L'extirpation de l'Arianisme en Italie du Nord et en Occident: Rimini (359/60) et Aquilée (381) Hilaire de Poitiers (d.367/8) et Ambroise de Milan (d.397), 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

L'extirpation de l'Arianisme en Italie du Nord et en Occident

Rimini (359/60) et Aquilée (381) Hilaire de Poitiers (d.367/8) et Ambroise de Milan (d.397), 1st Edition

By Yves-Marie Duval

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400 pages

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The context of this second volume by Professor Duval is the trinitarian controversies of the later 4th century. His work presents a detailed analysis of the 'reconquest' of Northan Italy and Illyricum from the homeist dogmas put in place by Constans II and affirmed by the Council of Rimini in 359-60. Milan occupies a central place, first as a bastion of Arianism, then as the see of Ambrose, who eventually oversaw the victory of orthodoxy; as these studies show, the process was not straightforward, and even after the Council of Aquileia in 381, remained imperilled by the turbulent politics of the Empire. The final item, hitherto unpublished, gives a critical account of some recent work on Ambrose.

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Sur l’arianisme des Ariens d’Occident; La ’manoeuvre frauduleuse’ de Rimini: à la recherche du Liber aduersus Vrsacium et Valentem d’Hilaire de Poitiers; Vrais et faux problèmes concernant le retour d’exil d’Hilaire de Poitiers et son action en Italie en 360-363; Une traduction latine inédite du symbole de Nicée et une condamnation d’Arius à Rimini: nouveau fragment historique d’Hilaire ou pièces des Actes du Concile?; Les relations doctrinales entre Milan et Aquilée durant la seconde moitié du IVe siècle: Chromace d’Aquilée et Ambroise de Milan; Ambroise, de son élection à sa consécration; Les rapports de la Gaule et de la Cisalpine dans l’histoire religieuse du IVe siècle; La présentation arienne du concile d’Aquilée de 381:à propos des ’Scolies ariennes sur le concile d’Aquilée’ par R. Gryson; Le sens des débats d’Aquilée pour les Nicéens: Nicée - Rimini - Aquilée; Aquilée et Sirmium durant la crise arienne (325-400); Sur quelques études récentes concernant Ambroise et l’arianisme occidentale; Indexes.

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