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The Resource Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley, by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green

Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley, by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green

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Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley
Title
Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley
Statement of responsibility
by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
With Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley Ulrich Huttner offers a microstudy of Christian history in southwestern Asia Minor (first to fifth century C.E.)
Member of
Cataloging source
IDEBK
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Huttner, U.
Dewey number
275.6101
Index
index present
LC call number
BR185 .H8813 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
  • Ancient Judaism and early Christianity,
  • Early Christianity in Asia Minor ECAM
Series volume
  • volume 85
  • volume 1
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  • Church history
  • Turkey
  • Turkey
Label
Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley, by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Theology
  • Geography and natural resources
  • Basic geography
  • Infrastructure
  • Agriculture and textile production
  • Building trades and technologies
  • Settlement geography I : Carura, Attouda, Trapezopolis, Tripolis
  • Settlement geography II : Laodicea, Hierapolis, Colossae
  • Historical background
  • Cultural and social background : identities and associations
  • Introduction
  • Political background
  • Colossae in the "early period"
  • The Lycus Valley in the Hellenistic period : new foundations and political changes
  • Laodicea as a central city of the Roman province
  • Indigenous and Greek cults
  • Cults of Zeus
  • Cults of Apollo
  • The sanctuary of Lairbenos
  • Men
  • The mother of the Gods
  • Starting points
  • The Hellenistic ruler cult
  • The Roman emperor cult
  • Jewish communities
  • Judaism in the Lycus Valley : the beginnings
  • Laodicea as a Jewish Center
  • Conflicts between Jews and Greeks
  • Symbiosis of Jews and Greeks in the Imperial Period
  • Pauline influence : Philemon and Colossians
  • Persons and networks
  • Paul's journeys in Asia minor
  • Sources and chronological framework
  • The prosopography of Philemon and Colossians
  • The network of churches and the Epistle to the Laodiceans
  • Nympha of Laodicea
  • First summary : social networks and Paul's authority
  • The Epistle to Philemon
  • Date
  • The social status of Onesimus
  • The religious service of Onesimus
  • Second summary : symbiosis of Christians and Pagans
  • The Epistle to the Colossians
  • Questions : community formation and the search for a position
  • The Pseudepigraphic problem of Colossians
  • Date
  • Addressee and author
  • Knowledge of Christ
  • The christological Hymn
  • The admonition against "philosophy"
  • Angel worship
  • Local color in the catalog of Vices
  • Renewal and liberation
  • Liturgical Hymns
  • Historyof research
  • The domestic code and stabilization of the social order
  • Mission through rhetoric
  • Third summary : the quest for a Christian position in Colossians
  • Summary regarding the Pauline Epistles
  • The letter in the apocalypse of John
  • Context
  • Historical Imponderables
  • Geographical setting
  • Fundamentals, surveys, conclusions
  • Epigraphy and archaeology
  • Archaeological perspectives
  • Summary : local color and open questions
  • Philip and his daughters
  • John and Philip : apostolic competition in the Lycus Valley?
  • Laodicea in the Acts of John
  • Early references to Philip in Hierapolis
  • The daughters of Philip : prophecies from Hierapolis
  • Divergent traditions
  • The prophetic activity of the daughters of Philip
  • The institutionalized prophets of Apollo
  • Competing kinds of prophecy?
  • Philadelphia
  • The message of Philip's daughters : miracle stories
  • Pagan miracle stories
  • Rival tombs
  • Summary : vague memories of a Holy Family
  • Papias and Apollinaris : bishops in Hierapolis
  • Bishop Papias : a separate Christian path?
  • Historical placement
  • The Judas tradition
  • The work and its sources
  • The problem of oral tradition
  • The Lukewarm Laodiceans
  • Eschatology
  • The Hebrew Ur-Matthew
  • Bishop Apollinarius : conflict resolution through communication
  • The rain and lightning miracle
  • Chronological placement and catalog of works
  • The apology
  • Against the Hellenes
  • Against the Jews
  • On the Paschal feast
  • On truth
  • Material prosperity and self-righteousness
  • Against the Montanists
  • The plague
  • Summary : defining the place of Papias and Apollinarius
  • Institutionalization : clerical offices, synods, and councils
  • Processes of institutionalization
  • Early bishops and the institutionalization of the clergy
  • The potential for communication in the pre-constantinian era
  • Administrative consideration
  • The synod of ancyra (314)
  • The council of nicea
  • Pure gold
  • The participants
  • The date of easter
  • Metropolitan privileges
  • Christological conflicts after nicea
  • The Synod of Laodicea
  • Province and Diocese
  • The date of the Synod
  • The decisions
  • The 5th-century councils
  • The first council of Ephesus (431) and the competition between Laodicea and Hierapolis
  • White robes
  • The second council of Ephesus (449)
  • The council of Chalcedon
  • Summary : conflict resolution through institutions
  • Persecution and legends
  • Persecution in the Lycus Valley
  • Byzantine accounts of Martyrdom in the Apostolic Age
  • Sagaris
  • Christians or Crypto-Christians : Pre-Constantinian inscriptions
  • Persecutions and lists of Martyrs
  • The legends of the saints : genesis and impact
  • Eye salve
  • Trophimus and Thallus
  • Artemon : an itinerant legend
  • The Acts of Philip
  • The legend of St. Michael from Colossae/Chonae
  • Legend and cult
  • Summary : legends in differing contexts
  • Conclusion : communitization and the search for a standpoint
  • Christian communities in the Lycus Valley : socialization and communitization
  • Search for a standpoint
  • Sources and bibliography
  • Invitation to a banquet
  • Sources
  • Bibliography
  • Indexes
  • Persons
  • Places / geographical terms
  • Subjects
  • Passages
  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Apocryphal works
  • Christian participation in God's dominion
  • Talmud
  • Legal texts
  • Acts of councils / Canon law
  • Ancient, Byzantine, and Medieval authors and works
  • Inscriptions
  • Clergy and functionaries (prosopographic index)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781306210218
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn865650502
  • (OCoLC)865650502
Label
Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley, by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Theology
  • Geography and natural resources
  • Basic geography
  • Infrastructure
  • Agriculture and textile production
  • Building trades and technologies
  • Settlement geography I : Carura, Attouda, Trapezopolis, Tripolis
  • Settlement geography II : Laodicea, Hierapolis, Colossae
  • Historical background
  • Cultural and social background : identities and associations
  • Introduction
  • Political background
  • Colossae in the "early period"
  • The Lycus Valley in the Hellenistic period : new foundations and political changes
  • Laodicea as a central city of the Roman province
  • Indigenous and Greek cults
  • Cults of Zeus
  • Cults of Apollo
  • The sanctuary of Lairbenos
  • Men
  • The mother of the Gods
  • Starting points
  • The Hellenistic ruler cult
  • The Roman emperor cult
  • Jewish communities
  • Judaism in the Lycus Valley : the beginnings
  • Laodicea as a Jewish Center
  • Conflicts between Jews and Greeks
  • Symbiosis of Jews and Greeks in the Imperial Period
  • Pauline influence : Philemon and Colossians
  • Persons and networks
  • Paul's journeys in Asia minor
  • Sources and chronological framework
  • The prosopography of Philemon and Colossians
  • The network of churches and the Epistle to the Laodiceans
  • Nympha of Laodicea
  • First summary : social networks and Paul's authority
  • The Epistle to Philemon
  • Date
  • The social status of Onesimus
  • The religious service of Onesimus
  • Second summary : symbiosis of Christians and Pagans
  • The Epistle to the Colossians
  • Questions : community formation and the search for a position
  • The Pseudepigraphic problem of Colossians
  • Date
  • Addressee and author
  • Knowledge of Christ
  • The christological Hymn
  • The admonition against "philosophy"
  • Angel worship
  • Local color in the catalog of Vices
  • Renewal and liberation
  • Liturgical Hymns
  • Historyof research
  • The domestic code and stabilization of the social order
  • Mission through rhetoric
  • Third summary : the quest for a Christian position in Colossians
  • Summary regarding the Pauline Epistles
  • The letter in the apocalypse of John
  • Context
  • Historical Imponderables
  • Geographical setting
  • Fundamentals, surveys, conclusions
  • Epigraphy and archaeology
  • Archaeological perspectives
  • Summary : local color and open questions
  • Philip and his daughters
  • John and Philip : apostolic competition in the Lycus Valley?
  • Laodicea in the Acts of John
  • Early references to Philip in Hierapolis
  • The daughters of Philip : prophecies from Hierapolis
  • Divergent traditions
  • The prophetic activity of the daughters of Philip
  • The institutionalized prophets of Apollo
  • Competing kinds of prophecy?
  • Philadelphia
  • The message of Philip's daughters : miracle stories
  • Pagan miracle stories
  • Rival tombs
  • Summary : vague memories of a Holy Family
  • Papias and Apollinaris : bishops in Hierapolis
  • Bishop Papias : a separate Christian path?
  • Historical placement
  • The Judas tradition
  • The work and its sources
  • The problem of oral tradition
  • The Lukewarm Laodiceans
  • Eschatology
  • The Hebrew Ur-Matthew
  • Bishop Apollinarius : conflict resolution through communication
  • The rain and lightning miracle
  • Chronological placement and catalog of works
  • The apology
  • Against the Hellenes
  • Against the Jews
  • On the Paschal feast
  • On truth
  • Material prosperity and self-righteousness
  • Against the Montanists
  • The plague
  • Summary : defining the place of Papias and Apollinarius
  • Institutionalization : clerical offices, synods, and councils
  • Processes of institutionalization
  • Early bishops and the institutionalization of the clergy
  • The potential for communication in the pre-constantinian era
  • Administrative consideration
  • The synod of ancyra (314)
  • The council of nicea
  • Pure gold
  • The participants
  • The date of easter
  • Metropolitan privileges
  • Christological conflicts after nicea
  • The Synod of Laodicea
  • Province and Diocese
  • The date of the Synod
  • The decisions
  • The 5th-century councils
  • The first council of Ephesus (431) and the competition between Laodicea and Hierapolis
  • White robes
  • The second council of Ephesus (449)
  • The council of Chalcedon
  • Summary : conflict resolution through institutions
  • Persecution and legends
  • Persecution in the Lycus Valley
  • Byzantine accounts of Martyrdom in the Apostolic Age
  • Sagaris
  • Christians or Crypto-Christians : Pre-Constantinian inscriptions
  • Persecutions and lists of Martyrs
  • The legends of the saints : genesis and impact
  • Eye salve
  • Trophimus and Thallus
  • Artemon : an itinerant legend
  • The Acts of Philip
  • The legend of St. Michael from Colossae/Chonae
  • Legend and cult
  • Summary : legends in differing contexts
  • Conclusion : communitization and the search for a standpoint
  • Christian communities in the Lycus Valley : socialization and communitization
  • Search for a standpoint
  • Sources and bibliography
  • Invitation to a banquet
  • Sources
  • Bibliography
  • Indexes
  • Persons
  • Places / geographical terms
  • Subjects
  • Passages
  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Apocryphal works
  • Christian participation in God's dominion
  • Talmud
  • Legal texts
  • Acts of councils / Canon law
  • Ancient, Byzantine, and Medieval authors and works
  • Inscriptions
  • Clergy and functionaries (prosopographic index)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781306210218
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn865650502
  • (OCoLC)865650502

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