Acacian Schism

(484–519), in Christian history, split between the patriarchate of Constantinople and the Roman See, caused by an edict by Byzantine patriarch ... [10 related articles]
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Acacian schism

The Acacian schism between the Eastern and Western Christian Churches lasted thirty-five years, from 484–519. It resulted from a drift in the leaders of Eastern Christianity toward Monophysitism, and Emperor Zeno`s unsuccessful attempt to reconcile the parties with the Henotikon. ==Chronology== In the events leading up to the Schism, Pope Felix....
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