The Acts of the Lateran Synod of 649
Translated with commentary by Richard Price and contributions by Phil Booth and Catherine Cubitt
Catherine Cubitt is Professor in Early Medieval History at the University of York.
Phil Booth is Leventis Lecturer in Eastern Christianity at the University of Oxford.
Richard Price is Professor of the History of Christianity, Heythrop College, University of London. His many previous publications include The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, The Acts of the Lateran Synod of 649 and The Acts of the Council of Constantinople of 553.
Preface Abbreviations Prologue: The Chalcedonian Inheritance General Introduction I. Events before the Synod II. Understanding the Crisis 1. The Constantinopolitan Perspective 2. The Palestinian Perspective 3. The Roman Perspective III. The Acts, their Character and Purpose IV. The Lateran Synod 1. The Course of the Synod 2. The Aftermath V. The Theological Issues] VI. The Reception of the Synod The Acts of the Lateran Synod of 649 Session I, 5 October Session II, 8 October Session III, 17 October Session IV, 19 October Session V, 31 October Letters of Pope Martin Appendix: The attendance and subscription lists Maps Glossary Bibliography 1. Primary Sources 2. Secondary Literature Indices 1. Documents and Citations 2. Persons
Size: 210 × 147 mm
Publication: November 10, 2016
Series: Translated Texts for Historians 61