Cassian, John ca. 360-ca. 435

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Cassian, John ca. 360-ca. 435
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Cassianus, Joannes
Kassian, Ioann
Cassien, Jean
Cassianus, Johannes
Cassiano, Giovanni
Johannes, Eremita
Johannes, Massiliensis
Johannes, Cassianus
Casiano, Juan
Cassianus, Joannes
Cassian, Johannes
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Folsom, C. Anger, dejection and acedia in the writings of John Cassian, 1981 (subj.) t.p. (John Cassian) p. 1 (c. 360-433)
NUC Pre-1956 (Cassianus, Joannes, ca. 370-ca. 435
ref. Kassian, Ioann)
His Institutions cénobitiques, 1965: t.p. (Jean Cassien)
New Cath. encyc. (Cassian, John (Johannes Cassianus)
monk and ascetical writer
b. probably 360
d. between 432 and 435)
Encic. cattolica (Cassiano, Giovanni
b. ca. 360
d. ca. 435)
Enc. Brit., 1983 (Cassian, Saint John
Latin Johannes Cassianus, also called Johannes Eremita or Johannes Massiliensis
b. 360
d. 435)
Codina, V. El aspecto cristologico en la espiritualidad de Juan Casiano, 1966: t.p. (Juan Casiano)
LC in OCLC, 5/4/83 (hdg.: Cassianus, Joannes, ca. 370-ca. 435
usage: name not given)
Summa, G. Geistliche Unterscheidung bei Johannes Cassian, c1992
Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Vol 1, 1867, p. 622-623: "Cassianus, otherwise called Massiliensis, and Joannes Eremita, is celebrated in the history of the Christian Church as the champion of Semipelagiainism, as one of the first founders of monastic fraternities in Western Europe, and as the great lawgiver by whose codes such societies were long regulated...."
Brill's New Pauly: "Early church writer, born in 360, died in Marseilles in 430/35. His origins remain disputed: Scythia minor (Dobrudja) or, more likely, southern Gaul [1
3]. In his youth, he entered a monastery in Bethlehem (De inst. 4,31
Conl. 17,5)
also a lengthy stay with the Egyptian monks. In the early 5th cent., C. was certainly in Constantinople, where he was consecrated as a deacon by John Chrysostom (De inst. 11,13
De incarnatione 7,31). In 404 he was in Rome, in order to intervene with Innocence I on behalf of the deposed John Chrysostom....." Frank, Karl Suso (Freiburg). Brill's New Pauly. Antiquity volumes edited by: Hubert Cancik and Helmuth Schneider . Brill, 2008. Brill Online. Tufts University Library. 29 December 2008
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