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Headword: *basi/leios
Adler number: beta,152
Translated headword: Basileios, Basilius, Basil
Vetting Status: high
Another [Basil], bishop of Eirenoupolis in Cilicia,[1] in the time of the emperor Anastasius.[2] He resembled his namesake Basil of Caesarea[3] in his mind-set and his ascetic life-style. He wrote against Archelaus, an elder of Colonia.[4]
Greek Original:
*basi/leios e(/teros, e)pi/skopos *ei)rhnoupo/lews th=s *kiliki/as, e)pi\ *)anastasi/ou basile/ws, th\n fre/na kai\ th\n a)/skhsin tw=| o(mwnu/mw| *basilei/w| *kaisarei/as e)oikw/s. e)/graye kata\ *)arxela/ou presbu/tou *kolwnei/as.
[1] Two cities called Eireno(u)polis are attested, both of them within the bounds of present-day Turkey; this one, a.k.a. Neronias, is Barrington Atlas map 67 grid C2.
[2] Anastasius I (491-518): alpha 2077.
[3] beta 150.
[4] See alpha 4084, where a slightly abbreviated form of this entry is attached to an entry on a quite different Archelaus.
Keywords: biography; Christianity; chronology; ethics; geography; history; religion
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 2 February 2002@23:25:59.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (supplemented translation and notes; added keyword; cosmetics) on 3 February 2002@04:17:21.
David Whitehead on 14 June 2002@08:52:15.
David Whitehead (another keyword) on 3 October 2005@06:53:37.
David Whitehead (more keywords; cosmetics) on 22 May 2012@08:52:26.
David Whitehead (added geographical note) on 17 September 2015@09:26:23.


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