Rooted in the apostolic era, as recent scholars on Christian Origins have argued, (1) the christological exegesis of OT theophanies gained prominence in the second and third centuries, and played an important role in anti-Jewish, antidualistic, and antimonarchian polemics: it figured significantly in a catechetical manual such as Irenaeus's Demonstration; it was part of the antidualistic arsenal deployed by Irenaeus and Tertullian; it was the crucial argument used by Tertullian and Hippolytus against "Monarchians," as well as by later polemicists against the "Sabellianism" of a Marcellus of Ancyra or Photinus of Sirmium
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Steel, Golden Lady - Valy, Leoni.
Where "facts" reported by either cannot be substantiated independently, as is the case, for example, with Ambrose's alleged baptism by a pro-Nicene bishop or his participation in the ordination of Arnemius in Sirmium
, Williams generally rejects their historicity.
In November 1995, Croatia agreed to peacefully reintegrate Eastern Slavonia, Baranja, and Western Sirmium
under terms of the Erdut Agreement, and the Croatian government re-established political and legal authority over those territories in January 1998.
Some other examples of the puer or puella senex may be found in the careers of the following saints all of whom died in their early years defending their faith: Agapitus, Prisca, Justus of Beauvais, Eulalia of Barcelona, Eulalia of Merida, Agnes of Rome, Saint Dymphna, Fausta of Sirmium
, Pelagius of Constance, Pelagius of Cordova, and William of Norwich.
after which he composed, against a background of the synods of Sirmium
(358) and Rimini (359), his theological tractates in defence of the positions of Nicaea (see Beierwaltes 1998:25-43, Clark 1982, Hadot 1967: 5-22).
, today Sremska Mitrovica, was once capital of the Roman province of Pannonia and a refuge for early Christians.
In Illyricum s-au infiintat scaune episcopale in Mursa (azi Osiek), Sirmium
(Mitrovita), Cibalae (Vinkovce sau Vinkovat), Bossinae (Petrovat), Singidunum (Belgrad), Viminacium (Kostolat), Horeum Margi (Ciupria), Margum (Dobrovita), Aquae (Negotin), Naisus (Nis), Remesiana (Bela Polanca).
Six operations to date have featured this level of authority: United Nations Transition Assistance Group in Namibia (UNTAG), 1989-1990; United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), 1992-1993; United Nations Transitional Authority in Eastern Slavonia, Baranja, and Western Sirmium
(UNTAES), 1996-1998; United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET), 1999-2002; and the single currently ongoing transitional administration, the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), 1999-Present.
The historical setting is that of the last great persecution, initiated by Diocletian, against the Christians, and the cities that form the background against which the events of the story take place are several, principally Rome, Sirmium
, Aquileia, and Thessalonica.
The worse conditions are, the more Chapter VII authority, large and well-equipped troops, and extensive the transitional authority must be, as they were in the UN Transitional Authority in Eastern Croatia, Baranja, and Western Sirmium
(UNTAES) or the UN Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET).
59) After luring Dokmanovic into Croatia, United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slovenia, Baranja and Western Sirmium
(UNTAES) forces handcuffed Dokmanovic, advised of him of his rights, and informed him of the charges against him.