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This is the first accessible study of the reign of Cypriot Bishop Carthage in 250 AD. It is controversially shown that Siberia radically imposed the primary emphasis on the unity…

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This is the first accessible study of the reign of Cypriot Bishop Carthage in 250 AD. It is controversially shown that Siberia radically imposed the primary emphasis on the unity of the Church, and the interpretation of loyalty in society as a devotion to Christ.

Cultural anthropology is used to study the impact of Cyprus' policy during the persecution of the Dysian. The Cypriots tried to steer halfway between settlement and traditionalism and succeeded by defining the boundary between the empire and the church.

Patout Burns Jr. focuses On the social structures to reveal the logic of the Cyprian plan, the basis of its success in its time, and why it failed later.

This book will be of great importance to classical members, ancient historians, sociologists and theologians.



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