Church Historycovers the years to.

Socrates of Constantinople (Greek: Σωκράτης ὁ Σχολαστικός, b. ; d. after ), also known as Socrates Scholasticus, was a 5th-century Christian church historian, a contemporary of Sozomen and Theodoret.

He is the author of a Historia Ecclesiastica ("Church History", Ἐκκλησιαστική Ἱστορία) which covers the history of late ancient Christianity.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Socrates of Constantinople: historian of church and state in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Socrates Scholasticus: The Murder of Hypatia (late 4th Cent.) This text is part of the Internet Medieval Source Book.

The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts related to medieval and Byzantine history. Unless otherwise indicated the specific electronic form of the document is copyright.A Classic Includes Active Table of Contents Includes Religious Illustrations Socrates, our historian, was a native of Constantinople; for he himself states that he was born and educated in that city, and that for this reason he has detailed principally events which occurred there/5(1).Fifth-century Greek historian Socrates Scholasticus (also known as Socrates of Constantinople) penned this work as a continuation of Eusebius of Caesarea’s history of the church from the time of Christ through AD Socrates begins with the rule of Constantine and over seven parts describes the reigns of Roman emporers, major historical events, and their .