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Methodius, of Olympus, Saint, -311


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  • Variants

    • Euboulios, Saint, -311
    • Eubulius, Saint, -311
    • Eubulus, Methodius, -311
    • Méthode, d'Olympe, Saint, -311
    • Méthode Eubule, of Olympus, Saint, -311
    • Methodius, von Olympus, Saint, -311
    • Methudius, of Olympus, Saint, -311
    • Metodi, of Olympus, Saint, -311
    • Metodio, of Olympus, Saint, -311
    • Metody, z Olimpu, -311
  • Additional Information

    • Death Date

        0311
    • Descriptor

        Saint
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Olympos (Turkey : Extinct city)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Methodius, of Olympus, Saint, d. 311
    • Methodius, Saint, Bp. of Olympus, d. ca. 311
  • Sources

    • found: Uczta, 1980:t.p. (Metody z Olimpu)
    • found: LC data base, 6/6/83(hdg.: Methodius, Saint, Bp. of Olympus, d. ca. 311)
    • found: Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th edition, 1977:v. 6, p. 840 (Methodius of Olympus, d. 311)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia:volume 9, page 742 (Methodius of Olympus, St., died ca. 300, ecclesiastical author)
    • found: L'esegesi biblica di Metodio di Olimpo, 1985.
    • found: Die syrische Apokalypse des Pseudo-Methodius, 1993
    • found: BN(Méthode Eubule, évêque d'Olympus et de Patara, puis de Tyr)
    • found: Die Theologie des Methodius von Olympus, 1903.
    • found: Les idées morales et religieuses de Méthode d'Olympe, 1929.
    • found: BM(hdg.: Methodius, Saint, successively Bishop of Olympus and of Patara, and of Tyre; refs.: Methudius; Eubulus, Methodius; gen. refs.: Metodi, Metodio)
    • found: InU manual files(refs.: Eubulius, Euboulios)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition:volume 9, page 563 (Methodius of Olympus, St.; third-century ecclesiastical author; died probably a martyr at Chalcis, Greece; ancient sources offer contradictory details with respect to the sees he held and his martyrdom; also called Eubulius; Platonizing Christian teacher, possibly also a bishop and martyr, who exercised his ministry in the cities of Lycia, Olympus, Patara, and Termessus)
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