2 edition of Acta martyrum found in the catalog.
Half-title: Atti dei martiri.In Latin.Gli atti dei martiri sono degli scritti destinati a conservare il processo-verbale ufficiale dell inchiesta e il racconto abbreviato della pena inflitta ai cristiani.--p. 9.
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The contexts in which these translations were Acta martyrum, and their condition of circulation and reception are still insufficiently known.
But in the first case the formal setting can surely be imitated, and it is unsafe therefore to seek to establish historicity by such an argument. The fourteen poems of Aurelius Prudentius Clemens, published in 404 as the "Persitephanon liber", celebrated the praises of the martyrs of Spain and Italy; but as the author allowed himself the license of the poet with his material, he is not always reliable. Tutti gli studiosi, comunque, concordano, senza esitazione, sull'esistenza storica del secondo vescovo di Arezzo.
Cui respondit Romulus: "Modo Acta martyrum Christum tuum: quem credis si non sacrificaveris diis". Then the blessed Maximus baptized him in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, and when he had received the sign of Christ, delighted and rejoicing, he took the blessed Quiriacus and Maximus the presbyter to his son. Since the end of the fifteenth century efforts have been made to publish critically genuine and older texts.
The criterion of Le Blant is not firm and shows once again the complexity of the critical work aimed at establishing the authentic records; the various authentic acta martyrum lists, which other authors have sketched or compiled later do not represent the result of a rigorous and scientific analysis, but rather are insignificant retouchings of Ruinart's work With much greater seriousness, although very slowly, they are occupied with these works according to an organic plan by the Bollandists.
The Sanctorale Catholicum, or Book of Saints, by Robert Owen London, 1880is a single octavo volume of 516 pages, provided with critical, exegetical, and historical Acta martyrum.
1866; Dehaisnes, Les Origines des Acta Sanctorum et les protecteurs des Bollandistes dans le nord de France, Douai, 1870; A. Compilation [ ] Dispensing from the first records collected, incomplete and that are already considered lost, it can be said that the first compiler wasof whom the title of the writing of martyribus is known which unfortunately has been lost; On the other hand, Martyribus Palestinae is preserved.
By Acta Martyrum and Acta Sanctorum are meant collections of biographies of holy persons, especially of the older Church. The critical study of the Acta Martyrum has been vigorously prosecuted within the last few years, and the standpoint of the Acta martyrum considerably changed since the attempt of Ruinart to make his selection of Acta.Paris, 1890-97 ; of those of the Russian Orthodox Church,and in recent times J.
Serra, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1998, pp.which is preserved in a greatly revised and corrupt form, exercised much influence see. It also aligns more with recent critical research Acta martyrum early Christian martyrdom that has both challenged Christian identification with persecution as socially constructed and has made space for appreciating a Roman imperial view of Christianity as a threat to the socio-political order. Thinking about a performance or actually performing it in these ways has the potential to provide a means for appreciating what this text might mean, especially in a classroom setting.
Then Claudius, enraged, said: "You are crazy, Censorinus!
Liberata also, the lady who was nailed to a cross, is a saint of fiction only, though the romance was probably invented with the definite purpose of explaining the draped figure of a crucifix.
Romulus replied: "In a moment you will see your Christ, in whom you believe if you will not have sacrificed to the gods".
This article attempts to identify a topos of Christian literature and to list its occurrences in the liturgical text of the Orthodox Church.