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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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imperial

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | written law (canons and imperial laws) gained ground, custom 2 1 | the central hall of the imperial palace. A large place was 3 1”,7 | as received by virtue of imperial letters the honor of being 4 4”,9 | or to the throne of the imperial capital Constantinople, 5 4”,9 | or to the throne of the imperial capital Constantinople, 6 4”,12| Emperors have contrived to get Imperial edicts (for these are what 7 4”,12| in attaining, by means of imperial letters, to the honor of 8 4”,17| city has been rebuilt by imperial authority, or has been built 9 4”,17| heretofore been built any city by imperial authority, or if any be 10 4”,23| communion, have resorted to the imperial city of Constantinople, 11 4”,23| their departure from the imperial city. But if they impudently 12 4”,28| who became emperor in the imperial city of Constantinople otherwise 13 4”,28| account of her being the imperial capital. And motivated by 14 4”,28| senate, and is equal to old imperial Rome in respect of other 15 4”,30| upon the like habit in the Imperial City till an Archbishop 16 4”,30| that is to say, in the Imperial City until another Archbishop 17 7 | Council was assembled in the imperial and lustrous palace called 18 7”,1 | Fathers who convened in the Imperial City itself in the reign 19 7”,1 | upon the ground of this Imperial City in the reign of Justinian, 20 7”,1 | assembled on the grounds of this Imperial City in the reign of Constantine, 21 7”,2 | in this God-guarded and imperial capital city, .and the two 22 7”,2 | in this God-guarded and imperial capital city in the time 23 7”,2 | Nectarius the president of this imperial capital city, and of Theophilus 24 7”,2 | Patriarch of this God-guarded imperial capital city. Furthermore, 25 7”,3 | of this God-guarded and imperial capital city, have neither 26 7”,35| assembled in this God-guarded imperial capital city, and by the 27 7”,37| city has been rebuilt by imperial authority, or has been built 28 7”,68| with the exception that the Imperial power and authority is in 29 8”,10| into this God-guarded and imperial city, and become attached 30 8”,15| to two churches, in this imperial city at any rate, is not 31 8”,23| the choice of remaining imperial soldiers, just as they had 32 8”,23| Sardica. How greatly that imperial order of this sort actually 33 8”,23| place and the fact that the imperial magistrate sent with the 34 8”,23| nonecclesiastical, or secular, and imperial, or royal, defensors, referred 35 8”,23| secondly, because the civil and imperial laws do not state that only 36 8”,23| metropolis honored with imperial letters, and their bishop, 37 8”,23| with the decorations of imperial majesty in imitation of 38 8”,23| garland; the right to wear an imperial pallium (or omophorion) 39 8”,23| his horse caparisoned in imperial style, with all the imperial 40 8”,23| imperial style, with all the imperial insignia and emblems, and 41 8”,23| account of her being the imperial capital”; consequently, 42 8”,23| being (at that time) an imperial capital, and New Rome, the 43 8”,23| too, because it was an imperial capital, it became an ancient 44 8”,23| the Council, but by the imperial rulers, and was merely a 45 8”,23| Definition with the seal of his imperial ring so as to prevent anybody 46 8”,23| manuscript rituals of the Imperial and great Monasteries of 47 8”,23| especially those living in the imperial capital city ought to be 48 8”,23| pride in it than in their imperial diadems, but even the Calvinists 49 8”,23| right foot (owing to the imperial character of the kingdom), 50 8”,23| for one thing because the imperial laws permit oaths to be 51 8”,23| common and plain house. The imperial laws command further that 52 8”,23| Virginity.~ ~ [288] The imperial laws also decree the following


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