Council of Constantinople

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  • Council of Constantinople (382) —     Council of Constantinople (A.D. 382)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Council of Constantinople (A.D. 382)     In the summer of 382 a council of the oriental bishops, convoked by Theodosius, met in the imperial city. We still have its important… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Council of Constantinople (754) —     Council of Constantinople (A.D. 754)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Council of Constantinople (A.D. 754)     In 754 the Iconoclast Emperor Constantine V called in the imperial city a council of 338 bishops. Through cowardice and servility they …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Council of Constantinople (360) — Further information: Council of Rimini and Council of Seleucia In 359, the Roman Emperor Constantius II requested a church council, at Constantinople, of both the eastern and western bishops, to resolve the split at the Council of… …   Wikipedia

  • Council of Constantinople (1094) — The Council of Constantinople of 1094 was convened by the Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos and held in Constantinople at Blachernae palace in order to resolve the case of Leo of Chalcedon. Background Alexios I was in a desperate situation… …   Wikipedia

  • Council of Constantinople (815) — The Council of Constantinople of 815 was held in the Byzantine capital, in the Hagia Sophia, and initiated the second period of the Byzantine Iconoclasm. Shortly before it convened, the iconophile Patriarch Nikephoros I was deposed by Emperor Leo …   Wikipedia

  • First Council of Constantinople — For the church council of Constantinople in 359, see First Council of Constantinople (360). 9th century Byzantine manuscript illumination of I Constantinople Homilies of Gregory Nazianzus, 879 882 …   Wikipedia

  • Fourth Council of Constantinople (Eastern Orthodox) — For the 8th Catholic Ecumenical Council, see Fourth Council of Constantinople (Catholic). Fourth Council of Constantinople (879 880) Date 879 880 Accepted by Eastern Orthodoxy Previous council Second Council of Nicaea Next council …   Wikipedia

  • Second Council of Constantinople — Date 553 Accepted by Roman Catholics, Old Catholics, Eastern Orthodox Previous council Council of Chalcedon Next council Third Council of Constantinople …   Wikipedia

  • Fourth Council of Constantinople (Roman Catholic) — For the Eastern Orthodox synod (879–880), see Fourth Council of Constantinople (Eastern Orthodox) Part of a series on Catholic Ecumenical Councils …   Wikipedia

  • Third Council of Constantinople — Date 680 681 Accepted by Roman Catholics, Old Catholics, Eastern Orthodox Previous council Second Council of Constantinople Next council (Roman Catholic) Second Council of Nicaea (Orthodox) …   Wikipedia

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