Basil of Caesarea, christian, humanist, ascetic: a by Saint Basil (Bishop of Caesarea), Paul Jonathan Fedwick,

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According to Bernardi, La prédication, p. 86. probably delivered 7 September 372. Feast of the Cappadocian Saint St. Eupsychius. 40 Feast 3 January (BHG" 703): according to Bernardi, La prédication, p. 80. preached on that day or in the spring of 373. 41 In Ayion Oros MMI. 650. a. 1626/1627, for Tuesday of Cheese-week. But this is very unusual. According to Bernardi, La prédication, p. 80, with HIul. [5] delivered ca. 372. 42 Inseparable companion of the following, ordinarily for the first week of Lent (Sunday.

79], 371-372 Winter: EAth. [82]. ENeoc. ec. [28]. ΕAnc. [29], EEust. [119]. 371-372 or 372-373 Winter: 73 Valens arrives in Caesarea. 6 January: Meeting between the emperor and Basil. 372 74 Eltal. [242]. Before easter: EOccid. [90]. EVal. ep. [91]. Eltal. [92]. EMel. [89]. Early spring: EEus. [34]. After 7 September: EGNaz. 7S EHel. [94]. EGNaz. 76 EAth. [80]. £7V'. //7. [259]. EPaion. [134], £YJ>f'o

1 wish to thank J. Gribomont, G. Mazzanti, and B. Treucker for helpful suggestions towards the setting of the present chronology. 2 L. S. Le Nain de Tillemont, Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire ecclésiastique des six premiers siècles, 9 (Paris 1703) 1-304; 628-691. See J. Gribomont. "Notes biographiques" pp. 22-23 below. 3 P. Maran, Vila S. xxvii. Gribomont, "Notes biographiques," pp. 22-23 below. 4 F. Loofs, Zur Chronologie der Briefe des Basilius von Caesarea (Halle 1898). 5 H. Lietzmann, Apoliinaris von Laodicea und seine Schule (Tübingen 1904) pp.

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