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  • n. Plural form of Cappadocian.


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  • "The Cappadocians are the same people as the Pontines."

    The Grass Crown

  • Local Babylonians also joined in the campaign, as did Armenians and Syrians, along with Cappadocians from Asia Minor, who had supposedly surrendered to Alexander two years earlier.

    Alexander the Great

  • This doctrine inspired the theology of the Cappadocians (especially Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa) as much as it did the theology of the Desert Fathers (especially Evagrius of Pontus and Macarius the Great).

    Archive 2008-10-19

  • Arabian which looks like a Kurdish half-bred, the descendant of those Cappadocians so much prized by the Romans: in Syria I rode a

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The point being is that Ambrose is not seen by that understanding as standing on the shoulders of the Cappadocians.

    Who is Origen?

  • But, based on what I have read, my half-expressed objections would be: 1. Ambrose and the Cappadocians were contemporaries so transmission from them to Ambrose at least has that difficulty.

    Who is Origen?

  • [14] At this the Babylonians laughed louder still, greatly pleased at the idea of being guarded by Phrygians and Lydians and Arabians and Cappadocians, all of whom, they thought, would be more friendly to themselves than to the Persians.


  • [16] Cyrus was marching to Babylon, but on his way he subdued the Phrygians of Greater Phrygia and the Cappadocians, and reduced the Arabians to subjection.


  • Thus far we have lost twenty-five thousand foreign levies sent out to forage, and today I had a flat refusal to budge from the Cilicians, Jews, Syrians, and Cappadocians.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The case that the Cappadocians as a class held GNB is of course stronger.

    Archive 2007-05-01


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