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Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Eutychius of Constantinople (male) c. 512 - 5/4/582 (from: --/--/512 to: 5/4/582)
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565 - 577 (from: --/--/565 to: --/--/577) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Monastery of Choracudis [n/a] yes
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • Emperor (565)
Ioannes of Constantinople (sixth c.)
  • presbyter (565)
Iustinus II
  • Emperor (577)
Tiberius Constantinus
  • Emperor (577)
Crowd in Constantinople
  • (577)
Married couple in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Petrus (child in Amasea)
  • (between 565 and 577)
presbyter in Amasea
  • presbyter (between 565 and 577)
Nouneches (son of presbyter in Amasea)
  • presbyter (between 565 and 577)
Cyrillus (cleric in Amasea)
  • (between 565 and 577)
son of Cyrillus
  • (between 565 and 577)
boy in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Son of artisan in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Artisan in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Peasant woman in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Son of peasant woman in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Nun in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Young musician in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Son of builder in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Builder in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Young man in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Possessed man in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Crowd in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Ill man in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Ill man from Cumanus
  • (between 565 and 577)
Sight impaired man in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Nun im Amasea with boy
  • (between 565 and 577)
Monks in Amasea
  • (between 565 and 577)
Quaestors, procurators and military commanders from Pontus
  • (between 565 and 577)
Imperial messengers
  • (577)
Archbishop of Amasea
  • Bishop (577)
Woman in Euchaita
  • (577)
Son of woman in Euchaita
  • (577)
Crowd in Nicomedia
  • (577)
military guard
  • (c. 565)
Vita S Eutychii Patriarchae 38-71 (PG 86:2317-56) Theophanes, AM 6057 (de Boor 240) Victor of Tunnuna, chronica 566 (MGH 11:205)

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