Christ in Christian Tradition, Vol. 2: From the Council of by Aloys Grillmeier, Theresia Hainthaler, John Cawte, Pauline

By Aloys Grillmeier, Theresia Hainthaler, John Cawte, Pauline Allen

A enormous paintings in scope and content material, Aloys Grillmeier's Chirst within the Christian Tradition bargains scholars and students a accomplished exposition of Western writing at the historical past of doctrine. quantity covers the Council of Chalcedon (451) to Gregory the nice (590-604), with half 4 targeting the Church of Alexandria.

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G. Dagron, 'Les moines et la ville', TravMem 4 (1970), 276; cf. P. Charanis, 'The Monk as An Element of the Byzantine Society', DOP 25 (1971), 61-84; D. Savramis, Zur Soziologie des byzanttntschen Mdnchtums (Leiden, Cologne, 1962). THE PATRIARCHATE OF CONSTANTINOPLE (500-600) 1 3 the dioceses by Diocletian; because of this it limped behind the real development of the East. The consequence shows itself in two ways. Institutionally, it was not until fifty years after the first tentative appearance of the idea (at the Council of 381), viz.

This idea now foundered definitively. The separa36 See G Weiss, op at (n 9), no 11 28, 267-8, with a short history of research As the major works of opposing interpretation, the following are named J Jarry, Heresies et factions dans ('empire byzantm du IV* au Vlf siecle (Cairo, 1968) and Alan Carneron, 'Demes and Factions', ByzZ 67 (1974), 74-91, idem, Circus Factions Blues and Greens at Rome and Byzantium (Oxford, 1976) There is a brief overview by P Schreiner, art 'Dernen', in LexMA III, 686, who takes the side of Alan Carneron G Weiss occupies a middle position 37 SeeJdChr I3, 388-403, CCT I2, 250-64 (Emperor Constantrae), JdChr H/l, 231-8, CCT H/l, 204-10 (individual bishops in the CE) 38 This comes to expression in the 'mirror for princes' of Agapetus Diaconus, Capitula admomtona(CVG6900) PG 86,1164-85, especially chs 21, 37, 45-46, 51, 61-63 Cf R Frohne, op cit (n 19), 125, 133, 137, 139, 145 (German translation), with summary 151-8 THE PATRIARCHATE OF CONSTANTINOPLE (500-600) 15 tion could no longer be healed with previously applied methods and previously employed motives; the unity of the Imperial Church could no longer be saved.

88-9. According to Irmscher, the view of history of John Laurentius was determined solely by the developments of Roman history. In this pagan and Christian were combined 18. , 89-91. 19. On this see R. Frohne, Agapetus Diaconus. Untersuchungen zu den Quellen und zur Wirkungsgeschicnte des ersten byzantintschen FUrstenspiegeh (Diss. Tubingen, 1985). As sources, pagan and Christian works are named, particularly the speeches of Isocrates and the corpus of letters of Isidore of Pelusium. On the significance of this corpus and its compilers for ecclesiastical life in Byzantium at that time, see R.

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