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Prelude 1: The Letters Of Basil

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The purpose of this chapter is to assemble all the references to St Gregory of Nyssa in St Basil's letters, representing as they do a period from which no letters of St Gregory (except perhaps one, letter 37) have survived. These bear witness to Gregory's own writing of letters at this period. The letters are listed in the sequence of their relation to Gregory's chronology. The excerpts of letters that are included in the chapter are: Letter 14 To His Companion Gregory, Letter 223 To Eustathius of Sebasteia, Letter 92 To the Italians and Gauls, and Letter 98 To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata.

Keywords: Gregory of Nyssa; St Basil's letters; To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata; To Eustathius of Sebasteia; To His Companion Gregory; To the Italians and Gauls



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