Anastasius

(from the article `Nestorius`) A crisis developed when Nestorius` domestic chaplain, Anastasius, on Nov. 22, 428, preached a sermon in which he objected to the title Theotokos ...
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Anastasius

[abbot of Euthymius] Anastasius was abbot of Euthymius in Palestine, around 741 CE. He wrote in Greek a work against the Jews, a Latin version of which by Turrianus is printed in the Antiquae Lectiones of Henricus Canisius. The translation is very imperfect. A manuscript of the original work is still extant. ...
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Anastasius

[jurist] Anastasius was a Graeco-Roman jurist, ostensibly from the city of Dara, living in the 5th or 6th century CE. He was written of as an interpreter of the Roman compendium of laws known as the Digest. He is cited in the later Basilika, in which, on one occasion, his opinion is placed in opposition to that of Stephanus of Byzantium. As...
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