cyprian

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Synonyms for cyprian

a native or inhabitant of Cyprus

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of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture

resembling the ancient orgiastic worship of Aphrodite on Cyprus

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6-10 and the Attribution of ad Quirinum to Cyprian of Carthage," Vigiliae Christianae 46 (1992): 112-28; Hugo Montgomery, "Pontius' Vita S.
His contextual presentation of Cyprian of Carthage is superb.
The ancient Church Father Cyprian of Carthage once counselled the martyrs (shortly before he joined them): "Think less of death than of immortality .
When I point out patience as a national characteristic of Macedonians, I have in mind the words of a priest from early Christianity, Bishop Cyprian of Carthage (d.
Cyprian of Carthage, 1: Letters 1-27, Ancient Christian Writers 43 (New York: Newman, 1984) 39-41.
Like a seasoned politician, Cyprian of Carthage, who died in 258, always touched base with his earthly constituency.