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Re: Tomb of Philip the Emissary confirmed by Archaeology & Isidore of Seville?

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  • james m clark jr
    An additional refference can be found in J W Taylor s 1905 version of the Coming of the Saints that is often reprinted. Cardinal Baronius seems to be quoted
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 1, 2012
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      An additional refference can be found in J W Taylor's 1905
      version of the Coming of the Saints that is often reprinted.
      Cardinal Baronius seems to be quoted frequently dispite it
      being known as a Mormon account it is highly regarded by
      intellectuals of other faiths as well. Ali the commentator of the
      Quran even mentions some of these traditions regarded in the
      Dwellers of the Cave in the book of The Cave.

      be well,

      --- In ancient_waterways_society@yahoogroups.com, "james m clark jr" <jameyboy@...> wrote:
      > The Tomb of Apostle St Philippus found in Turkey
      > July, 26 2011
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      > The tomb of St Philippus, of one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus, was unearthed in a great discovery in Denizli province of Turkey
      > The discovery took place at the Hierapolis (Pamukkale) ancient excavation site of Denizli in western Turkey on Tuesday.
      > The excavation has been going on in the area for some 32 years led by the Italian Prof. Francesco D'Andria.
      > http://www.archaeologydaily.com/news/201107266966/The-Tomb-of-Apostle-St-Philippus-found-in-Turkey.html
      > [Link noted at Archaeology Daily News with and without public Image and additional information]
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      > comment:
      > At least some small literary notation should be fitting but that huge ancient Welsh refference library in itself may still reside in the Brithish Museum itself written or perhaps translated by a Cardinal Baronius a former Curator of the Vatican some 1200 yrs ago - 300 plus years after the school of Isidore had well been established.
      > And this is what he says about Philip and Isidore and others in the same paragraph. These two brilant men are more than likely atested to in many genological records as well without stating those primary sources and traditions that have been handed down to this day to modern geneologist. Perhaps a reason why it may or may not have been considered 32 later. 23 years later I never would have imagined so many could make much since without it then or now.
      > Philip the fifth in order as said to have adorned Upper Asia with the gospel, and at length at Hierapolis at the age of 87 to have undergone martyrdom, which also John Chrysostom hands down, and they say that the man travelled over parts of Sythia and for sometime preached the gospel along with Bartholomew. In Isidore one reads that Philp even imbued the Gauls with the Christian faith, which also in the Brevary of Teledo of the school of Isodore is read.
      > quote from - Ecclesiastical Annuals
      > be well,
      > jamey
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