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Viktorin

(151 words)

Author(s): Hildebrandt, Henrik
[English Version] von Pettau (Poetovio; Ptuj, Slowenien), frühester christl. Bibelexeget lat. Sprache, von dessen Werk Frgm. erhalten sind: Ein Komm. zur Apk, außerdem ein Protohexaemeron und eine Zusammenstellung von Daten des Lebens Jesu, die V. in der christl. Bibliothek Jerusalems fand. Andere Zuschreibungen sind weniger wahrscheinlich. Um 260 n.Chr. war V. in der Provinzkapitale von Pannonia superior Bischof einer entwickelten lat.-sprachigen Gemeinde. Beeinflußt v.a. von der Exegese des Orige…

Nicetas of Remesiana

(179 words)

Author(s): Hildebrandt, Henrik
[German Version] (c. 345–420), according to Gennad. Vir. ill. 22, bishop of Remesiana (Bela Palanka, ¶ Serbia), east of Naissus. The (re-)construction of his biography and his literary work began in the 17th century; some biographical details may be deduced from Paulinus of Nola, Carmen 17. It is possible to make out that he was a Dacian bishop with links to Italy and sympathy for monastic ways of life; he drew on Latin and Greek sources (Cyril of Jerusalem) to produce for his community the necessary texts for …

Illyricum

(174 words)

Author(s): Hildebrandt, Henrik
[German Version] From Roman Illyria, the territory of the Illyrian kingdom, Illyricum originally denoted the Roman province between the Adriatic and the Danube; Paul considered it the limit of his missionary territory (Rom 15:19). From the 3rd century ce onward, the word referred to a customs area on the southern Danube, from the Alps to the Black Sea. After the division of the Empire, Illyricum was the name of both an Eastern ¶ prefecture and a Western diocese. Illyrian Christianity first surfaces in a commentary by Victorinus of Pettau; in the 4th century, it is at…

Victorinus of Pettau (Saint)

(167 words)

Author(s): Hildebrandt, Henrik
[German Version] (Poetovio; Ptuj, Slovenia), earliest Christian exegete writing in Latin. Only fragments of his work have survived: a commentary on Revelation, a proto-Hexaemeron, and a collection of dates in the life of Jesus he found in the Christian library of Jerusalem. Other attributions of texts are less likely. Around 260 ce Victorinus was the bishop of a genuine Latin-speaking Christian community in the provincial capital of Pannonia Superior. Influenced particularly by the exegesis of Origen, which he introduced to northern Italy, his c…

Niketas

(155 words)

Author(s): Hildebrandt, Henrik
[English Version] von Remesiana (um 345–420), nach Gennad. vir. ill. 22 Bf. von Remesiana (Bela Palanka, Serbien) östlich von Naissus. Die (Re-)Konstruktion seiner Biogr. und seines lit. Werkes begann im 17.Jh.; aus Paulinus von Nola, Carmen 17 sind einige biogr. Details zu erschließen. N. ist als dakischer Ortsbischof mit Verbindung nach Italien und Sympathie für monastische Lebensformen erkennbar, der, aus lat. und griech. Quellen (Cyrill von Jerusalem) schöpfend, seiner Gemeinde die zu Aufbau un…