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Justin, Martyr, Saint

LC control no.n 80089626
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingJustin, Martyr, Saint
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Variant(s)Giustino, Saint
Iustin, muchenik, Saint
Iustin Samaritanin
Iustinus, Martyr, Saint
Justin, der Märtyrer, Saint
Justin, the Martyr, Saint
Justin, the Philosopher, Saint
Justino, Saint
Justinus, Martyr, Saint
Justinus, Philosophus, Saint
Yusṭinus, Marṭir, Saint
יוסטינוס, מרטיר
See alsoPseudo-Justinus
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Other standard no.0000000061707238
Birth date0100
Death date0165
Place of birthNablus
Place of deathRome (Italy)
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Found inDie Apologien Justins des Märtyrers ... 1896.
Oxford dict. of the Christian Church, 1958 (Justin Martyr, St., ca. 100-ca. 165, early Christian apologist)
New Cath. encyc. (Justin Martyr, St., b. Flavia Neapolis (Shechem, modern Nablus) of Greek parents; d. Rome, ca. 165)
La dýnamis de Dios en San Justino, 1982: t.p. (San Justino)
Cohortatio ad Graecos, 1990: t.p. (Pseudo-Iustinus) p. vii (The 3 Apologies attributed to Justin Martyr which are collected in this vol. have in common the fact that they were composed somewhere in the 3rd cent. A.D. to be pretty soon included in the Corpus Iustini)
Goodspeed, E.J. Index apologeticus sive Clavis Iustini Martyris operum ... 1912.
Diʼalog ʻim Ṭrifon ha-Yehudi, c2004: t.p. (Yusṭinus Marṭir)
Britannica online, Feb. 12, 2015 (Saint Justin Martyr, (born c. 100, Flavia Neapolis, Palestine [now Nāblus]; died c. 165, Rome [Italy]; feast day June 1), one of the most important of the Greek philosopher-Apologists in the early Christian church. His writings represent the first positive encounter of Christian revelation with Greek philosophy and laid the basis for a theology of history)