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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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constantine

   Council,  Canon
1 1 | the Council, the emperor Constantine placed at the disposal of 2 1 | The Council was opened by Constantine with the greatest solemnity. 3 1 | were nowise hampered by Constantine's presence. To St. Athanasius 4 6 | after Christ in the time of Constantine Pogonatus, a descendant 5 7 | convoked in the reign of Constantine against those who were asserting 6 7 | in the year fourteen of Constantine’s reign. Thereafter, however, 7 7 | together in the reign of Constantine’s son Justinian and promulgated 8 7 | their names in the reign of Constantine are the same ones as those 9 7”,1 | in Nicaea in the reign of Constantine, who became our Emperor, 10 7”,1 | Imperial City in the reign of Constantine, who became our Emperor 11 8 | city, during the reign of Constantine and his mother Irene, A.D. 12 8 | and especially Anastasius, Constantine, and Nicetas, the pseudopatriarchs 13 8 | pseudo-council held in the reign of Constantine Copronymus in Blachernae, 14 8”,23| patriarch is defined by Leo and Constantine the emperors thus: “A patriarch 15 8”,23| Constantia the sister of Constantine the Great, and enjoyed second 16 8”,23| in the royal honor after Constantine himself, but later conceived 17 8”,23| and concerning the life of Constantine, Book I, ch. 54). But after 18 8”,23| he was gone, most pious Constantine made a contrary law to the 19 8”,23| concerning the life of Constantine, Book II, ch. 33; and Sozomen, 20 8”,23| Antioch during the reign of Constantine, though they did not utterly 21 8”,23| Eusebius, in his Life of Constantine (ch. 43) and Socrates (Book 22 8”,23| by the legendary edict of Constantine the Great upon Silvester, 23 8”,23| Again, how could Emperor Constantine, a most godly man and a 24 8”,23| upon the Lord’s suppers by Constantine, Eusebius says that they 25 8”,23| 230] Emperors Leo and Constantine, in their Ecloge of Laws ( 26 8”,23| the Macedonian, Leo, and Constantine (page 135 in Book II of 27 8”,23| Emperor Maximinus, before Constantine the Great, and the bronze 28 8”,23| fifteenth letter to Emperor Constantine. If, on the other hand,


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