Lives of Roman Christian Women

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Carolinne White
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12,73 MB
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Lives of Roman Christian Women.pdf
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2387681177983

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'Perpetua shouted out with joy as the sword pierced her, for she wanted to taste some of the pain and she even guided the hesitant hand of the trainee gladiator towards her own throat' Lives of Roman Christian Women is a unique collection of letters and documents from the third to the fifth centuries, celebrating Christian women from across the Roman Empire. During a crucial period in which Christianity transformed from a persecuted faith to the official religion of the Empire, these writings reveal the women who chose to dedicate their lives to Christ, by embracing martyrdom or by adopting a life of poverty and prayer, renouncing not only wealth but also their duties as wives and mothers.

Title. Lives of Roman Christian Women (Penguin Classics) Author.

It wasn't quite what I'd expected. The first woman is Perpetua, a martyr in Carthage in the 3rd century.

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