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67, cols. 2, trans. J. B. Chabot, Le Chronique de Michelle syrien, vol. 2, pp. 11-12, cf. Parkes, op. , pp. 234-5 Michael the Syrian VIII. 12, repeating a lost portion of the sixth-century chronicle of Zachariae of Mytilene (= Chabot, vol. 2, p. 94); cf. F. Nau, 'L'histoire ecclesiastique de Jean d'Asie', ROC 2 (1897), p. 458 47 John of Nikiu, XCI (= Charles, pp. 144-5) 48 Ibn al-Mukaf'a (Severus), Kitab siyari-l-abai al-batarikati, ed. and trans. 46 B. Evetts, History of the Patriarchs of the Coptic Church of Alexandria, PO vol.
12 Finally, the Jew, if he himself was causing no offence, was not to be molested: `not to be trampled upon for being Jewish and not to suffer contumely for his religion ... 13 But this doctrine of preservation had another side. The same theological reasoning which protected the status of the Jews and their religion assigned to them a position of permanent inferiority. The Codes gave legal form to this principle in three ways. First of all, they progressively disabled the Jews from performing public functions.
Rampolla, p. 3 89 99 Theoph. toe (to-12); cf. F. Nau, `Deux episodes de l'histoire juive sons Theodore II', REJ 83 (1927), pp. Th. 19 (=Pharr, p. 469) cf. 12 (= Krueger, p. 61) 98 tot 102 Procopii DeAed ficiis. 12 (=Haury, p. 175) Novel i44(= Schoell and Kroll, p. 710) 41 CHAPTER III The Arab Invasions The political and social identity which the Roman east began to acquire under Justinian achieved its full form in the seventh century. The defeat of the Persians and the check to the Arabs were signs of the comprehensive political and social consolidation which gave the ruling institution its final range of secular and sacred functions.
Byzantine Jewry: From Justinian to the Fourth Crusade by Andrew Sharf