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圣巴兹尔:字母卷2(186-368)-Saint Basil: Letters Volume 2 (186-368)

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标题(title):Saint Basil: Letters Volume 2 (186-368)
圣巴兹尔:字母卷2(186-368)
作者(author):Saint Basil. Sister Agnes Clare Way (Translation). Roy J. Deferrari
出版社(publisher):The Catholic University of America Press
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Table of contents :
186 (213). To Antipater, the Governor . 3
187 (214). Antipater to Basil 4
188 (1). To Amphilochius, concerning the Canons
(1-16) 4
189 (BO). To Eustathius, the Court Physician. 25
190 (406). To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium . 34
191 (39B). To Amphilochius 37
192 (329). To the Master Sophronius . 38
193 (369). To Meletius, the Court Physician 39
194 (36B). To Zoilus 40
195 (312). To Euphronius, Bishop of Colonia in Armenia
41
196 (359). To Aburgius . 41
197 (55). To Ambrose, Bishop of Milan 42
198 (263). To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata 45
199 (2). To Amphilochius, concerning the Canons
(17-50) 47
'" Italicized numbers indicate the older order of the Letters,
as distinguished from the Benedictine order which has
been followed.
200 (J97). To Amphilochius 62
201 (402). To Amphilochius 64
202 (396). To Amphilochius 64
203 (77). To the Bishops of the Seacoast 65
204 (75). To the Neo-Caesareans 70
205 (322). To Bishop Elpidius 79
206 (348). A Letter of Condolence to Bishop Elpidius 80
207 (63). To the Clergy of Neo-Caesarea . 81
208 (281). To Eulancius . 86
209 (227). Without Address, in Self-defense . 86
210 (64). To the Most Eloquent Citizens of Neo-
Caesarea 87
211 (170). To Olympius 95
212 (370). To Hilarius 95
213 (242). Without an Address, for a Pious Man. 98
214 (349). To Count Terentius 99
215 (250). To Dorotheus, Presbyter. 103
216 (272). To Meletius, Bishop of Antioch. 104
217 (3). To Amphilochius, on the Canons (51-84) 105
218 (403). To Amphilochius 117
219 (280). To the Clergy of Samosata . 119
220 (299). To the People of Beroea 121
221 (298). To the People of Beroea 122
222 (297). To the Chalcidians . 123
223 (79). Against Eustathius of Sebaste 125
224 (345). To Genethlius, the Presbyter. 135
225 (385). To Demosthenes, In the Name of the
Public 139
226 (73). To His Monks 141
227 (292) . A Letter of Condolence to the Clergy in
Colonia. 147
228 (290) . To the Magistrates of Colonia 150
229 (193) . To the Clergy of N icopolis . 151
230 (194) . To the Magistrates of Nicopolis . 152
231 (395) . To Amphilochius 153
232 (404) . To Amphilochius 155
233 (399) . To Amphilochius 156
234 (400) . To Amphilochius 159
235 (401) . To Amphilochius 161
236 (391) . To Amphilochius 165
237 (264) . To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata 172
238 (191) . To the Presbyters of N icopolis 175
239 (10) . To Eusebius 176
240 (192) . To the Presbyters of Nicopolis 178
241 (360) . To Eusebius 181
242 (182) . To the Westerners . 182
243 (70) . To the Bishops of Italy and of Gaul, concerning
the Condition and Confusion of
the Churches . . 184
244 (82) . To Patrophilus, Bishop of the Church at
Aegae 190
245 (309) . To Bishop Theophilus 200
246 (66) . To the Nicopolitans 201
247 (190) . To the Nicopolitans 202
248 (405) . To Amphilochius 202
249 (238) . Without an Address, for a Pious Man 204
250 (85) . To Patrophilus 204
251 (72) . To the People of Evaesae 206
252 (291). To the Bishops of the Diocese of Pontus 210
253 (199). To the Presbyters of Antioch . 211
254 (311). To Pelagius, Bishop of Laodicea 211
255 (314). To Vitus, Bishop of Charrae . 212
256 (200). To Our Most Beloved and Pious Brethren,
Fellow Presbyters, Acacius, Aetius, Paulus,
and Silvanus, and Deacons, Silvinus and
Lucius, and the Rest of Our Brethren, the
Monks 213
257 (303). To the Monks Oppressed by the Arians 215
258 (325). To Bishop Epiphanius 217
259 (184). To the Monks, Palladius and Innocent 221
260 (17). To Bishop Optimus 222
261 (65). To the Citizens of Sozopolis 232
262 (344). To the Monk Urbicius . 236
263 (74). To the Westerners 237
264 (326). To Barses, Bishop of Edessa, during his
Exile 243
265 (293). To Eulogius, Alexander, and Harpocration,
Bishops of Egypt in Exile . 244
266 (321). To Peter, Bishop of Alexandria . 250
267 (327). To Barses, Bishop of Edessa, in Exile. 254
268 (9). To Eusebius 111 Exile 255
269 (I86). A Letter of Condolence to the Wife of the
Commander Arintheus 257
270 (244). Without an Address, concerning an Abduction
259
271 (II). A Letter of Recommendation to Eusebius,
His Companion, in Behalf of the Presbyter
Page
Cyriacus 260
272 (330). To the Master Sophronius . 262
273 (210). Without an Address, in Behalf of Hera 264
274 (-110). To the Master Himerius 265
275 (217). Without an Address, concerning Hera 265
276 (365). To the Elder Harmatius 266
277 (n). To the Scholar Maximus 267
278 (125). To Valerian 269
279 (2N). To the Prefect Modestus 269
280 (275). To Modestus 270
281 (278). To Modestus 271
282 (336). To a Bishop 271
283 (284). To a Widow 272
284 (304). To an Assessor, m Behalf of Monks 273
285 (229). Without an Address, for the Protection of
the Church 274
286 (417) . To a Prison 0 fficial 274
287 (245). Without an Address, against Retaliators 275
288 (246). Without an Address, against Retaliators 276
289 (249). Without an Address, concerning an Afflicted
Woman 277
290 (323). To Nectarius . 279
291 (340). To the Suffragan Bishop Timotheus 281
292 (386). To Palladius . 283
293 (166). To Julian 284
294 (210). To Festus and Magnus 285
295 (295). To Monks. 286
296 (285). To a Widow 287
297 (286). To a Widow 288
298 (233). Without an Address, in Behalf of a Pious
Man 289
299 (352). To an Assessor . 290
300 (201). A Letter of Condolence to the Father of
a Scholar Who Had Died . 291
301 (346). A Letter of Condolence to Maximus . 293
302 (347). A Letter of Condolence to the Wife of
Briso . 295
303 (423). To the Prefect of the Emperor's Private
Estate 297
304 (357). To Aburgius . 298
305 (232). Without an Address, for Some Virtuous
Man 298
306 (424). To the Commander at Sebaste 299
307 (247). Without an Address 300
308 (233). Without an Address, for Patronage 301
309 (230). Without an Address, for a Needy Person. 302
310 (237). Without an Address, in Behalf of Relatives 302
311 (421). To an Official 303
312 (426). To an Assessor. 303
313 (353). To an Assessor . . 304
314 (231). Without an Address, in Behalf of a Servant 305
315 (218). Without an Address, in Behalf of a Rela-
エセ@ 300
316 (219). Without an Address, in Behalf of an
Oppressed Man . 306
317 (222). Without an Address, in Behalf of a Needy
Person 307
318. Without an Address, 10 Behalf of a
Countryman 307
319. Without an Address, 10 Behalf of a
Stranger 308
320 (221). Without an Address, in Friendly Greeting 308
321 (212). To Thecla. 309
322 (223). Without an Address, on Celebrating Easter
with a Friend 310
323 (335). To Philagrius Arcenus 311
324 (375). To Pasinicus, a Doctor 312
325 (381). To Magninianus . 313
326 (224). Without an Address, for the Sake of Admonition
314
327 (225). Without an Address, for Encouragement. 314
328 (367). To Hyperechius . 315
329 (282). To Phalerius . 315
330 (176). Without an Address 315
331 (240). Without an Address 316
332 (177). Without an Address 316
333 (178). To a Scribe 316
334 (180). To a Calligrapher 317
335 (142). To Libanius 318
336 (143). Libanius to Basil 319
337 (144). To Libanius 321
338 (145). Libanius to Basil 321
339 (146). To Libanius 323
340 (147). Libanius to Basil 324
341 (148) . Libanius to Basil 325
342 (149) . To Libanius 326
343 (150) . Libanius to Basil 326
344 (151) . To Libanius 327
345 (152) . Libanius to Basil 327
346 (153) . Libanius to Basil 329
347 (154) . Libanius to Basil 329
348 (155) . To Libanius 330
349 (156) . Libanius to Basil 330
350 (157) . To Libanius 331
351 (158) . To Libanius 332
352 (159) . Libanius to Basil 332
353 (160) . To Libanius 333
354 (161) . Libanius to Basil 33:\
355 (162) . Libanius to Basil 334
356 (163) . To Libanius 334
357. Libanius to Basil 331
358. Libanius to Basil 335
359. To Libanius 335
360 (205) . From His Letter to Julian the Apostate 336
361. To Apollinaris 337
362. A pollinaris to Basil 339
363. To A pollinaris 341
364. Apollinaris to Basil 342
365. To the Great Emperor Theoclosius . 343
366. To Urbicius, a Monk, concerning Continence
345
367. Gregory to Basil 347
368. To Gregory 347
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