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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 4”,9 | the throne of the imperial capital Constantinople, and let 2 4”,9 | the throne of the imperial capital Constantinople, and let 3 4”,28| of her being the imperial capital. And motivated by the same 4 4”,28| the fact that it was the capital of an empire, and were fully 5 7”,2 | God-guarded and imperial capital city, .and the two hundred 6 7”,2 | God-guarded and imperial capital city in the time of Nectarius 7 7”,2 | president of this imperial capital city, and of Theophilus 8 7”,2 | this God-guarded imperial capital city. Furthermore, the Canon 9 7”,3 | God-guarded and imperial capital city, have neither carried 10 7”,35| this God-guarded imperial capital city, and by the six hundred 11 8”,17| if they have sufficient capital for this end and the accomplishment 12 8”,23| ravishment are liable to capital punishment, and all their 13 8”,23| to wife is also liable to capital punishment, according to 14 8”,23| Rome was honored as the capital of an empire. For, says 15 8”,23| of her being the imperial capital”; consequently, because 16 8”,23| followed, exactly as Rome was a capital city, it becomes proper 17 8”,23| at that time) an imperial capital, and New Rome, the Canons 18 8”,23| because it was an imperial capital, it became an ancient custom 19 8”,23| those living in the imperial capital city ought to be on their


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