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CHAPTER III:
MONKERY

Footnotes

[48:1] See Migne's Encyclopédie Théologique. Dictionnaire d'Ascéticisme, p. 34.

[48:2] "And every night he went out and lodged in the mount that is called the Mount of Olives" (Luke 21:37, Revised Version). "And they went every man unto his own house, but Jesus went unto the Mount of Olives" (John 7:53, 8:1). See also Matt. 8:20.

[48:3] Arthur Lillie, Buddhism in Christendom, or Jesus the Essene, p. 127.

[48:4] H. C. Lea, Sacerdotal Celibacy, p. 94, Boston, 1884. The Rev. Spence Hardy's work on "Eastern Monachism" gives full particulars of Buddhist monkery.

[49:5] Book II., chap. 17.

[49:6] Eusebius, Eccles. Hist., Book II., chap. 23.

[49:7] Mahawanso, chap. 30, p. 171, Turnour's translation.

[50:8] Schaff's Religious Encyclopaedia, "Monasticism."

[50:9] Christian Antiquities, vol. i., p. 77.

[50:1] Lea, p. 50.

[50:2] Rev. C. Kingsley, The Hermits, p. 39.

[52:3] Sozomen, book iii., chap. xiv.  Fleury's History of Christianity, chap. iii., p. 18.

[52:4] Gibbon, Chap. xxxvii.

[52:5] Vol. III., p. 70.

[52:6] Gibbon, Chap. xxxvii.

[53:7] Jortin, vol. ii., pp. 167-8.

[53:8] S. P. Day, Monastic Institutions, p. 28.

[53:9] See a long list of these penances in Tillemont's Memoires pour servir à l'Hist. Eccles., tome viii.

[54:1] Kingsley, p. 310, 311.

[54:2] Chap. 37.

[54:4] Jortin, vol. ii., p. 176.

[54:5] History of Latin Christianity, vol. ii., p. 82.

[54:6] Epist. 14 (ad Heliodorium). See the passage quoted p. 4.

[54:7] Bollandists, July VI.

[55:8] Life of St. Pachomius, 31. Words of the Elders.

[55:9] Words of the Elders, xiv.

[55:1] Jortin, vol. ii., p. 336. See also Gibbon, chap. 37.

[56:2] History of European Morals, vol. ii., p. 107.

[56:3] Lecky, vol. ii., p. 137.

[57:4] Milman, History of Latin Christianity, vol. i., p. 289; 1864.

[57:5] Milman, History of Christianity, vol. iii., p. 211.

[57:6] History of Latin Christianity, vol. i., pp. 317, 318.

[58:7] Gibbon, chap 37.

[58:8] Lecky's European Morals, vol. ii., p. 110.

[58:9] Vol. II., p. 170.

[58:1] Chap. 37.

[59:2] Jortin, vol. ii., p. 61.

[59:3] Vol. III., p. 54.

[59:4] Jortin, vol. ii., p. 168.

[60:5] Chap. 37.

[60:6] Ecclesiastical History, vol. i., p. 399.

[60:7] Vol. ii., p. 172.

[61:8] Middle Ages, chap. ix., Part I.

[61:9] Lea's Sacerdotal Celibacy, p. 199.

[61:1] Jortin, vol. ii., pp. 174, 175.

[61:2] Jortin, vol. ii., pp. 174, 175.

[61:3] Jortin, vol. iii., p. 22.

[62:4] Chap. 37.

[62:5] Gibbon, Chap. xxxvii.

[62:6] Dupin, History of Ecclesiastical Writers, vol. iii., pp. 183, 184.

[62:7] Vol. II., p. 174.

[63:8] Literary History of the Middle Ages, p. 191.
 


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