Ward-Perkins, Bryan: The Impact of Christianity

Notes

43 Jones, LRE 91. The pagan Julian, of course, reversed this ruling see p. 542 below.

44 Bulla Regia: Lepelley Cités I.377-8 and II.87. Calama: ibid., II.97-101.

45 Jul. Misop. 362a-b (based on the Loeb translation). And Misop. 357d fox the religion of Antioch’s démos.

46 Amm. Marc. XXII.9.15.

47 Wilken, John Chrysostom and the Jews.

48 See pp. 632-64 below.

49 Seager and Kraabel (1983).

50 Fowden (1978).

51 Ambr. Ep. 40-1.

52 For Italy, see Ward-Perkins, Public Building ch. 5.

53 Aug. Ep. 232.3.

54 Lepelley, Cites 11.130-1.

55 Cassiod., Var. 111.31; Procop. ΒG 1.25.18-25; Jer. Ep. 107.1.

56 Karaeling (1938) 171-264; Zayadine (1986) 16-18.

57 Thomas (1981) 166-80.

58 Constantine’s churches in Rome are discussed in Krautheimer, Rome 3-31.

59 Toynbee and Ward-Perkins (1956) ch. 7.

60 Ibid. 6.

61 Aur. Vict. Caes. XL.26.

62 Ward-Perkins, Public Building 80.

63 Liebeschuetz, Antioch 228-32; Markus, End of Ancient Christianity 107-23.

64 Wightman (1985) 286-91; Esmonde Cleary (1989) 121-4.

65 Jones, LRE 883-94; see pp. 245-7 above.

66 Mango (1985) 35-36.

67 Jones, LRE 886.

68 Dagron, Naissance 459.

69 For Ambrose’s churches, Krautheimer (1983) 77-81, with further references. For Ambrose and relics, see Βrown, Cult of the Saints.

70 The wealth of Rome and other sees, with full references, is discussed by Jones, LRE 904-6.

71 Lepelley, Cites 1.385-8.

72 Downey (1958) 89.

73 Brown, Power and Persuasion 105-8; Ruggini (1986); see pp. 354-5 above.

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