Sebaste


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Sebaste

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Sebastia:

see SivasSivas
, city (1990 pop. 219,122), capital of Sivas prov., central Turkey, on the Kizil Irmak. An important trade and manufacturing center, it has cement, textile, and rug factories. Iron ore is mined nearby.
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Under HB 632, the Department of Tourism, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Public Works and Highways, and Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority are tasked to prioritize the development of the seascape and landscape located in the municipalities of Libertad, Pandan, Sebaste, Culasi, and Tibiao in Antique.
On his part, the Archbishop of Sebaste, Palestine, Theodosius (Atallah) Hanna, said fanatic and intolerant religious discussion only serves occupation and colonialism.
During the reign of Emperor Licinius in 320 AD he was one of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste who were tortured in Armenia.
Six sites are featured in this book: Jerusalem, Caesarea, Sebaste (Samaria), Jericho, Herodium, and Masada.
The ancient city of Sebaste situated in the Sivasli district is another historic site worth visiting.
Estamos hablando de lugares como Efeso, Nicea, Nisa, Constantinopla, Edesa, Samosata, Nisibe, Tarso, Nicomedia, Calcedonia, Halicarnaso, Mileto, las dos Antioquias, Mopsuestia, Colosas, Troade, Filadelfia, Mira, Nacianzo, Pergamo, Samosata, Sardes, Esmima, Sebaste; de personas como los apostoles Pedro, Pablo, Andres, Juan, Felipe, los Padres de la Iglesia Basilio, Nicolas, Gregorio, Afraates; de concilios tan importantes como los de Nicea, Efeso, Calcedonia ...
Charlesworth, in his conclusion, summarizes some findings of archaeology: (1) a vineyard, winepress, walls, Mary's well, and towers have been found in or near Nazareth; (2) the locations of Cana and Bethsaida may have finally been discovered; (3) findings at Sepphoris shed light on culture and rabbis; (3) many synagogues have been located; (4) Caesarea Maritima and Sebaste in Samaria are being excavated; (5) light is being shed on Jerusalem, the temple, Pilate, Caiaphas, Simon of Cyrene, and the practice of crucifixion.
But literary sources and archaeological evidence point to the fact that John was buried in Sebaste, in Samaria, in central Palestine, about forty miles north of Jerusalem.
Whereas Basil has left 366 letters and Gregory of Nazianzus 249, Gregory of Nyssa has only thirty to his credit and some of those are hardly letters at all, for example letter 5 (placed, therefore, by Pasquali in the Appendix of the Leiden edition 1920/1059) of the Letters); letter 26 is from the sophist Stagirius and 30 is from Peter of Sebaste to his brother, Gregory.
correctly points out, Basil's ascetic teaching and practical advice, influenced by monastic experiments of the time, particularly those of Eustathios of Sebaste, were designed for the benefit of all interested in bettering themselves, not just for a segregated elite.
Other towns in the province that have institutionalized PESO are San Jose de Buenavista, Pandan, Bugasong, Sebaste, Caluya, San Remigio, and Hamtic.