The Donatist Schism: Controversy and Contexts - Translated Texts for Historians, Contexts (Paperback)Richard Miles (editor)
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In order to reappraise the Donatist Controversy for the first time in many years, 14 specialists in the religious, cultural, social, legal and political history as well as the archaeology of Late Antique North Africa have examined what was one of the most significant religious controversies in the Late Roman World through a set of key contexts that explain its significance the Donatist Schism not just in North Africa but across the whole Roman Empire, and beyond.
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Number of pages: 410
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
'This book...provides a socio-historical framework in which that more finely-textured textual community can be located, and proves through its insightful reinterpretations that the last word on the Donatist controversy has yet to be spoken.'
Alden Bass, Augustiniana
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