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see also Formula of Union Cyril ofJerusalem 76-7, 301, 576

and baptism 501, 504, 512, 523, 540, 706

and liturgy 603-4

and monasticism 653

and private reading of scripture 618

Damasus of Rome (366-84) 14, 29-30, 39 and church building 25-6, 218, 702 and martyrs' cults 552, 575 and pre-eminence of Rome 24-7, 356 and Roman aristocracy 211, 215 and theology 27, 440 Datius of Milan 21 De Lange, Nicholas 161 deification 271-4, 275, 446, 455, 624 Demophilus of Constantinople 54 devotion, lay 531-45

and almsgiving 535, 536, 570, 571 and place 532-45 church 536-41 home 533-6 tomb see also martyrs; saints Dhu Nuwwas (Arabian king) 142, 154 Diadochus of Photice 577 Diatessaron (Tatian) 123, 128,129, 282 Didache 124, 387, 603, 609, 700 Didascalia apostolorum 387, 603 Didymus the Blind 27, 103, 104, 574, 627 Diocletian, Eastern Emperor (284-305) administrative reforms 349, 351 multiple courts and capitals 345, 350 persecutions 70, 74, 126,186,191, 234, 418

and ruler cult 549

Diodore of Tarsus 101,129, 487 and Apollinarius 475-7, 480 and Cyril of Alexandria 477 and literalism 92-3, 318, 622 as teacher 574 Dionysius of Alexandria 394 Dionysius the Areopagite 513, 521, 642 Dionysius Exiguus 41, 396-7, 399, 587 Dionysius of Milan 12 Dioscoros of Alexandria and Chalcedon 18, 90, 94,140, 379, 488, 490 and Flavian of Constantinople 90, 355 and Miaphysitism 15 and Robber Council 15, 89, 325, 378 Diospolis, Council (415) 375 discipline and penance 580-2, 587, 588 divination in Asia 198, 205 in Egypt 180-2 divinisation ofhuman nature 496 divorce 586, 587, 588 Donatism 40, 233-5, 240, 304-5 and bishops 44, 232, 234, 238, 344 and catholicity 374, 375 and celebration of Christmas 615 and Council of Arles 41-5, 391 and councils 374-5 Donatus of Carthage 42, 43, 234, 304, 372 dreams 543 dualism in Antiochene Christology 479 in Manichaeism 282-4, 287, 290, 292, 308,

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