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Psuedo-Dionysius Areopagite 
late fifth - early sixth centuries (?)

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Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre : Chronicle (Known Also As the Chronicle of Zuqnin) (Translated Texts for Historians, Vol 22)
Dionysius the Areopagite, The Mystic Theology
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Christianity, for centuries, believed that a late fifth-century theologian was, as he pretended to be, that Dionysius the Areopagite whom Paul converted, along with the woman Damaris, at Athens (Acts 17.22-34). The Neoplatonist Pseudo-Dionysius wrote magnificent treatises, Julian of Norwich quoting from him three times in her Showings. His manuscripts had been given by the Emperor Michael the Stammerer in A.D. 827 to King Louis the Pious. John Scotus translated them in 862, Anastasius, the papal librarian, commenting on the text in 875. Abbot Suger of St Denis (Saint Dionysius) commenced Gothic architecture through using Dionysius' theology in stone, lead and glass...

 

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