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Dura Europos 122,123 Dvin, Council (506) 138,139 Dyophysitism 20, 92-4,104, 306 and Apollinarius 305, 472-3, 475 and Chalcedonian definition 108,138, 306,

and Cyril of Alexandria 487, 495

and East Syrian churches 93,107,108,111,

129,134

and Leontius of Byzantium 101

and Nestorius 96

and Nisibis school and Severus ofAntioch 100

and Tome ofLeo 493-4

see also Theodore of Mopsuestia;

Theodoret of Cyrrhus

East African Christianity 118

sources for 119-20 East Syrian (Nestorian) churches and Antiochene theology 93,107,129, 306 in Asia 143

and Byzantine empire 134 and Council of Chalcedon 108, 111 liturgy 606-8 persecution 112 Easter and baptism 503, 519, 521, 539-40, 603, 614 date 62-3, 367, 369, 370, 391, 614 and liturgical year 614 Eastern Christianities and art and architecture 110

and baptism 505-6, 523, 539

and canon law 386, 393, 396, 587

and cult of relics 559

and diversity 111, 144

and empire 410-12, 416

and Islam 169-70

and literary culture 337-8

and liturgy 536-9, 603-10

and marriage and sexuality 591

and monasticism 637-65

synods and councils 369-74, 390, 391-2, 443

and 'Three Chapters' 20-2, 23,102,104-5

see also Alexandria; Antioch;

Apollinarianism; Constantinople; Dyophysitism; Miaphysitism economy 5th and 6th-century decline 10 Ecumenical Councils 110-11, 268, 367 Fifth (553) see Constantinople, Second

Council First see Nicaea, Council Fourth see Chalcedon, Council Second see Constantinople, first Council Third see Ephesus, Council (431) Edessa and Abgar and Addai traditions 121-2 Christianity in 119,120-2,125-7, 130, 140 and Jewish connections 122 and Manichaeism 286 theological school 133,134, 319, 578 and Thomas traditions 120-1 Edict of Milan (313) 70, 78, 220, 225, 418-19,

421, 693 education in Asia 189

Christian and Jewish 167 classical see paideia, Greek in families 595 female 671 monastic 167, 320 Edwin of Northumbria 67

Egeria (pilgrim) 109, 544 journal 336, 504, 601-2 and liturgy 601-2, 603, 604-5, 614 and Syrian church 121, 505 Egypt construction oflocal religion 182-3 and Council of Chalcedon 91, 94,105,107, 108

and Council of Constantinople (553) 105 and divination 180-2 expulsion ofJews 185 and Hellenic intelligentsia 183-5 landscape and religion 176-8 liturgy 608-10

646, 647-52 and paganism 173-86 and religious identity 175-6 and ritual traditions 178-80 and spiritual life 578 and syncretism 173-5, 182 see also Coptic Christianity Eleusius of Cyzicus 347 Elias of Nisibis, Chronicle 126 elites bureaucratic 212, 224, 346, 349, 351 and burial 718-19, 721 Christianisation 9 and emperor 409

347-9, 350, 410 Frankish 35, 348, 685-6, 688 Italian 19, 25, 26, 28 municipal 211, 224

and patronage 212, 218-24, 227-8, 345,

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