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Charles-André van Loo's 18th-century Augustine arguing with Donatists
Charles-André van Loo's 18th-century Augustine arguing with Donatists
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Early Christian quarter in ancient Carthage
Early Christian quarter in ancient Carthage
Tertullian (c. 155–240), a theologian of part Berber descent, was instrumental in the development of trinitarian theology, and was the first to apply
Tertullian (c. 155–240), a theologian of part Berber descent, was instrumental in the development of trinitarian theology, and was the first to apply Latin language extensively in his theological writings. As such, Tertullian has been called "the father of Latin Christianity" and "the founder of Western theology."
Ruins of the Basilica called of Saint Cyprian, discovered in 1915.
Ruins of the Basilica called of Saint Cyprian, discovered in 1915.
Ruins of the Basilica Majorum (also called of Meildfa) in Carthage, where inscription has been found dedicated to Saint Perpetua and Saint Felicitas.
Ruins of the Basilica Majorum (also called of Meildfa) in Carthage, where inscription has been found dedicated to Saint Perpetua and Saint Felicitas.