Pepouza and Tymion : the discovery and archaeological exploration of a lost ancient city and an imperial estate / by William Tabbernee and Peter Lampe.

Early Christianity varied in appearance as much as the geography and terrain of the ancient Middle East. Often "variety" became pitted against "orthodoxy." Montanism, or the New Prophecy, was founded by a Phrygian named Montanus along with two ecstatic prophetesses, Maximilla and...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Main Author: Tabbernee, William, 1944-
Other Authors: Lampe, Peter, 1954-
Format: eBook
Language:English
German
Published:Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, ©2008.
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Summary:Early Christianity varied in appearance as much as the geography and terrain of the ancient Middle East. Often "variety" became pitted against "orthodoxy." Montanism, or the New Prophecy, was founded by a Phrygian named Montanus along with two ecstatic prophetesses, Maximilla and Priscilla. Even the North African Church Father Tertullian was a supporter of the New Prophecy movement. The Montanist variety of Christianity, however, soon fell into disfavor by those later deemed "orthodox", also because women played an influential role in this movement. Today we know.
Physical Description:1 online resource (xx, 338 pages) : illustrations (some color), map
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-270) and index.
ISBN:9783110208597
3110208598
3110194554
9783110194555
1282197010
9781282197015
9786612197017
6612197013
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