Some letters preserved in the Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, addressed by Marcian and his wife to the Fathers in the year 451 (translated into Italian inside the article) with the invitation to move from Nicaea to Chalcedon, they allow us to observe the very conciliatory normative style of the prince in communicating with the bishops, although little prompt in obeying imperial orders: a way to operate very different from the authoritarian and strongly usually used to write laws.

Questioni di stile normativo: il princeps scrive ai Padri riuniti a NIcea

Elio Dovere
2021

Abstract

Some letters preserved in the Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, addressed by Marcian and his wife to the Fathers in the year 451 (translated into Italian inside the article) with the invitation to move from Nicaea to Chalcedon, they allow us to observe the very conciliatory normative style of the prince in communicating with the bishops, although little prompt in obeying imperial orders: a way to operate very different from the authoritarian and strongly usually used to write laws.
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