Circus Maximus
Monday September 18th 2006, 7:02 pm
Filed under: Patristics

I just returned from vacation to find plenty of good entertainment at Adrian Murdoch’s excellent blog, Bread and Circuses.

He points to an online translation of a sixth-century life of Joshua the Stylite.

He treats us to St. Gregory Nazianzen’s splenetic description of the emperor Julian the Apostate.

And he piles on more archeological evidence for Roman trade with India in the first centuries A.D. See here, too.


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