NOVATSIAN( Latin Christian writer)
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Novatsian; mind. app. 260 g. n. e., Latin Christian writer. The most famous Roman writer, theologian III in. n. e. When he was elected pope, he founded his own sect (novatsian), which lasted until V in. Apparently, he died as a martyr during the persecution under Valerian. From the works of H. preserved: About Spectacles (De spectaculis), about Jewish food (De cibis Iudaicis), The benefits of modesty (de bono pudicitiae) and its main work of the Holy Trinity (De Trinitate), which created the Latin theological literature.