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Sirmium

(sûr`mēəm), ancient city of PannoniaPannonia
, ancient Roman province, central Europe, southwest of the Danube, including parts of modern Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia. Its natives, the warlike Pannonians, were Illyrians. Their final subjugation by Rome took place in A.D. 9.
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. The site is near modern Sremska Mitrovica, NW Serbia. Sirmium was unimportant until occupied late in the 1st cent. B.C. by the Romans in the conquest of Pannonia. It was prominent later, especially in the 3d and 4th cent. A.D., and became the chief city of Lower Pannonia.
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Como senala la traductora, aunque el relato que conservamos comienza en los alrededores del Sinai, es de suponer que el viaje anterior, por Europa, hubiese seguido el recorrido que aparece en un Itinerario anonimo, fechado unas decadas antes (ano 333): Burdeos, Arles, Milan, Aquileia, Sirmium, Sofia y Constantinopla.
Let us not forget how the hundred-year-old Cordobese bishop was cast into oblivion by the whole of western Christianity (Nieto, 2003, 20 ff), including his own diocese (almost a dannatio memoriae), following the confusing events that surrounded his move to Mediolanum and his consequent detention by Constantius II in 356; his presumed fall into Arian heresy (to which he had been opposed half of his life), and his immediate death in Sirmium, probably towards the end of 357 (cfr.
UN Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranya and Western Sirmium UNTAES (1996-97)
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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In 358, Liberius returned to his See after agreeing to condemn Athanasius, the cornerstone of Nicene orthodoxy, and to uphold the Formula of Sirmium.
MUHL, "Der [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] und [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] von der alteren Stoa bis zur Synode von Sirmium 351", Archiv fur Begriffsgeschichte: Bausteine zu einem historischen Worterbuch der Philosophie, 7, 1962, pp.
Quizas Singidunum (Belgrado), en la confluencia del Sava y el Danubio, o bien Sirmium, a orillas del rio Sava, afluente del Danubio (la actual Sremska Mitrovica), o bien Carnuntum, lugar que fue su centro de operaciones a partir de 171.
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.
Por una parte, es cierto que los avaros habian aprendido recientemente a utilizar tecnicas de asedio y tecnologia militar ad hoc, y de modo muy eficiente como se habia constatado en Tesalonica o Sirmium, pero tambien es preciso reconocer que los muros de Constantinopla --a diferencia de aquellas otras ciudades sitiadas unos anos antes--imponian un desafio mayor, dada su magnitud y solidez (de hecho, el asedio del ano 626 fue la primera gran prueba del muro teodosiano)53.
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.
Amtliche Schnellschreiber sind beispielsweise im Protokoll der Synode von Sirmium (351/52) erwahnt.