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Ignatius of Antioch's Epistula ad Smyrnaeos (110 AD) reads strikingly:
5) Ambrose, Epistula 74, 8, in Ambrose of Milan: Political Letters and Speeches, trans.
Bobzien's central texts are Epicurus' De natura, 25 and Epistula ad Menoeceum; and Lucretius' De rerum natura.
2) 'Originally the work may have been called Epistula ad Pisones; certainly its status as an epistle is implied by the grammarian Charisius (fourth century AD) who cites the work by the phrase Horatius in Epistularum.
With the transmission of the supreme command against the Goths to Aurelian (270 AD) we reach a new level of 'creative historiography': an alleged letter by Claudius II is adduced as proof of this event, the document introduced as follows: exstat epistula, quam ego, ut soleo, fidei causa, immo ut alio<s> annalium scriptores fecisse video, inserendam putavi.
After a quick overview of her argument, she look at Martha in the Gospel of John, a different tomb and a different story in the Epistula Apostolorum, Hippolytus on the Song of Songs in Apostola Apostolorum, Martha in liturgy and hymnody, picturing the myrrhophore, diakonia and the Gospel of Luke, A eucharistic ministry for her in the Apostolic Church Order and the Acts of Phillip, and Martha as an authority figure for early Christian groups.
An evaluation of St Jerome's exegetical method in Epistula 21'
Chapter 4 deals with Augustine's writings in Thagaste after his return to Africa, namely, De Genesi adversus Manichaeos, Epistula 11, Question 18 from De diversis quaestionibus LXXXIII, and De vera religione.
Wright's close scrutiny of the literary style of these five letters, whose authenticity has never been seriously doubted, also enables him to make a strong case for attributing the so-called Epistula VI to Columbanus.
What are officially known as litterae encyclicae when addressed to all Roman Catholic bishops (and more recently to the faithful throughout the world), and known as epistula encyclica when addressed to a more restricted audience (and in that case often in the vernacular), or when the subject addressed is felt to be of more restricted interest, are all "a pronouncement to be shared".