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Life[ edit ] As a presbyter of the church at Rome under Pope Zephyrinus — AD , Hippolytus was distinguished for his learning and eloquence. It was at this time that Origen of Alexandria , then a young man, heard him preach. Hippolytus championed the Logos doctrine of the Greek apologists, most notably Justin Martyr , which distinguished the Father from the Logos "Word". An ethical conservative, he was scandalized when Pope Callixtus I — AD extended absolution to Christians who had committed grave sins, such as adultery.
Salmon suggests that Hippolytus was the leader of the Greek-speaking Christians of Rome. The so-called chronography of the year more precisely, the Catalogus Liberianus , or Liberian Catalogue reports that on August 13, probably in AD, the two bodies were interred in Rome, that of Hippolytus in a cemetery on the Via Tiburtina ,  his funeral being conducted by Justin the Confessor.
This document indicates that, by about AD, Hippolytus was considered a martyr and gives him the rank of a priest, not of a bishop, an indication that before his death the schismatic was received again into the Church.
Pope Damasus I dedicated to him one of his famous epigrams, making him, however, a priest of the Novatianist schism, a view later accepted by Prudentius in the 5th century in his "Passion of St Hippolytus". In the Passionals of the 7th and 8th centuries he is represented as a soldier converted by Saint Lawrence , a legend that long survived in the Roman Breviary. He was also confused with a martyr of the same name who was buried in Portus , of which city he was believed to have been a bishop,  who was put to death by drowning in a deep well.
He also confirms August 13 as the date on which a Hippolytus was celebrated but this again refers to the convert of Lawrence, as preserved in the Menaion of the Eastern Orthodox Church. The latter account led to Hippolytus being considered the patron saint of horses. During the Middle Ages , sick horses were brought to St Ippolyts , Hertfordshire , England, where a church is dedicated to him.
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Miller published them in under the title Philosophumena, attributing them to Origen of Alexandria. They have since been attributed to Hippolytus. In a marble statue of a seated figure originally female, perhaps personifying one of the sciences was purportedly found in the cemetery of the Via Tiburtina and was heavily restored. On the sides of the seat was carved a paschal cycle , and on the back the titles of numerous writings by Hippolytus.
Hippolytus recorded the first liturgical reference to the Virgin Mary , as part of the ordination rite of a bishop. It is generally regarded as an instruction relating to a post-Baptismal rite of anointing with oil as a symbol of receiving the Holy Spirit.
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The commentary was originally written as part of a mystagogy , an instruction for new Christians. Scholars have usually assumed the Commentary On the Song of Songs was originally composed for use during Passover , a season favored in the West for Baptism.
About , he wrote the Apostolic Tradition , which contains the earlier known ritual of ordination.
His chronicle of the world, a compilation embracing the whole period from the creation of the world up to the year , formed a basis for many chronographical works both in the East and West. How much of this material is genuinely his, how much of it worked over, and how much of it wrongly attributed to him, can no longer be determined beyond dispute, however a great deal was incorporated into the Fetha Negest , which once served as the constitutional basis of law in Ethiopia — where he is still remembered as Abulides.
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During the early 20th century the work known as The Egyptian Church Order was identified as the Apostolic Tradition and attributed to Hippolytus; nowaday this attribution is hotly contested. Differences in style and theology lead some scholars to conclude that some of the works attributed to Hippolytus actually derive from a second author. As most scholars consider them to not have been written by him, they are often ascribed to "Pseudo-Hippolytus". The two are included in an appendix to the works of Hippolytus in the voluminous collection of Early Church Fathers.
Eschatology[ edit ] Hippolytus is an important figure in the development of Christian eschatology. On Christ and the Antichrist is one of his earliest works. Hippolytus was greatly influenced by Irenaeus. Of the dogmatic works, On Christ and the Antichrist survives in a complete state and was probably written about The Commentary on the Prophet Daniel is the oldest extant scripture commentary.
His interpretation of events and their significance is Christological. After which would come the judgment and burning up of the wicked. He assumed, like Irenaeus his teacher, that inasmuch as God made all things in six days, and these days symbolize a thousand years each, in six thousand years from the creation the end will come.
He apparently based his calculation on the Septuagint which had the world beginning about B. Because on the Apodosis the hymns of the Transfiguration are to be repeated, the feast of St. Hippolytus may be transferred to the day before or to some other convenient day. The feast of Saint Hippolytus formerly celebrated on 22 August as one of the companions of Saint Timotheus was a duplicate of his 13 August feast and for that reason was deleted when the General Roman Calendar was revised in The Catholic Encyclopedia sees this as "connected with the confusion regarding the Roman presbyter resulting from the Acts of the Martyrs of Porto.
It has not been ascertained whether the memory of the latter was localized at Porto merely in connection with the legend in Prudentius, without further foundation, or whether a person named Hippolytus was really martyred at Porto, and afterwards confounded in legend with Hippolytus of Rome.