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" Visa est enim mihi res digna consultatione, maxime propter periclitantium numerum. Multi enim omnis aetatis, omnis ordinis, utriusque sexus etiam, vocantur in periculum, et vocabuntur. Neque civitates tantum, sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis... "
Enchiridion fontium historiae ecclesiasticae antiquae - Page 23
by Konrad Kirch - 1923 - 644 pages
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Römische Kaisergeschichte und Kirchengeschichte

Wilhelm Weber - Christianity and other religions - 1928 - 74 pages
...übertreibt Plinius, wenn er an seinen Herrn erschreckt und doch als hochmütiger Römer berichtet : neque civitates tantum sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est? Ich glaube es nicht. Denn Teile der Bevölkerung, unbefriedigte Gruppen, werden von der Mission wie...
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The Apostolic Fathers [patres Apostolici]

810 pages
...enim omnis aetatis, omnis ordinis, utriusque sexus etiam, vocantur in periculum et vocabuntur. Neque civitates tantum sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est ; quae videtur 10 sisti et corrigi posse. Certe satis constat prope iam desolata templa coepisse celebrari et sacra...
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Patristic Evidence for Jewish-Christian Sects

Albertus Frederik Johannes Klijn, G. J. Reinink - Religion - 1973 - 528 pages
...decided to write to Trajan because so many people were involved: Ñeque civitates tantum, sed vicos edam atque agros superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est; quae videtur sisti et corrigi posse. 6 Pliny's letter indicates that there was no official policy against this new superstitio. Trajan fullheartedly...
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Wirtschaft und Ethik in theologischer Perspektive

Udo Kern - Business ethics - 2002 - 244 pages
...enim omnis aetatis, omnis ordinis, utriusque sexus etiam vocantur in periculum et vocabuntur. neque civitates tantum, sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis...pervagata est; quae videtur sisti et corrigi posse. 10 certe satis constat prope iam desolata templa coepisse celebrari et sacra sollemnia diu intermissa...
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Ortsbestimmung der Gegenwart: eine universalgeschichtliche Kulturkritik

Alexander Rüstow - 2003 - 770 pages
...hatte, und wenn überhaupt, so erst von da aus auch aufs Land übergriff. (Plin. ep. X 96: „neque civitates tantum sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est".) 3 Hermann Schnitzler: Mittelalter und Antike, München 1948. Es wäre interessant, das sich jung oder...
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Iustini Martyris Apologiae Pro Christianis. Iustini Martyris Dialogus Cum ...

Saint Justin (Martyr) - Religion - 2005 - 590 pages
...Constit. apost. 2.59.3 et al. 6 — 7 <TCOV> KOTO TroÂeis f| àypoùç psvovTCOV: cf. Plinii Ep. 10.96.9 Ñeque civitates tantum, sed vicos etiam atque agros superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est; Tertull. Apolog. 37.4 Hesterni sumus, et vestra omnia implevimus, urbes, Ínsulas, castella, municipia,...
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The Canon of the Holy Scriptures: Examined in the Light of History

Louis Gaussen - Bible - 1862 - 476 pages
...of this superstition is spread; it is also in the villages, and even the rural districts (neque enim civitates tantum, sed vicos etiam atque agros, superstitionis istius contagio pervagata est)." In a word, this great fact which we point out is constantly produced by all the ancient apologists...
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