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Augustine

Eric Rebillard

in Classics

ISBN: 9780195389661
Published online December 2009 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/obo/9780195389661-0007
Augustine

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Augustine (354–430) is the author of one of the classics of Western literature, the Confessions, and one of the most influential Christian theologians and thinkers. His study belongs plainly to Classics as an example of the encounter between Christianity and Classical culture in a key period of transformations for the Roman Empire. This bibliography does not cover the whole field of Augustinian studies, but it focuses on the works and aspects of his activity that are the most relevant for students of Classical literature and ancient history.

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Subjects: Classical Studies ; Classical Art and Architecture ; Classical History ; Classical Literature ; Classical Philosophy

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