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Lemerle, ‘L’histoire des Pauliciens d’Asie Mineure d’après les sources grecques’, T & M 5 (1973), p. 52. 139 Peter of Sicily, Historia, ed. C. Astruc, W. Conus-Wolska, J. Gouillard, P. Lemerle, D. Papacryssanthou and J. Paramelle, T & M, 4 (1970), pp. 3–67. , chs. 94–100, pp. 40–3. The later Paulicians did not accept the two Epistles of St. , ch. 44, pp. 22–3. 141 This quotation comes from a shortened version of Peter of Sicily’s Historia, which is attributed to Peter the Higoumenos in one manuscript, but which is considered to have been Peter of Sicily’s own work, Peter the Higoumenos, Epitome, ch.

Lemerle, D. Papacryssanthou and J. Paramelle, T & M 4 (1970), p. 88; Peter of Bruys taught that crosses should be destroyed because it was wrong to venerate replicas of the instrument which caused Christ’s death, Peter the Venerable, Contra Petrobusianos, trans. Wakefield and Evans, Heresies of the High Middle Ages, p. 120. 90 See below, pp. 173, 189–90. introduction 21 have revealed their true objections to such devotional acts, or, if they did, Hugh was not aware of them. Hugh’s general comments about the sect are not very helpful as a means of identifying it.

The later Paulicians did not accept the two Epistles of St. , ch. 44, pp. 22–3. 141 This quotation comes from a shortened version of Peter of Sicily’s Historia, which is attributed to Peter the Higoumenos in one manuscript, but which is considered to have been Peter of Sicily’s own work, Peter the Higoumenos, Epitome, ch. 9, T & M 4, p. 85. C. Zaehner, The Dawn and Twilight of Zoroastrianism (London, 1961); J. Laurent, L’Arménie entre Byzance et l’Islam depuis la conquête arabe jusqu’en 886, Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome, 117 (Paris, 1919), p.

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