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Exile Exile Date Sent From Went To Returned Relationships Office Sources
Paulus of Edessa (male) early sixth century, died 30/10/526 (from: --/--/510 to: 30/10/526)
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7/522 - 3/526 (from: --/7/522 to: --/3/526) Edessa [Şanlıurfa] Euchaita [Beyözü] yes
Asclepius of Edessa
  • Bishop (7/522)
Iustinus
  • Emperor (522-526)
Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 8.4 (CSCO 84:75, 88:51) Chronicum Edessenum 89-92 (CSCO Scr. Syr. 3.4,1903: 9-10) https://archive.org/stream/chronicaminorapa00guid#page/8/mode/2up
Timotheus Aelurus of Alexandria (male) mid fifth century (from: --/--/460 to: --/--/460)
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460 - ? (from: --/--/460 to: --/--/--) Alexandria [Alexandria] Gangra [Çankırı] unknown
Leo of Rome
  • Bishop of Rome (460)
Timotheus Basilicus (Salophacialus)
  • Bishop (460)
Gennadius of Constantinople
  • Bishop (after 460)
Apollon (priest)
  • presbyter (after 460)
Stilas
  • dux Aegypti (460)
Leo (emperor)
  • Emperor (after 460)
Gelasius, Gesta de nomine Acacii (CSEL 35, n. 99:446); Theodorus (Anagnostes) Lector, historia ecclesiastica 380 (GCS N.F. 3:107); Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 4.7--12, 5.1 (CSCO 83:178-86, 109-211; CSCO 87:124, 128-129, 145); Evagrius, historia ecclesiastica 2.8-11 (SC 542:294); Theophanes, AM 5951-2 (De Boor: 111-112); Michael Syrus 9.1; Collectio Avellana 56.2 (CSEL 35:125); Liberatus, Breviarium 16 (ACO 2.5:125);
Dioscorus of Alexandria (male) mid fifth cenntury, died 9/454 (from: --/--/431 to: --/--/454)
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451/2 - 9/454 (from: --/--/451 to: --/9/454) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Gangra [Çankırı] no
Proterius of Alexandria
  • presbyter (451/2)
some people in Alexandria
  • (451/2)
Marcianus (emperor)
  • Emperor (451/2)
Iuvenalius of Jerusalem
  • Bishop (451)
Aelia Eudocia
  • Empress (451/2)
Flavius Basiliscus
  • Emperor (between 475 and 476)
Timotheus Aelurus of Alexandria
  • Bishop (between 475 and 476)
Bishop of Gangra
  • Bishop (451/2)
Panopropius of Seleucia
  • Bishop (between 451 and 454)
Paphnutius (abbot)
  • Abbot (between 451 and 454)
Crowd of the clergy and many monks
  • Abbot (between 451 and 454)
Petrus Mongus
  • (between 451 and 454)
Theopistus (deacon)
  • Deacon (between 451 and 454)
Priscus frg. 28 Evagrius, historia ecclesiastica 2.5 (SC 542:256) Victor of Tunnuna, chronica 453 (MGH AA 11.2: 185) Liberatus, Breviarium 14 (ACO 2.5: 123) Theophanes AM 5944-5 (De Boor: 105-108) Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 3.2 (CSCO 83:154-5, 87:106).
Philoxenus of Hierapolis/Mabug (male) early sixth century, died 523 (from: --/--/475 to: --/--/523)
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519 - 523 (from: --/--/519 to: --/--/523) Hierapolis/Mabbug [Manbij] Philippopolis [Plovdiv] no
Iustinus
  • Emperor (519)
The bishop of Gangra
  • Bishop (after 519)
Monks of Senoun
  • Monk (after 519)
Bishop of Philippopolis
  • Bishop (519)
Companions, including a priest
  • (519)
Philoxenus, epistula ad monachos in Senun Halleux (CSCO 232. Scrpt. Syr. 99:76, 77-78) Chronicum Edessenum 87 (CSCO 1-2) https://archive.org/stream/chronicaminorapa00guid#page/8/mode/2up Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 8.5 (CSCO 84:77-82, 88:52-57) Theophanes, AM 6011 (De Boor 165) Barhebraeus, chronicon ecclesiasticum 2.56 (Abbeloos & Lamy vol. 1 p. 196-7) https://archive.org/stream/BarHebraeusChroniconEcclesiasticumVol.1/GregoriiBarhebraeiChroniconEcclesiasticum#page/n137/mode/2up Chronicle of Zuqnin, Third part, 517-518 (Harrak, 50)
Mare of Amida (male) mid sixth century (from: --/--/536 to: --/--/536)
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521 - 529 (from: --/--/521 to: --/--/529) Amida [Diyarbakır] Petra [Petra] unknown
Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus
  • patricius (523)
Sergius (notary)
  • notarius (521)
  • notarius (523)
Stephanus (notary)
  • notarius (521-523)
  • notarius (523-529)
Thomas (notary)
  • notarius (521-523)
  • notarius (523-529)
Theodora (empress)
  • patricia (523)
  • Empress (529)
Isidorus of Kenneshrin
  • (521)
  • (523)
Shmuni
  • Deaconess (521-523)
  • Deaconess (523-529)
  • Deaconess (529)
Marutha
  • Deaconess (521)
  • Deaconess (523-529)
  • Deaconess (529)
Ioannes of Ephesus, Vita sanctorum orientalium 13 (PO 17:188-195) Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 8.5 (CSCO 84:77-82, 88:52-57) Chronicle of Zuqnin, Third part, 517-518, 525-526 (Harrak, 50, 60) (= Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, chronicon 3.32 (transl. Witakowski, 31-32)
Macedonius II of Constantinople (male) late fifth/early sixth century, died c. 517 (from: --/--/490 to: --/--/517)
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511 - c. 517 (from: --/--/511 to: --/--/517) Constantinopolis [Istanbul] Euchaita [Beyözü] no
Anastasius
  • Emperor (511)
  • Emperor (c. 517)
Timotheus of Constantinople
  • Bishop (511)
magistrianus
  • magistrianus (511)
Some bishops and a presbyter from Cyzicus
  • Bishop (511)
Theodorus (in Gangra)
  • (c. 517)
auxiliaries
  • (511)
Magistrus, friend of Macedonius
  • (511)
Stewards of Macedonius
  • (511)
Theodorus (Anagnostes) Lector, historia ecclesiastica 492, 514 (GCS 53:139, 148); Marcellinus comes, chronica 511, 514 (MGH Auct. Ant. 11.2:97-8); Theophanes 6004 and 6008 (de Boor 154-156, 161-162); Zacharias, historia ecclesiastica 7.7 (CSCO 84:39-40, 87:26-28); Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre, chronicon 3.9 (edited by Chabot, Incerti auctoris Chronicon Pseudo-Dyonisianum vulgo dictum. I-II, CSCO 91 and 121, Paris 1927-Louvain 1949); Evagrius, historia ecclesiastica 3.30-31; Chronicle of Zuqnin, Third part, 507-509 (Harrak, 44);

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