Presbyters Uniwersytet Warszawski
PR 638

Honoratus, presbyter in Lérins (and Fréjus?) (Gaul), later bishop of Arles, ca AD 400-428

Reference to prosopography: PCBE Gaule 1: Honoratus 1

Chronological and
geographical framework:

buried in Arles (Gaul),
Attested presbyterial activity: 400 - 428 in Lérins (Gaul), Fréjus (Gaul),


Writing activity - Correspondence
Food/Clothes/Housing - Clothes
Travel and change of residence
Ecclesiastical transfer
Further ecclesiastical career - Bishop
Functions within the Church - Monastic presbyter
Described by a title - Presbyter/πρεσβύτερος
Described by a title - Sacerdos/ἱερεύς
Described by a title - Clericus
Described by a title - Titles of respect
Monastic or common life - Cenobitic monk
Monastic or common life - Monastic superior (abbot/prior)
Reasons for ordination - Personal piety
Reasons for ordination - Pastoral needs of the Christian community
Attributes of clerical status
Fame of sanctity
Ritual activity - Baptism and instructing catechumens
Ritual activity - Eucharist
Ecclesiastical administration - Construction/Renovation
Economic status and activity - Gift
Relation with - Bishop/Monastic superior
Relation with - Monk/Nun
Former ecclesiastical career - None
Equal prerogatives of presbyters and bishops
Described by a title - Conpresbyter
Devotion - Ascetic practice
Pastoral activity - Missionary work
Pastoral activity - Spiritual direction
Pastoral activity - Visiting the sick
Pastoral activity - Ransoming and visiting prisoners and captives
Please quote this record referring to its author, database name, number, and, if possible, stable URL: J. Szafranowski, Presbyters in the Late Antique West, PR638,