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Loeb Classical Library 243

Letters, Volume III: Letters 186-248

Basil

Translated by Roy J. Deferrari

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ISBN 9780674992689

Publication Date: 01/01/1930

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  • Prefatory Note
  • Letters
    • CLXXXVI. To Antipater, the Governor
    • CLXXXVII. Antipater to Basil
    • CLXXXVIII. To Amphilochius, on the Canons
    • CLXXXIX. To Eustathius, Chief Physician
    • CXC. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CXCI. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CXCII. To Sophronius, the Master
    • CXCIII. To Meletius, Chief Physician
    • CXCIV. To Zoilus
    • CXCV. To Euphronius, Bishop of Colonia in Armenia
    • CXCVI. To Aburgius
    • CXCVII. To Ambrose, Bishop of Milan
    • CXCVIII. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata
    • CXCIX. To Amphilochius, on the Canons
    • CC. To Amphilochitus, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCI. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCII. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCIII. To the Maritime Bishops
    • CCIV. To the Neocaesareans
    • CCV. To Elpidius, Bishop
    • CCVI. To Elpidius, Bishop, Consolatory
    • CCVII. To the Clergy at Neocaesarea
    • CCVIII. To Eulancius
    • CCIX. Without Inscription, in Self-Defence
    • CCX. To the Learned in Neocaesarea
    • CCXI. To Olympius
    • CCXII. To Hilarius
    • CCXIII. Without Inscription, with Reference to a Pious Man
    • CCXIV. To Count Terentius
    • CCXV. To Dorotheus, Presbyter
    • CCXVI. To Meletius, Bishop of Antioch
    • CCXVII. To Amphilochius, on the Canons
    • CCXVIII. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCXIX. To the Clergy of Samosata
    • CCXX. To the People of Beroea
    • CCXXI. To the People of Beroea
    • CCXXII. To the Chalcidians
    • CCXXIII. Against Eustathius of Sebaste
    • CCXXIV. To the Presbyter Genethlius
    • CCXXV. To Demosthenes, as if by Common Consent
    • CCXXVI. To the Ascetics under Him
    • CCXXVII. To the Clergy of Colonia, in Consolation
    • CCXXVIII. To the Magistrates of Colonia
    • CCXXIX. To the Clergy of Nicopolis
    • CCXXX. To the Magistrates of Nicopolis
    • CCXXXI. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCXXXII. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
    • CCXXXIII. To Amphilochius, Who Has Asked Questions
    • CCXXXIV. To the Same, in Reply to Another Question
    • CCXXXV. To the Same, in Reply to Another Question
    • CCXXXVI. To the Same Amphilochius
    • CCXXXVII. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata
    • CCXXXVII. To the Presbyters of Nicopolis
    • CCXXXIX. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata
    • CCXL. To the Presbyters of Nicopolis
    • CCXLI. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata
    • CCXLII. To the Westerners
    • CCXLIII. To the Bishops of Italy and Gaul, Regarding the Condition and Confusion of the Churches
    • CCXLIV. To Patrophilus, Bishop of the Church at Aegae
    • CCXLV. To Theophilus, the Bishop
    • CCXLVI. To the Nicopolitans
    • CCXLVII. To the Nicopolitans
    • CCXLVIII. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium
  • Index of Proper Names

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