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Basil, the bishop of Ancyra (modern Ankara) was writing to advise virgins what they had to do to conserve their virginity.
The Augustus Temple was built after Roman Emperor Augustus annexed the lands of the Galatians and Ancyra (Ankara) to the Roman Empire in the year 25 B.C.
(21) Marcellus of Ancyra seems to have held to a non-Origenist version of universalism.
Their Ancyra Merlot 2011 is concentrated and quality with jammy flavours of plum, herbs and spice such as cloves and cinnamon.
For example, Ancient Epitome of Canon XCI declares: "Whoever gives or receives medicine to produce abortion is a homicide." Likewise, Canon XXI of Ancyra, and Canon II of St.
27-29; Sarah PARVIS, Marcellus of Ancyra and the Lost Years of the Arian Controversy, 325-345, Oxford, 2006, pp.
Peter Constable, chief executive officer of Ancyra Health Limited, who run the Longwood home, said that nursing services were proving too expensive and the decision to end the nurse-based care was not taken lightly.
One possible town is Momoasson or Momasson in Cappadocia on the road between Ancyra and Tarsos.
He did not make his march to Ancyra until well into summer.
Patrick's College, Maynooth, Ireland) provides an overview to the conference topic in the first essay, with subsequent topics including changes in the concept of pedagogical soteriology in early Byzantium to reflect the philosophy of Athanasius, the writings of Marcellus of Ancyra, St.
The Canon Episcopi was supposedly promulgated at the fourth-century Council of Ancyra. (44) First found in Regino of Prum's tenth-century collation De synodalibus causis et disciplinis ecclesiasticis, in the twelfth century the Canon found its way into Gratian's encyclopaedic compendium of medieval canon law, the Decretum.