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According to the Liber Pontificalis, Zosimus was a Greek and his father's name was Abram.
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According to Crowley in " Liber O ", success in this technique is signaled by physical exhaustion and " though only by the student himself is it perceived, when he hears the name of the God vehemently roared forth, as if by the concourse of ten thousand thunders ; and it should appear to him as if that Great Voice proceeded from the Universe, and not from himself.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Linus was an Italian from Tuscany ( though his name is Greek ) and born in Volterra, and his father's name was Herculanus.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, it was Alexander I who inserted the narration of the Last Supper ( the Qui pridie ) into the Catholic celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Marcellus divided the territorial administration of the Church into twenty-five districts ( tituli ), appointing over each a presbyter, who saw to the preparation of the catechumens for baptism and directed the performance of public penances.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Miltiades was African, although McBrien states he was probably Roman.
According to the Liber Diurnus Romanorum Pontificum, he obtained from the Emperor a decree which either abolished imperial confirmations altogether or made them obtainable from the Exarch of Ravenna.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, in 720 Pope Gregory sent to Odo, Duke of Aquitaine, “ three blessed sponges / baskets of bread ”.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, he was Greek by birth ; however this is uncertain, and is disputed by modern western historians arguing that the authors of Liber Pontificalis confused him with that of the contemporary author Xystus who was Greek student of Pythagoreanism.
According to his biographer in the Liber Pontificalis, Innocent was the son of a man called Innocens of Albano, but according to his contemporary Jerome, his father was Pope Anastasius I ( 399 – 401 ), whom he was called by the unanimous voice of the clergy and laity to succeed ( he had been born before his father's entry to the clergy ).
According to the notice in the Liber Pontificalis, Felix erected a basilica on the Via Aurelia ; the same source also adds that he was buried there.
According to Liber Pontificalis, Anicetus decreed that priests are not allowed to have long hair ( perhaps because the Gnostics wore long hair ).
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Marcellinus was buried on 26 April 304 in the cemetery of Priscilla, on the Via Salaria, 25 days after his martyrdom ; the Liberian Catalogue gives as the date 25 October.
According to the account in the Liber Pontificalis, Symmachus bestowed the See on Laurentius " guided by sympathy ", but the " Laurentian Fragment " states that Laurentius " was severely threatened and cajoled, and forcibly despatched " to Nuceria.
According to the Liber pontificalis on 20 November, while the pope was celebrating the Feast of St. Cecilia in the Church of St. Cecilia in Trastevere, and before the service was fully ended, he was ordered by the imperial official Anthimus to start at once on the journey to Constantinople.
According to Livy, the dictator A. Postumius vowed games ( ludi ) and a joint public temple to a Triad of Ceres, Liber and Libera on Rome's Aventine Hill, c. 496 BC.
According to Raymond Brown's introduction of his edition Epistle of John, the source of the Comma Johanneum, a brief interpolation in the First Epistle of John, known since the fourth century, appears to be the Latin Liber Apologeticus by Priscillian.
According to the Liber historiae Francorum, during the reign of Chlothar III the mayor Erchinoald of Neustria died.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, it was first used in the first half of the fourth century, although Tertullian wrote an essay no later than 220 AD titled De Pallio ( On the Pallium ).
According and Pontificalis
According to the statement of the Liber Pontificalis, an ostiary named Romanus suffered martyrdom in 258 at the same time as St. Lawrence.
Eulalius is said to have subsequently become a bishop under Celestine I According to the Liber Pontificalis, Eulalius was deposed by a synod of 52 bishops and sent to Campania ; then, when Boniface died in 422, the people and clergy of Rome petitioned him to be the new Pope, but Eulalius refused their offer.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Boniface forced the clergy who had nominated Dioscorus to sign a retraction and condemn his memory.
According to the account in the Liber Pontificalis, Symmachus bestowed the see on Laurentius " guided by sympathy ", but the " Laurentian Fragment " states that Laurentius " was severely threatened and cajoled, and forcibly despatched " to Nuceria.
According to the Liber Pontificalis partisans of Theodore and Paschal seized different parts of the Lateran, and as each were unwilling to give way to the other they were locked in combat for control of the entire basilica.
According to the Liber Pontificalis partisans of Paschal and Theodore seized different parts of the Lateran, and as each were unwilling to give way to the other they were locked in combat for control of the entire basilica.
According and Zosimus
According to the sixth century Byzantine scholar Zosimus, " Honorius wrote letters to the cities in Britain, bidding them to guard themselves.
According to the historian Zosimus, the army officers were those responsible for distributing an anonymous tract expressing complaints against Constantius as well as fearing for Julian's ultimate fate.
According to Zosimus, Fravitta was responsible for having " freed the entire East, from Cilicia to Phoenicia and Palestine, from the plague of brigands ".
According to Zosimus, Eudoxia started her life in Constantinople as a household member of Promotus, magister militum of the Eastern Roman Empire.
According to Zosimus, he was survived by his widow Marsa and two sons who were raised alongside the sons and co-emperors of Theodosius I.
According to Zosimus, the revolts of Pacatianus in Moesia ( he probably controlled Viminacium ) and Iotapianus in Syria prompted Philip to make an offer to the Roman Senate to step down, but the senator Decius ( who was sent by Philip to deal with the rebellion ), correctly predicted that Pacatianus the Great would soon be killed by his own men before his own arrival.
According to Ammianus Marcellinus, Zosimus and Philostorgius, Justina was living near Sirmium by the time she was widowed.
According to the account of Zosimus, Justina arranged for Galla to appear in tears before Theodosius and appeal to his compassion.
According to Zosimus, after receiving the order of dismissal from Valentinian II, Arbogast states " You have neither given me my command nor will you be able to take it away ," and promptly threw the order to the ground and walked out.