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Exile Cases

Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Anianus of Antioch (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/359 to: --/--/359)
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359 - ? (from: --/--/359 to: --/--/--) Seleucia ad Calycadnum/Tracheia [Silifke] unknown
Bassidius Lauricius
  • comes et praeses Isauriae (359)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.40
Cyrillus of Jerusalem (male) c. 313 - 386 (from: --/--/313 to: --/--/386)
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366 - 378 (from: --/--/366 to: --/--/378) Ierusalem [Jerusalem] yes
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (366)
Flavius Gratianus
  • Emperor (378)
Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 5.2 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 5.2 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 6.12, 7.1
Eustathius of Antioch (male) late fourth century (from: --/--/363 to: --/--/374)
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374 - ? (from: --/--/374 to: --/--/--) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Bizye [Vize] unknown
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (374)
Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 6.13.4 (SC 495:310) Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 4.15 (SC 505:67) Theophanes, AM 5861 (de Boor 58).
Agelius (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/366 to: --/--/366)
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366 (from: --/--/366 to: --/--/366) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] yes
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (366)
Flavius Valens
  • presbyter (366)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 4.9 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 6.9 (NPNF)
Athanasius (male) (from: --/--/-- to: --/--/--)
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24/10/362 - 26/6/363 (from: 24/10/362 to: 26/6/363) Alexandria [Alexandria] yes
Flavius Claudius Iulianus
  • Emperor (24/10/362)
Flavius Jovianus
  • Emperor (363)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 3.14
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
Meletius of Antioch (male) mid/late fourth century, died 381 (from: --/--/357 to: --/--/381)
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361 - 4/2/362 (from: 3/11/361 to: 4/2/362) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] yes
Constantius II
  • Emperor (361)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (361)
Euzoius of Antioch
  • Bishop (361)
supporters of Meletius in Antioch
  • (361)
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (383/4)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.44, 3.9 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.28 (NPNF)
Athanasius (male) (from: --/--/-- to: --/--/--)
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5/10/365 - 1/2/366 (from: 5/10/365 to: 1/2/366) Alexandria [Alexandria] yes
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (365 - 366)
notarius in Alexandria
  • notarius (1/2/366)
Flavianus
  • praefectus Aegypti (365 - 366)
Historia Athanasii 16-17 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 4.13 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 6.12
Lucius of Adrianopolis (male) mid fourth century, died c. 348 (from: --/--/343 to: --/--/348)
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before 343 - c. 344 (from: --/--/343 to: --/--/344) Hadrianopolis [Tadmur] yes
Constantius II
  • Emperor (before 343)
Iulius of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (344?)
Athanasius, historia Arianorum 19.1 Athanasius, de fuga 3.3 Athanasius, apologia secunda 43.2 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.15, 23 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 3.8, 24 (NPNF)
Meletius of Antioch (male) mid/late fourth century, died 381 (from: --/--/357 to: --/--/381)
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371/2 - c. 378 (from: --/--/371 to: --/--/378) Antiochia/Theoupolis [Antakya] Armenia [Armenia] yes
Flavius Valens
  • Emperor (378)
supporters of Meletius in Antioch
  • (c. 381)
Domnica
  • Empress (371/2)
Eudoxius of Antioch
  • Bishop (371/2)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 5.5 (NPNF) Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 4.12-13 (NPNF)
Cyrillus of Jerusalem (male) c. 313 - 386 (from: --/--/313 to: --/--/386)
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360 - 361 (from: --/--/360 to: --/--/361) Ierusalem [Jerusalem] yes
Constantius II
  • Emperor (360)
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (360)
Flavius Claudius Iulianus
  • Emperor (361)
Theodoret, historia ecclesiastica 2.22-3 Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.42, 3.1 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.25, 5.4
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)
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)
Paulus of Constantinople (male) mid fourth century, d. c. 350 (from: --/--/337 to: --/--/350)
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c. 339 - 341 (from: --/--/339 to: --/--/341) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] yes
Flavius Theodosius
  • Emperor (383)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (c. 339)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • Bishop (c. 339)
Athanasius
  • (344?)
Asclepas of Gaza
  • (344?)
Marcellus of Ancyra
  • (344?)
Lucius of Adrianopolis
  • (344?)
Iulius of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (344?)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.6-7, 12 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 3.3-4 Athanasius, historia Arianorum 275 (1.7 NPNF) Mansi, concilia i. 1275 Photius, bibliotheca 257 (Bekker, 474-7) https://archive.org/stream/bibliothecaexrec00photuoft#page/474/mode/2up
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)
Arius (male) c. 250 - 336 (from: --/--/250 to: --/--/336)
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19/6/325 - 327 (from: 19/6/325 to: --/--/327) Alexandria [Alexandria] Illyricum [n/a] yes
Flavius Valerius Constantinus
  • Emperor (19/6/325)
  • Emperor (327)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • Emperor (327)
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • Emperor (327)
'Arian' presbyter
  • presbyter (327)
Constantia
  • Empress (327)
Euzoius (deacon)
  • (327)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 1.8, 1.23-6 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 1.21, 2.16 (NPNF)
Paulus of Constantinople (male) mid fourth century, d. c. 350 (from: --/--/337 to: --/--/350)
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342 - c. 344 (from: --/--/342 to: --/--/344) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] yes
Constantius II
  • Emperor (342)
Hermogenes
  • magister equitum (342)
Crowd in Constantinople
  • (342)
Flavius Iulius Constans
  • Emperor (c. 344)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (c. 344)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.13 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 3.7 Athanasius of Alexandria, historia Arianorum 275 (1.7 NPNF) Mansi, concilia i. 1275 Photius, bibliotheca 257 (Bekker, 474-7) https://archive.org/stream/bibliothecaexrec00photuoft#page/474/mode/2up
Asclepas of Gaza (male) mid fourth century (from: --/--/344 to: --/--/344)
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before 337 - c. 344 (from: --/--/337 to: --/--/344) Gaza [Gaza] yes
Eusebius Pamphilus
  • (c. 343)
Marcellus of Ancyra
  • (344?)
Lucius of Adrianopolis
  • (344?)
Iulius of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (344?)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.15 Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 3.8 Athanasius, historia Arianorum 5.2 Athanasius, de fuga 3.3
Marcellus of Ancyra (male) (from: --/--/-- to: --/--/--)
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336 - c. 344 (from: --/--/336 to: --/--/344) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] yes
Eusebius of Nicomedia
  • Bishop (336)
Basilius of Ancyra
  • Bishop (336)
Lucius of Adrianopolis
  • (344?)
Iulius of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (344?)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 1.36, 2.15, 29 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 2.33, 3.8, 24 (NPNF) Athanasius, de fuga 3.3
Photinus of Sirmium (male) mid fourth century, died 376 (from: --/--/336 to: --/--/376)
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351 - 2/362 (from: --/--/351 to: --/2/362) Sirmium [Sremska Mitrovica] yes
Basilius of Ancyra
  • Bishop (351)
Constantius II
  • Emperor (351)
George of Cappadocia
  • (351)
Marcus of Arethusa
  • Bishop (351)
Valens of Mursa
  • Bishop (351)
Osius of Cordoba
  • Bishop (351)
Flavius Claudius Iulianus
  • Emperor (2/362)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 2.29-30 (NPNF) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 4.6, 15 (NPNF)
Heraclides (male) late fourth century (from: --/--/356 to: --/--/373)
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c. 373 - before 380 (from: --/--/373 to: --/--/380) Sketis [Wadi El Natrun] Island in Nile Delta [Island in Nile Delta] yes
Lucius of Alexandria
  • Bishop (c. 373 - before 380)
daughter of pagan priest in Egyptian island
  • Bishop (c. 373)
Pagan priest in Egyptian island
  • presbyter (c. 373)
Pagans in Egyptian island
  • (c. 373)
other disciples of Antony
  • (between 373 and 380)
Socrates, historia ecclesiastica 4.24 (SC 505:100-104) Sozomenus, historia ecclesiastica 6.20 (SC 495:334-340)
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
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);
Cyrillus of Jerusalem (male) c. 313 - 386 (from: --/--/313 to: --/--/386)
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357 - 359 (from: --/--/357 to: --/--/359) Ierusalem [Jerusalem] Tarsus [Tarsus] yes
Acacius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (357)
  • (359)
Silvanus of Tarsus
  • Bishop (357 - 359)
congregation of Tarsus
  • (357)
Basilius of Caesarea
  • Bishop (359)
Eustathius of Sebaste