Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
lets 1
letter 124
lettered 1
letters 49
letting 11
lev 7
level 4
Frequency    [«  »]
50 xii
49 acts
49 age
49 letters
49 water
48 connection
48 jews

Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

IntraText - Concordances

letters

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,7 | received by virtue of imperial letters the honor of being entitled 2 1”,16| admitted to another (without letters commendatory and dimissory, 3 4 | volume contains various letters and the transactions endorsed 4 4 | volume contains various letters of the Council and of the 5 4”,2 | c. XII of Laodicea; the letters of Gennadius and of Tarasius.)~ ~ 6 4”,11| with pacific ecclesiastical letters, and not with recommendatory 7 4”,11| not with recommendatory letters; for recommendatory letters 8 4”,11| letters; for recommendatory letters are to be granted only to 9 4”,11| from the bishops little letters calledpacific” letters 10 4”,11| letters calledpacificletters on account of the fact that 11 4”,11| magistrates and dynasts (such letters were also called letters 12 4”,11| letters were also called letters dimissory); but they are 13 4”,11| are not to receive also letters recommendatory. For letters 14 4”,11| letters recommendatory. For letters recommendatory are to be 15 4”,11| innocent in the recommendatory letters.[96] Read the Interpretation 16 4”,12| the name of Metropolis by letters of the Emperor, let them 17 4”,12| attaining, by means of imperial letters, to the honor of being allowed 18 4”,13| different city without having letters recommendatory from their 19 4”,13| unless they are provided with letters recommendatory attesting 20 4”,17| his own, not by virtue of letters of the bishop possessing 21 4”,17| though he assert that he had letters from the chief head. Read 22 7”,21| the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; letters of Gennadius and Tarasius.)~ ~ 23 7”,22| the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; letters of Gennadius and Tarasius.)~ ~ 24 8”,23| crucifixes, and tunics bearing letters of the alphabet and triangles, 25 8”,23| unaccused chorepiscopi to grant letters pacifical, i.e., dimissory, 26 8”,23| one city to another with letters commendatory as to whether 27 8”,23| Basil attests in one of his letters.~ ~ [50] Note that although 28 8”,23| Nestorius was enabled to receive letters recalling him from exile. 29 8”,23| magistrate sent with the letters was in a hurry, his servants 30 8”,23| contains various homilies and letters. The second part contains 31 8”,23| at the Seventh Ec. C. the letters sent to Tarasius by the 32 8”,23| definition of Orthodoxy; and the letters of the Easterners were called 33 8”,23| not that they have sent me letters and therein the writers 34 8”,23| discover in one place that the letters given to the indigent were 35 8”,23| mercy. As for how these letters are worded at present, see 36 8”,23| Book 5, ch. 16) calls these letterspasswords” of episcopal 37 8”,23| passwords” of episcopal letters. The Theologian, on the 38 8”,23| metropolis honored with imperial letters, and their bishop, enjoyed 39 8”,23| them with antencyclical letters, Justinian renewed them. 40 8”,23| their flock by means of letters or in other ways, until 41 8”,23| books or even written upon letters and written documents of 42 8”,23| Saints, which are written in letters, by avoiding the use of 43 8”,23| avoiding the use of these letters and documents in connection 44 8”,23| though she has received no letters from him. But if she be 45 8”,23| king of all. When royal letters are read, servants ought 46 8”,23| 2) because neither the letters written by patriarchs in 47 8”,23| and to emperors, nor the letters of Pope Gregory to Germanus 48 8”,23| the fact that they teach letters to those who do not know 49 8”,23| children are being taught letters in the monastery; since


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License