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Συνέσιος, ὁ (English)

(146 words)

Contributor(s): Savvidis, Kyriakos | Dorn, Martin
Synesius (young man related to Gregory; 4th cent.) Gregory requests of the prefect Hierius, as the responsib…

Ἐπίκουρος, ὁ

(240 words)

Contributor(s): Savvidis, Kyriakos | Dorn, Martin
Epikur (griechischer Philosoph aus Samos, 341-271 v.Chr.) Die Lehre des Epikur wird von Häretikern adaptiert 1 Theo…

Θεοδοτίων, ὁ

(110 words)

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Theodotion (Proselyt aus Ephesus, übersetzte ca. 180-190 n.Chr. die hebräische Bibel ins Griechische) Das ἀόρατον …

Δωὴκ ὁ Ἰδουμαῖος, ὁ (English)

(335 words)

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Doeg ‮דּוֹאֵג, דֹּאֵג‬‎ (Edomite, shepherd in Saul’s service, OT) variant spelling in the app.crit.: Δοὴκ 21,70,22. Wi…

Παιανιεύς, ὁ (English)

(101 words)

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Paean singer Gregory ascribes to Eunomius, in the latter’s attempts to disprove the trinitarian statem…

Ῥώμη, ἡ (English)

(191 words)

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Rome Episcopal see of Peter: In his letter to the presbyters of Nicomedia Gregory advises them not to…

Ἱπποκράτης, ὁ

(85 words)

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Hippokrates von Kos (ca. 460-370 v. Chr., griech. Arzt u. Philosoph) In seinen Ausführungen gegen den Schicksal…

Παφλαγών, ὁ

(72 words)

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Paphlagonier (Einwohner von Paphlagonia, Region im nörd. Kleinasien am Schwarzen Meer) In seinen Ausführungen g…

Γάλλος, ὁ

(138 words)

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Gallus (Flavius Claudius Constantius, ca. 325-354; von Constantius II. 351 zum Caesar der östlichen …

Πρίσκος, ὁ (English)

(113 words)

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Priscus (Eunomius’ grandfather) Gregory refers ironically to Eunomius’ background: οὐ γὰρ ὄνειδος ἦν τῷ Ὀλτισηρ…

Μερρά, ἡ

(339 words)

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Mara ‮מָרָה‬‎ (Oase) Alternative Schreibweise im app.crit. zu Μερράν: μεράν | Μαρράν (Migne) 24,355,9. Als Bild fü…

Γαβριήλ (English)

(582 words)

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Gabriel ‮גַּבְרִיאֵל‬‎ (archangel, NT) 1 In Gregory’s Christmas sermon The opposite poles of divine intent and…

Ἀθηναῖοι, οἱ (English)

(227 words)

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Athenians The Athenians as the addressees of Paul’s speech before the Areopagus Eunomius spreads false teachings…

Ἀδέλφιος, ὁ (English)

(51 words)

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Adelphius (4th cent.; legal officer) addressee of Letter 20: Πρὸς Ἀδέλφιον σχολαστικόν 33,68,16 Lit.: Hauser-Meur…

Ἀβιμέλεχ, ὁ (1) ὁ ἀλλόφυλος (English)

(129 words)

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Abimelech ‮אֲבִימֶלֶךְ‬‎ (OT) Gregory seems to identify Achish (‮אָכִישׁ‬‎), the king of Gath, with Abimelech…

Ἀρειανός, ὁ Subst.; -ή, -όν Adj. (English)

(84 words)

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Arian; Arian The aversion to idols is common to all believers, but Flacilla detested Arian unbelief mu…

Λυδοί, οἱ (English)

(87 words)

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Lydians (eponym for the residents of Lydia [western Asia Minor], which was named after King Lydus of mythology) The Ar…

Θάρσεις

(125 words)

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Tarschisch ‮תַּרְשִׁישׁ‬‎ Gregor versucht die Bedeutung des hebräischen Begriffs „Tarschisch“ (θαρσεῖς) in Cant 5…

Ἀποκάλυψις τοῦ Ἰωάννου, ἡ

(94 words)

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Das Buch der Offenbarung des Johannes (NT) Da nach Apoc 22,18f. der Schrift weder etwas hinzugefügt noch we…

Χερουβίμ, τά (English)

(510 words)

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Cherubim ‮כְּרוּבִים‬‎ 1 Characteristics of the Cherubim a) The Seraphim, together with the Cherubim, belong …
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