By St Basil
Basil the nice was once born ca. 330 CE at Caesarea in Cappadocia right into a kin famous for piety. He used to be at Constantinople and Athens for numerous years as a scholar with Gregory of Nazianzus and used to be a lot inspired by way of Origen. For a little while he held a chair of rhetoric at Caesarea, and used to be then baptized. He visited monasteries in Egypt and Palestine and sought out the main well-known hermits in Syria and in different places to profit find out how to lead a pious and ascetic existence; yet he made up our minds that communal monastic lifestyles and paintings have been top. approximately 360 he based in Pontus a convent to which his sister and widowed mom belonged. Ordained a presbyter in 365, in 370 he succeeded Eusebius within the archbishopric of Caesarea, which integrated authority over all Pontus. He died in 379. Even at the present time his reform of monastic existence within the east is the root of recent Greek and Slavonic monasteries. The Loeb Classical Library version of Basil's Letters is in 4 volumes.
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Extra info for Letters: Volume I, Letters I-LVIII (Loeb Classical Library)
St. Basil goes to Constantinople. Death of Constans. St. Constantius becomes sole Emperor. St. Basil goes to the University at Athens. Julian goes to Athens. The St. Basil returns to Caesarea. publication of the Life of St. Antony by St. Athanasius. St. Basil is baptized and is soon afterwards ordained as Reader, St. Basil visits the monks of Egypt, . Syria, Palestine, and then and Mesopotamia, retires to Pontus. an easy task for Gregory because of the ancient custom of keeping letter-books. These books contained either copies of letters written by the owner, or collections of letters received from others (cf.
Vatican, Rome Marcianus 61. Venice XI . XI XIII . Patmos Bodleianus, Thomas Roe Parisinus 334 S. Paris XI Patmius 57. XII 18. Famihj XIV XVI Oxford Ah Xs. XI s. XI s. Parisinus 506. Paris Parisinus 763 S. Paris Vindobonensis 142. Vienna Estensis 229. Modena Marcianus 79. Venice Bodleianus Miscell. 38. et XII . Oxford . XI/XII XII s. XVI s. XIV s. XIII s. s. Family Ac Parisinus 967. Paris Parisinus 1021 S. Paris . * " La Tradition nianuscrite de la correspondance de Saint Basile," The Journal of Theological Studies, Vol.
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