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Correspondence of Julius I
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It includes a long letter in which Julius accounts for his decision to put aside the decisions of eastern councils condemning and deposing Athanasius of Alexandria and Marcellus of Ancyra, two staunch supporters of the Nicene Creed, then under attack by a wide coalition of eastern bishops acting in alliance with the emperor Constantius II (337-61). This letter represents a notable milestone in the process that would culminate in the constitution of the medieval papacy. Dr. Glen L. Thompson draws the letters together in the first comprehensive critical edition of the letters of Julius since that produced by the Maurist scholar Pierre Coustant in the early eighteenth century. For most letters, Prof. Thompson has collated all extant manuscript sources; the current edition, presenting both the original Greek and Latin texts and a fresh translation, is based on his study of sixty manuscripts. The ancient text is equipped with critical notes and a full catalogue of scriptural and other citations. The facing-page translation is accompanied by copious notes on historical and theological issues.
There are four indices: of scriptural citations, modern authors, manuscripts, and proper nouns and key ideas and themes. This volume will be useful to anyone - historians, classicists, theologians - who wishes to learn about this important era in the history of the west. It will be a valuable resource for graduate and undergraduate students as well as professional scholars.
Correspondence of Julius I by Glen Thompson was published by The Catholic University of America Press in February 2015. The ISBN for Correspondence of Julius I is 9780813227078.
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|Page last updated||17th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Glen Thompson|
|Publisher||The Catholic University of America Press (February 2015)|
|Number of Pages||277|