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Ilias Miniatis (Greek: Ηλίας Μηνιάτης) (1669 at Lixouri – 1714 at Patras) was a Greek clergyman, writer and preacher. At the Flanginian School he learned Ancient Greek and Latin and became interested in mathematics and philology. He was ordained very early. He preached God's word at his home island, Cephalonia, at Zakynthos, at Corfu and at Constantinople. His preachings are considered exemplars for modern ecclesiastical rhetoric. As of his language, it is simple Modern Greek and his style has something dramatical and hymnographic. His eloquent preachings are collected into the book "Διδαχαί" (Teachings), first published at Venice on 1725. An older book is "Η Πέτρα του Σκανδάλου" (The Start of the Scandal) about the Photian schism. Many historians consider him a student of and others an i

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  • Ο Ηλίας Μηνιάτης (Ληξούρι 1669 – Πάτρα 1 Αυγούστου 1714) ήταν Έλληνας ιεράρχης, ο σημαντικότερος εκκλησιαστικός ρήτορας της Τουρκοκρατίας. Διατέλεσε επίσκοπος Κερνίτζης και Καλαβρύτων κατά τα τρία τελευταία χρόνια της ζωής του. (el)
  • Elias („Élie“) Meniates (Ηλίας Μηνιάτης; * 1669 in Lixouri; † 1. August 1714 in Patras) war Hochschullehrer in Venedig und Erzbischof von Kernike und Kalavryta. (de)
  • Ilias Miniatis (Greek: Ηλίας Μηνιάτης) (1669 at Lixouri – 1714 at Patras) was a Greek clergyman, writer and preacher. At the Flanginian School he learned Ancient Greek and Latin and became interested in mathematics and philology. He was ordained very early. He preached God's word at his home island, Cephalonia, at Zakynthos, at Corfu and at Constantinople. His preachings are considered exemplars for modern ecclesiastical rhetoric. As of his language, it is simple Modern Greek and his style has something dramatical and hymnographic. His eloquent preachings are collected into the book "Διδαχαί" (Teachings), first published at Venice on 1725. An older book is "Η Πέτρα του Σκανδάλου" (The Start of the Scandal) about the Photian schism. Many historians consider him a student of and others an imitator of Paolo Segneri. With his speeches he helped the development of ecclesiastical rhetoric and the configuration of Modern Greek language. (en)
  • Илия Минятий (греч. Ηλίας Μηνιάτης; 1669, Ликсури — 1714, Патры) — епископ и (в Морее), проповедник и богослов. Его книга: «Камень соблазна, или историческое пояснение о начале и причине разделения между восточной и западной церквами», изданная в 1717 году в Лейпциге, в 1783 году была переведена на русский язык и издана в Санкт-Петербурге. К этому изданию приложено и «Житие Илии Минятия». В 1788 году появились на русском языке его проповеди; новый их перевод был издан в 1902 году (Сергиев Посад). (ru)
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  • Ο Ηλίας Μηνιάτης (Ληξούρι 1669 – Πάτρα 1 Αυγούστου 1714) ήταν Έλληνας ιεράρχης, ο σημαντικότερος εκκλησιαστικός ρήτορας της Τουρκοκρατίας. Διατέλεσε επίσκοπος Κερνίτζης και Καλαβρύτων κατά τα τρία τελευταία χρόνια της ζωής του. (el)
  • Elias („Élie“) Meniates (Ηλίας Μηνιάτης; * 1669 in Lixouri; † 1. August 1714 in Patras) war Hochschullehrer in Venedig und Erzbischof von Kernike und Kalavryta. (de)
  • Илия Минятий (греч. Ηλίας Μηνιάτης; 1669, Ликсури — 1714, Патры) — епископ и (в Морее), проповедник и богослов. Его книга: «Камень соблазна, или историческое пояснение о начале и причине разделения между восточной и западной церквами», изданная в 1717 году в Лейпциге, в 1783 году была переведена на русский язык и издана в Санкт-Петербурге. К этому изданию приложено и «Житие Илии Минятия». В 1788 году появились на русском языке его проповеди; новый их перевод был издан в 1902 году (Сергиев Посад). (ru)
  • Ilias Miniatis (Greek: Ηλίας Μηνιάτης) (1669 at Lixouri – 1714 at Patras) was a Greek clergyman, writer and preacher. At the Flanginian School he learned Ancient Greek and Latin and became interested in mathematics and philology. He was ordained very early. He preached God's word at his home island, Cephalonia, at Zakynthos, at Corfu and at Constantinople. His preachings are considered exemplars for modern ecclesiastical rhetoric. As of his language, it is simple Modern Greek and his style has something dramatical and hymnographic. His eloquent preachings are collected into the book "Διδαχαί" (Teachings), first published at Venice on 1725. An older book is "Η Πέτρα του Σκανδάλου" (The Start of the Scandal) about the Photian schism. Many historians consider him a student of and others an i (en)
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  • Elias Meniates (de)
  • Επίσκοπος Κερνίτζης και Καλαβρύτων Ηλίας Μηνιάτης (el)
  • Ilias Miniatis (en)
  • Илия Минятий (ru)
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