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Minimum number of participants is 3, maximum is Lucius Caelius Firmianus, better known as Lactantius, lived in turbulent times. Shortly afterwhen the persecutions were over and the Perrsecutorum was making peace with the Christians, Constantine called Lactantius to Trier to serve as tutor for his son Crispus.
Perhaps here, perhaps elsewhere, Lactantius wrote De mortibus persecutorum “On the kinds of death the persecutors have died”a very personal reflection of the past era of violence, a text that is somewhere between a polemical pamphlet and a theological treatise about God’s justice theodicy.
We will take this text in translation as basis to reflect about early Christianity’s relationship with the Roman Empire and vice versa and take a look at the most important early Christian apologetic texts and their Jewish predecessors.
On the historical level, we will assess the tetrarchs’ reform of the Empire and the ascent of Constantine. Moving around in the two worlds of “paganism” and Christianity, Lactantius will prove us a highly stimulating guide. MA students may expect more help in choosing their topic, literature and research question, and when preparing their presentation with handout.
Lactantius: de Mortibus Persecutorum
Their paper may consist of an assessment of the status quaestionis on a given topic. ResMA students are expected to come up persecutorjm their own original topic, literature and research question for the presentation with handout. Their paper will have the more complex form of a scholarly report on a given issue discussed in current research.
The timetable is available on the Classics and Ancient Civilizations website. The final grade for the morttibus is established by determining the weighted average with the additional requirement that the written paper must always be sufficient. Should the overall mark be unsatisfactory, the paper is to be revised after consultation with the instructor.
Only the final paper can be re-taken.
Lactantius, On the Deaths of the Persecutors
The sufficient parts cannot be re-taken. How and se a review of the written paper will take place will be disclosed together with the publication of the results at the latest. Blackboard will be used as means of communication and to distribute study material.
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