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Rufinus

King, William

Rufinus

or, An historical essay on the favourite-ministry under Theodosius the Great and his son Arcadius; to which is added, A version of part of Claudian"s Rufinus.

by King, William

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Published by Pr. and sold by John Morphew in London .
Written in English


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A political satire.

ContributionsClaudianus, Claudius.
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p.
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15379195M

In their article on “The Latin Translations of Josephus on Jesus, John the Baptist, and James” (Journal for the Study of Juda pp. ), Levenson and Martin discuss the fact that four passages quoted from Josephus by Eusebius in the Latin translation of Rufinus appear with very similar wording in the Latin translation of the Antiquities conducted later under Cassiodorus . A Commentary on the Apostles' Creed Issue 20 of Ancient Christian writers: the works of the Fathers in translation Issue 20 of Ancient Christian writers: Authors: Rufinus Tyrannius (Aquileiensis), Rufinus (of Aquileia) Translated by: John Norman Davidson Kelly: Contributor: John Norman Davidson Kelly: Edition: reprint: Publisher: The Newman.

Tyrannius Rufinus was a Roman priest, writer, theologian, and translator of Greek theological works into Latin at a time when knowledge of Greek was declining in the West. His most important work is titled De virtutibus herbarutn, which lists nearly a thousand medicinal materials, mostly vegetable simples, presenting for each a brief summary of its description. Rufinus | His most important work, aimed at persons under instruction for the sacraments, the Commentary offers a guide to elucidating and justifying the Creed. It offers a glimpse of popular Christian propaganda at the beginning of the fifth century.

Claudian. Liber I (III). Saepe mihi dubiam traxit sententia mentem, curarent superi terras an nullus inesset rector et incerto fluerent mortalia casu. nam cum dispositi quaesissem foedera mundi praescriptosque mari fines annisque meatus 5 et lucis noctisque vices: tunc omnia rebar consilio firmata dei, qui lege moveri sidera, qui fruges diverso tempore nasci, qui variam Phoeben . rufinus a commentary on the apostles creed Download rufinus a commentary on the apostles creed or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get rufinus a commentary on the apostles creed book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.


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Addressed to Pammachius and Marcella from Bethlehem, A.D. The documents which Jerome had before him when he wrote his Apology were (1) Rufinus' Translation of Pamphilus' Apology with the Preface prefixed to it and the book on the Falsification of the Books of Origen, (2) the Translation of the Περὶ ᾿Αρχῶν and Rufinus' Preface, (3) The Apology of Rufinus.

The book in its heretical shape was in his desk, though he did not know it; and when it was produced, the author of the book was condemned as a heretic and excommunicated, and left the council room. This is the story, a mere dream of his own, which he tells to his intimates; and he imagines his authority Rufinus book be so great that no one will dare to.

Rufinus intended this history to be a continuation of Eusebius' narrative, which covered the principle events of the Church from Christ's ascension to Constantine's victory over Maxentius in AD at Milvian Bridge.

Rufinus picks up his during the Council of Nicea in AD and carries it all the way to with the death of Theodosius the Great.3/5(1). Amidon offers the first English translation of Books 10 and 11 of Rufinus' Church History.

Books comprise a Latin translation of Eusebius' history. Books 10 and 11 are Rufinus' own continuation, covering the period As the first Rufinus book church history, this work exerted great Rufinus book over the subsequent scholarship of the Western Church.

Rufinus translated the book History of Eusebius into Latin, bundling the limited historical matter in the last book in with book 9 to make 9 books.

He then wrote a continuation as Books 10 taking the story down to the death of Theodosius. The volume was a. Rufinus book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

His most important work, aimed at persons under instruction for the sacramen 4/5. Rufinus of Aquileia. Rufinus (3), Tyrannius, of Aquileia, the translator of Origen and Eusebius, the friend of Jerome and afterwards his adversary; a Latin ecclesiastical writer of some merit, and highly esteemed in his own time; born c.

at Concordia in N. Italy; baptized at Aquileia c. ; lived in Egypt some 8 years and in Palestine about 18 (–); ordained at Jerusalem c. This is a wonderful book. At its most basic level it is a fine work of catechesis (teaching) - which Rufinus intended it to be. The major themes of the Trinity and supporting themes such as the Church, the forgiveness of sins and the resurrection of the dead are all touched upon in a clear and concise manner.5/5(2).

Tyrannius Rufinus, (born c. Concordia, near Aquileia, Italy—died /, Sicily, possibly at Messina), Roman priest, writer, theologian, and translator of Greek theological works into Latin at a time when knowledge of Greek was declining in the West.

After study at Rome, where he met Jerome (later a saint and one of the doctors of the Western Church), Rufinus entered a. Flavius Rufinus (c. – Novem ) was a 4th-century East Roman statesman of Gaulish extraction who served as Praetorian prefect of the East for the emperor Theodosius I, as well as for his son Arcadius, under whom Rufinus was the actual power behind the throne.

He was the subject of the verse invective In Rufinum by the western court poet Claudian. Rufinus of Aquileia's History of the Church, published in oris a translation and continuation of that of Eusebius of Caesarea. Eusebius's history tells the story of Christianity from its beginning down to the year ; Rufinus carries the story forward to, the year of the death of Theodosius I.

Rufinus demonstrates both a superb understanding of Eusebius's text and a. Get this from a library. The church history of Rufinus of Aquileia, books 10 and [Rufinus, of Aquileia; Philip R Amidon; Eusebius, of Caesarea Bishop of Caesarea] -- Books comprised a translation of Eusebius' history.

This volume contains books 10 Rufinus' own continuation which covers the period As the first Latin history, this work exerted.

Rufinus is the author of Rufinus ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), The Church History of Rufinus of Aquileia, Books 10 and 11 ( /5. From September to early Januaryseven monks from Rufinus of Aquileia's monastery on the Mount of Olives made a pilgrimage to Egypt to visit locally renowned monks and monastic communities.

Shortly after their return to Jerusalem, one of the party, whose identity remains a mystery, Brand: The Catholic University of America Press.

Amidon offers the first English translation of Books 10 and 11 of Rufinus' Church History. Books comprise a Latin translation of Eusebius' history.

Books 10 and 11 are Rufinus' own continuation, covering the period As Pages: RUFINUS (, second half of thirteenth century) botany, medicine. All that is known of Rufinus is what can be gleaned from his only known work, Liber de virtutibus was an Italian monk and priest of the second half of the thirteenth century who, having studied astronomy among the liberal arts at Naples and Bologna, turned to examine “the lower realm” of herbs:.

own time, Rufinus omitted what seemed to him to be superfluous in Book x, and included so much ' history ' as he found in it in his translation of Book ix (omissis quae videbantur superflua, historiae si quid habuit, nono coniunximus libro).

Later on, we suggest another reason why he may have found it undesirable to translate the Pane. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Rufinus books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Get this from a library. The Church History of Rufinus of Aquileia: Books 10 and [Rufinus, of Aquileia; Philip R Amidon] -- Amidon offers an English translation of Books ten and 11 of Rufinus' Church History; books one to nine comprise a Latin translation of Eusebius' history; books ten and 11 are Rufinus' own.

Rufinus of Aquileia on the Canon. Rufinus of Aquileia () was a friend of Jerome, and, like Jerome, he departed from Italy to live in the many years he lived in monasteries in Egypt and in Palestine, acquiring the learning of the Eastern churches.

Rufinus, in full Flavius Rufinus, (died Nov. 27,Constantinople), minister of the Eastern Roman emperor Arcadius (ruled –) and rival of Stilicho, the general who was the effective ruler of the Western conflict between Rufinus and Stilicho was one of the factors leading to the official partition of the empire into Eastern and Western halves.From September to early Januaryseven monks from Rufinus of Aquileia's monastery on the Mount of Olives made a pilgrimage to Egypt to visit locally renowned monks and monastic communities.

Shortly after their return to Jerusalem, one of the party, whose identity remains a mystery, wrote an engaging account of this trip. BOOK REVIEWS Rufinus of Aquileia (). His Life and Works. By Francis X. Murphy, R., Ph.D.

(Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, Pp. xviii-T) This doctoral dissertation represents Volume VI in the new series of Studies in Mediaeval History, under the able auspices of the Catholic University of.