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Sons of Hellenism, fathers of the church : Emperor Julian, Gregory of Nazianzus, and the vision of Rome / Susanna Elm

By: Elm, Susanna.
Series: Transformation of the classical heritage: 49Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2012Description: xviii, 553 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780520269309 (alk. paper); 0520269306 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint | Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363 | Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 | Church and state -- Rome | Rome -- History -- Julian, 361-363 | Rome -- ReligionDDC classification:
Contents:
Nazianzus and the Eastern Empire, 330-361 -- Julian, from Caesar to Augustus: Paris to Constantinople, 355-362 -- Philosopher, leader, priest: Julian in Constantinople, spring 362 -- On the true philosophical life and ideal Christian leadership: Gregory's inaugural address, Oration 2 -- The most potent Pharmakon: Gregory the Elder and Nazianzus -- Armed like a Hoplite: Gregory the political philosopher at war: Eunomius, Photinus, and Julian -- A health-giving star shining on the east: Julian in Antioch, July 362 to March 363 -- The making of the apostate: Gregory's Oration 4 against Julian -- A bloodless sacrifice of words to the word: logoi for the logos -- Gregory's second strike, Oration 5
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 489-527) and index

Nazianzus and the Eastern Empire, 330-361 -- Julian, from Caesar to Augustus: Paris to Constantinople, 355-362 -- Philosopher, leader, priest: Julian in Constantinople, spring 362 -- On the true philosophical life and ideal Christian leadership: Gregory's inaugural address, Oration 2 -- The most potent Pharmakon: Gregory the Elder and Nazianzus -- Armed like a Hoplite: Gregory the political philosopher at war: Eunomius, Photinus, and Julian -- A health-giving star shining on the east: Julian in Antioch, July 362 to March 363 -- The making of the apostate: Gregory's Oration 4 against Julian -- A bloodless sacrifice of words to the word: logoi for the logos -- Gregory's second strike, Oration 5

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