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Exile Cases

Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Twelve bishops from the Antioch area (male) early sixth century (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/521)
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521 - ? (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/--) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] no
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 18 (PO 18:513-26)
Ioannes of Ephesus (male) c. 507 - c. 588 (from: --/--/507 to: --/--/588)
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after 542 (from: --/--/542 to: --/--/--) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Monastery in the palace of Hormisdas [Boukoleon Palace] yes
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (after 542)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 47 (PO 18, 680-81)
Sergius (male) late sixth century (from: --/--/571 to: --/--/571)
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after 571 - ? (from: --/--/571 to: --/--/571) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Monastery of Raboula [n/a] unknown
Ioannes of Constantinople (sixth c.)
  • Bishop (after 571)
monks of Raboula
  • Monk (after 571)
Iustinus II
  • Emperor (after 571)
Ioannes of Ephesus, historia ecclesiastica 2.14 Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 48, 52 (PO 18:689-90, 19:221)
Anthimus of Constantinople (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/535 to: --/--/548)
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536 - 548 (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/548) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Monastery in the palace of Hormisdas [Boukoleon Palace] yes
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536)
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (548)
Agapitus of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (536)
Menas of Constantinople
  • Bishop (536)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 48 (PO 18, 686-7) Liber Pontificalis 59 (Duchesne)
Amidan monks (male) early sixth century (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/521)
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521 - ? (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/530) Amida [Diyarbakır] yes
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (after 521)
crowds from distant lands
  • (after 521)
Iustinus
  • Emperor (521)
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (c. 530)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 35 (PO 18:607-23)
Susanna (female) early sixth century (from: --/--/519 to: --/--/519)
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c. 519 - after 534 (from: --/--/519 to: --/--/534) Palaestina [Palestine] unknown
Five nuns from Susan's convent
  • Nun (c. 519)
Villagers from Mendis
  • (after 519)
Maro, Samuel and his sister
  • (after 519)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (534)
Iustinus
  • (519)
The ill and infirm
  • (534)
Holy man in the desert
  • (534)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 27 (PO 18:541-58)
Iohannes of Tella (male) 483 - 538 (from: --/--/483 to: --/--/538)
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521 - 538 (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/538) Tella [Viranşehir] no
Severus of Antioch
  • (early 520ies)
Monophysite bishops
  • (early 520ies)
Monophysite monks
  • (early 520ies)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (529)
'170,000' clerics
  • (after 522)
70 Amidene monks
  • (529)
Ephraim of Amida
  • Bishop (538)
Twelve bishops from the Antioch area
  • Bishop (after 521)
V.-L. Menze, “The Regula ad Diaconos: John of Tella, his Eucharistic Ecclesiology and the Establishment of an Ecclesiastical Hierarchy in Exile,” Oriens Christianus 90 (2006), 44-90 Severus, Select Letters 5.14 (Brooks, 1902-4, 389-94) Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 18 (PO 18:513-26) Chronicle of Zuqnin, Third part, 517-518 (Harrak, 51)
Theodosius of Alexandria (male) mid sixth century, died 5/6/567 (from: --/--/536 to: 5/6/567)
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536 - 5/6/567 (from: --/--/536 to: 5/6/567) Alexandria [Alexandria] Fortress Derkos [n/a] no
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536 and later)
Paulus of Alexandria
  • Abbot (536)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (after 536)
300 of the clergy of Theodosius
  • (536 and later)
Z'ura
  • (536 and later)
Ioannes of Hephaistopolis
  • (536 and later)
  • (after 536)
  • (after 536)
Anthimus of Constantinople
  • Bishop (c. 536)
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of Z’ura (PO 17:35) Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of John of Hephaistopolis (PO 18:528-529) Ioannes of Ephesus, Vitae Sanctorum Orientalium 48, 50 (PO 18, 685, 688; PO 19:155) Historia patriarcharum Alexandrinorum 2.13 (PO 1:457) Victor of Tunnuna, chronica 540 (MGH AA 11:199) Liberatus, Breviarium 20, 23 (ACO 2.5:135, 138)
Severus of Antioch (male) 465 - 8/2/538 (from: --/--/465 to: 8/2/538)
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518 - c. 538 (from: --/--/518 to: --/--/538) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] no
Iustinus
  • Emperor (518)
Iulianus of Halicarnassus
  • (between 518 and 535)
Anthimus of Constantinople
  • Bishop (c. 536)
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (c. 535 and later)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (c. 536 and later)
Iustinus
  • Emperor (518)
Irenaeus
  • comes (east) (518)
Flavius Vitalianus
  • comes (east) (518)
Paulus I of Antioch
  • Bishop (518)
Theodosius of Alexandria
  • Bishop (c. 536)
Isaac the Scholastic
  • (after 518)
Philippus the presbyter
  • presbyter (between 519 and 538)
Cassian
  • Bishop (between 519 and 520)
Constantine
  • Bishop (between 519 and 520)
Antoninus
  • Bishop (between 519 and 520)
Theodore
  • presbyter (between 525 and 531)
  • archimandrite (between 519 and 538)
  • (between 519 and 538)
  • (between 519 and 538)
Proclus
  • Bishop (between 519 and 538)
Didymus
  • Bishop (between 519 and 525)
  • Bishop (between 519 and 525)
Iulianus
  • presbyter (between 519 and 525)
Misael
  • Deacon (between 519 and 525)
Photius
  • presbyter (between 519 and 533)
Andreas
  • presbyter (between 519 and 533)
'the orthodox in Emesa'
  • (between 518 and 519)
Ammianus
  • (between 519 and 534)
Epagathus
  • (between 519 and 534)
Misael
  • Deacon (between 519 and 534)
Caesaria
  • patricia (between 521 and 536)
Iohannes Canopites
  • (between 519 and 534)
'the believers in Antioch'
  • (between 519 and 538)
Andreas the reader and notary
  • notarius (4th September 537)
  • notarius (September 537)
Caesaria
  • patricia (between 519 and 535)
Simeon
  • presbyter (between 521 and 531)
the orthodox clergymen and laymen in Antioch
  • (between 519 and 520)
  • (between 519 and 520)
Isaac
  • (between 519 and 538)
Eustace
  • Monk (between 519 and 538)
Marion of Shura
  • Bishop (between 522 and 527)
Proclus
  • Bishop (between 519 and 537)
Eusebuna
  • Bishop (between 519 and 537)
Iohannes (a bishop)
  • Bishop (between 521 and 527)
Philoxenus
  • Bishop (between 521 and 527)
Thomas
  • Bishop (between 521 and 527)
Sergius of Cyrrus
  • Bishop (between 522 and 527)
Isidora
  • (between 519 and 538)
Iohannes of Bostra
  • Scholasticus (between 519 and 538)
  • (between 519 and 538)
  • (between 519 and 538)
Andreas the reader and notary
  • notarius (537)
  • notarius (31 June 537)
Thecla the Countess
  • (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • patricia (between 519 and 535)
Georgia
  • (between 519 and 538)
Jonathan
  • presbyter (between 519 and 538)
Samuel
  • presbyter (between 519 and 538)
the orthodox assembled in the church of the city of Anbar
  • (between 519 and 538)
Iohannes the presbyter (3?)
  • presbyter (between 519 and 538)
the orthodox assembled in the church of Hirtha dNu'man
  • (between 519 and 538)
Victor the presbyter
  • presbyter (between 519 and 521)
  • presbyter (between 513 and 521)
  • presbyter (between 513 and 521)
Elisha the prebyter and archimandrite
  • presbyter (between 519 and 521)
'the monks of the east'
  • Monk (between 519 and 521een 519 and 525)
Philippus the presbyter and monk
  • presbyter (between 519 and 520)
Caesaria
  • hypatissa (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • hypatissa (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • hypatissa (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • hypatissa (519)
Caesaria
  • (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • (between 519 and 538)
Caesaria
  • (between 519 and 538)