Chalcedon in Context
Church Councils 400-700
Edited by Richard Price and Mary Whitby
Mary Whitby is Instructor in Greek and Latin in the University of Oxford and Lecturer in Ancient Greek at Merton College, Oxford. She is a General Editor of the Translated Texts for Historians series.
Richard Price is head of the History of Christianity subject group at Heythrop College, University of London. His previous publications include Theodoret, History of the Monks of Syria: A Translation and Commentary, and Augustine.
Abbreviations List of Contributors Introduction - Averil Cameron The Council of Chalcedon and the Definition of Christian Tradition - David M. Gwynn ‘Reading’ the First Council of Ephesus (431) - Thomas Graumann The Syriac Acts of the Second Council of Ephesus (449) - Fergus Millar The Council of Chalcedon (451): A Narrative - Richard Price Truth, Omission, and Fiction in the Acts of Chalcedon - Richard Price Why Did the Syrians reject the Council of Chalcedon? - Andrew Louth The Second Council of Constantinople (553) and the Malleable Past - Richard Price The Lateran Council of 649 as an Ecumenical Council - Catherine Cubitt The Quinisext Council (692) as a Continuation of Chalcedon - Judith Herrin Acclamations at the Council of Chalcedon - Charlotte Roueché An Unholy Crew? Bishops Behaving Badly at Church Councils - Michael Whitby Index
Publication: February 1, 2009
Series: Translated Texts for Historians, Contexts 1