Literary and Intellectual Life in Byzantine Thessaloniki, Queen of the Worthy Thessaloniki. History and Culture, vol. II

Katsaros, Vasilis (1997)

Book chapter

This passage from the Acts οί the Αροsties shows how, in the very first years of the Christian era, the city received the message which was to become the predominant doctrine in its intellectual and spiritual life, and how this new element came into conflict with a complex society with quite distinct ideologies: on the one hand, the Greek community with its classίcal traditions, and οn the other the Hellenised Jewish community, which appeared to have hidden sources οf ροwer in the city

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