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Asterius

Minotaur born to Pasiphaë and Cretan Bull. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 34]
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117) For Asterius of Amaseia, see Kitzinger, 'The Cult of Images before Iconoclasm', 90.
En somme, alors que, pour Origene, la premiere Alliance prepare l'Eglise a son mariage avec le Christ, pour Asterius, l'annonce messianique est un contrat engageant le mariage entre Dieu et l'Eglise apres la repudiation de la Synagogue ; il affirme << les droits des paiens a l'heritage contre les pretentions exclusives de la Synagogue >>.
Asterius of Amasea, Ekphrasis on Saint Euphemia 4 [Francois Halkin, ed.
Agreeing with the virtually unanimous modern consensus that the work is not by Athanasius, he not only takes up and confirms John Henry Newman's suggestion in his 1844 translation of the Orations, that Photinus of Sirmium was a major target of the treatise alongside Marcellus, but also makes a very persuasive case for including Asterius of Cappadocia and Eusebius of Caesarea as the other main opponents, hence his title.
polyxenes asterius is a mimic of the aposematic, distasteful pipevine swallowtail, Battus philenor (L.
By focusing first upon Asterius's critique of the festival of Kalends, I will outline how Asterius perceived the failure of Hellenistic religion and society.
Most examples can be related to the two opponents Theodore actually names, Eunomius and Asterius (see 2-7, 9, 12-14, 16-17, 19, 21, 23).
The Cult of the Martyrs in Asterius of Amaseia's Vision of the Christian City--Lisa Driver, Valparaiso University
The trouble lies with the fragmentary and much contested character of his literary remains: the undoubtedly genuine - but to many tendentious - letter to Pope Julius; the fragments of his treatise to Constantine attacking Asterius and his episcopal supporters, including Eusebius of Caesarea, in whose two refutations (Contra Marcellum and De ecclesiastica theologia) they are embedded; and a series of other works attributed to Marcellus in this century, in particular De sancta ecclesia, the so-called 'Western creed of Serdica' (342), De incarnatione et contra Arianos, an Epistula ad Antiochenos (the so-called Sermo maior de fide), and a letter to Pope Liberius (the Contra Theopaschitas).
At times of slack current, three Bahamian isocrinids, Endoxocrinus parrae, Cenocrinus asterius, and Diplocrinus maclearanus, stand erect with arms drooping down near the stalk [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1A OMITTED].
Scholars have pointed out the extraordinary diffusion of the Improperia compositions in Syriac, Greek, and Latin liturgical usage; in patristic writers such as Aphrahat, Ephrem of Nineveh, Jacob of Serugh, Melito of Sardis, Cyril of Jerusalem, Asterius Sophistes, Romanos the Melodist, Pseudo-Cyprian (the author of Adversus Iudaeos); in the sermon "On the Soul and the Body" ascribed to Alexander of Alexandria and preserved only in Coptic; in New Testament Apocrypha such as the Acts of Pilate, the Acts of Thomas, and the Gospel of Bartholomew.