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Augustine Haer

ASCITAE – ASCODRUGITAE. Augustine Haer. 62 derives their name from avsco,j, “wineskin,” since members of the sect considered themselves to be the new wineskins filled with the new wine spoken of in the gospel Lk 5:38; they wandered everywhere “like Bacchantes,” carrying an inflated wineskin. Filaster attributes a similar practice Haer. 75 to the Ascodrugitae, members of a sect that flourished in Galatia; but their more exact name seems to be Tascodrugitae, given by Epiphanius Haer. 48,14, who likens them to Cataphrygians, probably because of the closeness of their place of origin. DCB I, 175-176; RAC I, 731-735; G. Bardy, Le “De Haeresibus” et ses sources: Miscellanea Agostiniana 2 1931 405 n. 2.Afbeeldinge vande Cabo St. Augustin Met haer forten [St. Augustine … travelquaz

 Augustine Haer

Afbeeldinge vande Cabo St. Augustin Met haer forten [St. Augustine … travelquaz

 Augustine Haer

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 Augustine Haer

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