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Letters, Volume IV: Letters 249-368. On Greek Literature

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ISBN 9780674992986

Publication Date: 01/01/1934


480 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches


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  • Prefatory Note
  • Letters [incl. the Basil–Libanius Correspondence, CCCXXXV–CCCLIX]
    • CCXLIX. Without Address, with Reference to a Pious Man
    • CCL. To Patrophilus, Bishop of the Church of Aegae
    • CCLI. To the People of Evabsae
    • CCLII. To the Bishops of the Diocese of the Pontus
    • CCLIII. To the Presbyters of Antioch
    • CCLIV. To Pelagius, Bishop of Syrian Laodicea
    • CCLV. To Vitus, Bishop of Charrae
    • CCLVI. To Our Most Beloved and Reverend Brothers and Fellow-Presbyters, Acacius, Aetius, Paulus and Silvanus, and to the Deacons Silvinus and Lucius, and to the Best of Our Brother Monks, from Basil, Bishop
    • CCLVII. To Monks Harassed by the Arians
    • CCLVIII. To Bishop Epiphanius
    • CCLIX. To the Monks, Palladius and Innocent
    • CCLX. To Bishop Optimus
    • CCLXI. To the People at Sozopolis
    • CCLXII. To the Monk Urbicius
    • CCLXIII. To the Westerners
    • CCLXIV. To Barses, Bishop of Edessa, While in Exile
    • CCLXV. To Eulogius, Alexander, and Harpocration, Exiled Bishops of Egypt
    • CCLXVI. To Peter, Bishop of Alexandria
    • CCLXVII. To Barses, Bishop of Odessa, While in Exile
    • CCLXVIII. To Eusebius, While in Exile
    • CCLXIX. To the Wife of Arinthaeus, the General, in Consolation
    • CCLXX. Without Address, Concerning Rape
    • CCLXXI. To My Comrade Eusebius, in Recommendation of Cyriacus the Presbyter
    • CCLXXII. To Sophronius, the Master
    • CCLXXIII. Without Address, about Hera
    • CCLXXIV. To Himerius, the Master
    • CCLXXV. Without Address, about Hera
    • CCLXXVI. To the Elder Harmatius
    • CCLXXVII. To the Learned Maximus
    • CCLXXVIII. To Valerian
    • CCLXXIX. To the Prefect Modestus
    • CCLXXX. To the Prefect Modestum
    • CCLXXXI. To the Prefect Modestus
    • CCLXXXII. To a Bishop
    • CCLXXXIII. To a Widow
    • CCLXXXIV. To a Censitor, Regarding Monks
    • CCLXXXV. Without Address, for the Protection of the Church
    • CCLXXXVI. To a Prison Superintendent
    • CCLXXXVII. Without Address, Regarding Avengers
    • CCLXXXVIII. Without Address, Regarding Avengers
    • CCLXXXIX. Without Address, Regarding a Woman in Sore Distress
    • CCXC. To Nectarius
    • CCXCI. To Timotheus, the Chorepiscopus
    • CCXCII. To Palladius
    • CCXCIII. To Julian
    • CCXCIV. To Festus and Magnus
    • CCXCV. To Monks
    • CCXCVI. To a Widow
    • CCXCVII. To a Widow
    • CCXCVIII. Without Address, Concerning a Devout Man
    • CCXCIX. To an Assessor of Taxes
    • CCC. To the Father of a Student Who Has Died, Consolatory
    • CCCI. To Maximus, Consolatory
    • CCCII. To the Wife of Briso, Consolatory
    • CCCIII. To the Comes Privatarum
    • CCCIV. To Aburgius
    • CCCV. Without Address, Concerning Certain Virtuous Men
    • CCCVI. To the Governor of Sebaste
    • CCCVII. Without Address
    • CCCVIII. Without Address, Concerning Protection
    • CCCIX. Without Address, Concerning a Needy Person
    • CCCX. Without Address, in Behalf of Relatives
    • CCCXI. To a Superior
    • CCCXII. To an Assessor of Taxes
    • CCCXIII. To an Assessor of Taxes
    • CCCXIV. Without Address, Concerning a Servant
    • CCCXV. Without Address, in Behalf of a Relative
    • CCCXVI. Without Address, in Behalf of One Afflicted
    • CCCXVII. Without Address, in Behalf of a Needy Person
    • CCCXVIII. Belonging to Basil, Without Address, in Behalf of a Compatriot
    • CCCXIX. Likewise, in Behalf of a Stranger
    • CCCXX. Without Address, Concerning a Salutation
    • CCCXXI. To Thecla
    • CCCXXII. Without Address, Concerning Spending Easter with a Friend
    • CCCXXIII. To Philagrius Arcenus
    • CCCXXIV. To Pasinicus, a Physician
    • CCCXXV. To Magninianus
    • CCCXXVI. Without Address, Conveying an Admonition
    • CCCXXVII. Without Address, Conveying an Exhortation
    • CCCXXVIII. To Hyperechius
    • CCCXXIX. To Phalerius
    • CCCXXX. Without Address
    • CCCXXXI. Without Address
    • CCCXXXII. Another Letter Without Address
    • CCCXXXIII. To a Scribe
    • CCCXXXIV. To a Calligraphist
    • CCCXXXV. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXXXVI. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXXXVII. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXXXVIII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXXXIX. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXL. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLI. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLII. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXLIII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLIV. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXLV. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLVI. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLVII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCXLVIII. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCXLIX. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCL. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCLI. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCLII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCLIII. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCLIV. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCLV. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCLVI. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCLVII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCLVIII. Libanius to Basil
    • CCCLIX. Basil to Libanius
    • CCCLX. From His Letter to Julian the Apostate
    • CCCLXI. To Apollinarius
    • CCCLXII. Apollinarius to Basil
    • CCCLXIII. To Apollinarius
    • CCCLXIV. Apollinarius to Basil
    • CCCLXV. Basil to the Great Emperor Theodosius
    • CCCLXVI. Basil to Urbicius, a Monk, on Continence
    • CCCLXVII. To Basil the Great
    • CCCLXVIII. Basil the Great to Gregory
  • Appendix: St. Basil’s Address to Young Men on How They Might Derive Benefit from Greek Literature
  • Index of References to Scripture
  • Index of Proper Names
  • Index of References to Greek and Latin Literature

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