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This article is about the theological concept. For the collaborative composition by Liszt and others, see Hexameron musical composition. Representation of the six days of creation. Most often these theological works take the form of commentaries on Genesis I.
As a genre, hexameral literature was popular in the early church and medieval periods. The word derives its name from the Greek roots hexa- , meaning "six", and hemer-, meaning "day".
Using the Genesis account as a template, the days of creation are claimed as follows: Light Separation of water and land, created plant life; Sun, moon, and stars Land animals, and man and woman. The seventh day is reserved for rest Sabbath , and so is not counted. Saint Basil wrote an early and influential series of homilies around AD which figure as the earliest extant Hexameron.
Basil originally performed the work as a series of sermons , and later collected them into a written work which was influential among early church leaders.
Among the Latin Fathers , Ambrose and Augustine of Hippo wrote some of the earliest extant hexameral literature. In contrast, Augustine wrote several works that serve as commentaries on the Genesis narrative, including the final section of The Confessions and The Literal Meaning of Genesis published in At the same time, this instantaneous creation included a progression of events.
Thus, creation happened over six days and in one single event. Following these figures, medieval writers such as Thomas Aquinas , Bonaventure , and Robert Grosseteste wrote hexameral literature.
Liszt: Hexaméron; Symphonie Fantastique