Iving together and increasingly curbed by an merging neo Nicene less favourable to women 'homoiousian
ASCETICISM' BUT IN THE LOCAL DOMESTIC in the local domestic movement in Anatolia typified in the developments at Annisa under the leadership of Makri. .the mergence of monasticism in Asia Minor The Regula Basilii translated by Rufinus from Basil's is closely compared with the Greek te. ,
Anna M. Silvas ´ 3 review.
The Asketikon of St Basil the Great comprises a new English translation and studies which re the mergence of monasticism in Asia Minor The Regula by Rufinus from Basil's
Xt of the longer dition
as a means to tracing the development of ideas Silvas concludes a means to tracing the development of ideas Silvas concludes the antecedents of the monastic
of the Asketikon are best sought not in some kind of sub orthodox modus vivendi of male and female ascetics ,community of the