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[Footnotes]
1
Gregory of Nyssa, Vita Gregorii Thaumaturgi, in PG 46.893-957
Gregory Thaumaturgus, Panegyric, in H. Crouzel, SChr 148 (1969)
J. G. C. Anderson, A Journey of Exploration in Pontus (Brussels 1903)
F. and E. Cumont, Voyage d'exploration archéologique dans le Pont et la petite Arménie (Brussels 1906)
J. G. C. Anderson, F. Cumont, H. Grégoire, edd., Recueil des inscriptions grecques et latines de Pont et de l'Arménie (fasc. 1 only, Brussels 1910).
H. Telfer, HThR 29 (1936) 240
2
J. Modrzejewski, "Grégoire le Thaumaturge et le droit romain: A propos d'une édition récente," RD 49 (1971) 313-24
Dagron, RH 241 (1969) 23-56.
3
Paneg. 5.71.
P. Nautin, Origène, sa vie et son oeuvre (Paris 1977) 183-97
4
Paneg. 5.48-50.
5
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 14-22
V. Ryssel, Gregorius Thaumaturgus. Sein Leben und seine Schiften (1880) 12-19
P. Koetschau, Des Gregorios Thaumaturgos Dank- rede an Origenes (Freiburg 1894) viii-xxi.
6
Vita 944B-D, 948C
F. Millar, The Emperor in the Roman World (London 1977) 566- 68.
7
PG 10.1020-48
D. Magie, Roman Rule in Asia Minor (Princeton 1950), 705-707.
8
Eusebius, HE 7.27-30
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 24-26
Nautin (supra n. 3) 81-86.
Suda Γ .452 (ed. A. Adler, 1. 542-43).
9
A. Knauber, "Das Anliegen der Schule des Origenes zu Cäsarea," Münch TheolZft 19 (1968) 182-203
H. Crouzel, "L'Ecole d'Origène á Césarée: Postscriptum à une édition de Grégoire le Thaumaturge," BLE 71 (1970) 15-27.
10
Survey in Crouzel (supra n. 1) 27-33.
11
K. Baus, Handbook of Church History 1 (Freiburg 1965) 375
E. J. Jonkers, Acta et symbola conciliorum quae saeculo quarto habita sunt (1944) 35-38.
H. Chadwick, The Early Church (London 1967) 112
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 13
12
Basil De spiritu sancto 29 (PG 32.208)
K. Holl, "Das Fortleben der Volkssprachen in Kleinasien in nachchristlicher Zeit," Hermes 43 (1908) 240-54
S. Vryonis, Jr., The Decline of Medieval Hellenism in Asia Minor and the Process of Islamization from the Eleventh through the Fifteenth Century (Berkeley 1971) 42-48.
13
Lucian Saltatio 64.
14
A. D. Nock, Conversion (London 1933) 1-16
S. C. Humphreys, Anthropology and the Greeks (London 1978) 20-21.
15
Paneg. 5.50.
16
Vita 909B, 924C-D, 941A
Basil De spiritu sancto 74 (PG 32.205).
17
A. Momigliano, "Popular Religious Beliefs and the Late Roman Historians," in Popu- lar Belief and Practice, ed. G. J. Cuming and D. Baker, Studies in Church History 8 (Cambridge 1972) 1-18
P. Brown, The Cult of the Saints (Chicago 1981) 12-22.
18
T. Mitford, "Studia Pontica III Fascicle 2—Sixty Years of Progress," in Acta of the Fifth International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Cam- bridge 1967 (Oxford 1971) 377-80.
19
J. Daniélou, "La Chronologie des sermons de Grégoire de Nysse," RSR 29 (1955) 346-72
J. Bernardi, La Prédication des pères Cappadociens (Paris 1968) 308
P. Maraval, Grégoire de Nysse, Vie de Sainte Macrine, SChr 178 (Paris 1971) 57-67.
20
H. Delehaye, Les Passions des martyrs et les genres littéraires (2nd ed. Brussels 1966) 133-69
Les Légendes hagiographiques (3rd ed. Brussels 1927) 93
21
Delehaye, Passions, (supra n. 20) 138-41.
22
Vita 901A, 905B, 924D-925B, 928A-B, 932D-933A, 933D.
H. Hilgenfeld, "Die Vita Gregor's des Wunderthäters und die syrischen Acta Martyrum et Sanctorum," ZfwissensTheol 41 (1898) 452-56
P. Devos, "Le Manteau partagé: Un thème hagiographique en trois de ses variantes," AB 93 (1975) 157-63.
23
Vita 901C, 913B, 925D, 949A
In Basilium fratrem, PG 46.789B, 808D-813A.
24
J. Daniélou, SChr 1 (3rd ed. 1968)
J. Daniélou, L'Etre et le temps chez Grégoire de Nysse (Leiden 1970) 1-17.
25
Vita Moysis 1.15, 2.319.
26
Philostratus V. soph. 491
27
Encomium in XL martyres I (PG 46.757A-C
L. Méridier, L'Influence de la seconde sophistique sur l'oeuvre de Grégoire de Nysse (Paris 1906).
28
M. Simon, "Les saints d'Israël dans la dévotion de l'église ancienne," RHPhR 34 (1954) 98-127.
29
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 21.
30
Vita Moysis 2.320.
31
A. J. Festugière, "Lieux communs littéraires et thèmes de folk-lore dans l'hagiog- raphie primitive," WS 73 (1960) 123-52
Delehaye, Légendes (supra n. 20) 58-59
32
P. Koetschau, "Zur Lebensgeschichte Gregors des Wunderthäters," ZfwissenTheol 41 (1898) 211-50
V. Ryssel, "Eine syrische Lebensgeschichte des Gregorius Thauma- turgus," TheolSchweiz 11 (1894) 228-54.
W. Telfer, "The Latin Life of St. Gregory Thaumaturgus," JThS 31 (1930) 142-55, 354-63
P. Devos, "Deux oeuvres méconnues de Pierre sous-diacre de Naples au Xe siècle: la Vie de S. Grégoire le Thaumaturge et la Passion de Ste. Restitute," AB 76 (1958) 336-53
H. G. Evelyn White, The Monasteries of the Wadi'n Natrûn. Part 1: New Coptic Texts from the Monastery of Saint Macarius (New York 1926) 144-56
M. van Esbroeck, "Fragments sahidiques du Panégyrique de Grégoire le Thaumaturge par Grégoire de Nysse," OLP 6/7(1975/76) 555-68.
33
Origen Philocalia 13
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 84-92
Nautin (supra n. 3) 155-61
E. Junod, "Remarques sur la composition de la "Philocalie" d'Origène par Basile de Césarée et Grégoire de Nazianze," RHPhR 52 (1972) 149-56.
34
Basil Ep. 210
Y. Courtonne, in the Budé Saint Basile, Lettres 2 (1961) 195)
H. Crouzel, "Grégoire le Thaumaturge et le 'Dialogue avec Elien'," RecSciRel 51 (1963) 422-31.
35
Jerome De vir. illus. 65
Rufinus, HE 7.28.2 (GCS 9, p. 955).
36
Socrates, HE 4.27.
37
L. Froidevaux, "Le Symbole de Saint Grégoire le Thauma- turge," ResSciRel 19 (1929) 193-247
A. Grillmeier, Christ in Christian Tradition 1, trans. J. Bowden (2nd ed. London 1975) 232-38
L. Abramowski, "Das Bekenntnis des Gregor Thaumaturgus bei Gregor von Nyssa und das Problem seiner Echtheit," ZKG 87 (1976) 145-66
38
Ep. 207 (PG 32.765C).
39
Ep. 204 (PG 32.752-53)
Gregory of Nyssa, Vita Macrinae (PG 46.980C-981A)
40
Basil Epp. 28, 210.
41
De spiritu sancto 74 (PG 32.205-207).
42
infra n. 124.
43
Vita 909B-C.
44
W. Telfer, HThR 29 (1936) 235.
45
Ryssel (supra n. 32) 241-54
Hilgenfeld (supra n. 22) 452-56.
46
HE 7.28.2 (GCS 9, p. 953)
J. E. L. Oulton, "Rufinus's Translation of the Church His- tory of Eusebius," JThS 30 (1929) 150-74.
47
A. R. C. Leaney and R. Davidson, The Pelican Guide to Modern The- ology. Vol. 3: Biblical Criticism (London) 252-65
J. G. Gager, "The Gospels and Jesus: Some Doubts about Method," JR 54 (1974) 244-72.
48
F. F. Bruce, This Is That: The New Testament Development of Some Old Testament Themes (Exeter 1968).
49
J. Vansina, Oral Tradition (English trans. London 1965) 78
B. Malinowski, "Myth in Primitive Psychology," in Magic, Science and Religion, and Other Essays (Boston 1948) 93-148.
50
J. Bernardi (supra n. 19) 311
51
Ep. 207.
52
StudPont 3, no. 80
53
StudPont 3, no. 145a
H. Grégoire, "Rapport sur un voyage d'exploration dans le Pont et en Cappadoce," BCH 33 (1909), no. 2, [Unrepresented Characters]
54
R. G. Collingwood, The Idea of History (Oxford 1946) 20.
55
B. Otis, "Gregory of Nyssa and the Cappadocian Conception of Time," StPatr 14 (= TU 117) (1976) 327-57.
56
J. Fon- taine, Sulpice Sévère, Vie de Saint Martin, SChr 133 (1967) 184
E. Patlagean, "Ancienne hagiographie byzantine et histoire et histoire sociale," AnnESC 23 (1968) 106-125.
57
D. Lee, quoted in T. Hawkes, Structuralism and Semiotics (Berkeley 1977) 32
58
D. Henige, "Oral Tradition and Chronology," JAH 12 (1971) 371-89
59
S. MacCormack, "Change and Continuity in Late Antiquity: The Ceremony of Adven- tus," Historia 21 (1972) 721-52.
61
StudPont 3, no. 103 (=IGRR3.103).
62
P. Moraux, Une Imprécation funéraire à Néocésarée (Paris 1959)
SEG 18.561
StudPont 3, nos. 30, 35a, 35e, 38, etc.
63
StudPont 3, no. 70b
64
897A, with Vita Moysis 2.317.
65
T. R. S. Broughton, ESAR 4 (1938) 601-602
L. Robert, BCH 102 (1978) 395-408
StudPont 3, no. 139.
66
Firmilian ap. Cyprian Ep. 75.10.
67
Vita 924B
Basil Ep. 28 (PG 32.305C).
68
C. Lévi-Strauss, Structural Anthropology (English trans. New York 1963) 229.
69
A. Momigliano, "Historicism Revisited," in Essays in Ancient and Modern Historiography (Middletown 1977) 369.
70
J. Pelikan, The Christian Tradition, vol. 1 (Chicago 1971) 52-54, 132-41, 172f., 226f.
71
H. Crouzel, "La Passion de l'Impassible. Un Essai apologétique et polémique du IIIe siècle," in Mélanges . . . H. de Lubac 1 (1963) 269-79
L. Abramowski, "Die Schrift Gregors des Lehrers "Ad Theopompum" und Philoxenus von Mabbug," ZKG 89 (1978) 273-90
72
Crouzel (supra n. 1) 46-53, 73-78.
73
StudPont 3, no. 86
A. D. Nock, "Orphism or Popular Philosophy?" in Essays on Religion and the Ancient World 1 (Harvard 1972) 503-515.
74
K. Burridge, New Heaven, New Earth (New York 1969) 154-55.
75
Lévi-Strauss's comment on the (non-) effects of translation may be relevant here: "The mythical value of the myth is preserved even through the worst translation": (supra n. 68) 210.
76
J. Pouillon, "Structuralism: A Definitional Essay," in Structuralism and Biblical Herme- neutics, trans. A. M. Johnson, Jr. (1979) 52.
J. Starobinski, "The Gerasene Demoniac: A Literary Analysis of Mark 5:1-20," in Structural Analysis and Biblical Exegesis, trans. A. M. Johnson, Jr. (Pittsburgh 1974) 81-84.
77
B. R. Wilson, in Rationality, ed. B. R. Wilson (Oxford 1970) xi.
78
Magie (supra n. 7) 139-42, 179-82, 369-71
A. H. M. Jones, The Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces (2nd ed. Oxford 1971) 147-73
T. R. S. Broughton, "New Evidence on Temple-Estates in Asia Minor," in Studies . . . A. C. Johnson, ed. P. R. Coleman-Norton (Princeton 1951) 236-50
H. Kreissig, "Hellenistische Grundbesitzver- hältniss im oströmischen Kleinasien," JWG (1967, Teil 1) 200-206.
79
V. soph. 515.
80
StudPont 3, no. 3 (=IGRR 3.1436).
81
A. Stein, "Zur sozialen Stellung der provinzialen Oberpriester," in EΠ/TYMBION H. Swoboda dargebracht (Reichenberg 1927) 300-311
Magie (supra n. 7) 1302 n. 64.
82
IGRR 3.79, 107, and 115 (= L. Robert, Les Gladiateurs dans l'Orient grec [Paris 1940] no. 75).
83
IGRR 3.115.
84
IGRR 3.88, 90 (+ 1435).
85
J. Deininger, Die Provinziallandtage der römischen Kaiserzeit (Munich 1965) 41-50, 64-66.
86
IGRR 3.1427
IGRR 3.87
E. Kalinka, "Aus Bithynien und Umgegend," JOEAI 28 (1933) Beiblatt, col. 70
IGRR 3.116
G. de Jerphanion and L. Jala- bert, "Inscriptions d'Asie Mineure (Pont, Cappadoce, Cilicie)," MUB 3 (1908) fasc. 7, no. 16.
87
StudPont 3, no. 9.
88
StudPont 3, no. 123.
89
StudPont 3, no. 258.
90
StudPont 3, no. 109 (= Robert [supra n. 82] no. 77).
91
Strabo 12.3.38
StudPont 3, nos. 24-25
G. E. Bean, TTKBelleten 17 (1953) 172-75.
Strabo 14.1.44
92
StudPont 2, 171-84; III, nos. 140-43.
93
StudPont 3, no. 189.
94
StudPont 2, 203.
95
T. B. Mitford, "The God Pylon in Eastern Pontus," Byzantion 36 (1966) 471-90.
96
Athanasius De incarnatione 47.
97
Gregory of Nyssa De S. Theodoro (PG 46.744A).
98
IGRR 3.90(+ 1435).
99
StudPont 3, nos. 141, 142.
100
StudPont 3, no. 143.
101
IGRR 3.69 (+ 1419), 95.
102
StudPont 3, no. 103 (=IGRR 3.103, no. 189)
L. Robert, "Un Juriste romain dans une inscription de Beroia," Hellenica 5 (1948) 28-34.
103
Vita 908B
Philostratus V. soph. 531-32, 539-40.
104
Vita 905D-908A
J. A. R. Munro, "Roads in Pontus, Royal and Roman," JHS 21 (1901) 52-66.
105
Strabo 12.3.36
StudPont 3, pp. 202-204
106
Vita 908B
IGRR 3.1427.
107
Vita 908A
StudPont 2, 203.
108
Vita 908B
IGRR 3.115.
109
StudPont 3, no. 65.
110
K. Burridge (supra n. 74) 111.
111
Eusebius, HE 5.16.7-10.
W. M. Calder, "Philadelphia and Montanism," BRL 7 (1922/23) 309-354
E. Gibson, The "Christians for Christians" Inscriptions of Phrygia (Harvard 1978) esp. 125-44.
112
Comm. in Daniel. 4.19 (GCS 1, pp. 232-34).
113
C. Panagopoulos, "Vocabulaire et mentalité dans les Moralia de Plutarque," DHA 3 (1977) 197-235
Plutarch as "le porte-parole d'une couche sociale soucieuse avant tout de stabilité" (p. 206)
C. P. Jones, The Roman World of Dio Chrysostom (Harvard 1978) 89-91, 100-103.
114
Philostratus V. soph. 525.
115
P. Brown, The Making of Late Antiquity (Harvard 1978) 43-44.
116
A. H. M. Jones, "The Social Background of the Struggle between Paganism and Chris- tianity," in The Conflict between Paganism and Christianity in the Fourth Century, ed. A. Momigliano (Oxford 1963) 17-37.
117
Gregory of Nazianzus Orat. 18.12 (PG 35.1000B)
M. M. Hauser-Meury, Prosopographie zu den Schriften Gregors von Nazianz (Bonn 1960) 88-90.
118
Sozomen, HE 5.15.
119
Julian Ep. 22 (Wright) = Sozomen, HE 5.16.
120
H. Grégoire, Recueil des inscriptions grecques chrétiennes d'Asie Mineure, fasc. 1 (Paris 1922) no. 100
A. Schulten, "Zwei Erlasse des Kaisers Valens über die Provinz Asia," JOEAI 9 (1906) 61-70.
121
T. A. Kopeček, "The Social Class of the Cappadocian Fathers," ChHist 42 (1973) 453-66.
122
Vita 937C
Philostratus V. soph. 594
123
Rufinus, HE 7.28.2 (GCS9, p. 955).
124
StudPont 3, nos. 9, 258
Vita 893C
Basil De spiritu sancto 74 (PG 32.205B, 207A).
125
V. Turner, The Ritual Process (Chicago 1969) 103.
126
Procopius Hist. bell. 1.17.18
F. W. Deichmann, RLAC 2 (1954) 1228-41.
127
StudPont 3, no. 20.
128
Jerome V. Hilarionis 20 (PL 23.36-38).
129
Robert (supra n. 82) 257-58.
130
StudPont 2, p. 116
G. E. Bean, TTKBelleten 17 (1953) no. 12 (= SEG 13.540)
131
Sozomen, HE 7.27
E. W. Brooks, trans., The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of Antioch 2.2 (1904) 393
W. Telfer, "The Cultus of St. Gregory Thaumaturgus," HThR 29 (1936) 225-344.
132
Ep. 207 (PG 32.763B)
De spiritu sancto 74 (PG 32.208A).
133
Ep. 204.
134
De spiritu sancto 74.
135
T. A. Kopeček, "The Cappadocian Fathers and Civic Patriotism," ChHist 43 (1974) 293-303.
136
Gregory of Nyssa De S. Theodoro (PG 46.736-48)
H. Delehaye, "Euchaïta et la légende de S. Théodore," in Anatolian Studies . . . W. M. Ramsay, ed. W. H. Buckler and W. M. Calder (Manchester 1923) 129-34.
137
Gregory of Nyssa, Encomium in XL martyres 1, 2 (PG 46.749-88).
138
Palladius Dial. de vita S. Joannis Chrysostomi (ed. Coleman-Norton, p. 67).
139
StudPont 3, no. 134
H. Delehaye, "Les Femmes stylites," AB 27 (1908) 391-92.
140
Ep. 28 (PG 32.305B).
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