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cacomythy 1
caerularius 1
caesar 4
caesarea 21
caesareans 1
caesaria 1
caius 1
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21 appeal
21 basilica
21 belief
21 caesarea
21 canonized
21 century
21 chalcedon

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caesarea

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | around 330, Eusebius of Caesarea, having been asked to become 2 1 | of Nicomedia, Eusebius of Caesarea, and Nicholas of Myra. Some 3 1 | his arrival. Eusebius of Caesarea and his two abbreviators, 4 1”,7 | was the metropolis called Caesarea[11] of Straton, to whom, 5 1”,7 | churches, and not the bishop of Caesarea, ordained Dion bishop of 6 1”,7 | Brother, or the bishop of Caesarea. Narcissus, by the way, 7 1”,7 | Council, while Eusebius of Caesarea was the fifth. And, generally 8 1”,7 | Jerusalem was subject to Caesarea, what of it? Just as Byzantium 9 1”,7 | Jerusalem was subject to Caesarea, after Jerusalem was honored 10 1”,7 | the seat of a patriarch, Caesarea, true enough, retained its 11 7”,2 | Basil the Archbishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia, of Gregory 12 8”,23| subject to the Bishop of Caesarea. These prelates were called 13 8”,23| Antioch, against the Bishop of Caesarea who had treated him scornfully, 14 8”,23| allowed also to the bishops of Caesarea, of Cappadocia, of Ephesus, 15 8”,23| Rome.~ ~ [11] It was named Caesarea because, according to Eusebius, 16 8”,23| were three cities named Caesarea in Asia. One was this metropolis 17 8”,23| metropolis in Palestine; a second Caesarea was that in Cappadocia, 18 8”,23| well as Mazaca; and a third Caesarea was Caesarea Philippi. ~ ~ [ 19 8”,23| and a third Caesarea was Caesarea Philippi. ~ ~ [12] Thus 20 8”,23| to Zonaras, were those of Caesarea, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Thessalonica, 21 8”,23| specifies that to its metropolis Caesarea there shall be preserved


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