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The Artotyrites, or Artotyritæ, were a sect possibly connected to the ancient Montanists, who first appeared in the 2nd century and spread throughout Galatia. They used bread and cheese in the Eucharist, or perhaps baked bread with cheese. Their reason was that the first men offered to God not only fruits of the earth, but of their flocks too. Hence, according to St. Augustine, came their name, which in Greek is composed of ἀρτος, 'bread' and τυρος, 'cheese'. Augustine says, "The name of the Artotyrites is derived from their sacrificial offering, for they offer bread and cheese. They claim that the first humans made offerings from the products of the earth and of sheep." Thomas Aquinas refers to them (citing Augustine's comments) in his Summa Theologica, Part three, Question 74.

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  • The Artotyrites, or Artotyritæ, were a sect possibly connected to the ancient Montanists, who first appeared in the 2nd century and spread throughout Galatia. They used bread and cheese in the Eucharist, or perhaps baked bread with cheese. Their reason was that the first men offered to God not only fruits of the earth, but of their flocks too. Hence, according to St. Augustine, came their name, which in Greek is composed of ἀρτος, 'bread' and τυρος, 'cheese'. Augustine says, "The name of the Artotyrites is derived from their sacrificial offering, for they offer bread and cheese. They claim that the first humans made offerings from the products of the earth and of sheep." Thomas Aquinas refers to them (citing Augustine's comments) in his Summa Theologica, Part three, Question 74. (en)
  • Les Artotyrites, parfois artotirites[source insuffisante] sont un groupe de chrétiens, peut-être liés aux montanistes, apparu au IIe siècle ap. J.-C. en Galatie. Ils admettaient les femmes à la prêtrise et leur permettaient de parler dans leurs assemblées. Dans le sacrement de l'eucharistie, ils se servaient de pain et de fromage, ou de pain cuit avec du fromage (d'où leur nom), en arguant que les premiers hommes offraient à Dieu en offrande en plus des fruits de la terre, les produits de leurs troupeaux. Ils sont cités par saint Jérôme, par saint Augustin et par saint Épiphane dans son Panarion ; tous trois les considèrent comme hérétiques. (fr)
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  • The Artotyrites, or Artotyritæ, were a sect possibly connected to the ancient Montanists, who first appeared in the 2nd century and spread throughout Galatia. They used bread and cheese in the Eucharist, or perhaps baked bread with cheese. Their reason was that the first men offered to God not only fruits of the earth, but of their flocks too. Hence, according to St. Augustine, came their name, which in Greek is composed of ἀρτος, 'bread' and τυρος, 'cheese'. Augustine says, "The name of the Artotyrites is derived from their sacrificial offering, for they offer bread and cheese. They claim that the first humans made offerings from the products of the earth and of sheep." Thomas Aquinas refers to them (citing Augustine's comments) in his Summa Theologica, Part three, Question 74. (en)
  • Les Artotyrites, parfois artotirites[source insuffisante] sont un groupe de chrétiens, peut-être liés aux montanistes, apparu au IIe siècle ap. J.-C. en Galatie. Ils admettaient les femmes à la prêtrise et leur permettaient de parler dans leurs assemblées. Dans le sacrement de l'eucharistie, ils se servaient de pain et de fromage, ou de pain cuit avec du fromage (d'où leur nom), en arguant que les premiers hommes offraient à Dieu en offrande en plus des fruits de la terre, les produits de leurs troupeaux. Ils sont cités par saint Jérôme, par saint Augustin et par saint Épiphane dans son Panarion ; tous trois les considèrent comme hérétiques. (fr)
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