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Exile Cases

Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Serras (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/358)
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c. 358- (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/--) unknown
Constantius II
  • Emperor (c. 358)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 5.4
Hypatius (male) late fourth century (from: --/--/380 to: --/--/380)
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380 - ? (from: --/--/380 to: --/--/--) Nicaea [Iznik] Cyrus [Duruca] unknown
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (380)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 9.19
Secundus of Ptolemais (male) early fourth century (from: --/--/325 to: --/--/325)
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c. 325 (from: --/--/325 to: --/--/--) Ptolemais/Barkes Limen [Tolmeita] unknown
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (325)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 1.9-10 (NPNF)
Clerics supporting Basilius of Ancyra (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/360)
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c. 360 - ? (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/--) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] unknown
Basilius of Ancyra
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 5.1
Eunomius of Cyzikus (male) mid fourth century, died c. 395 (from: --/--/335 to: --/--/395)
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370 - c. 378 (from: --/--/370 to: --/--/378) Island of Naxos [Naxos] yes
Domitius Modestus
  • PPO Orientis (370)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 9.11
Dorotheus of Antioch (male) late fourth century (from: --/--/380 to: --/--/407)
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380 - ? (from: --/--/380 to: --/--/388) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] Thracia [Thrace] yes
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (380)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 9.19
Basilius of Ancyra (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/365)
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(from: --/--/360 to: --/--/365) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Illyricum [n/a] no
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop
Flavius Jovianus
  • Emperor
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 5.1 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.24 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 3.25
Eustathius of Sebaste (male) mid fourth century, died after 377 (from: --/--/355 to: --/--/377)
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(from: --/--/360 to: --/--/361) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] yes
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 5.1
Theophilus (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/350 to: --/--/364)
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358- (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/--) Nicomedia [İzmit] Heraclea in Pontus [Karadeniz Ereğli] unknown
Basilius of Ancyra
  • presbyter (358)
Eustathius of Sebaste
  • Bishop (358)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (358)
women supporting Basilius of Ancyra
  • (358)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 4.8 (PG 65:521)
Theophilus (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/350 to: --/--/364)
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354- before 358 (from: --/--/354 to: --/--/358) Nicomedia [İzmit] unknown [unknown] yes
Fl. Claudius Constantius Gallus
  • Caesar (354)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (354)
  • Emperor (between 354 and 358)
Eusebia (Empress)
  • Empress (between 354 and 358)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 4.1, 7 (PG 65:516-8, 520-21)
Maris of Chalcedon (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/362)
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325/6 - c. 328 (from: --/--/326 to: --/--/328) Chalcedon [Kadiköy] Gaul [France] yes
Theognis of Nicaea
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (325/6 - c. 328)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 2.7
Aetius of Antioch (male) mid fourth century, died 367 (from: --/--/344 to: --/--/367)
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358 or 359 (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/362) Alexandria [Alexandria] Pepouza [unknown] yes
Basilius of Ancyra
  • Bishop (358 or 359)
  • Bishop (359)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (358 or 359)
  • Emperor (359)
  • Emperor (between 360 and 362)
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (359)
  • Bishop (between 360 and 362)
Eunomius of Cyzikus
  • Bishop (between 360 and 362)
People of Amblada
  • (between 360 and 362)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 4.8, 11-12; 5.1-2; 6.7 (GCS) Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 2.23 (PG 1038-9)
Eunomius of Cyzikus (male) mid fourth century, died c. 395 (from: --/--/335 to: --/--/395)
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358-360 (from: --/--/358 to: --/--/360) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] Midaion [Karahöyük] n/a
Basilius of Ancyra
  • Bishop (358)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (358)
Maris of Chalcedon
  • Bishop
Eudoxius of Antioch
  • Bishop (359)
Aetius of Antioch
  • (359)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 4.5, 4.8 Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 2.27, p. 160-61 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.13.5-6, p. 156 Gregory of Nyssa, contra Eunomium
Eunomius of Cyzikus (male) mid fourth century, died c. 395 (from: --/--/335 to: --/--/395)
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367 - c. 368 (from: --/--/367 to: --/--/368) Chalcedon [Kadiköy] Mauretania [Mauritania] yes
Auxonius
  • PPO Orientis (367)
Valens of Mursa
  • Bishop (c. 368)
Domninus of Marcianopolis
  • Bishop (c. 368)
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (c. 368)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 9.8
Demophilus of Constantinople (male) late fourth century, died 386 (from: --/--/357 to: --/--/386)
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26/11/380 - ? (from: 26/11/380 to: --/--/--) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Beroe [Stara Zagora] n/a
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (380)
Lucius of Alexandria
  • (380 - ?)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 9.19 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 5.10 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 7.5, 7.12 (NPNF)
Eusebius of Nicomedia (male) early fourth century, died 341 (from: --/--/330 to: --/--/341)
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325/6 - c. 328 (from: --/--/326 to: --/--/328) Nicomedia [İzmit] Gaul [France] yes
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (325/6 - c. 328)
Secundus of Ptolemais
  • Bishop (325)
'principal bishops'
  • Bishop (c. 328)
Theognis of Nicaea
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Constantia
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Maris of Chalcedon
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 1.9-10, 2.7; Gelasius of Cyzicus, historia ecclesiastica I.11 (GCS NF 9:18-25); Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 1.19 (NPNF); Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 1.14 (NPNF); Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 2.16 (NPNF), 3.19.3; Opitz, Urkunde 27.16, 36 (Opitz, 125-6, 129);
Macedonius of Constantinople (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/342 to: --/--/360)
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360 - ? (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/--) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] no
Constantius II
  • Emperor (360)
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (360)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (360)
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (360)
Faction that had deposed Acacius and his followers
  • (after 360)
Eustathius of Antioch
  • (after 360)
Eleusius
  • (after 360)
Sophronius
  • (after 360)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 5.1 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.42-3, 45 (NPNF)
Eunomius of Cyzikus (male) mid fourth century, died c. 395 (from: --/--/335 to: --/--/395)
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389 - c. 393 (from: --/--/389 to: --/--/393) Chalcedon [Kadiköy] Halmyris [Murighiol] no
Theophronius
  • (c. 390)
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (389)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 10.6 Hieronymus, de viris illustribus 120 (Herding 62) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 7.17 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 5.20 (NPNF)
Theognis of Nicaea (male) early fourth century (from: --/--/326 to: --/--/329)
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325/6 - c. 328 (from: --/--/326 to: --/--/328) Nicaea [Iznik] Gaul [France] yes
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (325/6 - c. 328)
Secundus of Ptolemais
  • Bishop (325)
'principal bishops'
  • Bishop (c. 328)
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (325/6 - c. 328)
Constantia
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Maris of Chalcedon
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • (325/6 - c. 328)
Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 1.9, 2.7; Gelasius of Cyzicus, historia ecclesiastica I.11 (GCS NF 9:18-25); Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 1.19 (NPNF); Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 1.14 (NPNF); Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 2.16 (NPNF), 3.19.3; Opitz, Urkunde 27.16, 36 (Opitz, 125-6, 129);
Eustathius of Antioch (age of Constantine) (male) early fourth century (from: --/--/325 to: --/--/337)
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326 - c. 337? (from: --/--/326 to: --/--/337) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] Traianoupolis [Alexandroupoli (Thrace)] no
Woman in Antioch
  • (326-329)
Eulalius of Antioch
  • (326-329)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • Bishop (326-329)
Calandion of Antioch
  • Bishop (488/9)
Cyrus of Beroea
  • Bishop (326-329)
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Bishop (326-329)
Flavia Iulia Helena
  • Empress (326-329)
many presbyters and deacons in Antioch
  • presbyter (326-337?)
Athanasius, historia Arianorum 4.1, 5.2; Athanasius, de fuga 3.3; Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 1.24.2; Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 2.19.1; Eusebius, vita Constantini 3.59 (SC); Hieronymus, de viris illustribus 85 (Herding 52); Philostorgius, historia ecclesiastica 2.7; Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 1.22 (SC 501:286); Theophanes, AM 5818 (de Boor 28); Theodorus (Anagnostes) Lector, epitome historiae ecclesiasticae, 435
Liberius of Rome (male) died 366 (from: --/--/336 to: --/--/366)
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356-358 (from: --/--/356 to: --/--/358) Roma [Rome] Beroe [Stara Zagora] yes
Liberius' brothers, the presbyters and fellow bishops of the east
  • (357)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (355/6)
  • Emperor (358)
  • Emperor (357)
  • Emperor (357)
Fortunatianus of Aquileia
  • Bishop (before 354)
  • Bishop (357)
Ursacius of Singidunum
  • Bishop (357)
  • Bishop (357)
Valens of Mursa
  • Bishop (357)
  • Bishop (357)
Germinius of Sirmium
  • Bishop (357)
  • Bishop (357)
Felix
  • Archdeacon (autumn 356)
Epictetus
  • Bishop (356)
  • Bishop (357)
Auxentius of Milan
  • Bishop (356)
  • Bishop (357)
Vincentius
  • Bishop (357)
Caecilianus
  • Bishop (before 356)
Urbicus
  • Deacon (357)
Venerius
  • agens in rebus (357)
Eusebius of Vercelli
  • Bishop (353/3)
  • (355-356)
Lucifer of Cagliari
  • Bishop (354)
  • (355-6)
Dionysius of Milan
  • (355-356)
Demophilus of Constantinople
  • Bishop (357)
Hilarius
  • cubicularius (357)
All the bishops of Campania
  • Bishop (357)
People of Rome
  • (356)
Deputation from the Western Bishops
  • Bishop (357)
Deputies of the Eastern bishops and of other priests
  • (357)
Athanasius
  • Bishop (357)
Crescens
  • presbyter (357)
Eusebia (Empress)
  • Empress (355/6)
Eusebius (eunuch)
  • praepositus sacri cubiculi (355/6)
Noblewomen of Rome
  • (357/8)
Damasus
  • Deacon (356)
Catulinus
  • agens in rebus (358)
Constantina