Episcopal Elections 250-600: Hierarchy and Popular Will in Late Antiquity

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The works cited below give the editions used for the major sources. Unless stated otherwise, I have used the Patrologia Graeca/Latina as the text for other sources.

AugustineLetters ed. Goldbach, CSEL XXIII & XLIV.
Basil of Caesarea Collectio AvellanaLetters ed. Courtonne, (Paris, 1957). ed. Guenther, CSEL XXXV (Vienna, 1895).
ConstantiusVita Germani ed. R. Borius, Sources Chrétiennes (Paris, 1965).
CyprianLetters, CC, Series Latina III, ed. G. F. Diercks (Turnholt 1996).
Cyril of ScythopolisLives of Sabas, John the Hesychiast, Abraamios, et al. ed. Schwartz, in Texte una Untersuchungen, 49, ii (1939).
EnnodiusVita Epiphanii, ed. Hartel, CSEL VI (Vienna 1882).
Epiphaniused. Paniarion.
EusebiusEcclesiastical History ed. Schwartz and Momsen GCS (Berlin, 1999).
EvagriusEcclesiastical History ed. Bidez and Parmentier, (London 1899).
Gregory the GreatRegister Epistolarum ed. Norberg, CC CXL (1982).
Gregory of Nazianzus OrationsXX-XXII ed. Mossay, (Paris, 1980). XLII-XLIII ed. Bernardi, (Paris, 1992).
Gregory of NyssaLetters ed. G. Pasquali, (Brill, 1998).
JeromeLetters ed. Hilberg, CSEL 54–6.
JeromeContra Johannem ed. Feiertag, CC LXXIXA (1999).
John ChrysostomDe Sacerdotio ed. Malingray, Sources Chrétiennes no. 272. (Paris 1980).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Oxford Classical Monographs i
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Legislation and Theory 18
  • 3: The Electorate 52
  • 4: Imperial Intervention 81
  • 5: Provinces and Patriarchs 118
  • 6: The Metropolitan System in the West 145
  • 7: The Eastern Metropolitans 162
  • 8: Corruption, Constraint, and Nepotism 177
  • 9: Three Disputed Elections 215
  • 10: Conclusion 239
  • Appendix - Greek and Latin Texts of Canons Relating to Episcopal Elections 246
  • Bibliography 260
  • Index 267
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