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Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism

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Religious and linguistic lines overlapped in Late Antiquity, when the Homoian heresy was eventually almost exclusively associated with Germanic-speakers. This article will explore the genesis of this correlation, and compare it to other historical religious-linguistic divisions.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArianism
Subtitle of host publication Roman Heresy & Barbarian Creed
EditorsRoland Steinacher, Guido Berndt
ISBN (Electronic)9781315567891, 9781317178651
ISBN (Print)978140944659
StatePublished - 2014

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