Hadrumetum


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Hadrumetum:

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, ancient Hadrumetum, city (1994 pop. 125,000), NE Tunisia, on the Gulf of Hammamat, an arm of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a fishing port and export point for olive oil. The city was founded c.9th cent. B.C. by the Phoenicians.
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, Tunisia.
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Dr Weaver presented a synopsis of her treatment of the subject in 1990 in her article `Anthropology' in Everett Ferguson's Encyclopedia of Early Christianity; she has now provided an account of the dispute commonly called Semi-Pelagian from Augustine's dealings in 4z6 with the monks of Hadrumetum, who questioned his doctrine that human salvation was achieved only by the gift of unmerited grace, to the decisions of the Council of Orange of sag which, formally approved by Pope Boniface II in 531, appeared, rather delusively, to provide a definition of grace and free will for medieval and later theologians.