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Niceta of Remesiana

Niceta of Remesiana

His Life and Works

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Published by The University Press in Cambridge, England .
Written in English


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Niceta of Remesiana: Writings by Niceta of Remesiana: 7: The City of God. Books by Augustine: 8: Ascetical Works by Saint Basil, Bishop of Caesarea: 9: Apologetical works [by] Tertullian, and Octavius [by] Minucius Felix by Tertullian: Commentary on the Lord's sermon on the mount, with Seventeen related sermons by Augustine: Writing at about the same time in the West, Niceta of Remesiana (died after ), in his remarkable sermon De psalmodiae bono, gave an explanation similar to .

Nothing is known of the fourth book. The fifth, however, is most probably identical with the “Explanatio symboli habita ad competentes”; in the manuscripts it is sometimes ascribed to Origen, sometimes to Nicetas of Aquileia, but there are very strong reasons for assigning it to the Bishop of Remesiana. Nothing is known of the sixth book. Analog: Science Fiction/Science Fact (Vol. XCVIII, No. 2, February ) by Bova, Ben (ed); Joan D. Vinge; Vonda McIntyre; George R. R. Martin; Orson Scott Card.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan : G S J Gerald Walsh, Sulpicius Severus, Bernard M. Peebles, Rudolph E. Morris. Niceta was Bishop of Remesiana [Gennadius, c. 22 in B.N. Paris, Cod. lat. 12,] in Dacia, the modern Bela-Palanka on the Servian railway from Nisch to Pirot. In and he visited Paulinus of Nola, the friend of many leading churchmen in Italy and Gaul, among others of S. Ambrose, Sulpicius Severus, and Eucherius of Lyons.


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Niceta of Remesiana: Writings; Sulpicius Severus: Writings; Vincent of Lerins: Commonitories; Prosper of Aquitaine: Grace and Free Will [Fathers of the Church] by Niceta of Remesiana, Sulpicius Severus, Vincent of Lerins, Prosper of Aquitaine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at (NICETA) A Bishop of Remesiana (Romatiana) in what is now Servia, born about ; died about Recent investigations have resulted in a more definite knowledge of the person of this ecclesiastical writer.

Gennadius of Marseilles, in his catalogue of writers ("De viris illustribus", xxii) mentions a "Niceas Romatianæ civitatis episcopus" to whom he ascribes two works: one, in.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nicetas, of Remesiana, Saint, -approximately Niceta of Remesiana. Washington, the Catholic University of America Press [, ©]. Nicetas of Remesiana [Niketas von Remesiana] (Poet) Born: c - Dacien [Dacian, Decia] (modern Romania and Yugoslavia) Died: c Nicetas [or Niketas], was a Greek bishop, theologian, and composer of liturgical verse, whose missionary activity and writings effected the Christianization of the Serbian Slavic regions and cultivated a Latin culture among the.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nicetas, of Remesiana, Saint, -approximately Niceta of Remesiana Writings. New York, Fathers of the Church, Nicetas. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (NICETA) A Bishop of Remesiana (Romatiana) in what is now Servia, born about ; died about Recent investigations have resulted in a more definite knowledge of the person of this ecclesiastical writer.

Niceta of Remesiana, Sulpicius Severus, Vincent of Lerins, Prosper of Aquitaine (The Fathers of the Church, a new translation) Hardcover – by Nicetas (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Author: Nicetas. Niceta of Remesiana. His Life and Works. Edited by Andrew Ewbank Burn [Nicetas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by the University Press in Cambridge.

Preview this book» What people are Niceta of Remesiana: Writings Saint Nicetas (of Remesiana), Saint Vincent (of Lérins, d. ) Snippet view. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user :   The fifth, however, is most probably identical with the "Explanatio symboli habita ad competentes" (P.

L., LII, ); in the manuscripts it is sometimes ascribed to Origen, sometimes to Nicetas of Aquileia, but there are very strong reasons for assigning it to the Bishop of Remesiana.

Nothing is known of the sixth book. Full text of "Niceta of Remesiana: His Life and Works" See other formats. Niceta of Remesiana Andrew Ewbank Burn Read.

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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Accessible book, Early Christian literature, Canticles, Choruses, Sacred. (NICETA) A Bishop of Remesiana (Romatiana) in what is now Servia, born about ; died about in six books, for catechumens, and a little book on a virgin who had fallen.

Outside of this reference no writer and bishop of the name of Niceas is known. This Niceas, therefore, is, without doubt, the same as Nicetas, " Bishop of the Dacians. Niceta of Remesiana by Saint Nicetas,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Saint Nicetas. Nicetas (NICETA), Bishop of Remesiana (Romatiana) in what is now Servia, b.

about ; d. about Recent investigations have resulted in a more definite knowledge of the person of this ecclesiastical writer. Gennadius of Marseilles, in his catalogue of writers (“De viris illustribus”, xxii) mentions a “Niceas Romatianw civitatis episcopus” to whom he ascribes two works: one, in six.

BURN, Niceta of Remesiana, His Life and Works (Cambridge, ); WEYMAN, Die Editio princeps des Niceta von Remesiana in Archiv für lateinische Lexikographie, XIV (), ; HÜMPEL, Nicetas Bischof von Remesiana (Erlangen, ); CZAPLA, Gennadius als Literarhistoriker (Münster, ), ; TURNER, Niceta and Ambrosiaster in Journal of.

Read this book on Questia. The restoration to name and fame of Niceta of Remesiana (c. ), whose extant and authentic works appear here for the first time in an English dress, constitutes one of the most romantic stories in the history of patristic centuries a misspelt 'Niceas of Romatiana' was given credit for half a dozen long-lost Instructions for.

Remesiana was a suffragan of Sardica (today Sofia, capital of Bulgaria), the civil and religious capital of Dacia Mediterranea which was under the Patriarchate of Rome. Two bishops are known: St. Nicetas (q.v.) and Diogenianus, present at.

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