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Exile Cases

Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Dorotheus of Marcianopolis (male) early fifth century (from: --/--/432 to: --/--/432)
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432 - ? (from: --/--/432 to: --/--/--) Marcianopolis [Devnya] Caesarea [Kayseri] unknown
Theodosius II
  • Emperor (432)
Nestorius
  • (432-451)
ACO 1.4:203, no. 279 Iohannes Rufus, Plerophories (Nau, PO 8, 1911: 83), citing History composed by Timothy Aelurus. Barhadbessaba Arbaia (Nau, PO 9/5, 1913:493-677) 30
300 of the clergy of Theodosius (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536 - ? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/--) Alexandria [Alexandria] Fortress Derkos [n/a] unknown
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536 and later)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (after 536)
Z'ura
  • (536 and later)
Ioannes of Hephaistopolis
  • (536 and later)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of Z’ura (PO 17:35) Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of John of Hephaistopolis (PO 18:528-529)
Z'ura (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536 - ? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/--) Alexandria [Alexandria] Fortress Derkos [n/a] unknown
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536 and later)
Hananya the presbyter
  • presbyter (536 - ?)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (after 536)
Ioannes of Hephaistopolis
  • (536 and later)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of Z’ura (PO 17:35) Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of John of Hephaistopolis (PO 18:528-529)
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)
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)
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)
Assembly of clerics in Armenia (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536/7 - ? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/--) Armenia [Armenia] Claudias [unknown] unknown
Brother of Ephraim of Amida
  • (536/7)
Judge in Armenia
  • (536/7)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 21 (PO 82:287-92)
Iohannes the Nazarite and 30 monks (male) sixth century (from: --/--/450 to: --/--/--)
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sixth century - ? (from: --/--/500 to: --/--/--) Zuqnin Monastery [Diyarbakır] unknown [unknown] unknown
The sick and possessed
  • (sixth century)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (sixth century)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 3 (PO 17:36-55)
Samuel (abbot) (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/539 to: --/--/551)
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539 - 551 (from: --/--/539 to: --/--/551) Monastery of the Huts in the district of Claudias [unknown] no
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (between 539 and 551)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 58 (PO 19:207-8)
Ioannes of Hephaistopolis (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536 - ? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/--) Hephaistopolis [Kayetbai] Fortress Derkos [n/a] no
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536 and later)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (after 536)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of Z’ura (PO 17:35) Ioannes of Ephesus, Life of John of Hephaistopolis (PO 18:528-529) Victor of Tunnuna, chronica 540 (MGH AA 11:199)
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)
Nestorius (male) mid fifth century (from: --/--/386 to: --/--/450)
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431 - after 450 (from: --/--/431 to: --/--/450) Ephesus [Selçuk] Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] no
Aelia Pulcheria
  • Empress (431)
Escorts of Nestorius
  • (after 436)
Companions of Nestorius
  • (after 436)
Maximianus of Constantinople
  • Bishop (431)
Flavius Anthemius Isidorus
  • PPO Orientis (436)
Valentinianus III
  • Emperor (3/8/435)
Leontius
  • praefectus urbis Constantinopolitanae (3/8/435)
Dorotheus of Marcianopolis
  • (after 432)
Theodoretus of Cyrrhus
  • Bishop (435/6)
  • (after 449)
Photius
  • presbyter (435 - ?)
Irenaeus
  • (435 - before 445)
Iohannes of Antioch
  • Bishop (435)
Dalmatius of Constantinople
  • Abbot (431)
Shenoute
  • Abbot (before 451)
aristocrat from Alexandria sent by the comes
  • (after 436)
Messenger
  • (after 436)
Ioannes
  • tribunus (east) (451)
Marcianus (emperor)
  • Emperor (451)
Chamberlain accompanying Nestorius
  • (after 436)
Orthodox bishops
  • (after 436)
Theodosius II
  • Emperor (431)
Dorotheus of Marcianopolis
  • Bishop (432-451)
Evagrius, historia ecclesiastica 1.7; ACO 1.1.3, 110 (Schwartz, 67); 1.4, 166-7, 189-90; Codex Theodosianus 16.5.66; Barhadbessaba Arbaia (Nau, PO 9/5, 1913:493-677) 27-30; Elias' letter to Cosmas (Nau, PO 13/2, 1916:273-86); Chronicle of Seert (Sher, PO 5/2, 1950:221-344); Iohannes Rufus, Plerophories (Nau, PO 8, 1911:405-608); Michael Syrus (Chabot, vol. 2); Severus of Hermopolis, historia Patriarcharum Alexandrinorum (Evetts, PO 1/4, 1948, 383-518); John Moschus, Pratum Spirituale (ed. Th. Nissen, "Unbekannte Erzählungen aus dem Pratum Spirituale", Byzantinische Zeitschrift 38, 1938, 351-376); Historia Ecclesiastica Coptica (ed. D.W. Johnson, "Further Fragments of a Coptic Church History of the Church: Cambridge Or. 1699 R.", Enchoria 6, 1976, 7-17);
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)
Thomas the Armenian (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536/7 - c. 566? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/566) Armenia [Armenia] Claudias [unknown] unknown
Ephraim of Amida
  • Bishop (536/7)
Brother of Ephraim of Amida
  • (536/7)
Judge in Armenia
  • (536/7)
Assembly of clerics in Armenia
  • (536/7 - ?)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 21 (PO 82:287-92)
Addai the Chorepiscopus (male) sixth century (from: --/--/525 to: --/--/525)
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525? - 555? (from: --/--/525 to: --/--/555) unknown [unknown] unknown
Imperial messengers
  • (525?)
Iustinus
  • Emperor (525?)
Monks from Addai's monastery
  • (after 525?)
Cappadocian traders
  • (after 525?)
Staff at vineyard
  • (after 525?)
Ioannes of Ephesus
  • (before 555?)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 8 (PO 17:124-35)
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)
Alexander Acoemetes (male) early fifth century (from: --/--/420 to: --/--/430)
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c. 420 - ? (from: --/--/420 to: --/--/--) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] Chalcis ad Belum [Qinnasrin] unknown
magister militum in Antioch
  • magister militum per orientem (c. 520)
Theodotus of Antioch
  • Bishop (c. 420)
brethrens of Alexander Acoemetes
  • Monk (c. 420)
municipal guards
  • (c. 420)
Vita Alexandri Acoemeti 41-2 (PO 6:690-91)
Gaianus of Alexandria (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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536 - ? (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/--) Alexandria [Alexandria] Carthago [Carthage] unknown
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (536)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress (536)
Theodosius of Alexandria
  • Bishop (536)
Narsis
  • cubicularius (536)
Gaianitians in Alexandria
  • (536)
Dioscorus
  • praefectus augustalis (536)
Liberatus, Breviarium 20 (ACO 2.5:135) Historia patriarcharum Alexandrinorum 1.13 (PO 1:455-461) Victor of Tunnuna, chronica 540 (MGH AA 11:199)
Ibas of Edessa (male) mid fifth century, died 28/10/457 (from: --/--/431 to: 28/10/457)
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449 - 451 (from: --/--/449 to: --/--/451) Edessa [Şanlıurfa] 20 different prisons, including one in Antioch [n/a] yes
Flavius Thomas Iulianus Chaereas
  • comes ordinis primi et praeses Osrhoenae (449)
Chrysaphius
  • (449)
Eutyches
  • (449)
Nonnus of Edessa
  • Bishop (449)
ACO 2.1:376, 2.5:117; Sacrosancta Concilia (Labbe) 4:634, 891, 917; Chronica Edessena LXVIII; Barhadbessaba Arbaia (Nau, PO 9, Fasc. 5); Acta Synodis Ephesinae IIB (Akten der ephesinischen Synode vom Jahre 449) , ed. J. Flemming, Berlin 1917, p. 21-69
Isidorus of Kenneshrin (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/527)
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521 - after 527 (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536) Chalcis ad Belum [Qinnasrin] Alexandria [Alexandria] no
Marutha
  • Deaconess (after 536)
Shmuni
  • Deaconess (after 536)
Iustinus
  • Emperor (c. 518)
Lupicina (Euphemia)
  • Empress (c. 518)
Theodora (empress)
  • Empress
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 13 (PO 82:189) Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, chronicon 3.32 (transl. Witakowski, 31-32) Chronicle of Zuqnin, Third part, 517-518 (Harrak, 50)
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)
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