Acacius

(from the article `Homoean`) in the Trinitarian controversies of the 4th-century Christian Church, a follower of Acacius, bishop of Caesarea. The Homoeans taught a form of ...
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Acacius

(from the article `Acacian Schism`) (484–519), in Christian history, split between the patriarchate of Constantinople and the Roman See, caused by an edict by Byzantine patriarch ... [3 related articles]
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Acacius

Acacius is a Ancient Greek (Latinized) boy name. The meaning of the name is `Innocent, Pure` Where is it used? The name Acacius is mainly used In Ancient Greek (Latinized) .How do they say it elsewhere? Akakios ( In Greek and In Ancient Greek) The name Acacius doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name...
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Acacius

[son of Archelaus] == Siege of Nisibis == ===John of Epiphania=== Acacius is first mentioned by name in the work of John of Epiphania. He was reportedly sent by Justin II to dismiss Marcian, the magister militum per Orientem, from office. Acacius dutifully did so, preventing Marcian from concluding the siege of Nisibis. The leaderless Byzan...
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Acacius

[proconsul] == Biography == Procopius considers Acacius and his son Adolius to have been natives of Roman Armenia: `Adolius, the son of Acacius ... This Adolius was an Armenian by birth, and he always served the emperor while in the palace as privy counsellor (those who enjoy this honour are called by the Romans `silentiarii`), but at that ...
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Acacius

[curator] == Biography == Acacius was reportedly an imperial curator (Greek:βασιλικός κουράτωρ). His duties are not mentioned. He could have served as curator of a domus divina, thus being a vir illustris (high ranking senator), or he could have been a palace official. Acacius is known to have had a daughter. When said daug...
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Acacius

[Alexandria] Acacius was a native of Amida, and Zacharias Rhetor calls him `Bar Eshkhofo`, which seems to mean `son of a cobbler. Zacharias further reports that after the deposition of Patriarch Paul of Alexandria and his replacement by Zoilus (in 539/540), Acacius was the military officer tasked to protect Zoilus from the hostile populatio...
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Acacius

[Nestorian Patriarch] Acacius was patriarch of the Church of the East from 485 to 496. He is included in the traditional list of patriarchs of the Church of the East. During his reign he struggled to prevent the Church of the East from aligning itself with the `Nestorian` doctrine espoused by the metropolitan Bar Sawma of Nisibis. == Source...
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