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The Arian and Orthodox Baptisteries at Salona

  • J.G. Davis
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1 Oslo, 1951, pp. 53 f.

2 P.G., 42.637B.

3 P.G., 86.i.196B.

4 Didymus, P.G., 39.720A; Socrates, P.G., 67.650A; Sozomen, P.G., 67.1362C; Theodoret, P.G., 83.419C.

5 P.G., 42.337C.

6 Dyggve, op. cit., p. 26.

7 cp. Ambrose, Ep., 20, 44.

8 Mystag., i, 2.

9 Gerasa, ed. Kraeling, C.H., 1938, pp. 175 f.

10 Obviously the small fonts used for baptism by affusion are irrelevant, since they had no interior steps; these, however, would seem to have formed the majority of those in use; P. Lemerle states he knows of no font deep enough for baptism by immersion in the whole of Greece (Philippes et la Macédoine orientale, 1945, PP. 337 f.).

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