ARCHAEUS

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ARCHAEUS the African 2nd c.. Among the many literary finds of Cardinal Angelo Mai published at Rome in the 10 volumes of his Spicilegium Romanum from 1839–1844 is a fragment that he attributes to Archaeus, identified as bishop of Leptis in Africa in the second half of the 2nd c. The text Spic. Rom. III, Rome 1840, 707, taken from an Arabic codex, is a clear exaltation of Sunday as the day of the Lord’s resurrection and therefore the only day on which Christians can and must celebrate Easter. H. Jordan, however, has made a convincing claim for its having been written by Irenaeus of Lyons. PG 5, 1489-1490; CPL 2275; ZNTW 1912 157-160.18th Century Romanian Bastion Transformed Into Green-Roofed Public … travelquaz


ARCHAEUS

18th Century Romanian Bastion Transformed Into Green-Roofed Public … travelquaz

ARCHAEUS

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