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Early Christianity

Eric Rebillard

in Classics

ISBN: 9780195389661
Published online February 2010 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/obo/9780195389661-0011
Early Christianity

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Early Christianity is the period of the history of Christianity between the life of Jesus, in the early first century, and the reign of the Roman emperor Constantine (306–337), who guaranteed religious freedom to Christians. During this period Christian groups existed within an environment that was periodically hostile and lived in relative isolation from one another. As the period of formation and rise of Christianity, it has been the object of both intense study and controversy. This bibliography does not cover all aspects of early Christianity, but instead focuses on its study as a part of the Classical world.

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

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