Isauria


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Isauria

(aɪˈsɔːrɪə)
n
(Placename) an ancient district of S central Asia Minor, chiefly on the N slopes of the W Taurus Mountains
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Atanasio de Alejandria enfrento esta tarea en su obra De synodis Arimini in Italia et Selenciae in Isauria, escrita el ano 359 (De synodis) (5), justo despues de la realizacion de estos sinodos paralelos en Seleucia para el Oriente y en Rimini para el Occidente (6).
(24) Durante este periodo (del 56 al 50 a.C.), la prouincia incluia, ademas de Cilicia propiamente dicha, Licia, Panfilia, Pisidia, Isauria, Licaonia y Chipre, junto a las tres diocesis (conuentus) frigias de Laodicea, Apamea y Synnada, que eran normalmente parte de Asia.
Troy, Miletus, Ephesus, Constantinople, Sardis, southeastern Isauria, and Cilicia are some of the locations of towns, monuments, baths, and other archaeological sites described.
Egeria, in her account of her pilgrimage through the holy places of Palestine, recounts her visit to the shrine of St Thecla in Seleucia of Isauria where the deaconess Marthana ruled over a community of female and male monastics.
After his formal academic studies, and again after his parents' deaths, he choose a life of contemplative seclusion in Pontus and Isauria. But for a few years later in his life the contrasting option to Nazianzus was Constantinople.
Previamente, se ha abordado la cuestion de la autoria y la epoca de composicion del Comentario que se va a analizar, tema espinoso pero que el autor afronta hasta llegar a aportar su opinion: el autor de este Comentario no seria Ecumenio de Tricca (siglos IX-X), sino un alto funcionario del Imperio Bizantino de la region de Isauria, en Asia Menor, preocupado por la paz del Imperio, amenazada por la cuestion de la recepcion del Concilio de Calcedonia entre los seguidores de Cirilo.
In 596, for instance, he accepted Athanasius of Isauria's assurance that he accepted and defended the Fifth Council and its condemnation of the Three Chapters as part of proving his orthodoxy, Ep.