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The Panarion of St. Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis : selected passages

Author: Epiphanius, Saint Bishop of Constantia in Cyprus; Philip R Amidon
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1990.
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Written in the fourth century A.D., the Panarion of St. Epiphanius is by far the most extensive ancient account of heresies in the early church and the major source for a considerable number of heterodox documents and traditions. Amidon here makes this important patristic document readily accessible to students and scholars, providing translations of selected passages, including precious documents of Gnosticism and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Ouvrages avant 1800
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Epiphanius, Saint, Bishop of Constantia in Cyprus, approximately 310-403.
Panarion of St. Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1990
(OCoLC)551360928
Online version:
Epiphanius, Saint, Bishop of Constantia in Cyprus, approximately 310-403.
Panarion of St. Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1990
(OCoLC)607644265
Named Person: Epiphanius (Constantiensis).
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Epiphanius, Saint Bishop of Constantia in Cyprus; Philip R Amidon
ISBN: 0195062914 9780195062915
OCLC Number: 20170523
Language Note: Translation of: Panarion.
Notes: Translation of: Panarion.
Description: 378 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: (Barbarism) --
(Scythism) --
(Hellenism) --
(Judaism) --
Stoics --
Platonists --
Pythagoreans --
Epicureans --
Samaritans --
Essenes --
Sebuaeans --
Gorothenes --
Dositheans --
Sadducees --
Scribes --
Pharisees --
Hemerobaptists --
Nasaraeans --
Ossaeans --
Herodians --
Simonians --
Menander --
Saturnilus --
Basilides --
Nicolaitans --
Gnostics --
Carpocratians --
Cerinthians --
Nazoraeans --
Ebionites --
Valentinians --
Secundians --
Ptolemaeans --
Marcosians --
Colorbasians --
Heracleonites --
Ophites --
Cainites --
Sethians --
Archontics --
Cerdonians --
Marcionists --
Lucianists --
Apelleians --
Severians --
Tatianites --
Encratites --
Cataphrygians --
Quintillians/Pepuzians/Priscillians --
Quartodecimans --
Alogoi --
Adamians --
Sampsaeans --
Theodotians --
Melchizedekians --
Bardesanites --
Noetians --
Valesians --
Cathari --
Angelics --
Apostolics --
Sabellians --
Origenists I --
Origen --
Paul of Samosata --
Manichaeans --
Hieracites --
Melitians --
Ariomaniacs --
Audian schism --
Photinians --
Marcellians --
Semi-Arians --
Pneumatomachi --
Aerius --
Anomoeans --
Dimoerites --
Antidicomarianites --
Collyridians --
Messalians.
Other Titles: Panarion.
Responsibility: translated [and edited] by Philip R. Amidon.
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Written in the fourth century A.D., the Panarion of St. Epiphanius is by far the most extensive ancient account of heresies in the early church and the major source for a considerable number of heterodox documents and traditions. Amidon here makes this important patristic document readily accessible to students and scholars, providing translations of selected passages, including precious documents of Gnosticism and Semi-Arianism excerpted and preserved by Epiphanius and first-hand accounts of his encounters with sects and notable figures of his time.

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