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us: Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356



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    • us: Anbā Anṭūnīyūs, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6
    • us: Anthony the Abbot, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Anthony, the Great, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Anthony, the Hermit, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antoine, le Grand, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antoine, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antoniĭ Velikiĭ, Svi͡atoi, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antonio, Saint, Abbot, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antonius, der Eremit, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antonius Magnus, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antonius, the Great, Saint
    • us: Antonius, the Great, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antony, of Egypt, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antony, Saint, Abbot, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Antony, the Great, Saint, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: Qiddīs Anṭūnīyūs, approximately 250-355 or 356
    • us: قديس مصر أنطونيوس
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    • Anthony, of Egypt, Saint, ca. 250-355 or 6
    • Antonius, the Great, Saint
  • Sources

    • found: Hello, C. Saint Antoine, le Grand, 1873.
    • found: Encycl. Brit., 1977 (Anthony of Egypt, Saint, c250-355)
    • found: Encycl. Amer., 1978 (Anthony, Saint, c250-356)
    • found: New Cath. Encycl. (Anthony of Egypt, St.)
    • found: Lupinetti, D. Sant'Antonio abate, 1960: t.p. (Sant'Antonio abate)
    • found: Abt-Baechi, R. Der Heilige und das Schwein, 1983: t.p. (Antonius des Eremiten)
    • found: Rasāʼil al-Qiddīs Anṭūnīyūs al-ʻishrūn, 2001.
    • found: Google search, 2006-03-14 (Anthony the Abbot; b. 251 in Egypt; d. 356)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed November 14, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Anthony, the Great; anchoritic monk; born c. BCE 251 in Egypt; his final retreat was to a remote mountain in the inner desert, to the southeast of the Nile Delta and a short distance from the Red Sea; other monks, acolytes, clergymen, and petitioning villagers continued to seek him out for guidance; became the most famous anchorite of Late Antiquity; traveled to Alexandria to support the Christians who had been jailed; he was unique in combining the concept of the village holy person with the idea of desert retreat from the Old and New Testaments; his example influenced the establishment of cenobitic monastic institutions in the upper Nile valley; refused ordination and an invitation to visit the emperor Constantius; his feast days are 17 January in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches and 30 January in the Coptic Church; died B.C.E.0356)
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    • 1980-08-25: new
    • 2015-03-20: revised
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