Pepouza and Tymion : the discovery and archaeological exploration of a lost ancient city and an imperial estate /
Early Christianity varied in appearance as much as the geography and terrain of the ancient Middle East. Often "variety" became pitted against "orthodoxy." Montanism, or the New Prophecy, was founded by a Phrygian named Montanus along with two ecstatic prophetesses, Maximilla and...
|Main Author:||Tabbernee, William, 1944-|
|Other Authors:||Lampe, Peter, 1954-|
Berlin ; New York :
W. de Gruyter,
Pepouza and Tymion.
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|Check holdings at Paniza Library, AUBG||Call Number:||
DS156.P37 T33 2008eb