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Sabas, Saint, 439-532


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    • Heilige Sabas, Saint, 439-532
    • Sabas-le-Grand, Saint, 439-532
    • Sabas, the Enlightened of Jerusalem, Saint, 439-532
    • Sabas, the Enlightened, Saint, 439-532
    • Sabas the Enlightened, Saint, 439-532
    • Sabbas, Saint, 439-532
    • Sava Osveshtenȳī, Saint, 439-532
    • Sava, Osveshtenȳī, Saint, 439-532
    • Savva, Ōsshtennȳī, Saint, 439-532
    • Savva Ōsshtennȳī, Saint, 439-532
    • Savva, Osvi︠a︡shchennyĭ, Saint, 439-532
    • Savva Osvi︠a︡shchennyĭ, Saint, 439-532
    • Savva, Saint, 439-532
    • סבאס, 934־235
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    • Birth Date

        0439
    • Death Date

        0532
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        Saint
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  • Sources

    • found: Sabas, leader of Palestinian monasticism, c1994.
    • found: LC PreMARC file(hdg.: Sabas, Saint, 439-532
    • found: New Cath. encyc.:v. 13, p. 286-7 (Sabbas (Sabas), Saint, hermit, b. at Mutalaska in Cappadocia in 439, d. 12-05-532. He came to Jerusalem in 456 and founded in 483 the Laura Mar Saba south-east of Jerusalem. He was appointed an archimandrite of Palestine in 494. He may have written the 'Typicon S, Sabæ' but authorship is doubtful. His feast day is on 5 Dec.)
    • found: Biographical dictionary of the Saints, 1924:p. 876 (Sabas, abbot, b. at Mutalasca in Cappadocia of noble parents, he fled to Palestine in 456 where he lived as a hermit, and eventually founded his Laura Mar Saba in 483. He was ordained priest in 491 and made archimandrite in Palestine. He opposed both the Monophysites and the Origenists. He died on 12-05-532)
    • found: Russian Brockhaus:v. 28, p. 25 (article under Savva: the name of certain Saints. Savva Osvi︠a︡shchennyĭ, d. 532, born in Kappadokīe. Fled to Palestine where he lived as a hermit; and founded a monastery (Lavra) there in 484 which served as a center for Orthodoxy in the east. He wrote a "Bogosluzhebnyĭ ustav" (Tipik) which is known by the name of Īerusalimskīĭ)
    • found: LC in OCLC, 08-30-95(hdg.: Sabas, Saint, 439-532; usages: St. Sabas the Enlightened (of Jerusalem), Heilige Sabas, Sabas-le-Grand, Savi Osveshtenago)
    • found: Zhitīe i podvigi prepodobnagō ott︠s︡a nashegō Savvy Ōsshtennagō, 1864:t.p. (Savvy Ōsshtennago)
    • found: Book of Saints, c1966:p. 621 (Sabbas (St) Ab., 439-532. A Cappadocian who fled to Palestine where he lived as a hermit for many years. He was appointed archimandrite over all the Palestinian houses and in that capacity played a prominent part in the campaign against the Eutychian heresy. He is regarded as one of the founders of Eastern Monachism)
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    • 1993-12-23: new
    • 2013-03-18: revised
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