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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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exarchs

   Council,  Canon
1 6 | a deacon, who acted as exarchs of Agatho of Rome, Peter 2 7”,94| and Severus, and the other exarchs of such heresies, and those 3 8”,23| made superintendents and exarchs in some provinces and dioceses 4 8”,23| style of address accorded to exarchs, as did the Second Council, 5 8”,23| called patriarchs, instead of exarchs.~ ~ [51] Note that because 6 8”,23| Council calls Patriarchs exarchs of the diocese, because 7 8”,23| it as a law to abbots and exarchs of monasteries that the 8 8”,23| of Ancyra understands by “exarchs of the diocese” the other 9 8”,23| diocese. But this privilege of Exarchs is not today in effect. 10 8”,23| Metropolitans are called Exarchs, yet the other Metropolitans 11 8”,23| that in those times the Exarchs of dioceses were certain 12 8”,23| as we have stated, these Exarchs mentioned by the Canon were 13 8”,23| those who are now called Exarchs, as representatives sent


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