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Origines ecclesiasticæ: or, The antiquities of the Christian church, and other works, of the Rev. Joseph Bingham ; with a set of maps of ecclesiastical geography, to which are now added, several sermons, and other matter, never before published by Bingham, Joseph, Origines Ecclesiasticae by Joseph Bingham.

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Joseph Bingham ( ), was an English scholar and divine, was born at Wakefield in Yorkshire. In this country retirement he began his extensive work entitled Origines Ecclesiasticae, or Antiquities of the Christian Church, the first volume of which appeared in and the tenth and last in They say 'Never Judge a Book by its.

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Aurusuliana was a Roman Era city located in what was the Roman Province of Byzacena (Roman North Africa) and today modern exact site of the city remains unknown and a source of some controversy. It is now generally considered to have been in Tunisia, in the territory of Henchir-Guennara, but Bingham thought it in Tripoliana while others thought Numidia.

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Dr Richard Bingham was born in Norfolk, England, the youngest of three sons of a pharmacist and a teacher. He went to Downing College, Cambridge, and read physics, before earning his PhD in radio astronomy at the Cavendish Laboratory. Mesotymolus was an ancient Roman and Byzantine-era city on the Hermus River in ancient Lydia.

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Joseph Bingham; With a Set of Maps of Ecclesiastical Geography, to Which Are Now Added, Several Sermons, and Other Matter, Never Before Published, Volume 7 by.in his Origines Ecclesiasticae, Book 7, cap. x, draws particular attention to the "very wide difference" between monks and ascetics, and says "there were always ascetics in the Church, but not always monks ": "monastic life, neither name nor thing, was not known till toward the fourth century." Roman Catholic.- Burn, Ecclesiastical Law; Bingham 's Origines Ecclesiasticae, or, the Antiquities of the English Church; Mirehouse, On Advowson; Phillimore, Ecclesiastical Law.

0 Another reason for dividing a diocese, and establishing a new see, has been recognized by the church as duly existing "if the sovereign should think fit to endow some principal.