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Ambrose, bishop of Milan

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  • Dionysius (bishop of Milan) — Dionysius Archbishop of Milan Relic of Saint Dionysius, Cathedral of Milan Church Catholic Church Appoin …   Wikipedia

  • Martinianus (bishop of Milan) — Martinianus Archbishop of Milan Relic of Saint Martinianus, Cathedral of Milan Church Catholic Church Appo …   Wikipedia

  • MILAN — MILAN, city in Lombardy, N. Italy. The presence of Jews in Milan in the Late Roman period is attested by three Jewish inscriptions, two of which refer to the father of the community. In 388, ambrose , bishop of Milan, expressed regret for failing …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • AMBROSE° — (339–397), church father, bishop of Milan from 374; canonized by the Catholic Church. Nothing in Ambrose s works points to his having had personal relations with Jews, and he seems to have avoided any such contact. One of the reproaches he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ambrose —    Bishop of Milan (qq.v.) from 374 397, whose multiple roles as chief opponent of Arianism (q.v.), advisor to western emperors, eloquent preacher, arranger of hymns and psalms, developer of the cult of relics, and erudite author, only hint at… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Ambrose (disambiguation) — Ambrose may refer to:People*Ambrose (340 ndash; 397), bishop of Milan *Ambrose of Alexandria (? ndash; 250) *Ambrose the Camaldulian (1386 ndash; 1439), theologian *Ambrose (bandleader) (Benjamin Baruch Ambrose) (1896 ndash; 1971), English… …   Wikipedia

  • Ambrose — masc. proper name, from L. Ambrosius, from Gk. ambrosios immortal, belonging to the immortals (see AMBROSIA (Cf. ambrosia)). The Ambrosian Library in Milan is named for Saint Ambrose (d.397), bishop of Milan …   Etymology dictionary

  • Ambrose, Saint — • Article on the life and teachings of this Bishop of Milan, and Doctor of the Church, who died in 397 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Ambrose — m English (and Old French) form of the Late Latin name Ambrosius, from post classical Greek Ambrosios ‘immortal’. This was borne by various early saints, most notably a 4th century bishop of Milan. The name has never been common in England, but… …   First names dictionary

  • Ambrose — Ambrose1 [am′brōz΄] n. [L Ambrosius < Gr ambrosios: see AMBROSIA] a masculine name Ambrose2 [am′brōz΄] Saint (A.D. 340? 397); bishop of Milan: his day is Dec. 7 Ambrosian [am brō′zhən; am brō′zhē ən, am bro′zē ən] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Ambrose — Infobox Saint name= Saint Ambrose birth date= between AD 337 and 340 death date=4 April AD 397 feast day= December 7Attwater, Donald and Catherine Rachel John. The Penguin Dictionary of Saints . 3rd edition. New York: Penguin Books, 1993. ISBN 0… …   Wikipedia

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