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245 00 Episcopal Networks in Late Antiquity :|bConnection and 
       Communication Across Boundaries /|cCarmen Angela Cvetković
       and Peter Gemeinhardt. 
264  1 Berlin ;|aBoston :|bDe Gruyter,|c[2019] 
300    1 online resource (372 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
490 1  Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte ;|vvolume 137 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |tFrontmatter --|tTable of Contents --|tAbbreviations --
       |tIntroduction --|tPart 1: The Ties That Bind --
       |tEpiscopal Nepotism in the Later Roman Empire (c. 350-
       450) /|rMenze, Volker --|tA New Approach to Ambrose of 
       Milan's Kinship /|rBodin, Ariane --|tInfluential Friends? 
       Augustine's Episcopal Networks /|rClark, Gillian --|tThe 
       Authority of a 'Quasi-Bishop:' Patronage and Networks in 
       the Letters of Isidore of Pelusium /|rToca, Madalina / 
       Leemans, Johan --|tPatronage Networks in the Festal 
       Letters of Athanasius of Alexandria /|rGwynn, David M. --
       |tBishops as Religious Mentors: Spiritual Education and 
       Pastoral Care /|rGemeinhardt, Peter --|tCrossing the 
       Boundaries: Networks and Manifestations of Christian 
       Hospitality /|rMratschek, Sigrid --|tNiceta of Remesiana's
       Visits to Nola: Between Sacred Travel and Political 
       Mission /|rCvetković, Carmen Angela --|tPart 2: Episcopal 
       Networks in Context --|tThe Impact of the Laurentian 
       Schism on Ennodius of Pavia's Participation in Episcopal 
       Networks /|rKnox, Daniel K. --|tBuilding and Breaking 
       Episcopal Networks in Late Antique Hispania /|rWood, Jamie
       --|tMacedonius, Constantius and the Changing Dynamics of 
       Power /|rManders, Erika --|tCaring for African Confessors 
       in Exile: The Ministry of Numeria and Candida during the 
       Decian Persecution (Cyprian, Epistulae 21-22) /|rEngberg, 
       Jakob --|tThe Impact of Geographical and Administrative 
       Boundaries on Late Antique Bishops /|rSlootjes, Daniëlle -
       -|tBishops and Mission Beyond the Frontiers: From Gothia 
       to Nubia /|rSterk, Andrea --|tList of Contributors --
       |tIndex of Authors and Texts --|tIndex of Ancient Places -
       -|tIndex of Modern Authors 
520    Recent studies on the development of early Christianity 
       emphasize the fragmentation of the late ancient world 
       while paying less attention to a distinctive feature of 
       the Christianity of this time which is its inter-
       connectivity. Both local and trans-regional networks of 
       interaction contributed to the expansion of Christianity 
       in this age of fragmentation. This volume investigates a 
       specific aspect of this inter-connectivity in the area of 
       the Mediterranean by focusing on the formation and 
       operation of episcopal networks. The rise of the bishop as
       a major figure of authority resulted in an increase in 
       long-distance communication among church elites coming 
       from different geographical areas and belonging to 
       distinct ecclesiastical and theological traditions. 
       Locally, the bishops in their roles as teachers, defenders
       of faith, patrons etc. were expected to interact with 
       individuals of diverse social background who formed their 
       congregations and with secular authorities. Consequently, 
       this volume explores the nature and quality of various 
       types of episcopal relationships in Late Antiquity 
       attempting to understand how they were established, 
       cultivated and put to use across cultural, linguistic, 
       social and geographical boundaries. 
546    In English. 
588 0  Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on 
       May 02, 2019). 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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648  7 30-600|2fast 
650  0 Church history|yPrimitive and early church, ca. 30-600. 
650  0 Episcopacy. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Cvetković, Carmen Angela,|eeditor. 
700 1  Gemeinhardt, Peter,|d1970-|eeditor. 
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830  0 Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte ;|v137. 
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