Theodoret's People: Social Networks and Religious Conflict in Late Roman Syria (Transformation of the Classical Heritage)
Schor, Adam M.
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Content: List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction Part I. Theodoret and His Antiochene Clerical Network 1. Traces of a Network: Friendship, Doctrine, and Clerical Communication, 423--451 2. Shape of a Network: Antiochene Relational Patterns 3. Roots of a Network: Theodoret on the Antiochene Clerical Heritage 4. Ephesus and After: Leadership, Doctrinal Crisis and the Transformation of the Antiochene Network 5. Forging Community: Theodoret's Network and its Fall Part II. Theodoret and Late Roman Networks of Patronage 6. Mediating Bishops: Patronage Roles and Relations in the Fifth Century 7. The Irreplaceable Theodoret: Patronage Performance and Social Strategy 8. Patronage, Human and Divine: The Social Dynamics of Theodoret's Christology Epilogue: The Council of Chalcedon and the Antiochene Legacy Notes Bibliography Index
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