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Hedibia, 132 , 140 , 154

Heliodorus, 156

Herenias, 107

Heresy, 1 .

See also Heresy-orthodoxy discourse; specific topics

Heresy-orthodoxy discourse, 5 -6, 15 -18, 160 -61, 171 n50;

and gender, 16 , 33 -34, 128 , 131 , 137 , 139 -40, 148 , 153 -55, 158 -59;

and imperial patronage, 16 -17, 172 n59;

and Magnus Maximus, 17 , 208 n77;

and labeling of Priscillian, 49 , 77 -78, 102 , 109 , 115 , 120 -21, 122 , 126 , 155 , 157 -59;

Priscillian on, 55 , 57 -59, 65 -66, 68 , 77

Hess, Hamilton, 31 -32, 178 n39

Hilary of Poitiers, 148 , 167 -68n16, 182 n68, 197 n131

Himerius of Tarraco, 189 n14

Hispana , 31 , 104

History of Private Life (Duby), 6

Hoepffner, André, 206 n61

Homoian party, 8 , 85 , 86 , 87 , 202 nn31,33, 203 nn37,38, 205 n51

Hopkins, M. K., 209 n90

Human body:

and cosmology, 71 -72;

and dualism, 72 , 74 ;

holiness of, 3 , 167 n15;

transformation of, 74 , 75 , 197 n127.

See also Material creation

Hydatius (chronicler):

on Asterius, 216 n80;

and Council of Toledo, 108 , 211 n10;

on Galician society, 166 n6, 213 n39

Hydatius of Merida, 76 -78, 176 n20, 189 -90n23;

on apocryphal literature, 29 , 194 n72;

and clerical celibacy, 189 n14;

and Council of Saragossa, 27 , 28 -30, 52 , 183 n76, 199 n3;

and labeling strategies against Priscillian, 48 , 49 ;

and opposition in Merida, 51 -55;

and Priscillian's self-defense, 10 , 11 , 50 , 51 , 52 -53, 76 , 77 , 162 .

See also Rescript of Gratian

Hyginus, 27 , 28 , 52 , 175 n4, 176 n20


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