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MAJORCA LOCATION :, Largest of the Balearic group of islands, Majorca lies 135 miles south of Barcelona in the Mediterranean. CHARACTERISTICS: Set in the blue waters of the Mediterranean, Majorca is a land of eternal spring where medieval architectural splendor rubs shoulders with the

Dublin City

Dublin 2015 MOTION PICTURES : 1 The Irish are among the greatest Hollywood fans in all Europe; cinemas with good pictures abound. In Dublin some of the leading cinemas, the Savoy, Carlton, Capital, Metropole and Adelphi, are all on O’Connell Street, the Grafton on

Berlin City

Berlin 2015 Also in this region you won’t want to miss Duesseldorf, gay metropolis on the Rhine, a great business center known as the “Desk of the Ruhr.” A walk through town will show the interesting contrast between old and new architecture, most striking.

Hovedstaden City

Hovedstaden 2015 Dinner is served about 7:00 p.m., lunch at noon and breakfast from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. in most restaurants. You can eat three very good meals a day in Copenhagen for about four dollars. SHOPS AND STORES: I Copenhagen is one of


A pagan, he married the Christian Bertha, daughter of the Frankish king Charibert of Paris. In 597 he welcomed Augustine and his companions, sent to evangelize the Anglo-Saxons, allowing them to live at Canterbury, his capital. It seems that he soon converted to Christianity,


The conception of eternity in the Fathers is influenced not only by the philosophical formation especially Platonic of some of them, but primarily by the biblical concept. In pre-Socratic philosophy there is no secure attestation of the term aivw,nioj, whereas eternity or perpetuality is

EQUITIUS of Hippo Dyarrhytus

Catholic bishop of Hippo Diarrhytus in Proconsular Africa Bizerte – Tunisia, known from the acts of African councils held between 401 and 404. When Equitius refused to submit to a conciliar condemnation, an episcopal delegation was sent in the spring 401 from Pope Anastasius,


Book Revealed to His Disciples. The title Epistula is from the Latin translation. Only the first part of the Epistula apostolorum is a letter; the work as a whole belongs to the literary genre of Dialogues of Jesus with the apostles. The text, written


In a collection of Latin texts that concern mainly the question of the Three Chapters and its repercussions in the West Paris BN, lat. 1682, 9th c. MS is an Epistula generalis seu apologetica contra Iohannem Ravennatem episcopum, only recently published by Claire Sotinel.


The Epistola Anne ad Senecam de superbia et idolis is a brief 4th-c. Latin treatise against idolatry; Jewish or Christian, the end mutilated, it is preserved in the Cologne MS, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, MS Dom 17 fol. 99r-102r first quarter 9th c.. It


As a geographical entity Epirus extends from the Ionian Sea to the mountains that separate it from Thessaly and Macedonia to the E; to the N it is bounded by the Ceraunian mountains and the rivers Sousitsa anc. Polyanthos and Vjosa anc. Aoos, to


Epiphanius, archdeacon and secretary of Cyril of Alexandria, is known to us from a single writing: a letter sent to Maximian, the new bishop of Constantinople after Nestorius’s departure, in the period immediately following the Council of Ephesus. The brief text, furnished with a

EPIPHANIUS Scholasticus

A writer born perhaps in the late 5th c. and living in the 6th, he was apparently Cassiodorus’s secretary scholasticus at Vivarium Calabria. His name is linked to a Historia tripartita, in 12 books, modeled on the Historia tripartita of Theodore the Lector, i.e.,


By epigram is meant either an inscription proper or a brief composition rising to the dignity of an autonomous poetic genre, and present in Greek and Latin literature with an extraordinary variety of motifs and formal expressions. The epigram, renewed in content no less

EPICTETUS of Corinth

A contemporary of Athanasius of Alexandria, to whom he wrote concerning the more controversial christological opinions in his church. Like his predecessors Hesiod and Dionysius II to whom Pope Julius I wrote, Epictetus battled Arianism. Athanasius, in his reply written after the Roman Synod