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Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Barses of Edessa (male) late fourth century (from: --/--/373 to: --/--/373)
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373 - ? (from: --/--/373 to: --/--/--) Edessa [Şanlıurfa] Arados [Arwad] unknown
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (373 and later)
Basilius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (c. 377)
Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 4.16 (SC 530: 240-2) Basilius of Caesarea, epistula 264 Michael Syrus 7.8 (Chabot 1:309)
Dionysius of Milan (male) died 361/2? (from: --/--/352 to: --/--/361)
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355- before 362 (from: --/--/355 to: 4/2/362) Mediolan(i)um [Milan] Armenia [Armenia] no
Eusebius of Vercelli
  • Bishop (355)
Lucifer of Cagliari
  • Bishop (355)
Auxentius of Milan
  • presbyter (355)
Liberius of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (355-356)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (355)
Basilius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (before 370)
Ambrosius of Milan
  • Bishop (perhaps 396)
Ennodius of Pavia
  • Bishop (before 521)
Aurelius of Riditio
  • Bishop (475)
Eusebia
  • (475)
Hilarius
  • Deacon (355)
Pancratius
  • presbyter (355)
Valens of Mursa
  • Bishop (355)
Ursacius of Singidunum
  • Bishop (355)
Faustinus et Marcellinus , libellus precum 23, collectio Avellana 2 (CSEL 35.1:12); Ambrosius, epistula 63, 68-71, 21a and 18 (PL 16:1207-9, 1012-3) = epistula 75a, 18, extra coll. 14 and 68-71 (CSEL 82.3:93-4 and 271-3); Vita Dionysii 76 (AASS Mai. VI:46, BHL 2168); Hilarius of Poitiers, textus narrativus (Liber I ad Constantium), App. 7.1 and 1.3 (CSEL 65:164 and 186-7); Sulpicius Severus, Chronica 2.39 (CSEL 1:92-3); Athanasius, apologia ad Constantium 27 (SC 56:118-9); Athanasius, de fuga 4 (Opitz 2.1:70-71); Athanasius, historia Arianorum 33.6 and 46.3 (Opitz 2.1:201 and 210); Rufinus, historia ecclesiastica 10.21 (GCS 9.2.2:987-8); Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.36 (PG 67:300-302); Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.9.3-4 (GCS 50:148); Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 2.15.4 (GCS 19:129); Prosper of Aquitaine, epitoma chronicon 1091 (MGH auct. ant. 9, chronica minora 1:455); Liberius, epistula, in Hilarius, Fragmentum historiarum, App. VII.1 (CSEL 65:164-6); Hieronymus, chronica, ann. 355 (GCS 47:239-40); Basilius of Caesarea, epistula 197 (Courtonne); Ennodius, carmina 1.21 (MGH auct. ant. 7:255-6); CIL V 6183a; Acta Sanctorum, Nov. 2.2:271 (BHL 2168 and 2169); Catalogus archiepiscorum Mediolanensium, MGH script. 8:102;
Eusebius of Samosata (male) late fourth century, died c. 379 (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/379)
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c. 373 - 378 (from: --/--/373 to: --/--/378) Samosata [Samsat] Thracia [Thrace] yes
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (c. 373)
Lucius of Alexandria
  • Bishop (c. 373)
Imperial messenger
  • (c. 373)
Slave of Eusebius of Samosata
  • (c. 373)
friends of Eusebius of Samosata
  • (c. 373)
Eunomius of Samosata
  • Bishop (c. 373)
Basilius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (c. 373)
  • Bishop (376-377)
Otreius of Melitene
  • Bishop (c. 373)
Paulus the deacon or presbyter
  • Deacon (377)
Gregorius of Nazianzus
  • Bishop (c. 373)
  • Bishop (375)
Eupraxius
  • (c. 373)
Leontius
  • peraequator (375)
Sophronius
  • (375)
Mare of Doliche
  • Bishop (378)
Domnica
  • Empress (c. 373)
Eudoxius of Antioch
  • Bishop (c. 373)
Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 4.12-13 (NPNF); Basilius of Caesarea, epistula 181-183, 198, 237, 268; Gregorius of Nazianzus, epistula 64-66; Theophanes, AM 5871;

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