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Heracleides

, Heraclides of Pontus
?390--?322 bc, Greek astronomer and philosopher: the first to state that the earth rotates on its axis
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These terms are best explained in as extended example(44) that Nestorius offered in his Bazaar of Heracleides an example that sums up how the terms are closely interrelated to one another, and how they fit in well with those fragments where Theodore has employed four of these terms.
A translation from the German and not, strictly speaking, a reprint from Harvard in 1997, (B)(**)Athens from Alexander to Antony(11) tells a rich if also a sad story of periodic subjugation and periodic independence from 338 to 31 B.C., enlivened by a cultural supremacy acknowledged, for example, in the eye-witness report of a certain Heracleides (see 170-2).
219 of the numbered psalms and contains (a) Psalms of the Bema, (b) untitled psalms (Psalms to Jesus ?), (c) Psalms of Heracleides, (d) Miscellaneous psalms, (e) Psalms (to Jesus ?), (f) [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (g) another group of Psalms of Heracleides, (h) Psalms of Thomas, (i) stray psalms, (j) index.
3 and 9, Heracleides (= 107 and 179 Heraclides) appears to become "Herod." On page 59 Damonides' deme is Oe; on 128 it is Oia.
If cough prevents sleep the pill of Heracleides of Tarentum relieves both; it contains saffron 0.66 grm., myrrh, long pepper, costmary, galbanum, 1 grm.
BCE) placed Solon's death in the archonship of Hegestratus, nearly two years after the beginning of Peisistratus' reign, while Heracleides of Pontus (4th cent.
33 was on behalf of a man borrowing from the banker Heracleides (Dem.
Even toward the end of his life when Nestorius wrote the nearly impenetrable Bazaar of Heracleides, his Christology still revolved around the absolute centrality of the Son's impassible nature.