ECCLESIAE OCCIDENTALIS MONUMENTA IURIS ANTIQUISSIMA

                                                 ed. C.H. Turner (Oxford, 1899-1939)

 

                                                  Index of Names and Selected Words

Corrected, revised, and extended 2008

                                                           by Philip R. Amidon, S.J.

                                                               Creighton University

                                                             amidon@creighton.edu

 

It has seemed opportune to republish this index in a corrected and extended version; there has been added to the list of names a list of selected words, and the method of referring to the text has been somewhat altered.

The exact scope of C.H. Turner’s masterpiece is not immediately apparent from its title or subtitles (Canonum et conciliorum graecorum interpretationes latinae; Canones et concilia graeca ab antiquis interpretibus latine reddita). What one in fact finds here is an edition of the earliest surviving collections of church canons in Latin which are undoubtedly from the fourth century or have been assigned to it by at least some consensus of scholarship; some of them are translations from Greek, while others were originally drafted in Latin itself. Most of them, with the exception of the Apostolic Constitutions and Canons, are attributed to church councils.

Turner, however, also offers a selection of doctrinal and historical material of enormous value, some of it indeed connected to the councils whose canons he edits; a comparison, for instance, of the creed contained in the synodical letter of the Council of Sardica with the Tomus Damasi, will suggest how far the doctrinal education of the western church advanced during the course of the fourth century. The connection of other historical matter to the canons is less obvious, however; one wonders what the Athanasian Historia acephala is doing here (granted that it is part of the collection of Theodosius the Deacon), however grateful one is to have the edition.

 

There are two difficulties in the way to making an index to Ecclesiae Occidentalis Monumenta Iuris Antiquissima (EOMIA).  One is the difference between the general plan of the work on the one hand, and the chronological sequence in which its several instalments were published on the other (the editor explains why in tomus 2, p. xi).  EOMIA is in two tomi, the first of which is divided into fasciculi, and those further into partes; the second tomus is divided immediately into partes.  The pagination throughout each tomus is consecutive, but the chronological order of publication of the different instalments within each one does not always correspond to the general plan; thus, for instance, the instalment which was the last to be published actually has its place, according to the editor’s general plan,  in the middle of the first tomus.  Those libraries which waited out the forty years between the appearance of the first instalment and that of the last, could finally bind the two tomi as two volumes, according to the editor's original plan and the order of pagination, but, alas, some of them simply bound the instalments into a certain number of volumes in the chronological order in which they were received.  The resulting disarrangement can easily be imagined.

The second difficulty is the variety of arrangements of the material within the several pages.  Sometimes the line numeration is consecutive throughout the whole page, whether the page is divided into columns or not.  At other times each column has its own line numeration, when the page is divided into columns.  Pages, for that matter, are sometimes quartered.  Then again, the material is at times grouped into shorter subsections within the page or column, each subsection being numbered separately with Arabic, Roman, or even Greek numerals, and line numeration being consecutive only within each of the several paragraphs.


This being the case, the only course seems to be to follow the original plan of EOMIA in compiling the indices (the editor's death left the work without any general indices); the readers will have to find out for themselves whether their libraries have bound the several instalments according to this plan.  The first number stands for the tomus (the tomus number is not repeated for successive entries within the same tomus) and the second for the page.  This is followed, when necessary, by the letter a or b in parentheses to indicate the left-hand or right-hand column respectively.  The next number or numbers represent(s) the line, or the section and line, depending on the arrangement of the text.  Thus e.g.,

1.158.(b).66 means tomus 1, page 158, right-hand column,  line 66

1.70–1.154; 98.154: tomus 1, pages 70–71, line 154, and page 98, line 154

1.664.3.8, 11, 14, 21: tomus 1, page 664, section 3, lines 8, 11, 14, and 21

2.410.(b).II.5: tomus 2, page 410, right-hand column, section II, line 5

Between pp. 32 and 33 in tomus 1 the editor inserted some additional pages, numbered

32 a, 32 b, 32 c...32 z, then 32 aa, 32 bb, etc. He did likewise between pp. 440 and 441 in the same tomus; 440 is followed by 440 a, 440 b, etc.

The index is to the material within the edited text only, and not to the editor's own notes.  Only rarely is editorial comment introduced, and then within square brackets (used for

information not supplied or implied by the text, except when placed around numbers, when they reproduce the editor's own usage).  The index aims to indicate what is in the edited text; it does not vouch for its accuracy.

 

 

 

Aaron: 1.32 m.24

 

Abbir Germanicianorum (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419): 1.587.XIII; 591.13; 592.(b)

 

Abilius of Alexandria (succeeds Mark to see of Alexandria): 1.158.(b).66

 

Abraham (patriarch): 1.32 a.19; 32 b.9

 

Abraham of Batnae in Osrhoene (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.42

 

Acacius of Beroea in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.24

 

Acacius of Caesarea: 1.637.4; 649.232; 650.289ff.; 654.25ff.; 656.149; 657.46ff.

 

Academius of Papa in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.154; 98.154; 100.154

 

Acceptus (not accepted as bishop-elect of Frιjus):  1.424.2

 

Achaia: 1.86–7; 98; 100; 550.22; 552.23,24,30; 554.34,38; 555.32; 556.43,46,47,48; 558.57,58,59; 645title.6; 661.45

 

Achillas of Alexandria (succession among bishops of Alexandria):  1.160.(a).1, (b).133

 

Acrae[?] in Scythia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.662.49

 

Acrites (Armenian bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.108; 100.108

 

Adada in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.108

 

Adamantius of Cynopolis in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.5; 97.5; 99.5

 

Adana in Cilicia: 1.56–7.90; 97.90; 99.90;    2.444–5.52

 

Adelfius of Lincoln (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 408.25


 

Adeodatus of Simidiccensis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.591.8

 

Admonius (presbyter of Cagliari, at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.33

 

Adon [from Lycia?]  (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.[183c]; 98.[183c]

 

Adraha in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.37

 

Adriani in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.199; 100.199

 

Adrianopolis in Pisidia: 1.70–1.147; 98.147; 100.147;    2.454–5.106

 

Aedesius of Claudiopolis in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.175; 98.175; 100.175

 

Aegeae in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.92; 97.92; 99.92

 

Aelafius (vicar of Africa; Constantine's letter about Donatists to):  1.376–8

 

Aelia [=Jerusalem]  1.222–3.VII (honor due bishop of); 148.17; 166.VI; 200.(1.)2;    201.(b).2; 250.VII; 261.VII

 

Aelianus of Jamnia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.12

 

Aelianus (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.2; 153title; 172.9; 173.1

 

Aemilianus of Valence (at C. of Nicaea):  1.418.5; 422.2; 423.5; 424.31

 

Aeneas of Ptolemais in Phoenicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.42; 97.42; 99.42

 

Aeneas (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.16; 313.(a).16; 314.(b).22; 315.28

 

Aenus in Rhodopa (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.662.50

 

Aerius of Zephyrium in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.55

 

Aetherius of Chersonesus in Scythia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.143

 

Aetherius of Tyana in Cappadocia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.61

 

Aetherius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.12; 312.(a).9, (b).7; 313.(a).12; 315.20

 

Aetius of Lydda (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.35; 97.35; 99.35

 

Aetius of Thessalonica (at C. of Sardica):  1.484.[XIII].1ff.; 526.(a).[XIII], (b).ιV΄;   527.(a).XXI, (b).[XVII]; 530.(b).ιθ΄.2; 531.(a).XXIII.2; 544.XVIIII; 552.27; 658.8

 

Aetius (archdeacon of Constantinople, at C. of Chalcedon):  1.148.22; 2.469title

 

Aetius (heresiarch):  1.667.13.5; 668

 

Afer (deacon of Arles, at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.8


Africa  1.37.(V)title; 84.II-III; 375.VIIII; 376.3, 32; 377.83; 379.11; 387.(b).81; 412–14; 540.2; 597.6; 622.156; 645title.4

 

African(s)  1.387.(a).VIIII.1; 440.(b).18; 462.7; 502.(a).7, (b).8; 503.8; 565title; 567.8; 590; 591title; 596title; 598.32; 609.2; 614.7; 619.96

African bishops weary imperial court with their visits: 1.462; 502–3

 

Agapitus (exorcist of Nice, at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.12

 

Agapius of Seleucia in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.176; 98.176; 100.176

 

Agapius (I) (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.14; 313.(a).14, (b).5; 14.(a).21, (b).19; 315.24

 

Agapius (II) (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.20; 313.(a).20; 314.(b).20

 

Agapius (presbyter of Bostra, at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.35

 

Agathon (deacon of Aquileia, at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.4

 

Agathus: see Atthas

 

Agde (Council of 506):  1.439.(b)

 

Agileius (deacon at C. of Carthage 525):  1.303.(b).14

 

Agogius of Tripolis in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.134; 98.134; 100.134

 

Agricius of Trier (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 408.21

 

Agricolaus of Caesarea (at C. of Ancyra 314):  2.32.(a).3; 50.2; 51.3

 

Agrippa (deacon of Capua, at C. of Arles 314):  1.398.2

 

Agrius (Spanish bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.145

 

Aila (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.39; 97.39; 99.39

 

Aithalas of Edessa (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.79; 97.79; 99.79

 

Alassus in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.47.[49]; 48–9.49; 97.99

 

Aletodorus of Corcyra in Insulae (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.167; 100.167

 

Alexander the Great: 1.104.(a).21; 105.10; 252.(b).5; 303.(a).5; 315.(a).2

 

Alexander of Alexandria: 1.38–9.3; 97.3; 99.3; 1.104.(a)title.3; 160.(a).2; 161.(a).21, (b).135, 153; 630.54,58,84; 648.189; 650.295

 

Alexander of Arca in Phoenicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.21

 

Alexander [of Coroni?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.59


Alexander of Cyparissiae in Achaia (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.57; 658.21; 661.45

 

Alexander of Larissa in Thessaly (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.26

 

Alexander of Thessalonica (at C. of Nicaea):  1.86–7.208; 98.208; 100.208

 

Alexander (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.23; 313.(a).23; 315.15

 

Alexandria (in Cilicia):  1.56–7.93; 97.93; 99.93;    2.446–7.58

 

Alexandria (in Egypt):  1.38–9.3; 97.3; 99.3; 104.1title; 120.3; 121.(a).6, (b).3; 148.5,26; 158.(a).40, (b).59; 160.(a).1, (b).133; 161.(a).10, (b).142; 162.(a).28, (b).160; 196.(a).30, (b).2; 197.(a).1, (b).3; 260.VI.3; 552.31; 574.121; 582.272; 606.185; 609.3; 620.132; 629-631; 635.5, 7; 636.(a).18,title; 645.20, 38; 648.160, 190; 650.271, 281, 295; 654title; 657.2, 40; 659.14, 26; 663.1.6, 10; 664.3.8, 11, 14, 21; 4.2, 5; 665.5.2, 20; 6.7, 11, 18, 29; 7.2; 666.7.9; 8.2–24; 10.3; 667.11.3–6,11, 12.13, 22, 27, 29; 669.15.2, 16.4, 13; 670.17.16, 18.6, 14, 17, 19.4–44;

2.405.(a).II; 410.(b).II.5; 412.(a).4; 413.6; 430.(a).16, (b).5; 434–5.2

Special authority over all Egypt of bp. of Alexandria: 1.635.78–9

Primatus of bps. of Alexandria and Antioch: 1.120–1; 148; 158; 196–7; 260.VI

 

Alistra in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.187; 98.187; 100.187

 

Alphius of Apamea in Coele Syria: 1.48–9.54; 97.54; 99.54; 2.32.(b).15; 51.16;     52.(a).15, (b).4; 53.7

 

Alphius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.18; 312.(b).9; 313.(a).18, (b).6; 314.(a).11

 

Alphocranon in Egypt (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.4; 97.4; 99.4

 

Alypius of Megara in Achaia (at C. of Sardica):  1.468.43ff.; 508.(a).43ff.; 543.VIIII;          554.43; 658.13

 

Alypius of Thagaste (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.573.102ff.; 575.147; 580.232; 586.IIII; 591.16; 592.(b); 608.220

 

Alypius (presbyter of Alexandria in Cilicia, at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.58

 

Amandinus (presbyter of Autun, at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.16

 

Amantius of Viminacium (subscribes letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.44

 

Amasia in Diospontus [=Helenopontus]:  1.60–1.109; 100.109;    2.32.(a).5; 50–1.5; 462–3            [cf. adnotatiunculae]

 

Amastris in Paphlagonia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.117; 97.117; 100.117

 

Amblada: 1.70–1.152; 100.152;    2.454–5.104

 

Ambrose of Comana in Cappadocia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.59.[99b,102b?]; 97.[99b,102b?]

 

Amida (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381): 2.442–3.43


Ammonius of Aphrodisias in Caria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.169; 98.169; 100.169

 

Ammonius (presbyter of Cagliari)  see Admonius

 

Ammonius of Pachnemunis (member of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius 353): 1.664.3.7

 

Ammonius[?] (among subscribers of Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.660.4

 

Amorium in Pisidia (its presbyter at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.116

 

Amphilochius of Iconium (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.92

 

Amphion of Epiphania in Cilicia: 1.56–7.85; 97.85; 99.85; 2.32.(b).8; 51.16; 52.(a).8, (b).11; 53.11

 

Anaea in Asia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.129; 98.129; 100.129

 

Ananias (controversial baptism of Paul):  1.32 m.15ff., 25

 

Ananius of Adada in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.108

 

Anastasius of Beneventina (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 412.37

 

Anatolius of Emisa in Phoenicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.50; 99.50

 

Anatolius (chorepiscopus of Isauria at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.184; 98.184; 100.184

 

Anatolius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.27; 312.(a).8, (b).5; 313.(a).27, (b).9

 

Anchialus in Scythia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.144

 

Ancyra: 1.64–5.118; 97.118; 100.118; 548.10; 645.21,39; 650.272;    2.20title; 28.(b)title; 32.(a)title,2; 50.1; 51.2; 36–7title; 48title,7; 49title,1; 116–7.2; 142title

 

Ancyra, Council of 314:  1.440 c.CXLVI;    2.4–11; 18–27; 32–43; 48–115; 142–4

 

Ancyra Ferrea in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.135; 98.135; 100.135

 

Andropolis (in Egypt; Athanasius' presbyters exiled there):  1.667.11.12,12.12

 

Angers, Council of 453:  1.439.(a)

 

Annianus (consul 314): 1.396

 

Annianus of Cazlona (at C. of Sardica):  1.546.2; 660.23

 

Anomians: 2.409.6

 

Anomoeans [=Insimiles]:  2.408.(a).II.2  [sometimes confused with the above]

creed: 1.668 [? Title claims it for one Aetius, but denial that Son knows God  

(ll. 49–51) does not support this]

 


Antherius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.15; 422.6; 423.15

 

Antigonus [of Pella? Pallene?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.662.48

 

Antinou in Thebaid: 1.40–1.15; 97.15; 99.15; 667.12.19

 

Antioch in Caria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.168; 98.168; 100.168

 

Antioch in Isauria: 1.76–7.179; 98.179; 100.179;    2.448–9.73

 

Antioch in Pisidia: 2.32.(a).11; 50–1.11; 454–5.105

 

Antioch in Coele Syria: 1.48–9.51; 97.51; 99.51; 120.7; 121.(a).8, (b).6; 148.7, 28; 158.(a).47, (b).67; 196.(a).34, (b).6; 197.(b).7; 260.VI.7; 295.I.1title; 574.121; 582.271; 606.185; 649.232; 650.290; 664.2.39; 666.7.5; 667.13.9; 669.15.2; 670.18.10;

2.32.(a).1; 50.4; 51.1; 228.(a).2, (b).8; 229.16; 230.(a).32; 404.(b).II,V; 405.II; 410.(a).IIItitle; 411.IItitle; 412.(1.)7, (b).10; 413.10; 421; 430.(a).21, (b).9; 440heading and 31; 441.22, 31

Primatus of bps. of Alexandria and Antioch: 1.120–1; 148; 158; 196–7; 260.VI

 

Antioch, Council of, 330:  1.648.211; Subscriptions: 2.312

 

Antioch, Council of, 341[?]:  1.440 b.IIII; 440 c.LIII,CXLIII; 440 d.XVIII,XXVII; 536–7;

2.215–320 [editor’s note on its date: 2.vii preceding 2.145]

 

Antiochus of Aurelianopolis in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.136; 98.136; 100.136

 

Antiochus of Capitolias in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.40; 97.40; 99.40

 

Antiochus of Memphis (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.12; 99.12

 

Antiochus of Resaina in Mesopotamia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.81; 97.81; 99.81

 

Antiochus of Samosata (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.47

 

Antiochus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.4; 313.4

 

Antipyrgus in Libya (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.19; 97.19; 99.19

 

Antoninus of Antioch in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.179; 98.179; 100.179

 

Antony of Carpi (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.3

 

Apamea in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.143; 100.143

 

Apamea in Pisidia: 1.70–1.151; 98.151; 100.151;    2.456–7.117

 

Apamea in Coele Syria: 1.48–9.54; 97.54; 99.54;    2.440.24; 441.25

 

Aphrodisias in Caria: 1.76–7.169; 98.169; 100.169;    2.460–1.133

 

Aphrodisius of Magyda in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.163; 98.163; 100.163


Apiarius (African presbyter; appeals for reinstatement to bishop of Rome): 1.561–624 (Gesta de nomine Apiarii); 1.598.28–599.52; 614–8; 621.151–622.153

 

Apollinarians:  2.404–5.(b).I; 409title; 410.(a).II.6, (b).I.13; 411.I.11; 426R.II; 429.(a).11, (b).III.6

 

Apollinaris: 2.404.(a).II

 

Apollo of Cynopolis (member of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius): 1.664.3.6

 

Apollodorus: 1.74–5.167 [see Aletodorus]

 

Apollonias in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.197; 98.197; 100.197

 

Apollonias in Caria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.170; 98.170; 100.170

 

Apostolic Constitutions  [see Constitutiones et Canones Apostolorum]

 

Appia in Phrygia Pacatiana (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.131

 

Appianus (signs Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.660.11

 

Aprianus of Poetovio (at C. of Sardica):  1.660.5; 661.47

 

Apt (two clerics from there at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.13

 

Apulia: 1.400.3; 557.44; 661.33

 

Aquae Regiae  (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XV; 591.20; 592.(b).12

 

Aquilas (chorepiscopus of Isauria, at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.188; 98.188; 100.188

 

Aquileia: 1.400.4; 554.37

 

Aquitania: 1.406–8

 

Arabia: 1.52–5; 97; 99; 554.42; 638.(b).4; 645title.8; 649.250;    2.231; 313.(b).5; 442–3

 

Arabissus in Lesser Armenia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.447.66

 

Aradus in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.20

 

Aranius of Limenae in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.150; 98.150; 100.150

 

Araxa in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.128

 

Arbetion of Pharbaethus in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.6

 

Arbitio, Flavius (consul 355):  1.664.4.3,16; 665.5.3

 

Arbocadama in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.71; 97.71; 99.71

 


Arca [=Caesarea ad Libanum] in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381): 2.438–9.21

 

Arcadius (emperor):  2.407.(a).7

 

Archelais: see Colonia

 

Archelaus of Doliche in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.59; 97.59; 99.59

 

Archelaus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.7; 312.(b).10; 313.(a).7; 314.(a).12; 315.14

 

Archidamus (Roman presbyter at C. of Sardica):  1.660.20

 

Arethusa in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.50.[66]; 52–3.66; 97.66; 99.66

 

Arian(s): 1.333.VII.7,19,23; 334.108; 336.223; 337.VIII.43; 339.143; 343.XV.2; 344.12; 355.II.2; 432.XVII.2; 541.48,73,85; 645.2; 647.120; 649.222; 650.269,297; 651.12; 663.2.13,24; 666.7.6; 667.13.5,8; 669.15.3; 670.19.2;

2.404.(1.)II, (b).I; 405.(b).I; 408.(a).II.3, (b).7; 409title,7; 426R.II; 429.(a).7, (b).III.2

refutation of anonymous Arian accused of perverting Christian doctrine to suit pagans by trying to avoid suggestion that God is not impassible: 1.344–6

Arian formulas:  a. solum a solo patre ex nihilo esse factum: 1.346.XVII.3–4

  b. ut voluit genuit: 1.345.74; 640(b).39–41

  c. interpret “I and the Father are one” as consensus and concordia: 1.652.301–3

  d. unacceptable “Arian” formulas: non similem and facturam non facti: 1.667[13].13–14

Arian creed: 1.651.1–20

Arian(?) creed: 1.668

 

Accused of identifying Father and Son, like Sabellius: 1.346.XVIII.2–7

Interpret unity of Father and Son according to John 17:21: 1.652

Claim the Son is capable of virtue or vice: 1.629.18–19

Separate Son from Father’s substance and divinity: 1.650.301–3

Writings to be burned: 1.633

Confuted by C. Of Sardica: 1.644

Persecute the orthodox: 1.645

Arian leaders listed: 1.649.229–35

Arian succession: 1.654.22–6

Their misdeeds: 1.655; 657

Refusal to attend Western councils: 1.654.36–49

Arians appeal to Jovian to intervene in church affairs: 1.668–9[15]

 

Ariassus in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.91

 

Ariminum: 1.541.38; Council of: 1.541.59

 

Aristaces (Armenian bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.107; 97.107; 100.107

 

Aristophanes of Sopatra in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.94

 


Arius (heresiarch):  1.104.(a).5; 110.(a).3, (b).4; 156.(b).13; 160.(b).121; 161.(a).10, 23, (b).142,155; 162.(a).39, (b).171; 163.(a).9, (b).183; 285.(a).41, 46, (b).12, 17; 337.VIII.25, 29; 340.221; 541.42; 629.10; 631.29; 632–3; 636.(a).10–22; 644.6; 654.13

Arius’ writings to be burned; anyone hiding them sentenced to death: 1.633

 

Arius (from Palestine, at C. of Sardica):  1.554.41; 658.10

 

Arles: 1.377.72; 379.46; 381.(a), (b)title,3; 402.8; 396; 427title; 433.XVIII; 436.(a).II.2

Proposal for settling dispute about visitation rights between bps. of Arles and Vienne: 1.436.II

 

Arles,  Council of 314:  1.372–416; 433.XVIII

Letters of Constantine I concerning: 1.376–80

Comments of Augustine on:  1.373–4

            So-called 2nd C. of Arles:  1.426–35

 

Armenia: 1.97; 663.2.23; 2.153title; 170.(a).2, (b)title

 

Armenia, Greater: 1.60–3, 100

 

Armenia, Lesser: 1.60–1;    2.447

 

Arminius (deacon of Lincoln at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.25

 

Arsaphius of Sobma[?] in Greater Armenia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.60.107

 

Arsenius (Mareotic presbyter; Athanasius accused of killing him):  1.647.154

 

Artemidorus of Sardes (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.130; 98.130; 100.130

 

Artemius of Titiopolis in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.74

 

Artemius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.4; 422–3.4

 

Artemon: note on ancient references to: 1.248

 

Ascalon: 1.44–5.28; 97.28; 99.28;    2.436–7.11

 

Asclepius of Gaza: 1.46–7.38; 97.38; 99.38; 550.12; 645.21,40; 646.59; 647.113,134ff.; 648.210ff.; 650.273ff.; 660.10

 

Asellus (presbyter, papal legate to C. of Carthage 419):  1.565.2; 567.18; 571.62; 583.282; 585.311; 590.383; 592.(b); 596title; 597.10; 600.59; 607.212

 

Asia: 1.64–7; 98; 100; 552.25; 558.52,58b; 638.7; 649.234,237;    2.340.3; 341.4; 412.(a).8ff., (b).13ff.; 413.11ff.; 422.21; 430.(a).22, (b).11

Metropolitans have authority over Pontus, Asia, Thrace: 2.422

 

Asopofoebia: see Asopolis

 

Asopolis (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.43

 

Aspendus in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.160; 98.160; 100.160

 


Astericus (Alexandrian presbyter; member of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius): 1.664.3.9; 667.11.11, 12.11

 

Asterius of Petra (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.42; 649.249–60 (complaint about treatment by Easterners at council); 658.16

 

Astorga (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.4

 

Atarbius (bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.464.146

 

Athanasians (ejected from Alexandrian churches to make way for George):  1.665.6.2

 

Athanasius of Alexandria: 1.552.31; 645.19,38; 646.44,58; 647.112, 133ff.,153,158;         648,179f.,191; 650.271ff.; 654–6; 657.43; 658.2; 659–70

See also Jovian, Julian, Valens, Valentinian

 

Athenaeus of Coropissus in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.174; 98.174; 100.174

 

Athenodorus of Dorylaeum in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.142; 98.142; 100.142

 

Athenodorus of Platea in Achaia (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.24; 658.12; 660.2

 

Athens (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.86–7.210; 98.210; 100.210

 

Attalus of Prostama in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.107

 

Atthas [=Agathus] of Schedia in Thebaid (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.14; 97.14; 99.14

 

Atticus of Constantinople  (his version of Nicene documents):  1.104–42; 303.(b).17; 609.4; 611–3; 621.134

 

Augustine of Hippo: 1.373–4; 579.210ff.; 580.241; 586.V; 591.17; 608.221

Note on spelling of: 1.593

 

Augustoeuphratensis (bishops from there at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5

 

Aurelianopolis in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.136; 98.136; 100.136

 

Aurelius of Carthage: 1.142.(a).2; 566.1; 568; 574.114; 576.161ff.; 577.182ff.; 579.216ff.; 581.251ff.; 584.293ff.; 585.300ff.,315; 591.1; 592.(b); 596.2; 610–1.2; 614title,2

 

Autun (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.16

 

Auxaninus [Auxanius?] of Eucarpia in Phrygia Salutaria (at C. of Constantinople 381):        2.458–9.130

 

Auxanon (presbyter of Apamea in Pisidia at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.117

 

Auxentius of Ascalon (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.11

 

Avidianus of Rouen (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 404.15

 

Azani in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.141; 98.141; 100.141


Azotus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea): 1.44–5.36; 97.36; 99.36

 

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Baetica: 1.37.1; 410.27

 

Bagadius (presbyter of Bostra at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.35

 

Balaneae in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.60; 97.60; 99.60

 

Barata in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.173; 98.173; 100.173

 

Barce in Libya (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.18; 97.18; 99.18

 

Barcelona (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.6; 660.25

 

Baris in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.133; 98.133; 100.133

 

Baris in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.155; 98.155; 100.155

 

Barochus of Paneas in Phoenicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.17

 

Basil of Amasia: 2.32.(a).5, (b).4; 50–1.5; 52.(a).4, (b).5; 53.9

 

Basil of Ancyra (excommunicated by C. of Sardica):  1.650.281ff.

 

Basil (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.12; 153title; 172.13; 173.(a).7, (b).7,17

 

Basil[?] of Raphaneae: see Basilinus

 

Basilides of Byblus in Phoenicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.19

 

Basilinus [Basil?] of Raphaneae in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.34

 

Bassianus of Raphaneae (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.55; 97.55; 99.55

 

Bassones of Gabula in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.72; 97.72; 99.72

 

Bassus of Diocletianopolis in Macedonia (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.8; 658.17

 

Bassus of Zeugma in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.63; 97.63; 99.63

 

Bassus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.22; 312.(b).11; 313.(a).22;     314.(a).13; 315.13

 

Bassus (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.13; 172-3.14

 

Bassus (presbyter of Philomelium in Pisidia at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.119

 

Bathes of Constantia in Mesopotamia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.44

 

Batnae in Osrhoene (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.42


Beflas (exorcist of Vienne, at C. of Arles 314): 1.402.9

 

Beirut: 1.48–9.47; 97.47; 99.47; 2.438–9.18

 

Beliar: 1.30.(a).XLV.5; 32 y.17

 

Beneventina in Africa (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.37

 

Beneventum (its bishop at C. of Arles):  1.546.[15]; 551.15; 660.24

 

Berenice in Libya (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.17; 97.17; 99.17

 

Beritana[?] in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.77; 97.77; 99.77

 

Beroea in Macedonia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.56

 

Beroea in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440.23; 441.24

 

Bithynia: 1.80–3; 100; 104.(a).19; 105; 112.(II); 155.(b).6; 160.(b).126; 173.8; 175.(b)title; 179.(b)title; 252.(b).2; 303.(a).2; 315.(a).6; 540.9,27; 542.(a).97; 610.14,23; 612.15; 638.(a).5, (b).7;    2.408.I.3; 428.(a).3, (b).II.3; 460–1

 

Bithynicus (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.5; 153title; 172-3.5

 

Boniface of Carthage (at C. of Carthage 525):  1.305.(b).24

 

Boniface of Rome: 1.104.(3).6; 565; 575.133; 576.165; 585.312; 596–608; 609.16;            621.139

 

Boniface (papal legate at C. of Chalcedon [text: Constantinople]):  2.434.1

 

Bonosians (how they are to be received into church):  1.432.XVII

 

Bordeaux (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.20

 

Bosporius of Colonia in Cappadocia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.62

 

Bosporus (bishop from there at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1; 101

 

Bostra: 1.52–3.73;    2.442–3.35

 

Brescia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.50; 661.43

 

Bresida(s) (imperial notary; brings Athanasius back to Alexandria):  1.670.17.15–35

 

Breviatio Canonum: see Fulgentius Ferrandus

 

Britain (bishops from there at C. of Arles 314):  1.408

 

Britto of Trier (at C. of Valence):  1.418.6; 422.15; 423.6

 

Bubon in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.127


Budius of Stobi (at C. of Nicaea):  1.87.[214b]; 88–9.214; 98.[214b]; 101.214

 

Byblus in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.19

 

Byzacium: 1.302.(a); 377.77; 567.10; 579.224; 588.XVff.; 591.24; 592.(b)

 

Byzas of Seleucia in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.26

 

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Cadmus (bishop from Bosporus at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.218; 101.218

 

Caecilian of Carthage: 1.84.207; 89.[207]; 100.207; 104–142 and 301: his version of Nicene documents; 376.9,29; 377.54,68,71,75,82; 381.(b); 412.34; 581.265

 

Caesar  1.32 ff.22f

 

Caesarea ad Libanum: see Arca

 

Caesarea in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.201; 100.201

 

Caesarea in Cappadocia: 1.58–9.95; 97.95; 99.95; 2.32.(a).3; 50.2; 51.3; 446–7.59

 

Caesarea in Mauritania (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.32

 

Caesarea in Palestine: 1.44–5.26; 99.26; 648.213; 649.232; 650.288;   2.436–7.5

 

Caesareum (church in Alexandria)  1.666.8.18

 

Caesarius of Arles (letter to bishops of Gaul 534):  1.440.(b)

 

Cagliari (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.33

 

Cain: 1.655.74, 84

 

Calabria: 1.84–5.II-III; 89.IIII; 100; 645title.4

 

Calama in Numidia (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.586.VI; 591.18; 592.(b)

 

Calepodius of Naples (at C. of Sardica):  1.546.[45]; 556.45; 658.20

 

Callicles of Perge in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.157; 98.157; 100.157

 

Callinicus of Tymandus in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.111

 

Calvus (Calvius) of Castra Martis in Dacia Ripensis (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.36;            660.18; 661.37

 

Campania: 1.398.2; 551.14,15; 557.45; 645title.3

 

Canae in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.100

 


Candidus of Abbir Germanicianorum (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.XIII; 591.13; 592.(b)

 

Canones Apostolorum  1.1–32; 32 n–gg

Greek-Latin index to Canones and Constitutiones Apostolorum: 1.32 jj–nn

 

Canusium in Apulia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.44; 661.33

 

Capitolias in Palestine (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.40; 97.40; 99.40

 

Cappadocia: 1.58–9; 97; 99; 638.(a).5, (b).6;    2.436.5; 446–7

 

Capua: 1.398.2; 546[14]; 551.14

 

Caria: 1.74–7; 98; 100; 639.(a)title.8, (b)title.9;    2.460–1

 

Carpi (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.IX; 591.9

 

Carrhae in Osrhoene (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.41

 

Carthage: 1.84–5.207; 89.[207]; 100.207; 376.10; 412.34; 566title; 592.(b); 596title; 609.15; 614.8

 

Carthage, Council of 348 (under Gratus):  1.440 b.CXXII; 440 d.XXVII, CXXIII; 537.[XXVII]

 

Carthage, Council of 390 (under Genethlius):  1.440 b.IIII

 

Carthage, Council of 397: 1.302.(a)

 

Carthage, Council of 419:

Its version of Creed of Nicaea: 1.301–4

Canons: 1.440 b.CXXII,IIII; 440 c.LIII,CXLIII; 440 d.XXVII; 536.(b).[LIII]; 537.[XXVII]

Acta: 566–613

 

Carthage, Council of 424–5: 1.614–22

 

Carthage, Council of 525: its version of Creed of Nicaea: 1.303.(b)–305.(b)

 

Casae in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.87

 

Castabala in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.87; 97.87; 99.87

 

Castorius (deacon of Tarragona at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.29

 

Castra Martis in Dacia Ripensis (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.36; 661.37

 

Castus of Saragossa (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.5; 660.27

 

Cataphronius (praefectus Aegypti; Athanasians ejected from Alexandrian churches after his arrival):  1.665.5.20–6.2

 

Cataphrygians: 2.326.T.VII, E.VIII; 327.VIII; 348.CXI.2; 349.VIII; 393.CLXXVIII.2; 397.(b).VIII;  Clerical titles in use among Cataphrygians: 2.348–9.VIII


Note on Cataphrygian baptism: 1.248

 

Cathari: 1.122–5.VIII; 144.VIII; 166.VII; 167.(a).VIII; 201.(b).VIII.1; 202.2; 203.(a).1; 250.VIII; 262.VIII

 

Catulinus (consul 349):  1.663.2.2

 

Cazlona (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.546.2; 660.23

 

Celenderis in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.71

 

Celestine of Rome (letter of C. of Carthage 424–5 to):  1.614–22

 

Celetrum: see Diocletianopolis

 

Celticus (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.5

 

Centumcellae in Numidia (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.43

 

Cerealis, Naeratius (consul 358):  1.665.6.17

 

Cerinthus (heresiarch): note on ancient references to: 1.248

 

Chalcedon: 1.80–1.194; 98.194; 100.194;    2.460–1.138

 

Chalcedon, Council of: 1.148; 295.I.2.6; its version of Creed of Nicaea: 1.314–9;   

2.319–20; 428–31; 469–71

 

Chalcis in Euboea (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.661.28

 

Chalcis in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.32

 

Chersonesus in Scythia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.143

 

Chilon of Constantia in Arabia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.38

 

Choma in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.121

 

Chrestus of Syracuse: 1.379; 381.(b)[=Crescens]; 398.1

 

Chrestus (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.11; 422.8; 423.11

 

Christ: 1.9.(a).III,(b).III; 19.(a).XXVII.7; 23.(a).XXXIIII.11; 30.(a).XLV.4; 31.(a).XLVI.6; 32.(a).XLVIIII.5–6; 32 c.(b).4, 13, 20; 32 e.(b).21; 32 f.(b).12; 32 h.(b).8, 20; 32 j.(b).22; 32 k.(b).19; 32 l.(b).5; 32 m.(b).1, 5, 13; 32 u.(b).21; 32 y.(b).17; 32 z.(b).1; 32 aa.(b).15; 32 hh.(b).15, 21; 105.9; 106–7.5; 138.(b).8; 139.8; 146.XXI; 156.(a).9, (b).21; 157.(a).32, (b).40; 159.86,100; 60.(b).128; 161.(a).14ff., (b).146ff.; 169.(a).XIIII; 170–1.9; 174–5.4ff.; 212.(b).13; 231.(b).8; 252.(b); 254.9; 271.8; 279.(b).IIII.8; 283.5ff.; 285–94passim; 298–363passim; 432.XV.3; 565.15; 619.105; 621.147; 622.152; 634.38,42; 635.87; 639.6; 640; 645.14,28ff.; 648.207ff.; 651–3; 654–6passim; 657.14,27; 658.63f.; 659.1; 667.12.9

2.325.11f.,16; 367.XXVIIII.8; 370.CXXXVII.2; 371.XXXIIII.2; 372.CXXXVIII.8; 373.XXXV.8; 380.CLI.3; 381.XLVIII.3; 467.5ff.; 468–72passim


Cibyra in Caria: 1.76–7.171; 98.171; 100.171;    2.460–1.134

 

Cilicia: 1.56–7; 97; 638.5; 649.231; 650.288;    2.231; 313.(b).6; 444–5

 

Cina in Galatia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.121; 100.121

 

Cissamus (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.59

 

Citerius (deacon of Ossuna at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.28

 

Citium in Cyprus (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.81

 

Cius in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.195; 98.195; 100.195

 

Claudian (bishop from Thessaly at C. of Nicaea):  1.88–9.213; 101.213

 

Claudianus (presbyter of Rome at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.5

 

Claudiopolis in Isauria: 1.76–7.175; 98.175; 100.175;    2.448–9.68

 

Clement of Rome (promulgator of Canones Apostolorum):  1.8.(a), (b); 32 k.24; 32 gg.24;

32 hh.1

 

Clementis Epistulae Duae: 1.32 gg.24

 

Clementius (presbyter of Saragossa at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.30

 

Cleonicus of Thebes in Thessaly (at C. of Nicaea):  1.89.213

 

Cocras: see Socras

 

Coele Syria: 1.48–53; 97; 99; 196.(b).6 (under supervision of bishop of Antioch); 638.(a).4, (b).5;    2.231; 313.(b).7; 440–1

 

Cologne (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.18

 

Colonia [formerly Archelais] in Cappadocia: 1.58–9.97; 97.97; 99.97;    2.446.62

 

Colybrassus in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.84

 

Comana in Cappadocia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.99; 97.[99b,102b?]; 99.99

 

Comana in Diospontus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.61; 62–3.110; 97.110; 100.110

 

Comeonsis(?) in Europa (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.83.[205b?]

 

Conane in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.118

 

Concordius [of Arles?] (at C. of Valence):  1.418.12; 422.16; 423.12; 424.2

 

Constans (emperor)  1.637.2,7; 645.7–17; 647.113; 657.30,34; 663.1.8, 2.11

 


Constantia in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.38

 

Constantia in Mesopotamia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.44

 

Constantia[?] in Scythia (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to mareotic churches):  1.662.49

 

Constantine (emperor)  1.37; 104.(a)title,7; 105.7; 155.(b).2; 160.(b).114; 162.(a).34–42, (b).166–74; 163.(a).13, (b).187; 173.8; 174.(a)title; 252.(a), (b).2; 376–9; 388.(a)conclusion (tunc taedians iussit); 396; 629.2, 11; 631–3; 641.8; 663.1.7;    2.232(a).4, (b).5; 233.5

Says he convoked C. Of Nicaea: 1.631.13; says it numbered 318: 1.631.42–3

 

Constantine (secretary at C. of Chalcedon):  1.148.21

 

Constantinople  1.112.(b).5; 148.22; 295.I.2.1,10; 574.116,119; 582.273; 606.184; 609.4; 621,134; 637.3; 663.2.4,11,14,16,20,25; 664.2.31; 667.13.1; 670.18.18;    2.404.(a).V, (b).III; 405.II; 406.(a).2, (b).5; 407.(a).2, 10, (b)title.2, 3; 410.(a).IIItitle; 411.IItitle; 417 Epitome Hispana; 418.(a).III.25, (b).V; 419.(a).II.30, III.2, (b).II.31, III.2; 420.(a).IIII.3, V, (b).3; 422.7ff.; 426R.VIII, FVI, E.V, VII; 428.(a)title.3, 13, (b).V, I.5; 431.(a).40ff., (b).V, VI.2,conclusion; 434–5.1; 467title; 468.(a)title; 469title; 470.(b)title; 471title

 

Constantinople, Council of 381: 1.440 d.XVIII; 536.(a).[XVIII];    2.401–72

 

Constantinople, Council of 382: 2.421; 423; 425

 

Constantius II (emperor):  1.540.32, 34ff.; 541.65; 637.2,7; 645.7–17; 647.113; 657.30, 34; 663.1.1, 2.17ff.; 664.3.3, 11, 15; 665.5.22, 6.7; 666.8.6; 669.16.7, 24f.

Some emperors order city councils to expel bishops previously expelled by Constantius II: 1.669[16].1–13

 

Constantius Gallus (consulship):  1.664.3.12

 

Constantius of Orange (at C. of Valence):  1.418.13; 423.13

 

Constitutiones et Canones Apostolorum: 1.32 a–n, gg–hh

Greek-Latin index to Canones and Constitutiones Apostolorum: 1.32 jj–nn

 

Contumeliosus of Riez (Caesarius of Arles' letter to bishops of Gaul concerning): 1.440.(b)

 

Coracesium in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.85

 

Corcyra in Insulae (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.167; 100.167

 

Cordova: 1.36–7.1; 97.1; 99.1; 238.(b); 490.(b).1; 491.(b)title; 540.19; 541.87; 546.1

 

Corna in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.96

 

Coroni[?] (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.59

 

Coropissus in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.174; 98.174; 100.174

 

Corycus in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.54


Cos in Insulae (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.165; 98.165; 100.165

 

Cotenna in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.86

 

Crescens: see Chrestus of Syracuse

 

Crescens (deacon of Salapia at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.3

 

Crete (bishop from there subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.57

 

Culusi (bishop from there at C. of Carthage 419):  1.567.14; 586.VII; 591.5

 

Cybistra in Cappadocia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.98; 97.98; 99.98

 

Cyclades (represented at C. of Sardica):  1.639.(b).title8

 

Cydonia [see next entry]:  1.662.60

 

Cydonius of Cydonia[?] (subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.662.60

 

Cynopolis in Egypt: 1.38–9.5; 97.5; 99.5; 664.3.7

 

Cyparissiae in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.57; 661.45

 

Cyprus: 1.80–1; 98; 100;    2.450–1

 

Cyriacus of Adana in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.52

 

Cyril of Alexandria: 1.308–9 (his version of creed of Nicaea); 609–11 and 620.131 (his version of canons of Nicaea)

 

Cyril of Cius in Bithynia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.195; 98.195; 100.195

 

Cyril of Humanades I (at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.182; 98.182; 100.182

 

Cyril of Humanades II (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.93

 

Cyril of Jerusalem (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.4

 

Cyril of Paphos (at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.190; 100.190

 

Cyril (lector at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.464.146

 

Cyrion of Philadelphia in Arabia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.74; 97.74; 99.74

 

Cyrion (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.30; 313.(a).30; 315.25

 

Cyrrus: 1.52–3.68; 97.68; 99.68;    2.444–5.48

 

Cyzicus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.123; 98.123; 100.123

 

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Daces of Berenice in Libya (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.17; 97.17; 99.17

 

Dacia: 1.84–5; 100; 550.16; 554.32; 639.(a)title.10; 645title.5,6

 

Dacia Ripensis (represented at C. of Sardica):  1.552.28; 554.36; 558.54

 

Dacus (bishop from Macedonia at C. of Nicaea):  1.86.209; 89.[209]; 100.209

 

Dafnus of Vaison (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 402.10

 

Dagalaifus: (consul 366):  1.670.17.22, 35

 

Dalisandus in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.72

 

Dalmatia: 1.89.IIII; 101; 400.4

 

Damascus: 1.46–7.43; 97.43; 99.43;    2.438–9.16

 

Damasus of Rome: 1.155–8 (decree of); 283–96 (Tomus of); 284.(b)title; 295.I.1title

 

Daniel (notary of C. of Carthage 419):  1.104.(b)title; 302.(b); 569.21; 571.59; 577.185; 583.287

 

Daphnus: see also Dafnus

 

Daphnus of Derbe (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.101

 

Dardania: 1.86.II–III; 88.II–III; 89.IIII; 100; 552.29; 554.35; 645title.5

 

Darius of Mistea in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.97

 

Derbe (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.101

 

Deuterius (deacon of Caesarea in Mauritania, at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.32

 

Dicasius of Tabia in Galatia: 1.64–5.119; 97.119; 100.119; 2.32.(b).14; 51.15; 52.(a).14, (b).8; 53.6

 

Dijon (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.216; 101.216

 

Diocaesarea in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.76

 

Diocletianopolis [=Celetrum] in Macedonia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.8

 

Diodorus of Tarsus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.51

 

Diodorus of Tenedos (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.25; 660.14

 

Diogenes (notary of Constantius, attacks Athanasius' supporters):  1.664.4.1–17

 

Dionysias in Arabia: 1.54–5.78; 99.78;    2.442–3.36

 

Dionysius (church of, in Alexandria):  1.665.6.14; 669.17.7; 670.17.33


Dionysius of Diospolis in Palestine (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.7

 

Dionysius [of Elatea? Elis?] in Achaia (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.48; 658.6

 

Dionysius Exiguus:  versions of

Canones Apostolorum  1.1–32

Canons of

C. of Ancyra  2.37–115

[Dedication?] C. of Antioch  2.219–315

C. of Constantinople  2.405–25; 435–64; 467–8

C. of Gangra  2.163–73; 185–211

C. of Laodicea  2.327–89

C. of Neocaesarea  2.117–41

C. of Nicaea  1.250–73

 

Dioscorus from Thrace (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.17; 658.18

 

Diospolis in Palestine (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.7

 

Diospontus (province from which bishops at C. of Nicaea came):  1.60.108; 61.107; 97.107

 

Dius in Macedonia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.55; 661.41

 

Doliche in Coele Syria  1.50–1.59; 97.59; 99.59;    2.444–5.50

 

Domiti[an?]us of [Acrae? Constantia?] in Scythia (subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.658.19; 662.49

 

Domitianus of Astorga (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.4

 

Domnus of Aspendus in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.160; 98.160; 100.160

 

Domnus of Gabala in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.33

 

Domnus of Trapezus in Pontus Polemoniacus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.113; 97.113; 100.113

 

Domnus (bishop from Pannonia at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.215; 101.215

 

Donatists  1.416.XXVII

letters convoking council to deal with: 1.376–9

remarks of C. of Arles concerning: 1.381.(b)–382.(b)

 

Donatus (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.5

 

Dorotheus of Nicaea (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.136

 

Dorotheus of Oxyrhynchus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.434–5.3

 

Dorotheus of Pelusium (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.10; 97.10; 99.10

 

Dorylaeum in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.142; 98.142; 100.142

 


Dracontius (praepositus monetae, lynched with George of Alexandria):  1.666.8.16–24

 

Dulcitius (presbyter, legate of Boniface of Rome):  1.565.19

 

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Eauze (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.22

 

Ebion: 1.285.(a).48, (b).20; note on ancient references to: 1.248

 

Ecdicius of Aphrodisias in Caria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.133

 

Eηija (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.31

 

Edessa: 1.54–5.79; 97.99; 99.79; 2.442–3.40

 

Egypt: 1.38–9; 99; 120.(a).1, (b).2; 121.(a).5, (b).2; 148.4,25; 158.(a).43, (b).63; 196.(a).28, (b).2; 197.(a).3, (b).1; 260.VI.2; 629title; 630.36, 80; 638.(a).3, (b).4; 648.162; 665.5.2, 5, 6.25; 667.12.17; 670.18.10; 671.19.44

2.404.(b).II; 405.(b).II; 410.(a).IIItitle; 411.IItitle; 412.(a).5, (b).7; 413.7; 430.(a).17, (b).6; 434–5

Special authority over all Egypt of bp. of Alexandria: 1.635.78–9

 

Elatea[?] in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.48

 

Eleusius of Cyzicus (excommunicated by Arians):  1.667.13.10

 

Eleutheropolis in Palestine (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.31; 97.31; 99.31

 

Elijah: 1.32 b.7

 

Elis[?] in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.48

 

Elpidius of Comana in Cappadocia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.99; 99.99

 

Elpidius of Comana in Diospontus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.61; 62–3.110; 97.110; 100.110

 

Elpidius of Dionysias in Arabia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.36

 

Elpidius (presbyter of Antioch at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.31

 

Elvira, Council of 306: 1.476 note

 

Embrun (irregular ordination of bishop at church of c.349):  1.437.(a).3

 

Emisa in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.50; 97.49; 99.50

 

Enoch: 1.32 b.7

 

Eortius [of Orlιans?] (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.10; 422.14; 423.10

 

Ιpaone, Council of 517:  1.440.(a)


Ephesus: 1.64–5.124; 98.124; 100.124; 159.96–108; 649.234; 650.293

 

Ephesus, Council of:  1.310–3 (its version of Creed of Nicaea)

 

Epictetus of Centumcellae in Numidia (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 414.43

 

Epidaurus of Perge (at C. of Ancyra 314):  2.32.(a).12; 50.13; 51.12

 

Epiphania in Cilicia: 1.56–7.85; 97.85; 99.85;    2.444–5.53

 

Epiphania in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.65; 97.65; 99.65;    2.440.26; 441.27

 

Epirus (represented at C. of Sardica):  1.645title.7

 

Equitius (consul 374):  1.418

 

Erechthius of Gadamaua[?] in Galatia: 1.64–5.120; 97.120; 100.120; 2.32.(b).10; 52.(a).10, (b).13; 53.13

 

Erythrius of Colonia in Cappadocia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.97; 97.97; 99.97

 

Esbus in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.75; 97.75; 99.75

 

Euboea (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.[211b]; 86–7.211; 100.211

 

Eucarpia in Phrygia: 1.68–9.144; 98.144; 100.144; 2.458–9.130

 

Eucarpus of Opus in Achaia (subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):       1.660.16; 662.54

 

Eucissus of Cissamus (subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.59

 

Eudaemon (chorepiscopus from Cilicia at C. of Nicaea):  1.65–7.89; 97.89; 99.89

 

Eudemus I of Patara in Lycia  (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.156; 98.156; 100.156

 

Eudemus II of Patara (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.122

 

Eudoxians  2.408.(a).II.3; 409.7; 429.(a).8, (b).III.3

 

Eudoxius of Germanicia: 1.663.2.23; 664.2.38; 667.13.1,4,8ff.; 669.15.3

 

Eudromius (chorepiscopus at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9, 61.102; 97.102; 99.102

 

Eugenius of Apollonias in Caria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.170; 98.170; 100.170

 

Eugenius of Eucarpia in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.144; 98.144; 100.144

 

Eugenius of Possala in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.102

 

Eugenius I (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.3; 153title; 172–3.3

 


Eugenius II (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.14; 153title; 172.15; 173.(a).8

 

Eugenius (bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.660.13

 

Eugenius (bishop who subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.31

 

Eugenius (deacon of Rome):  1.400.5

 

Eulalius of Iconium (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.146; 98.146; 100.146

 

Eulalius of Sebaste in Armenia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.105; 97.105; 100.105

 

Eulalius (chorepiscopus from Bithynia at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.202; 100.202

 

Eulalius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.9; 153title; 170.(a).4; 172.2; 173.9

 

Eulogius of Edessa (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.40

 

Eulogius (bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.660.12

 

Eumeneia in Phrygia Pacatiana (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.132

 

Eumerius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.2; 422.3; 423.2

 

Eunomians  2.404.(a).II, (b).I; 405.(b).I; 408.(a).II.2, (b).6; 409title, 6; 426R.II; 429(a).6, (b).III.2

 

Eunomius  1.285.(a).41, (b).12; 667.13.6; 668title

 

Euphemia, basilica of (where C. of Constantinople 381 met):  2.406.(a).10f.; 428.(b).I.6

 

Euphrasius of Nicomedia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.135

 

Euphration of Balaneae in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.60; 97.60; 99.60

 

Euphrosynus of Rhodes (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.164; 100.164

 

Eupsychius of Amastris in Paphlagonia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.117; 97.117; 100.117

 

Eupsychius of Tyana (at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.96; 97.96; 99.96

 

Europa: 1.82–3; 100; 639.(a)title.8, (b)title.9; 645title.7; 650.287

 

Eusebians (their claims rejected by C. of Sardica):  1.654.12

 

Eusebius, Flavius (consul 359):  1.665.6.31

 

Eusebius of Antioch in Caria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.168; 98.168; 100.168

 

Eusebius of Caesarea in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.26; 99.26;

his Church History:  1.160.(b).117ff.; 648.212

 


Eusebius of Chalcis in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.32

 

Eusebius of Epiphania in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.27

 

Eusebius of Miletus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.172; 98.172; 100.172

 

Eusebius of Nicomedia: 1.80–1.192; 98.192; 100.192; 637.4; 645.33ff.; 646.44; 648.200ff.; 649.229; 654.22ff.; 663.2.8

 

Eusebius of Olba in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.77

 

Eusebius (bishop at [Dedication?] C.of Antioch):  2.230.(b).32; 231.1; 312–3.1

 

Eusebius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.1; 153title; 170.(a).3, (b).1; 173.2

 

Eusebius (Isaurian bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.189; 100.189

 

Eustathius of Antioch (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.51; 97.51; 99.51

 

Eustathius of Arethusa in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50; 52–3.66; 97.66; 99.66

 

Eustathius of Metropolis in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.112

 

Eustathius of Prusa (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.139

 

Eustathius of Sebaste (his rejection of marriage repudiated by C. of Gangra):  2.153.6; 174.5

 

Eustathius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.8; 313.(a).8; 314.(a).22

 

Eustolus of Nicomedia (at C. of Gangra):  2.32.(a).7; 50–1.7

 

Eustratius of Canae in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.100

 

Eutherius [of Ganos?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.11

 

Eutherius (from Pannonia, at C. of Sardica):  1.554.40

 

Eutyches (heresiarch):  1.295.I.2.13; his version of Creed of Nicaea: 1.314

 

Eutychianus of Amasia in Diospontus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.109; 100.109

 

Eutychianus (validity of his episcopacy questioned at C. of Sardica):  1.530.ιθ΄.8, κ΄.10; 531.(a).XXIII.6, XXIIII.10, (b).[XVIIII].23,[XX].10

 

Eutychius of Methone (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.58b; 661.46

 

Eutychius of Seleucia in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.149; 98.149; 100.149

 

Eutychius of Smyrna (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.126; 98.126; 100.126

 

Euzoius of Antioch: 1.666.7.9; 667.13.8; 669.15.4

 


Evagrius of Heraclea Lyncestis (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.21

 

Evaristus (translator of Nicene Canons into Latin):  1.112.(b).4

 

Evethius of Adriani in Bithynia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.199; 98.199; 100.199

 

Evethius of Satala in Lesser Armenia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.106; 97.106; 100.106

 

Evodius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.8; 422.5; 423.8

 

 

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Faustinus of Potentia (papal legate to C. of Carthage 419 and 424–5):  1.565.1; 567.4;         569.25ff.; 571.61; 574.126; 575.141ff.; 580f.; 582.280; 585.310; 586.III; 591.2; 596title; 597.9; 599.58; 607.211; 615.22; 616.47; 620.128; 621.150ff.

 

Faustinus (presbyter of Orange at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.11

 

Faustus of Limenae in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.109

 

Faustus of Panemutichus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.178

 

Faustus of Thuburbo in Africa (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 412.38

 

Faustus, basilica of (meeting place of C. of Carthage 419):  1.566.9

 

Felix (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.18; 423.19

 

Felix (presbyter; legate of Boniface of Rome):  1.565.20

 

Felix (exorcist of Trier at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.21

 

Filomatius (deacon of Autun at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.16

 

Flaccus of Hierapolis in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.145; 98.145; 100.145

 

Flaccus of Synaus in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.139; 98.139; 100.139

 

Flavian (praefectus Aegypti, vain attempt to expel Athanasius from Alexandria): 1.669.16.17–35, 17.5–27

 

Flavian of Antioch (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.31

 

Flavian of Constantinople (Leo's letter to):  1.295.I.2.10

 

Flavias in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.88; 97.88; 99.88

 

Flavius (deacon of Bordeaux at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.20

 

Florentius (consul 361):  1.665.7.3; 666.9.2

 


Florentius of Ancyra Ferrea in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.135; 98.135; 100.135

 

Florentius of Mιrida (at C. of Sardica):  1.546.3; 660.22

 

Florentius of Vienne (at C. of Valence):  1.418.3; 422.1; 423.3; 424.29

 

Florentius (deacon of Mιrida at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.26

 

Florus (deacon of Syracuse at C. of Arles 314):  1.398.1

 

Foegadius of Agen (at C. of Valence):  1.418.1; 423.1

 

Fortunatianus of Aquileia (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.37

 

Fortunatianus of Neapolis in Proconsularis (at C. of Carthage 419 & 424–5):  1.567.15; 587.VIII; 591.6; 614.6

 

Fortunatus of Caesarea in Mauritania (at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.32

 

Fortunatus (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.4

 

Frιjus (Letter of C. of Valence to church of):  1.423f.

 

Frisingense, Fragmentum (with Canons of Nicaea):  1.278–80

 

Fulgentius Ferrandus (Breviatio Canonum):  1.440 a–e; 536f.; 2.393–400

 

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Gabala in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.62; 97.62; 99.62;    2.440–1.33

 

Gabula in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.72; 97.72; 99.72

 

Gadamaua[?] in Galatia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.120; 97.120; 100.120

 

Gadara in Palestine (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.27; 97.27; 99.27

 

Gaianus of Sebaste in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.25; 97.25; 99.25

 

Gaius of Lyrbe in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.83

 

Gaius of Thmuis in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.11; 97.11; 99.11

 

Galatia  1.64–5; 97; 100; 549.10; 638.6; 645.21, 40; 650.273

 

Gallica Interpretatio: Version of:

Nicene documents:  1.164–238

Canons of C. of Ancyra 314:  2.4–15

C. of Gangra:  2.147–9

[Dedication?] C. of Antioch:  2.216f.

 

Gallo-Hispana Interpretatio: Version of Nicene Documents:  1.174–238


Gallonianus of Uthina (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XIIII; 591.14; 592.(b).11

 

Gangra: 2.153title, 2; 155.72; 174.2; 181.(a).79, (b).80

 

Gangra, Council of:  2.143.5; 145–214

 

Ganos[?] (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.11

 

Gaudentius of Naissus (at C. of Sardica):  1.457.31ff.; 468.[VII].1ff.; 496–7; 510–1;            530.(b).XVIIII; 531.(a).XXIII, (b).[XVIIII].18ff.; 542.(b).IIII; 543.X; 554.32; 660.21

 

Gaul: 1.37.(V)title; 90–1; 101; 376.16; 379.10; 404-6; 418; 558.53; 645title.3; 660.19; 661.42; 670.18.5

 

Gaza: 1.46–7.38; 97.38; 99.38; 550.12; 645.41; 650.273, 282

 

Gelasius of Caesarea in Palestine (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.5

 

Gelasius of Cyzicus (excerpt from Historia Nicaeni Concilii):  1.110.(b)

 

Gelasius of Salamis in Cyprus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.191; 100.191

 

Genethlius of Carthage (presided at C. of Carthage 390):  1.440 b.IIII.8

 

Genialis (deacon of Gιvaudan at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.19

 

Gennadius of Esbus in Arabia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.75; 97.75; 99.75

 

George of Alexandria: 1.665.6.1–666.8.24; 669.15.6

 

George of Laodicea: 1.650.293ff.; 654.25ff.; 656.149; 657.47ff.; 663.2.3

 

George of Prusias in Bithynia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.198; 100.198

 

Germanicia in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.57; 97.57; 99.57; 663.2.26; 667.13.2

 

Germanus of Corycus in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.54

 

Germanus of Neapolis in Palestine: 1.42–3.23; 97.23; 99.23;    2.32.(b).16; 51.18; 52.(a).16, (b).2; 53.3

 

Gerontius (praefectus Aegypti, announces Constantius' death and recalls Athanasius):             1.666.8.5, 9.8,15

 

Gerontius of Beroea in Macedonia (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.56; 658.14; 660.7

 

Gerontius of Larisa in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.64; 52; 97.64; 99.64;    2.32.(b).17; 52.(a).17, (b).16; 53.16

 

Gιvaudan (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.19

 

Gindara in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.70; 97.70; 99.70


Gordian[? text: Cordianus] (chorepiscopus of Isauria at C. of Nicaea):  1.98.184

 

Gorgonius of Apollonias in Bithynia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.197; 98.197; 100.197

 

Gorgonius of Cina in Galatia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.121; 100.121

 

Gorgonius (chorepiscopus of Cappadocia at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.100; 99.100

 

Gothia: 1.90–1; 101

 

Goths (their bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.217; 101

 

Gratian (emperor): 1.418; 670.17.22,34, 18.25

 

Gratus of Carthage: 1.440 b.CXXII.4; 440 d.XXVII.7, CXXIII.4; 462.9; 502.(a).9, (b).11; 503.10; 537.[XXVII].7

 

Greece: 1.606.194

 

Greek(s): 1.607.196; 2.350.CXIIII.1; 360.CXXIIII.3; 393.CCXXI.1

 

Gregory of Alexandria: 1.650.281ff.; 656.150ff.; 657.9,51ff.; 659.32ff.; 663.1.4

 

Gregory of Beirut (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.47; 97.47; 99.47

 

Gregory of Elvira (his version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.300

 

Gregory of Nazianzus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.64

 

Gregory of Nyssa (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.60

 

Gregory of Porto (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 414.42

 

Gregory (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.6; 153title; 172.6; 173.13

 

Gregory (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea 314–25):  2.32.(b).5; 52.(a).5, (b).3; 53.5

 

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Hadrianople [text: Cainopolis] (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.19

 

Haemimontus: 1.639.(a)title.9;    2.462–3.145

 

Harpocration of Alphocranon in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.4; 97.4; 99.4

 

Helenopontus (represented at C. of Nicaea):  1.61.108; 100

 

Helianus of Tyrtana[?] (subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.56

 

Heliodorus of Nicopolis [in Epirus?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.39; 658.3

 

Heliodorus of Sozusa (in communion with Aetius):  1.667.13.7; 668title


Heliodorus of Zabulon (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.34; 99.34

 

Helladius of Caesarea in Cappadocia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.59

 

Helladius (presbyter of Conane in Pisidia at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.118

 

Hellanicus of Tripolis in Phoenicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.45; 97.45; 99.45

 

Hellespontus: 1.66–7.128; 638.7

 

Hemerius in Mesopotamia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.45

 

Hephaestias (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.[212b]; 86–7.212; 100.212

 

Heraclea in Crete (its bishop subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):       1.662.58

 

Heraclea in Thrace (its bishop excommunicated by C. of Sardica):  1.649.230; 650.287

 

Heraclea Lyncestis (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.21; 661.31

 

Heracleopolis in Egypt (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.8

 

Heraclia in Europa (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.203; 98.203; 100.203

 

Heraclides [of ?] (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.89

 

Heraclius (count; Athanasians ejected from Alexandrian churches after his arrival):       1.665.5.21–6.2

 

Heraclius of Baris in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.155; 98.155; 100.155

 

Heraclius of Zela: 1.62–3.111; 97.111; 100.111;    2.32.(a).8, (b).7; 50–1.8; 52.(a).7, (b).9; 53.8

 

Heraclius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.15; 153title; 172.8; 173.11

 

Hermaeus of Bubon in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.127

 

Hermogenes (magister equitum 349; mission to eject Paul of Constantinople):  1.663.2.18–20

 

Hermogenes of Sicyon (subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.34

 

Hermopolis in Egypt (Athanasius hides there):  1.667.12.17

 

Hesychius of Alexandria in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.93; 97.93; 99.93

 

Hesychius of Cotenna in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.86

 

Hesychius of Epiphania in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.53

 

Hesychius of Neapolis in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.148; 98.148; 100.148

 


Hesychius of Prusa (at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.196; 98.196; 100.196

 

Hesychius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.10; 313.(a).10; 314.(a).16, (b).13; 315.19

 

Hesychius (Egyptian bishop, one of authors of letter to Melitius written from prison to complain about his irregular ordinations):  1.634–6

 

Hesychius (chorepiscopus of Isauria at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.181; 98.181; 100.181

 

Hetoemasius of Philadelphia in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.132; 98.132; 100.132

 

Heuresius of Termissus in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.158; 98.158; 100.158

 

Hibernius of York (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 408.23

 

Hierapolis in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.145; 98.145; 100.145

 

Hierapolis in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.56; 97.56; 99.56;    2.444–5.46

 

Hierapytna in Crete (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.662.57

 

Hilarian of Horrea Caelia (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XVIII; 591.23; 592.(b)

 

Hilary (notary of Constantius);  1.665.5.2–13 (his attempt to arrest Athanasius); 666.10.5; 670.18.8

 

Hilary of Poitiers (his version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.299

 

Hilary (Arian bishop, one of those delegating George to seek audience with Jovian): 1.669.15.4

 

Hippo Regius (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.579.211; 586.V; 591.17

 

Hippo, Council of 393 (its version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.302.(a)–304.(a)

 

Hispana, Epitome

of canons of C. of Ancyra 314: 2.4–15

of canons of C. of Gangra: 2.147–9

of canons of [Dedication?] C. of Antioch: 2.216–7

 

Historia Acephala of Athanasius:  1.663–71

 

Historia Francorum: 2.147.(a)

 

Holy Spirit: 1.23.(a).XXXIIII.11; 32 c.(b).6, 23; 32 h.(b).10; 32 u.(b).22; 32 hh.(b).16, 24; 284.(a).31[?], 34, (b).3; 285–94passim; 298–363passim; 387.(a).VIIII.6, (b).86; 388.(a).VIIII.9; 540.11; 542.(a).99; 619.104; 639.(a).24, (b).23; 653.93ff., 109; 664.2.21

2.20title; 228.10; 229.12, 20; 230.24, 28; 408.(a).II.4; 410.(b).I.10; 411.I.9; 467.12f., 21ff.; 468.(a).15, 23ff., (b).17, 25ff.; 469.13, 21ff; 470.(a).12, 20ff., (b).13, 21ff.; 471.12, 20ff.; 472.(a).13, 23ff., (b).13.22ff.

 

Homuncionitae (from homuncio, applied to Paulianists):  1.169.(a).XVIIII; 235.(b).XVIII


Honorius (emperor): 1.104.(3).5; 566title; 591title; 2.407.(a).7

 

Horrea Caelia (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XVIII; 591.23; 592.(b)

 

Horreum Margi (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.51

 

Hosius of Cordova

at C. of Nicaea: 1.36–7.1; 97.1; 99.1; 238.(b)

at C. of Sardica: 1.452–532 passim; 542–4; 546.1; 578; 646.64; 658.1; 2.143

drafter of Canons of Sardica: 1.540.18; 542.(a).93–5

papal delegate to C. of Nicaea: 1.540.24–31

lived in Spain into Constantius' reign: 1.540.31–3

C. of Ariminum sends to him to ask if C. of Nicaea had decreed homoousion or homoeousion; he replies that terms are equivalent, for which his name erased from list of bishops of Cordova: 1.541.62–542.92

Protegenes' and his letter to Julius of Rome defending decision of C. of Sardica to compose new creed: 1.644

note on spelling Hosius or Ossius: 1.532

 

Hosius[?] (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.173.(b).8

 

Humanades: 1.78–9.182; 98.182; 100.182;    2.452–3.93

 

Hyde in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.99

 

Hymenaeus of Hypata in Thessaly (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.18; 660.26

 

Hypaepa (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.127; 98.127; 100.127

 

Hypata in Thessaly (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.18; 660.26

 

Hypatian (bishop excommunicated by Arians):  1.667.13.11

 

Hypatius (consul 349[?]):  1.663.2.2

 

Hypatius, Flavius (consul 359):  1.665.6.31

 

Hypatius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.10; 153title; 172.11; 173.4

 

Hypsistus of Philadelphia in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.70

 

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Ibora in Pontus Amasiae [=Diospontus=Helenopontus]:  (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.140

 

Iconium: 1.70–1.146; 98.146; 100.146;    2.32.(a).9; 50–1.9; 452–3.92

 

Icosium in Mauretania Caesariensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXI; 591.30

 

Ignatius of Antioch (ordained bishop by Peter):  1.158.(b).71

 


Ilium in Asia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.125; 98.125; 100.125

 

Ilium in Hellespontus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.128; 100.128

 

Ilyrius of Isauropolis in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.103

 

Imbitausius of Reims (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 404.14

 

Ingenius (Mareotic presbyter, suffered at hands of Arians):  1.657.23

 

Ingilrami Codex (its version of Nicene documents):  1.105–41

 

Innocent of Rome (his version of Nicene canons):  1.179.(a)title; 238.(b)

 

Innocent (presbyter of Carthage by whom Atticus sent Nicene documents to C. of  Carthage 419):  1.303.(b).18; 609.8,13; 610.9,21; 621.136

 

Innocentius (deacon of Nice, at C. of Arles 314)  1.404.12

 

Insimiles: see Anomoeans

 

Insulae: 1.74–5; 100; 638.(a).7; 639.(b)title.8

 

Inzus of Corna in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.96

 

Ionopolis in Paphlagonia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.116; 97.116; 100.116

 

Irenaeus of Scyros (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.46; 661.38

 

Irenopolis in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.94; 99.94

 

Irenopolis in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.69

 

Isaac: 1.32 a.19; 32 b.10

 

Isauria: 1.48; 74.I; 76–81; 98; 100;    2.231; 313.(b).3; 448–9

 

Isauropolis in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.103

 

Ischyras (pseudo-presbyter of Mareotis, accuses Athanasius of burning sacred books;             rewarded by A's enemies with elevation to episcopate):  1.648.172–98

 

Isidore of Cyrrus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.48

 

Isidore (Egyptian schismatic, together with Arius sides with Melitius against Peter of      Alexandria):  1.635.7–636.(a).22

 

Isidori Interpretatio: version of

Nicene documents: 1.155–243; 303.(a)–305(a)

Canons of C. of Ancyra: 2.36–114; 142

Canons of [Dedication?] C. of Antioch: 2.218–318

Canons of C. of Constantinople 381: 2.404–20; 434–8


Canons of C. of Gangra: 2.161–214

Canons of C. of Laodicea: 2.326–92

Canons of C. of Neocaesarea: 2.116–40

 

Italy: 1.37.(V)title; 97title; 400.6; 541.39; 550.20; 555.37; 557.49,50,51; 567.5; 569.26; 591.3; 604.154; 645title.3; 663.1.6; 665.5.15

 

Iuventus (presbyter-legate of Rome at C. of Nicaea):  1.156.(b).11; 540.30

 

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Jacob: 1.32 a.20; 32 b.10; 32 m.23 (ordained priest by the Lord [Greek: "by God"])

 

James (apostle, ordains James [brother of the Lord] bishop):  1.158.80

 

James (brother of the Lord):  1.32 k.24–32 l.3 (ordained by apostles and ordains presbyters, deacons, lectors); 158.77–159.82 (ordained bishop by Apostles Peter, James, John)

 

James of Nisibis (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.80; 97.80; 99.80

 

James (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.13; 313.(a).13; 315.22

 

Jamnia: 1.44–5.30; 97.30; 99.30;    2.436–7.12

 

Januarius of Beneventum (at C. of Sardica):  1.482.[XII].1ff.; 526.(a).[XII].1ff.;       527.(a).XVIIII.1ff., (b).[XV].1ff.; 544.XVII; 546.[15]; 550.15; 660.24

 

Januarius of Jericho (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.33; 97.33; 99.33

 

Januarius (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.4

 

Jericho: 1.44–5.33; 97.33; 99.33;    2.436–7.6

 

Jeroboam (his improper appointment of priests):  1.32 j.17

 

Jerome: 1.295.I.1title

 

Jerusalem: 1.42–3.22; 97.22; 99.22; 122–3.VII (honor due bishop of); 144.VII; 145.XIIII; 148.18; 158.(b).74; 159.84; 167.(a).VII, (b).XIII; 200.(b).2; 201.(a).1, (b).3; 250.VII; 261.VII; 310.(a).1; 2.436–7.4

 

Jews: 1.11.1.VIII; 32 m.3; 32 o.13; 32 aa.14; 32 bb.4; 32 cc.8, 15; 292.(a).131, (b).110; 293.(a).143, 152, (b).132; 358.141; 641.7;

2.216.(b).XCI; 220.(b).I; 234.(a).16f., (b).17; 235.18; 316.E.I; 325.14, 39, 45; 326.F.IIII, T.VI; 334.F.XVII, C.XXIIII, XXV, T.XXX, XXXI, E.XXXVII, XXXVIII; 335.XXXVII, XXXVIII; 346.4; 372.CXL.1; 373.XXXVIItitle, 1; 374.CXLI; 375.XXXVIII; 395.CLXXXV, CLXXXVI; 399.XXXVII,XXXVIII

Their accusations not to be admitted except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

Claim “let us make man” in Genesis 1:26 spoken to angels: 1.337.57

Their Sabbath observance may not be imitated: 2.325; 366–7.XXVIII

Their festal gifts may not be accepted: 2.372–3.XXXVII

Their unleavened bread may not be accepted: 2.374–5.XXXVIII


Their views on Holy Spirit: 1.362.143–363.159

Their Passover calendar: 1.643

 

John (apostle):  1.158.81 (with Peter and [Apostle] James ordains bishop James, brother of the Lord); 159.96–106 (residence in Ephesus)

 

John of Apamea in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.25

 

John of Persia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.83; 97.83; 99.83

 

John (bishop who subscribes letter of C. of Sardica to Mareotic churches):  1.658.4

 

Jonas of Parthicopolis in Macedonia (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.33; 658.5

 

Joninus of Sagalassus in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.110

 

Jovian (emperor, favors Athanasius and orthodox Christianity):  1.667.12.5–10, 21, 25, 28; 669.15.7, 16.1, 28; Arians appeal to Jovian to intervene in church affairs: 1.668–9[15];

Orders that only supreme God (Deus excelsus) and Christ is to be worshiped: 1.667[12]5–9

 

Jovinus, Flavius (consul 367):  1.670.18.2, 19.2

 

Jovinus of Hemerius in Mesopotamia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.45

 

Jovinus of Perrhe in Augustoeuphratensis (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.49

 

Jucundus of Sufetula in Byzacium (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.579.222ff.; 580.233; 588.XVI; 591.21; 592.(b)

 

Julian (emperor):  1.665.5.22, 6.8; 667.11.2, 12.3f., 20, 30; 669.16.8, 26

His measures on behalf of paganism and exiled bishops: 666.8.7, 9.1–13, 10.6

Decrees financial support for pagan temples: 1.666[9]

Orders return of exiled bishops: 1.666[9]

Orders Athanasius to leave Alexandria: 1.667[11]

 

Julianus (consul in year of C. of Nicaea):  1.104.(a).20; 303.(a).2; 315.(a).2

 

Juliopolis in Galatia: 1.64–5.122; 97.122; 100.122;    2.32(a).6; 50–1.6

 

Julius of Paphos (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.78

 

Julius of Rome:

his place in appeals process: 1.494.(b).21; 495.(a).V.8, (b).21

other bishops should obtain his permission before conducting business at court:              1.508.(b).24; 509.(a).23, (b).26

letter to him from Hosius and Protogenes defending decision of C. of  Sardica to produce new creed: 1.644

his part in case concerning Athanasius: 1.645.35; 646.48f.; 648.163

 

Julius [Julian?] of Thebes in Boeotia (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.22; 660.3; 661.29

 

Justus (surname of James, brother of the Lord):  1.158.78


Justus [of Lyons?] (at C. of Valence):  1.418.7; 422.13; 423.7

 

Juvenal of Jerusalem (at C. of Ephesus):  1.310.(a).1

 

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Korahites (example of unauthorized assumption of sacred offices):  1.32 h.3

 

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Lampadius of Utina (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381(b); 412.35

 

Laodicea in Phrygia: 1.68–9.138; 98.138; 100.138; 2.32.(a).10; 50–1.10; 325.2; 326–7title; 340–1title; 392

 

Laodicea in Coele Syria: 1.48–9.53; 650.293;    2.440.22; 441.23

 

Laodicea, Council of:  1.440 b.I, IIII; 536.(b).[I];    2.321–400

 

Laranda in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.185; 98.185; 100.185

 

Larisa in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.64; 97.64; 99.64;    2.440.28; 441.29

 

Larissa in Thessaly (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.26

 

Latronianus, Domitius (governor of Sicily, to furnish transport to Chrestus of Syracuse to C. of Arles):  1.379.50

 

Laurentius of Icosium in Mauretania Caesariensis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXI; 591.30

 

Legis Volumni in Numidia (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.40

 

Lemnus in Insulae (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.166; 100.166

 

Leo of Mopti in Mauretania (at C. of Carthage 419): 1.589.XXIII; 591.26; 592.(b).6(subscriptions)

 

Leo of Rome: 1.295.I.2.9; 306.(b) (his version of Creed of Nicaea)

 

Leo (bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXIIII

 

Leo (presbyter-legate of Celestine of Rome):  1.614.12

 

Leo (Roman deacon, subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.660.20

 

Leontius of Caesarea in Cappadocia: 1.58–9.95; 97.95; 99.95;    2.32.(b).3; 51.14;            52.(a).3, (b).10; 53.10

 

Leontius of Cibyra in Caria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.134

 

Leontius of Magnesia on the Meander (at C. of Chalcedon):  2.320.1, 11


Leontius of Perta in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.98

 

Leontius (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).20; 52.(a).20

 

Leontius (presbyter of Ostia, at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.44

 

Leontius (deacon of Eauze, at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.22

 

Letodorus of Cibyra in Caria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.171; 98.171; 100.171

 

Liberius of Mιrida (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381(b); 410.26

 

Libya: 1.42–3; 97; 99; 120.(b).2; 196.(a).29, (b).2; 197.(b).2; 260.VI.2; 629title; 665.5.5

 

Licinius (emperor):  1.105.8; 155.(b).3; 167.(a).XI.6;

consulship: 1.173.9; 175.(b)title; 252.(a), (b).3;

his tyranny: 1.128–9.XI; 212.(a).6, (b).4; 213.(b).5; 265.XI.5

 

Lignidus (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.23

 

Limenae in Pisidia: 1.70–1.150; 98.150; 100.150;    2.454–5.109

 

Limyra in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.124

 

Lincoln (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.25

 

Lollianus, Q. Flavius (consul 355):  1.664.4.4, 16; 665.5.4

 

Lollianus of Sozopolis in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.115

 

London (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.24

 

Longinus of Ascalon (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.28; 97.28; 99.28

 

Longinus of Colybrassus in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.84

 

Longinus of Neocaesarea in Pontus: 1.62–3.112; 97.112; 100.112; 2.32.(b).6; 51.15;        52.(a).6, (b).18; 53.18

 

Lucca (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.549.7

 

Lucentinus (papal legate at C. of Chalcedon [text: Constantinople]):  2.434

 

Lucifer of Cagliari (his version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.298.(b)

 

Lucius of Alexandria: 1.669.15.5; 670.19.2–44

 

Lucius of Hadrianople in Thrace (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.19

 

Lucius of Neapolis in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.114

 

Lucius [Lucillus?] of Verona (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.20; 658.15; 660.17; 661.30


Lupicinus, Flavius (consul 367):  1.670.18.1,19.1

 

Lupicinus of Limyra in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.124

 

Lupus of Tarsus (at C's. of Ancyra and Neocaesarea):  2.32.(a).4, (b).2; 50.3; 51.4; 52.(a).2, (b).14; 53.14

 

Lycaonia (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3

 

Lycia (represented at C's. of Nicaea and Constantinople 381):  1.72–3; 100;    2.456–7

 

Lycia[?] (bishop from there at C. of Nicaea):  1.73.[183c]; 98.[183c]

 

Lycopolis (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.16; 97.16; 99.16

 

Lydda (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.35; 97.35; 99.35

 

Lydia: 1.66–9; 98; 639.(a)title.8, (b).title.9

 

Lyons (represented at C's. of Arles 314 and Sardica):  1.406.17; 558.53; 661.42

 

Lyrbe in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.83

 

Lystra in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.95

 

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Macarius of Jerusalem (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.22; 97.22; 99.22

 

Macarius (Palestinian bishop; complaint about treatment by Eastern bishops at C. of  Sardica):  1.649.249–60

 

Macarius (presbyter of Athanasius; accused of breaking chalice):  1.647.157; 648.171, 182

 

Macedon of Xanthus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.125

 

Macedonia: 1.86–7; 100; 284.(b)title; 548.8, 9, 10; 550.21; 552.27; 554.33; 558.55,56; 645title.6; 662.48

 

Macedonians: 1.285.(a).45, (b).16; 664.2.40;    2.404.(a).II, (b).I; 405.(b).I; 409.8

 

Macedonius of Constantinople (ordination and deposition):  1.664.2.29–38; 667.13.3, 11

 

Macedonius of Mopsuestia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.91; 97.91; 99.91

 

Macedonius of Ulpiana in Dardania (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.35; 661.39

 

Macedonius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.28; 312.(a).7, (b).4; 313.(a).28; 315.21

 

Macedonopolis (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.82; 97.82; 99.82

 


Macer of Jericho (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.6

 

Macrinus of Jamnia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.30; 97.30; 99.30

 

Macrinus (deacon of Cologne; at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.18

 

Magnentius, Flavius Magnus (usurper; Paul of Constantinople accused of treating with):  1.663.2.11

 

Magnesia on the Meander (its bishop at C. of Chalcedon):  2.320.1

 

Magnus of Damascus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.43; 97.43; 99.43

 

Magnus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.15; 313.(a).15; 314.(b).18, 21; 315.26

 

Magyda (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.163; 98.163; 100.163

 

Mani: 1.110.(b).8; 111.6

 

Manichees: those denying knowledge of God’s birth identified as: 1.668.38–40

 

Manicius of Epiphania in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.65; 97.65; 99.65

 

Manicius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.11; 313.(a).11; 314.(a).17; 315.30

 

Mamertinus, Claudius (consul 362):  1.666.10.8

 

Mamertinus of Eauze (at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.22

 

Maras of Amida (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.43

 

Marcellians: 2.404.(b).I; 405.(b).I; 409title; 410.(a).II.5, (b).I.11; 411.I.10; 426.R.II; 429.(a).10, (b).III.5

 

Marcellus of Ancyra: 1.64–5.118; 548.10; 645.20,39; 646.59; 647.112,133ff.; 648.200ff.; 650.272ff.; 660.6;    2.32.(a).2; 50.1; 51.2; 404.(a).II

 

Marcellus (subdeacon of Carthage; legate of C. of Carthage 419 to Boniface of Rome):          1.609.14; 612.6,21; 621.138

 

Marcian (emperor):  2.406.(a).6ff.

 

Marcian of Seleucobelus in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.28

 

Marcianopolis in Mysia: 1.84–5.206; 98.206; 100.206;    2.462–3.141

 

Marcion (heresiarch):  1.110.(b).9; 111.7; 341.31

Thinks doctrine of resurrection a disgrace to God’s majesty: 1.341.30–47

 

Mareas of Macedonopolis in Mesopotamia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.82; 97.82; 99.82

 

Mareotis: 1.648.160, 194; 657title; 659title,27


Margo[?] (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.30; 661.35

 

Marianus of Uzipparensis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.591.7; 592.(b); 608.223

 

Marinus of Arles (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 402.8; 396; 433.XVIII.4

 

Marinus of Dalisandus in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.72

 

Marinus of Ilium in Hellespontus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.128; 100.128

 

Marinus of Palmyra (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7; 48–9.48; 97.48; 99.48

 

Marinus of Sebaste in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.24; 97.24; 99.24

 

Marinus of Thullio (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.4

 

Maris of Chalcedon: 1.80–1.194; 98.194; 100.194; 645.33ff.

 

Maris of Doliche in Augustoeuphratensis(?) (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.50

 

Mark (evangelist; sent by Peter to Alexandria):  1.158.(a).41ff.; (b).60ff.

 

Mark of Comeonsis[?] in Europa (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.[205b?]

 

Mark of Euboea (at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.[211b]; 86–7.211; 100.211

 

Mark of Siscia in Asia (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.52; 662.53

 

Mark of Standus in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.137; 98.137; 100.137

 

Mark (bishop from Calabria at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.205; 89.[205c]; 100.205

 

Marmarica (its bishop associated with Arians):  1.630.30

 

Marseille (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.7

 

Martyrius of Marcianopolis in Mysia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.141

 

Martyrius of Naupactus (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.47; 660.15; 661.40

 

Mary  1.286.(a).50, (b).22,25; 648.206; 653.97

2.467.13; 468.(a).16, (b).17; 469.14; 470.13; 471.12; 472.(a).14, (b).13

 

Maternus of Cologne (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381(b); 406.18

 

Mauricius [=Manicius?] (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.312.(a).5; 314.(b).14

 

Mauritania: 1.377.78, 84; 412.32

Mauritania Caesariensis: 1.567.12; 589.XXIff.; 591.32; 592.(b)

Mauritania Sitifensis: 1.567.11; 577.172; 590.XXIIII; 591.27; 592(b)

 

Maximianopolis in Palestine (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.32; 97.32; 99.32


Maximianopolis in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.162; 98.162; 100.162

 

Maximianus of Aquae Regiae (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XV; 591.20; 592.(b)

 

Maximinus of Sufes (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XVII; 591.22; 592.(b)

 

Maximinus of Trier (subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.660.19

 

Maximus of Eleutheropolis in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.31; 97.31; 99.31

 

Maximus of Lucca (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.7

 

Maximus the Cynic: 2.404.IIII; 405.III; 407.(a).11; 418.(a).IIII, (b).VI; 419.III, Epitome Hispana V; 426.F.VII, E.VI; 428.(b).IIII; 431.(b).VI

 

Mediolanensis Ambrosianus, I, Codex,  its version of Creed of Nicaea:  1.307.(b)

 

Megara in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.34; 661.35

 

Melchizedek:  1.32 m.23

 

Meletius of Antioch: 1.666.7.7ff.;    2.440–1.22

 

Meliphron of Cos (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.165; 98.165; 100.165

 

Melitene in Lesser Armenia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.447.65

 

Melitius (schismatic):  1.630.37, 40-78 (what is to be done about bishops he has ordained); 634–6 (complaints about his irregular ordinations); 648.188, 192, 194

 

Memphis (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.12; 99.12

 

Menophantus of Ephesus: 1.64–5.124; 98.124; 100.124; 645.35ff.; 649.233; 650.292ff.; 654.25ff.; 656.149; 657.47ff.

 

Mercurius (presbyter of Ostia; at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.44

 

Mιrida (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.26; 546.3; 660.22

 

Merocles of Milan (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 400.6

 

Mesopotamia: 1.54–5; 97; 99; 638.(a).4, (b).5;    2.231; 313.(b).2; 442–3

 

Methone in Asia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.58b; 661.46

 

Metropolis in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.177; 98.177; 100.177

 

Metropolis in Pisidia: 1.70–1.153; 98.153; 100.153;    2.456–7.112

 

Midus of Panemetichus in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.88

 

Milan: 1.400.6; 556.51; 662.52; 664.2.3


Miletus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.172; 98.172; 100.172

 

Mistea in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.97

 

Mithres of Hypaepa in Asia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.127; 98.127; 100.127

 

Mnemius of Citium in Cyprus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.81

 

Mocimus of Aradus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.20

 

Mocimus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.9; 313.(a).9; 314.(a).20, (b).17; 315.17

 

Modestus, Flavius Domitius (vicar; orders amnesty of bishops exiled by Constantius):           1.666.9.10

 

Moesia: 1.84.III; 85.V; 100; 639.(a)title.9, (b)title.10; 645title.5; 649.234; 650.291

 

Monaxius, Flavius (consul 419):  1.565.22

 

Montanists: 1.416.XXVII

 

Montanus (palatinus; brings Constantius' letter to Athanasius):  1.664.3.13–21, 4.5

 

Montanus of Claudiopolis in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.68

 

Montanus of Diocaesarea in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.76

 

Mopsuestia: 1.56–7.91; 97.91; 99.91;    2.446–7.57

 

Mopti in Mauretania (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXIII; 591.26; 592.(b)

 

Moses: 1.32 d.7; 32 h.25; 32 k.19; 32 m.24

 

Moses of Castabala in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.87; 97.87; 99.87

 

Moses (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.25; 313.(a).25; 314.(a).19, (b).16; 315.18

 

Mursa (its bishop Arian):  1.649.235; 650.292

 

Musaeus of Thebes in Thessaly (at C. of Sardica):  1.550.13

 

Musaeus (validity of ordination questioned at C. of Sardica):  1.530.ιθ΄.7, κ΄.12;                     531.(a).XXIII.6, XXIIII.12, (b).[XVIIII].23, [XX].12

 

Musonius of Celenderis in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.71

 

Musonius of Heraclea in Crete (subscribed Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):             1.662.58

 

Muzucensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.X; 591.10; 592.(b)

 

Myra in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.120


Mysia: 1.85.IIII; 100;    2.462–3

 

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Naissus (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.32; 660.21

 

Naples (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.546.[45]

 

Narcissus of Irenopolis in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.94; 99.94

 

Narcissus of Neronias in Cilicia: 1.56–7.86; 97.86; 99.86; 649.231,233; 650.289ff.; 654.23ff.; 655.53ff.; 656.148; 657.46ff.; 663.2.3;    2.32.13; 50.12; 51.13; 52.(a).13, (b).17; 53.17

 

Narcissus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.3; 312.(a).10, (b).8; 313.(a).3, (b).7

 

Natalis (presbyter of Ossuna; at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.28

 

Naupactus (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  661.40

 

Nazianzus in Cappadocia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.64

 

Nazoreus (lector of Marseille; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.7

 

Neapolis (in Achaia? Macedonia?) (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.47

 

Neapolis in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.39

 

Neapolis in Palestine (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.23; 97.23; 99.23

 

Neapolis in Pisidia: 1.70–1.148; 98.148; 100.148;    2.456–7.114

 

Neapolis in Proconsularis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.567.15; 587.VIII; 591.6

 

Nectarius of Appia in Phrygia Pacatiana (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.131

 

Nectarius of Constantinople: 2.406.(a).4, (b).7; 407.(a).9, (b).4; 428.(a)title.2, 13;   431.(b)conclusion; 434–5.1

 

Neocaesarea in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.137

 

Neocaesarea in Pontus: 1.62–3.112; 97.112; 100.112;    2.32.(b)title, foot; 48title,8; 116.2; 117.3; 118title; 142title

 

Neocaesarea in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.67; 97.67; 99.67

 

Neocaesarea, Council of 314–25:  1.440 c.LXXXVII;    2.12–15; 28–35; 44–7; 52–3; 116–44

 

Neon of Selinus in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.75

 

Nero (emperor; Peter and Paul martyred in his reign):  1.157.(a).29, (b).37

 

Neronias in Cilicia: 1.56–7.86; 97.86; 99.86; 649.231,233; 650.288;    2.32(a).13; 50.12; 51.14


Nestabus of Ptolemais in Phoenicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.15

 

Nestor of Syedra in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.180; 98.180; 100.180

 

Nestorius of Constantinople: 1.295.I.2.12

 

Neuterius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.16; 422.9; 423.16

 

Nevitta, Flavius (consul 362):  1.666.10.9

 

Nicaea: 1.37.(V)title; 80–1.193; 98.193; 100.193; 1.104.(a).13,18; 105.2; 110.(a).9, (b).12; 111.11; 112.(b).3; 155.(b).6; 160.(b).126; 162.(a).38, (b).170; 173.2,7; 174title; 175.(b)title; 178title; 179.(b)title; 252.(b).1; 283title; 284.(b).1; 299.(a)title; 300title; 303.(a).1; 310.(a).4; 311.(b)title; 315.(a).1; 540.8,27; 542.(a).96; 601.97; 606.189; 610.14,23; 612.14,23; 629title,4; 631.13; 641.10; 644.3; 667.13.6;

2.48.5; 232.(a).3; 233.3; 408.I.2; 409.I.1; 428.(a).3, (b).II.3; 460–1.136

 

Nicaea, Council of:  1.35–280; 295.I.2.5; 420.III.6; 430.X.4; 436–440 e; 536–7; 540title; 541.69; 568.11; 569.22; 571.71; 573.105–575.140; 577.178; 579.214, 220, 225; 581.254, 261; 582.276; 583.288ff.; 584.296; 590; 601.94; 604.147; 605.169,171; 606.194; 609–13; 618.82; 619.97; 620.129,131; 629–31;

2.4–15; 19.(b).1–6; 28.(b)title; 48.2–5; 49; 116.3f.; 117.4; 142title; 147–9; 155title; 170–1; 216–7; 220.(a).I; 221.I; 232–3; 316.CT.I; 404–5.I; 408–9.I; 412.(a).6f., (b).11f.; 413.10; 416.(a).21, (b).III.11; 417.(a).25f., (b).26f.; 426.I; 428.(b).I; 430.(a).21, (b).9; 431.(a).34, (b).IV.22; 469title

History of: 1.160–3

Constantine says he convoked: 1.631.13

Members: 1.36–101 (Constantine says 318 members: 1.631.42–3)

Documents of brought back by bishop of Carthage: 1.584.294–7

 

Nicaea, Canons of: 1.112–53; 178–251; 255–80; 436–440 e

Notes to: 1.149–52

 

Nicaea, Creed of:  1.106–11; 298–320; 330–43 passim; 355; 644

Notes on vocabulary of Latin translations of: 1.320–8

Anonymous Latin commentaries on: 1.329–68; indices of biblical passages, proper names, and selected terms to: 1.347–53; 364–7

Prefaces to: 1.155–63; 170–3

Notes to: 1.149–52

 

Nicaea, subscriptions to C of: 1.36–7; 110.I (bottom); vol.1, unnumbered pages between pp. 152 and 154, column Q bottom

 

Nicasius of Dijon (at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.216; 101.216

 

Nicasius (letter to him from Aelafius, vicar of Africa, about Donatists):  1.377.39

 

Nicasius (deacon of Arles; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.8

 

Nice (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.12

 

Niceta of Remesiana (his version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.306.(a)


Nicetas of Flavias in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.88; 97.88; 99.88

 

Nicetas (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.19; 312.(a).6, (b).3; 313.(a).19, (b).8

 

Nicetius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.17; 422.19; 423.17

 

Nicetius (deacon of Rouen; at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.15

 

Niciu (its bishop part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius):  1.664.3.6

 

Nicomachus of Bostra (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.73; 97.73; 99.73

 

Nicomedia: 1.80–1.192; 98.192; 100.192; 663.2.8;    2.32.(a).7; 50–1.7; 460–1.135

 

Nicopolis in Egypt (stage on Lucius' ejection from Egypt):  1.671.19.43

 

Nicopolis [in Epirus?] (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.39

 

Nicopolis in Palestine: 1.44–5.29; 97.29; 99.29;    2.436–7.8

 

Nξmes, Council of 394 or 396:  1.436.(a)

 

Ninellus of Rusuccurrensis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XX; 591.29; 592.(b)

 

Nisibis (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.80; 97.80; 99.80

 

Novariensis, Codex (with spurious canons of Arles):  1.416

 

Novatianists: 1.166.VII; 167.(a).VIII; 202-3.(a).1; 204.(b).19,24; 206.(b).27; 429.VIIII; 2.326.C.VI,E.VII; 346.1; 347.2; 393.CLXXVII.1; 397.VII

 

Novatus of Sitifis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.577.172ff.; 588.XVIIII; 591.25; 592.(b)

 

Numerian of Rusguniae (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXII; 591.31; 592.(b)

 

Numidia: 1.377.77; 414; 566.3; 567.9; 573.104; 579.212; 586.II,IIII,V,VI; 591.19; 592.(b); 597.3; note on names of cities in: 1.594

 

Nunechius of Laodicea in Phrygia: 1.68–9.138; 98.138; 100.138;    2.32.(a).10; 50–1.10

 

Nyssa (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.60

 

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Oenoanda in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.123

 

Oescus in Dacia Ripensis (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.54

 

Olba in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.77

 

Olympius of Aenus (at C. of Sardica):  1.485.15; 528.(a).15, (b).ιη΄.3; 529.(a).XXII.3, (b).[XVIIII].3; 544.XX; 662.50


Olympius of Mopsuestia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.57

 

Olympius of Neocaesarea in Bithynia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.137

 

Olympius of Parnassus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.63

 

Olympius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.4; 153title; 172.4; 173.10

 

Olympus (praefectus Aegypti; exiles Athanasius' presbyters):  1.667.11.7–12.7

 

Onesimus (example of someone worthy of ordination):  1.32 ff.14

 

Optatus (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.5

 

Optimus of Antioch in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.105

 

Opus in Achaia (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.54

 

Orange (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.11

 

Orange, Council of 441:  1.438

 

Oresius of Marseille (at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.7

 

Orientalis of Bordeaux (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 406.20

 

Orion of Ilium (at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.125; 98.125; 100.125

 

Osrhoene (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3

 

Ossius: see Hosius

 

Ossuna (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.28

 

Ostia (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.44

 

Otreius of Arabissus in Lesser Armenia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.447.66

 

Otreius of Melitene in Lesser Armenia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.447.65

 

Oxyrhynchus (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.434–5.3

 

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Pachnemunis (its bishop part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius):  1.664.3.8

 

Pachomius (Egyptian bishop; letter to Melitius):  1.634–6

 

Paederos of Heraclia in Europa (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.203; 98.203; 100.203

 

Palatinus of Boset (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.2

 


Palladius of Dius in Macedonia (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.55; 661.41

 

Palestine: 1.42–7; 97; 99; 550.12; 554.41; 638.(a).3, (b).4; 645title.7; 649.232, 249; 650.288; 2.313.(b).1; 436–7

 

Pallene[?] in Macedonia (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.48

 

Palmyra (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.47; 48–9.48; 97.48; 99.48

 

Paltus in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440.29; 441.30

 

Pammenius of Ariassus in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.91

 

Pamphylia: 1.72–5; 98; 100; 639.(a)title.8, (b).title.9;    2.450–1

 

Pancharius of Ancyra (at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.118; 97.118; 100.118

 

Paneas: 1.48–9.46; 97.46; 99.46;    2.438–9.17

 

Panemutichus: 1.76–7.178;    2.452–3.88

 

Panephysis in Egypt (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.7; 97.7; 99.7

 

Pannonia: 1.90–1; 101; 554.40; 639.(a)title.8, (b).title.10; 645title.4; 649.235; 650.292; 661.47

 

Pansophius of Ibora in Pontus Amasiae (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.140

 

Papa in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.154; 98.154; 100.154

 

Paphlagonia: 1.62–3; 97; 100; 638.(a).5, (b).6

 

Paphos: 1.80–1.190; 100.190;    2.450–1.78

 

Pappus (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.8; 153title; 172.10; 173.15

 

Paraetonium (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.21; 97.21; 99.21

 

Pardus of Salapia (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 400.3

 

Paregorius of Scupi in Dardania (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.29; 658.7; 661.36

 

Parembole (Athanasius' letter to church of):  1.654title

 

Parlais in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.113

 

Parnassus (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.63

 

Parthicopolis in Macedonia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.33

 

Paschasinus (papal legate at C. of Chalcedon):  1.148.1;    2.434.1

 


Patara in Lycia: 1.72–3.156; 98.156; 100.156;    2.458–9.122

 

Patrae in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.38

 

Patricius of Amblada in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.152; 98.152; 100.152

 

Patricius of Maximianopolis in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.162; 98.162; 100.162

 

Patricius of Nicaea (Arian; his creed):  1.667.13.5; 668

 

Patricius of Oenoanda in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.123

 

Patricius of Parlais in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.113

 

Patricius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.26; 313.(a).26

 

Patrophilus of Larissa in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.29

 

Patrophilus of Scythopolis (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.37; 97.37; 99.37

 

Paul (apostle):  1.32 m.18; 157.(a).25ff., (b).35ff., 46; 158.(b).58; 474.22; 657.22

Notes on claim that Peter and Paul died on same day at same time: 1.245–6

Sectarians deny this: 1.157(a).26

 

Paul of Anaea in Asia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.129; 98.129; 100.129

 

Paul of Apamea in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.143; 100.143

 

Paul of Constantinople: 1.637.3; 663.2.5, 10, 15, 22; 664.2.29, 33

 

Paul of Laranda in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.185; 98.185; 100.185

 

Paul of Lystra (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.95

 

Paul of Maximianopolis in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.32; 97.32; 99.32

 

Paul of Neocaesarea in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.67; 97.67; 99.67

 

Paul of Samosata: 1.110.(b).7; 111.5; 140.XVIIII; 251.XVIIII; 272.XVIIII; 280.VII

Note on ancient references to: 1.248

 

Paul of Sidon (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.14

 

Paul (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.5; 313.(a).5, (b).10; 314.(a).15, (b).23

 

Paul (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.14; 422.11; 423.14

 

Paul (presbyter of Alexandria; exiled by prefect):  1.667.11.10, 12.10

 

Paul (presbyter of Claudiopolis in Isauria at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.68

 


Paulianists: 1.140–1.XVIIII; 144.(a).XVIIII, (b).XVIII; 145.XXVII; 168.XVII; 169.(a).XVIIII, (b).XXVI; 234.(a).XVII, (b).XVIII; 235.(a).XXI, (b).XVIII; 272.XVIIII.1; 280.VII–VIIII; 432.XVI; 440 d.CLXXIII

Notes on: 1.248

 

Paulinus (consul in year of C. of Nicaea):  1.104.(a).20; 303.(a).2; 315.(a).1

 

Paulinus of Adana in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.90; 97.90; 99.90

 

Paulinus of Antioch: 1.284.(b)title; 295.I.1title; 666.7.6

 

Paulus (notary of Constantius; executes order for George's return to Alexandria):          1.665.6.30ff.

 

Pegasius of Arbocadama in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.71; 97.71; 99.71

 

Pelagius of Laodicea in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.23

 

Pella[?] in Macedonia (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):             1.662.48

 

Pelusium (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.10; 97.10; 99.10

 

Pentadius of Carpi (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.IX; 591.9

 

Pentapolis: 1.120.(a).2, (b).3; 196.(a).29, (b).2; 197.(b).2; 260.VI.2; 629title

 

Perge in Pamphylia: 1.72–3.157; 98.157; 100.157;    2.32.(a).12; 50–1.13; 450–1.82[?]

 

Perrhe in Augustoeuphratensis (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.49

 

Persia (represented at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5; 97.83; 99.83

 

Perta in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.98

 

Peter (apostle):  1.20.(a).XXVIIII.6, (b).XXX.6; 32 t.2; 156.(a).14, (b).23; 157.(a).28, 36, (b).37; 158.(a).41, 44, 48ff., (b).57, 60, 64, 68, 80; 456.18; 494.(a).18, (b).19; 495.(a).5, (b).19

Notes on episcopal successions to: 1.246–7

Notes on claim that Peter and Paul died on same day at same time: 1.245–6

Sectarians deny this: 1.157(a).26

 

Peter of Aila (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.39; 97.39; 99.39

 

Peter (I) of Alexandria: 1.160.(a).2, (b).134; 634.40; 635.78, 3; 636.(a).15, 17, (b)

 

Peter (II) of Alexandria: 1.671.20.3

 

Peter of Gindara in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.70; 97.70; 99.70

 

Peter of Iconium (at C. of Ancyra 314):  2.32.(a).9; 50–1.9

 

Peter of Nicopolis in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.29; 97.29; 99.29

 

Peter (I) (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.24; 313.(a).24; 315.23


Peter (II) (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.29; 313.(a).29; 315.16

 

Peter (Alexandrian presbyter and physician; part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius):  1.664.3.9

 

Peter (deacon of Arles; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.8

 

Petronius of Ionopolis in Paphlagonia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.116; 97.116; 100.116

 

Petronius (presbyter of Antioch; messenger from Damasus of Rome to Paulinus of Antioch):  1.295.I.1.3

 

Phaladus (chorepiscopus at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.61; 97.61; 99.61

 

Pharbaethus in Egypt (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.6

 

Pharsalus[?] in Thessaly (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.18

 

Phaselis in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.126

 

Philadelphia in Arabia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.74; 97.74; 99.74

 

Philadelphia in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.70

 

Philadelphia in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.132; 98.132; 100.132

 

Philadelphus of Juliopolis in Galatia: 1.64–5.122; 97.122; 100.122;    2.32.(a).6; 50–1.6

 

Philadelphus of Pompeiopolis in Paphlagonia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.115; 97.115; 100.115

 

Phileas (Egyptian bishop; letter to Melitius):  1.634–6

 

Phileas (Alexandrian presbyter; part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius): 1.664.3.10

 

Philetus (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.7; 153title; 172.7; 173.6

 

Philip (deacon; criticized for baptizing the eunuch):  1.32 m.15ff., 25

 

Philip of Damascus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.16

 

Philip of Panephysis in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.7; 97.7; 99.7

 

Philip (presbyter, papal legate to C. of Carthage 419):  1.565.2; 567.18; 571.62; 582.281; 585.310; 590.381; 592.(b); 596title; 597.10; 599.58; 607.212

 

Philippi (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.9

 

Philippopolis, Council of:  1.637–43

 

Philo (translator of Nicene canons into Latin):  1.112.(b).4

 

Philocalus of Paneas in Phoenicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.46; 97.46; 99.46


Philomelium in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.119

 

Philomusus of Pompeiopolis in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.56

 

Philotheus of Irenopolis in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.69

 

Philoxenus of Hierapolis in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.56; 97.56; 99.56

 

Philoxenus (Roman presbyter; subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.660.20

 

Phoenicia: 1.46–9; 97; 99; 638.(a).4, (b).5;    2.231; 313.(b).4; 438–9

 

Photinians: 1.234.(b).XVIII; 235.(a).XXI; 432.XVI;    2.347.3; 404–5.(b).I; 409title; 410.(b).I.12; 411.I.11; 426.R.II; 429.(a).11, (b).III.6

Notes on: 1.248

 

Photinus (heresiarch):  1.110.(b).6; 111.5; 285.(a).48, (b).20;    2.404.(a).II

Note on ancient references to: 1.248

 

Phrygia: 1.68–9; 98; 100; 638.(a).6, (b).7;    2.325.2; 326–7title; 340–1title; 392; 458–9

 

Picenum (bishop from there papal legate to C. of Carthage 419):  1.567.5; 569.27; 586.III; 591.3; 592.(b)

 

Pinus[?] (deacon of Capua; at C. of Arles 314):  1.398.2

 

Pionius of Choma in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.121

 

Piperius of Samosata (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.58; 97.58; 99.58

 

Pisidia: 1.70–3; 98; 100; 638.(a).7; 639.(b)title.8;    2.32.(a).11; 50.11; 51.12; 454–5

 

Pisticus of Azani in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.141; 98.141; 100.141

 

Pistus of Athens (at C. of Nicaea):  1.86–7.210; 98.210; 100.210

 

Pistus of Marcianopolis in Moesia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.206; 98.206; 100.206

 

Pitulinus (exorcist of Lyons; at C. of Arles 314):  1.406.17

 

Pityus in Pontus Polemoniacus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.114; 97.114; 100.114

 

Platea in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.24

 

Plusianus [=Volusianus] of Lycopolis (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.16; 97.16; 99.16

 

Plutarch of Patrae in Achaia (at C. of Sardica):  1.554.38; 658.22

 

Pneumatomachi: 2.408.(b).9; 426.R.II; 429.(a).9, (b).III.4

 

Pocofelta in Africa (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.39

 


Poetovio (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.47

 

Pollion of Baris in Lydia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.133; 98.133; 100.133

 

Polycarp of Metropolis in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.153; 98.153; 100.153

 

Pompeiopolis in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.56

 

Pompeiopolis in Paphlagonia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.115; 97.115; 100.115

 

Pontius Pilate: 2.467.15; 468.(a).17, (b).19; 469.15; 470.(a).14, (b).15; 471.14; 472.(a).16, (b).15

 

Pontus: 1.638.(a).5, (b).6;    2.414.(a).11, (b).II.16ff.; 415.14f.; 422.21; 430.(a).24, (b).12f.; 462–3

Metropolitans have authority over Pontus, Asia, Thrace: 2.422

 

Pontus Amasiae (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3

 

Pontus Polemoniacus: 1.62–3; 97; 100;    2.464

 

Porphyrians: 1.632.(a).10, (b).12

 

Porphyrius of Philippi (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.9; 658.11; 660.8

 

Porphyry (Arius compared to):  1.632.(a).3, (b).4

 

Porto (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.414.42

 

Possala in Lycaonia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.102

 

Possidius of Calama in Numidia (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.586.VI; 591.18; 592.(b); 608.222

 

Potamon of Heracleopolis in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.38–9.8; 97.8; 99.8

 

Potentia in Picenum (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.567.4; 569.25; 586.III; 591.2; 592(b)

 

Praetextatus of Barcelona (at C. of Sardica):  1.548.6; 660.25

 

Praetextatus of Sicilibba (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.XI; 591.11

 

Primogenius (deacon of Reims; at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.14

 

Prisca  version of

Nicene documents: 1.105–44

Canons of Council of

Ancyra 314: 2.20–7

Antioch [Dedication?]: 2.218–314

Constantinople 318: 2.404–24; 434–64

Gangra: 2.150–60

Neocaesarea: 2.28–32

 


Priscian of Nicopolis in Palestine (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.8

 

Proaeresius (bishop at C. of Gangra):  2.146.11; 153title; 172.12; 173.(a).12, (b).12, 16

 

Probatius (presbyter of Tarragona; at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.29

 

Probus, Sex. Petronius (consul 371):  1.670.18.26

 

Proconsularis in Africa: 1.567.16; 591.15; note on names of cities in: 1.594

 

Procopius of Synnada in Phrygia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.140; 98.140; 100.140

 

Profuturus (presbyter of Eumeneia in Phrygia Pacatiana; at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.132

 

Prostama in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.107

 

Protasius of Milan (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.51; 662.52

 

Proterius of Capua (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381(b); 398.2

 

Protogenes of Sardica: 1.84–5.204; 98.204; 100.204; 550.16; 644; 660.1

 

Prusa: 1.80–1.196; 98.196; 100.196; 2.460–1.139

 

Prusias in Bithynia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.198; 100.198

 

Prymnessus in Phrygia Salutaria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.129

 

Ptolemais in Libya Superior: 1.40–1.9; 99.9; 630.31

 

Ptolemais in Phoenicia: 1.46–7.42; 97.42; 99.42;    2.438–9.15

 

Pythiodorus (causes exile of Athanasius' presbyters):  1.667.11.8

 

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Quartodecimans: 2.326.E.VII; 346.1; 347.3; 393.CLXXVII.2; 397.(b).VII

 

Quinque Provinciae (synodical of C. of Valence sent to):  1.418

 

Quintasius of Cagliari (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 412.33

 

Quintianus of Gaza (condemned by C. of Sardica):  1.650.282ff.

 

Quintianus of Seleucia in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.161; 98.161; 100.161

 

Quintus of Tymanada: 1.79.182 (see Cyril of Humanades)

 

Quintus (chorepiscopus of Isauria at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.186; 98.186; 100.186

 

Quiriacus (deacon of Rome; at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.5


Quodvultdeus of Ucres (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.XII; 591.12; 592.(b)

 

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Raphaneae in Coele Syria: 1.50–1.55; 97.55; 99.55;    2.442–3.34

 

Ravenna (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.49

 

Reims (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.14

 

Resaina in Mesopotamia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.81; 97.81; 99.81

 

Restitutus of London (at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.24

 

Restitutus (subscribed letter of C. of Sardica to Mareotic churches):  1.658.26

 

Reticius of Autun (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 406.16

 

Rhodes (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.164; 100.164

 

Rhodopa (represented at C. of Sardica):  1.662.50

 

Riez, Council of 439:  1.437–8

 

Rodanius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.9; 422.7; 423.9

 

Rodon (chorepiscopus of Cappadocia at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.103; 97.103; 99.103

 

Roman(s): 1.25.(a).XXXVII.8; 32ff.20; 147.(a).9; 148.(b).3; 148.6,27; 155.(b).7; 156.(a).9; 156.(b).11,19; 157.(a).31, (b).39,47; 158.(a).37, (b).56; 167.(b).X; 179.(b)title

 

Romanus of Phaselis in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.126

 

Romanus (presbyter of Apt; at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.13

 

Rome: 1.36–7.2; 97.2; 99.2; 104.(3).6; 105.6; 120.5; 121.(a).1, (b).1,5; 144.VI; 145.XI; 155.(b).1; 157.(a).29; 158.(a).50, (b).70; 173.6; 179.(a)title; 196.(a).32, (b).4; 197.(a).2, (b).5; 238.(b); 252.(a), (b).7; 260.VI.5; 284.(a).29(?); 375.XVIII; 376.9,15,20; 377.58; 379.14; 393; 400.5; 446.(a).XXX,XXXIIII, XXXVII; 447.(a).VI, (b).III,VII; 450.(a).V,XI; 451.(a).XV, XVII; 456.22; 457.38; 458.43; 460.[IIIb].7; 461.16; 467.32, 34; 494.22; 495.(a).8, (b).22; 496.(a).38,[IIIb].7, (b).IV.10,V.7; 497.(a).VI.9, VII.6, (b).[IIII].11,[V].7; 498.16; 499.(a).17, (b).18; 508.(a).32,34, (b).22; 509.(a).21, (b).23; 538.XXI, XXII, XXIIII, XXVI; 540.11, 15; 542.(a).99, 103, (b).III.5; 543.VI; 546.[14], [15], [45]; 567.6,19; 569.27; 572.79, 89; 575.132, 144; 576.154; 580.238; 586.III; 590.382, 384; 591title, 4; 592(b); 596title; 600.72; 601.81, 85; 602.107, 117; 605.160; 607.201; 609.17, 19; 614title; 616.37; 645title.2, 36; 654.37; 660.20; 663.1.5;

2.417.(a).Epitome Hispana 3ff.; 418.(a).III.27ff., (b).V.3f.; 419.(a).II.32ff., (b).II.33ff.; 422.8f.,14, 17, 19; 431.(a).42f., (b).V.3f., conclusion; 434

Roman deacons must yield precedence to presbyters: 1.393.XVIII

Visiting bishops are to be given place in Rome to offer Mass: 1.393.XVIIII

 

Rome, Council of c.379:  1.281–96


Rome, bishop of:

Cannot leave his see to attend council held elsewhere: 1.382(b).24–8

Commissioned to announce conciliar decisions to Christians at large: 1.383(b).41–3

 

Commissioned to fix Easter date: 1.384(a).4–6

Other bishops may appeal sentences of condemnation to: 1.456–8.III; 460–2.IIIb; 494–9; 542.III

Denial of his appellate jurisdiction: 1.614–22

Protest against use of fictitious Canons of Nicaea to ground his appellate jurisdiction: 1.601–8; 614–22

His delegation claims he has authority to authenticate conciliar canons: 1.575.143–576.160; 580.230–581.250

Councils may not prejudice his authority: 1.575.143–5

 

Primatus of bp. of Rome: 1.120–1; 148; 196–7; 260.VI

Accorded to see of Rome as see of capital of government: 2.422

Special authority of his letters of recommendation: 1.147.XXII

His authority does not rest upon conciliar decree, but scripture: 1.156–7

 

Rouen (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.15

 

Rufinianus of Muzucensis (at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.X; 591.10; 592.(b)

 

Rufinus of Aquileia: 1.160.(b).115

Excerpt from Church History:  1.160–3

Poem on C. of Nicaea:  1.171

Translation of Nicene documents:  1.175–241

 

Rufinus (exorcist of Saragossa; at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.30

 

Rufus of Caesarea in Bithynia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.201; 100.201

 

Rufus of Scythopolis (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.10

 

Rusguniae in Mauretania Caesariensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.589.XXII; 591.31; 592.(b)

 

Rusticus (Sylloge of):  1.148

 

Rusuccurrensis in Mauretania Caesariensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):      1.589.XX; 591.29; 592(b)

 

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Sabellians: 2.404.(b).I; 405.(b).I; 410.(a).II.5, (b).I.11; 411.I.10; 426.R.II; 429.(a).10, (b).III.5

 

Sabellius: 1.110.(b).6; 111.5; 285.(a).38, (b).10; 337.VIII.26, 46; 339.142; 346.XVIII.3; 2.404.(a).II; 410.(a).II.5, (b).I.11

 

Sabinus of Gadara in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.27; 97.27; 99.27

 

Sabinus (presbyter from Baetica at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.27


Sacerdus (presbyter of Lincoln; at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.25

 

Sagalassus in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.110

 

Salamanes of Germanicia in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.57; 97.57; 99.57

 

Salamas (presbyter of Arles; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.8

 

Salaminus (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).19; 51.17; 52.(a).19, (b).6; 53.2

 

Salamis in Cyprus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.80–1.191; 100.191

 

Salapia in Apulia (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.3

 

Sallustius, Flavius (consul 363):  1.667.12.3

 

Samosata: 1.50–1.58; 97.58; 99.58;    2.444–5.47

 

Samositani (Samositeni):  1.280.VII–VIIII

 

Samuel (his action against Saul):  1.32 i.24–32 j.3

 

Sanaus: see Synaus

 

Sanctus (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).11; 52.(a).11, (b).19; 53.19

 

Saragossa (represented at C. of Arles and Sardica):  1.410.30; 548.5; 660.27

 

Sardes (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.130; 98.130; 100.130

 

Sardica: 1.84–5.204; 98.204; 100.204; 490.(b)title; 491title; 645title.2, 11; 646.57; 647.127; 649.239, 243; 654.39; 657title,5

Note on spelling Sardica or Serdica: 1.533

 

Sardica, Council of:  1.440 b.I; 440 c.LIII; 440 d.XVIII, XXVII;    2.468.(b)title

Canons: 1.441–560; note on abbreviations used in: 1.533–4

Canons assumed to be of C. of Nicaea: 1.571.71–5

Synodical Letter: 1.645–58

Creed: 1.651–3

Note on names of bishops and cities connected with: 1.545, 560

Pseudo-Council of: 1.637–43

 

Sardinia: 1.412.33; 645title.4

 

Satala in Lesser Armenia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.106; 97.106; 100.106

 

Satan (renunciation of in Creed of Constantinople):  2.468.(b).1

 

Saturninus [Saturnilus] of Sebaste in Palestine (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.436–7.9

 

Saul (example of disobedience against hierarchical order):  1.32 i.22

 


Savia (bishop from there subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.53

 

Schedia in Thebaid (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.14; 97.14; 99.14

 

Scupi in Dardania (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.29; 661.36

 

Scyros in Achaia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.556.46; 661.38

 

Scythia (represented at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3

 

Scythopolis: 1.44–5.37; 97.37; 99.37;    2.436–7.10

 

Sebaste in Armenia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.60–1.105; 97.105; 100.105

 

Sebaste in Palestine: 1.42–3.24,25; 97.24,25; 99.24, 25;    2.436–7.9

 

Sebastian (dux Aegypti; drives Athanasius' supporters from Alexandrian churches 358):          1.665.6.25ff.

 

Sebastian of Anchialus in Scythia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.144

 

Secundus of Ptolemais in Egypt: 1.40–1.9; 99.9; 630.30

 

Secundus of Tauchira in Libya (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.20; 99.20

 

Seleucia in Isauria: 1.76–7.176; 98.176; 100.176;    2.448–9.67

 

Seleucia in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.161; 98.161; 100.161

 

Seleucia in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.149; 98.149; 100.149

 

Seleucia in Coele Syria: 1.48–9.52; 97.52; 99.52;    2.440.25; 441.26

 

Seleucobelus in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440.27; 441.28

 

Seleucus (Coele Syrian chorepiscopus at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.69; 97.69; 99.69

 

Selinus in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.75

 

Selis of Capitolias in Palestine (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46.[39b, 40b]

 

Semi-Arians: 2.408.(a).II.4, (b).8; 426.R.II; 429.(a).8, (b).III.3

 

Serapion of Antipyrgus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.19; 97.19; 99.19

 

Serapion of Thmuis (part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius): 1.664.3.5

 

Seras of Thyatira (at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.131; 98.131; 100.131

 

Sergianus of Antioch in Pisidia (at C. of Ancyra 314):  2.32.(a).11; 50–1.11

 

Servusdei [of Tubursicu Bure?] (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.3


Severus of Amblada in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.104

 

Severus of Chalcis in Euboea (at C. of Sardica):  1.658.25; 661.28

 

Severus of Dionysias in Arabia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.54–5.78; 99.78

 

Severus of Neapolis in Arabia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.39

 

Severus of Paltus in Coele Syria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.440–1.30

 

Severus of Ravenna (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.49

 

Severus of Sodom (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.76; 97.76; 99.76

 

Severus (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).9; 52.(a).9, (b).7; 53.4

 

Severus (deacon of Milan; at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.6

 

Sicca Veneria (scandal caused there by presbyter Apiarius):  1.598.31, 36; 599.45

 

Sicilibba (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.XI; 591.11

 

Sicily: 1.379.51; 398.1

 

Sicyon (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.34

 

Sidon: 1.46–7.44; 97.44; 99.44;    2.438–9.14

 

Silvanus of Azotus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.36; 97.36; 99.36

 

Silvanus of Metropolis in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.177; 98.177; 100.177

 

Silvester of Rome: 1.37; 105.6; 155.(b).1; 173.6; 252.(a), (b).7

documents of C. of Arles 314 addressed to:  1.381–95

sends representative to C. of Arles 314:  1.400.5

 

Simidiccensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.591.8

 

Simon Magus: 1.20.(a).XXVIIII.6, (b).XXX.6; 32 t.2

 

Simplicius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.20; 422.12; 423.20

 

Simplicius (presbyter of Sozopolis in Pisidia; at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.115

 

Singidunum (its bishop condemned by C. of Sardica):  1.649.234; 650.290

 

Siricius of Cyrrus in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.68; 97.68; 99.68

 

Siricius of Rome: 1.440 b.IIII.12

 

Siricius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.6; 313.(a).6; 314.(a).14, (b).12; 315.12

 


Siscia in Asia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.558.52; 662.53

 

Sitifis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XVIIII; 591.25; 592(b)

 

Smyrna (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.126; 98.126; 100.126

 

Sobma [fictional or corrupt name] in Lesser Armenia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):          1.60.107

 

Socras of Asopolis [Asopupolis?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.43

 

Socrates: see Socras

 

Sodom (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.52–3.76; 97.76; 99.76

 

Solomon (called a prophet): 1.338.68

 

Sopater of Beritana (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  1.54–5.77; 97.77; 99.77

 

Sopatra in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.94

 

Sophronius of Pompeiopolis (conspires against Athanasius):  1.669.15.4

 

Sozopolis in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.115

 

Spain: 1.36–7.1; 37.(V)title; 97title; 238.(b); 377.84; 410; 540.32; 546.1, 2, 3; 548.4, 5, 6; 645title.3; 660.22, 23, 25;    2.462–3

 

Sperantius (deacon of Carthage; at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.34

 

Standus in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.137; 98.137; 100.137

 

Stephen (deacon; example of not exceeding one's station):  1.32 l.21ff.

 

Stephen of Antioch: 1.637.5; 645.35ff.; 649.231; 650.289ff.; 654.25ff.; 656.149; 657.46ff.; 667.13.7; 668title

 

Stephen of Barata in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.76–7.173; 98.173; 100.173

 

Stephen (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).18; 52.(a).18, (b).12; 53.12

 

Stephen (chorepiscopus of Cappadocia at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.101; 99.101

 

Stercorius of Canusium (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.44; 661.33

 

Stobi (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.87.[214b]; 88–9.214; 98.[214b]; 101.214

 

Strategius of Hephaestias (at C. of Nicaea):  1.84–5.[212b]; 86–7.212; 100.212

 

Strategius of Lemnus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.74–5.166; 100.166

 

Stratophilus of Pityus in Pontus Polemoniacus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.114; 97.114;       100.114


Sufes in Byzacium (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XVII; 591.22; 592.(b)

 

Sufetula in Byzacium (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419): 1.579.222; 588.XVI; 591.21; 592(b)

 

Sulpicius Severus (his references to C. of Ariminum):  1.541.35, 63

 

Surgentius of Pocofelta in Africa (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 414.39

 

Syarba in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.159; 98.159; 100.159

 

Syedra in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.180; 98.180; 100.180

 

Sylium in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.90

 

Symphorus of Hierapytna in Crete (subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.57

 

Symposius of Seleucia in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.67

 

Synaus in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.139; 98.139; 100.139

 

Synnada in Phrygia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.68–9.140; 98.140; 100.140

 

Syracuse (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.379.2; 398.1

 

Syria: 1.98 [for Isauria; otherwise see also Coele Syria]

 

Syrianus (dux Aegypti; actions against Athanasius):  1.664.5.1–665.5.13; 666.10.5; 670.18.8

 

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Tabarka: see Thabraca

 

Tabia in Galatia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.119; 100.119

 

Tamassus in Cyprus (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.80

 

Tarcundimantus of Aegeae in Cilicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.92; 97.92; 99.92

 

Tarcundimantus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.21; 312.(a).3, (b).6; 313.(a).21, (b).11

 

Tarragona (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.29

 

Tarsicius of Apamea in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.151; 98.151; 100.151

 

Tarsus: 1.56–7.84; 99.84;    2.32.(a).4; 50.3; 51.4; 444–5.51

 

Tatian of Myra in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.120

 

Tatianus, Flavius (praefectus Aegypti; with Traianus arranges Lucius' departure from Egypt):  1.670.19.14–29


Tatianus (consul 358):  1.665.6.16

 

Tauchira in Libya (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.20; 99.20

 

Taurinensis, Codex (its version of Creed of Nicaea):  1.307.(a)

 

Taurus, Flavius: 1.541.46–50 (praetorian prefect, promised consulship if majority of C. of Ariminum went over to Arians); 1.665.7.3; 666.9.2 (consulship)

 

Tauthe in Egypt (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.13

 

Telemachus of Adrianopolis in Pisidia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.70–1.147; 98.147; 100.147

 

Tenedos (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.552.25

 

Terence of Seleucianensis (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.3

 

Terence of Tomis in Scythia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.142

 

Terenuthis in Egypt (Athanasius' hiding-place):  1.667.11.7, 12.16

 

Termatius of Eηija (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 410.31

 

Termissus in Pamphylia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.158; 98.158; 100.158

 

Thabraca (its people's complaints about Apiarius):  1.615.27

 

Thadoneus of Alassus in Phoenicia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.[49]; 48–9.49; 97.49; 99.49

 

Thagaste (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.573.103; 586.IIII; 591.16; 592.(b)

 

Theasius of Memblonitanus (at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.5

 

Thebaid: 1.39; 40–1; 99; 638.(a).3, (b).4; 667.12.18

 

Thebes in Boeotia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.22

 

Thebes in Thessaly (represented at C.'s of Nicaea and Sardica):  1.89.213; 550.13

 

Thelepte [Zella?], Council of:  1.440 b.IIII.11

 

Themistius of Hadrianople in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.106

 

Theodore of Aquileia (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381(b); 400.4

 

Theodore of Eumeneia in Phrygia Pacatiana (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.132

 

Theodore of Heraclea (his activity against orthodoxy):  1.637.5; 645.34ff.; 649.230; 650.286ff.; 654.23ff.; 655.53ff.; 656.148; 657.45ff.; 659.25; 663.2.2, 24; 669.15.4

 

Theodore of Sidon (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.44; 97.44; 99.44

 


Theodore of Tarsus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.56–7.84; 99.84

 

Theodore of Usada (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.[183b]; 98.[183b]

 

Theodore of Vasada in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.183; 100.183

 

Theodore (Egyptian bishop; letter to Melitius):  1.634–6

 

Theodore I (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.230.(b).33; 231.2; 312.(a).1, (b).1, 2; 313.(a).2, (b).3

 

Theodore II (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.31; 313.(a).31; 315.27

 

Theodore (chorepiscopus of Isauria at C. of Nicaea):  1.78.[183d,184b]

 

Theodosius I (emperor):  2.407.(a).6ff., (b).3; 428.(a)title.12, (b).I.2

 

Theodosius II (emperor):  1.104.(3).5; 566title; 591title

 

Theodosius of Antioch in Isauria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.73

 

Theodosius of Hyde in Lycaonia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.99

 

Theodosius (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.32; 313.(a).32; 314.(b).15; 315.29

 

Theodosius (presbyter of Arca in Phoenicia; at C. of Constantinople 381): 2.438–9.21

 

Theodosius the Deacon (Sylloge of):  1.625–71

 

Theodotus of Hierapolis in Augustoeuphratensis (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.46

 

Theodotus of Laodicea in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.53; 97.53; 99.53

 

Theodotus (bishop at [Dedication?] C. of Antioch):  2.231.17; 312.(a).4; 313.(a).17, (b).2; 314.(a).18

 

Theodulus of Chalcedon (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.460–1.138

 

Theodulus of Coracesium in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.85

 

Theodulus of Sylium in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.452–3.90

 

Theodulus of Traianopolis (seeks refuge at C. of Sardica from Arian death threats): 1.647.100ff.

 

Theognis of Nicaea: 1.80–1.193; 98.193; 100.193; 645.34ff.; 647.111, 116

 

Theonas, Church of in Alexandria (invaded by soldiers seeking Athanasius):  1.665.5.8–10

 

Theonas of Cyzicus (at C. of Nicaea):  1.64–5.123; 98.123; 100.123

 

Theonas of Marmarica (condemned with Arius by C. of Nicaea):  1.630.30

 


Theophanes (chorepiscopus of Cappadocia at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9, 61.104; 97.104; 100.104

 

Theophanes (chorepiscopus of Bithynia at C. of Nicaea):  1.82–3.200; 100.200

 

Theophilus of Alexandria in Cilicia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.446–7.58

 

Theophilus of Alexandria in Egypt (succeeds Timothy to see of Alexandria): 1.671.20.7f.

 

Theophilus of the Goths (at C. of Nicaea):  1.90–1.217; 101.217

 

Theoprepus of Tremithus in Cyprus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.79

 

Theosebius of Philomelium in Pisidia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.119

 

Thessalonica: 1.86–7.208; 88.III; 98.208; 100.208; 284.(b)title; 448.(b).XVIIII; 449.(a).XVIIII, (b).XX; 450.(b).XX; 484.[XIII].3ff.; 526.(a).[XIII].3, (b).ιV΄.3; 527.(a).XXI.3, (b).[XVII].3; 544.XVIIII; 552.27

 

Thessaly: 1.88–9; 101; 550.13, 18; 552.26; 645title.6; 660.26; 661.28

 

Thmuis in Egypt: 1.40–1.11; 97.11; 99.11; 664.3.5

 

Thoantinus of Araxa in Lycia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.128

 

Thrace: 1.548.11[?]; 550.17,19; 639title.9; 645title.7;    2.414.(a).12, (b).II.18f.; 415.15f.; 422.21; 430.(a).25, (b).13

Metropolitans have authority over Pontus, Asia, Thrace: 2.422

 

Thuburbo in Africa (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.38

 

Thyatira (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.131; 98.131; 100.131

 

Tiberius of Alistra in Isauria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.187; 98.187; 100.187

 

Tiberius of Tauthe in Egypt (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.13; 99.13

 

Timothy of Alexandria: 1.671.20.6f. (succeeds Peter); 2.434–5.2 (at C. of Constantinople 381)

 

Timothy of Beirut (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.18

 

Timothy of Cybistra in Cappadocia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.58–9.98; 97.98; 99.98

 

Titiopolis in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.448–9.74

 

Titus of Paraetonium in Libya (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.21; 97.21; 99.21

 

Tomis in Scythia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.462–3.142

 

Tomus Damasi (Tomus Occidentalium):  1.281–96

 

Tours, Council of 461:  1.439.(a)

 


Traianus (dux Aegypti; with Tatianus arranges Lucius' departure from Egypt):  1.670.19.14–44

 

Trapezus in Pontus Polemoniacus (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.62–3.113; 97.113; 100.113

 

Tremithus in Cyprus (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.79

 

Triadelphus of Niciu (part of Athanasius' delegation to Constantius):  1.664.3.6

 

Trier: 1.408.21 (represented at C. of Arles 314); 670.18.4 (Athanasius' exile there)

 

Tripolis in Africa (represented at C. of Arles 314 and Carthage 419):  1.377.77; 567.13

 

Tripolis in Lydia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.66–7.134; 98.134; 100.134

 

Tripolis in Phoenicia (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.45; 97.45; 99.45

 

Troilus [of Perge?] (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.82

 

Tryphon [of Margo?] (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.30; 661.35

 

Tuesianus of Casae in Pamphylia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.87

 

Turin, Council of 401 or 417:  1.436

 

Tuscia (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.548.7

 

Tutus (bishop at C. of Carthage 424–5):  1.614.3

 

Tyana: 1.58–9.96; 97.96; 99.96;    2.446–7.61

 

Tychon of Tamassus in Cyprus (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.450–1.80

 

Tymanada: see Humanades

 

Tymandus in Pisidia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.454–5.111

 

Tyrannus of Antinou in Thebaid (at C. of Nicaea):  1.40–1.15; 97.15; 99.15

 

Tyrannus (presbyter of Amorium in Pisidia; at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.456–7.116

 

Tyre: 1.46–7.41; 97.41; 99.41; 670.18.18;    2.438–9.13

 

Tyrtana[?] (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.662.56

 

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Ucres (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.587.XII; 591.12; 592.(b)

 

Ulpiana in Dardania (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.554.35; 661.39

 

Uranius of Adraha in Arabia (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.37

 


Urban of Sicca Veneria (role in Apiarius' case):  1.598.36; 601.80

 

Urban (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.19; 422.17; 423.18

 

Ursacius of Brescia (at C. of Sardica):  1.556.50; 661.43

 

Ursacius of Singidunum (deposed by C. of Sardica):  1.645.34ff.; 649.234; 650.290ff.; 651.13ff.; 654.24ff.; 655.53ff.; 656.150; 657.47ff.; 659.26

 

Ursinus (deacon of Arles; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.8

 

Usada (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.73.[183b]; 98.[183b]; 100.183

 

Uthina (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.588.XIIII; 591.14; 592.(b)

 

Utica in Africa (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.36

 

Utina in Africa (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.412.35

 

Uzipparensis (its bishop at C. of Carthage 419):  1.591.7; 592.(b).7(subscriptions)

 

Uzziah (example of danger of exercising priesthood invalidly):  1.32 h.4; 32 j.5

 

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Vaison (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.10

 

Valence: 1.418; 419.(a).1

 

Valence, Council of 374:  1.417–25

 

Valens (emperor):  1.669.16.2ff., 32; 670.17.21, 26, 18.2, 21, 24, 27

Valentinian and Valens expel and recall Athanasius: 1.669–70[16–17]

 

Valens of Mursa (condemned by C. of Sardica):  1.637.5; 645.34ff.; 649.235; 650.291ff.; 651.13ff.; 654.23ff.; 656.150; 657.47ff.; 659.25

 

Valens of Oescus (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.54; 658.9

 

Valentinian (emperor):  1.669.16.2ff., 32; 670.17.21, 26, 18.20, 22, 24, 27

Valentinian and Valens expel and recall Athanasius: 1.669–70[16–17]

 

Valentinus (primate of Numidia; at C. of Carthage 419):  1.566.2; 586.II; 596.2; 610.2; 611.2

 

Valentinus (bishop at C. of Neocaesarea):  2.32.(b).12; 52.(a).12, (b).15; 53.15

 

Valentinus (heresiarch):  1.110.(b).8; 111.6

 

Varronian (consul 364):  1.667.12.28

 

Vasada in Isauria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.78–9.183

 

Verensis in Numidia (its bishop at C. of Arles 314 and Sardica):  1.414.41; 662.55


Verissimus of Lyons (at C. of Sardica):  1.558.53; 661.42

 

Verona (its bishop at C. of Sardica):  1.550.20; 661.30

 

Veronense, Fragmentum (containing part of Apostolic Constitutions and Canons): 1.32 a–hh

 

Verus of Vienne (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 402.9

 

Victor (consul 369):  1.670.18.22

 

Victor of Legis Volumni in Numidia (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 414.40

 

Victor of Utica in Africa (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 412.36

 

Victor, presbyter of Rome (at C. of Nicaea):  1.36–7.2; 97.2; 99.2; 155.(b).10; 238.(b); 540.30

 

Victor (lector of Eηija; at C. of Arles 314):  1.410.31

 

Victor (exorcist of Apt; at C. of Arles 314):  1.404.13

 

Victor (exorcist of Vaison; at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.10

 

Victorinus (dux Aegypti; tries to expel Athanasius from Alexandria, then brings him back):  1.669.17.5–27

 

Vienne: 1.402.9; 422.1; 436.(a).II.2

Proposal for settling dispute about visitation rights between bps. of Arles and Vienne: 1.436.II

 

Viennensis (represented at C. of Arles 314):  1.402.7–404.13

 

Viminacium (its bishop subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches):  1.661.44

 

Vincentius of Capua (at C. of Sardica):  1.546.[14]; 550.14; 658.27

 

Vincentius of Culusi (at C. of Carthage 419 and 424–5):  1.567.14; 586.VII; 591.5; 614.6

 

Vincentius (bishop at C. of Valence):  1.418.21; 422.18; 423.21

 

Vincentius (subscribed letter of C. of Sardica to Mareotic churches):  1.658.23

 

Vincentius (presbyter of Rome, at C. of Nicaea):  1.36–7.2; 97.2; 99.2; 238.(b)

 

Vitalis of Antioch: 1.295.I.1.1;    2.32.1; 50.4; 51–3.1

 

Vitalis from Dacia Ripensis (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.28

 

Vitalis of Verensis (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 414.41; 658.24; 662.55

 

Vitus of Carrhae in Osrhoene (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.442–3.41

 

Vitus of Prymnessus in Phrygia Salutaria (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.129

 


Vitus (presbyter of Rome; at C. of Arles 314):  1.400.5

 

Vocius of Lyons (at C. of Arles 314):  1.381.(b); 406.17

 

Volusianus, C. Caeionius Rufius (consul 314):  1.396

 

Volusianus: see Plusianus

 

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Xanthus in Lycia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.458–9.125

 

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York (its bishop at C. of Arles 314):  1.408.23

 

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Zabulon (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.44–5.34; 99.34

 

Zaragoza: see Saragossa

 

Zela: 1.62–3.111; 97.111; 100.111;    2.32.(a).8; 50–1.8

 

Zella: see Thelepte

 

Zeno of Tyre I (at C. of Nicaea):  1.46–7.41; 97.41; 99.41

 

Zeno of Tyre II (at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.438–9.13

 

Zenobius of Seleucia in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.48–9.52; 97.52; 99.52

 

Zephyrium in Cilicia (its bishop at C. of Constantinople 381):  2.444–5.55

 

Zeugma in Coele Syria (its bishop at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.63; 97.63; 99.63

 

Zeuxius of Syarba in Pamphylia (at C. of Nicaea):  1.72–3.159; 98.159; 100.159

 

Zoilus of Gabala in Coele Syria (at C. of Nicaea):  1.50–1.62; 97.62; 99.62

 

Zopyrus of Barce in Libya (at C. of Nicaea):  1.42–3.18; 97.18; 99.18

 

Zosimus of Horreum Margi (subscribes Athanasius' letter to Mareotic churches): 1.662.51

 

Zosimus of Lignidus (at C. of Sardica):  1.552.23; 660.9; 661.32

 

Zosimus of Rome (correspondence with C. of Carthage 419):  1.565title; 571.60ff.; 597.12; 601.91

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

INDEX OF SELECTED WORDS

 

Please consult the introduction before the index of names at the beginning for an explanation of the method of reference. The entries in this part are in English, as far as possible. One entry may cover more than one originally Latin term where they are synonymous in the context; under “bishop,” for instance, references to both episcopus and pontifex will be found. Where there may be lack of clarity, the original Latin or Greek term is added. Where there is no easy one-to-one correspondence of the original term to an English one, the original has been put first, followed by a paraphrase.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

The references after each entry are arranged topically, not chronologically. It will be useful to the reader to remember that, while EOMIA does offer the earliest extant collections of Latin-language church canons, the first surviving Christian Latin legal precedents of course antedate them considerably in their uncollected state. As with much else in the history of theology, one must look to Africa for them. The very first letter of Cyprian of Carthage, for instance, plunges straight into the question of clerics acting as executors, and that is only one glint of what may be mined there.

 

ABBREVIATIONS of terms, notes on: 1.397, 399, 401, 403

 

ABORTION: penalty for: 2.10(a).XXXVII; (b).LIIII; 26.XX

Mitigation of earlier penalty of removal from communion for life: 2.106–9

 

ABSOLUTION: to be given to the sick, even if they are unresponsive or delirious: 2.144.Appendix III.XXV

 

ACCUSATION: should be supported by official records: 1.390–391.XIIII[XIII]

Excommunication for those who falsely accuse: 1.391.XV[XIIII]; 435.XXIIII

Persons from whom accusations may not be accepted: 1.592.I.6–II.8

 

Against bishop:

Status of accusers is not to be examined when the charge is of misdeeds against their own selves: 2.423–5.IV

Those not in communion with church may not charge bishop with violating church faith and order, although they may charge him with wrongs against themselves: 2.423

Charges against bishop to be brought to provincial council, with appeal to higher council: 2.425

Accusers must agree in writing to accept whatever penalty their charge carries if it is dismissed; accusation may not be made in civil court or general council: 2.425

 

ACTA: see Minutes

 

ACTORS: see Show People

 

ADOPTIVE SISTER: see Sister, Adoptive

 

ADULTERY: penalty for adultery: 2.10(a).XXXVI; 10(b).LIII; 26.XVIIII; 106–7

Penalty for having adulterous wife: 2.26.XVIIII; 107


Man with wife guilty of disqualified from ordination; cleric with wife guilty of must repudiate her or face degradation: 2.13(a).XLVII, (b).LVIII; 30.VIII; 128–9

Committed by spouses who separate on religious pretext and then cannot remain chaste: 2.153(b); 175

Degradation for bishop administering sacraments after committing: 2.318.Appendix VI

 

AGAPE: common meal held for poor: 2.157.XI; 167.XI; 196–9.XI

Food served there may not be partaken of: 2.364–5.XXVII

May not be held in church: 2.366–7.XXVIII

Translated pastio: 2.167.XI

 

ALBA: festive garment worn while performing pagan sacrifices: 2.5(b). XLII

 

ALTAR (Christian): what may be sacrificed and what blessed there: 1.2.IIII

What may not be offered upon altar (super or supra altare) during Eucharist: 1.9.III; 10.V;

32 n.II

What may be offered at altar (ad altare) during Eucharist: 1.9.IIII; 32 n.III

 

ANGELS: name “gods” applied to: 1.293

Jews claim “let us make man” in Genesis 1:26 spoken to: 1.337.57

Fell through jealousy: 1.337.61

May not be worshiped: 2.370–3.XXXV

 

ANIMALS: not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

 

APOSTLE: Canones Apostolorum: 1.1–32 nn

Constitutiones Apostolorum: 1.32 a–n

Apostles instituted by Christ: 1.32 k (Clement and James both include and exclude themselves in and from number of apostles here)

 

APPEAL: clergy may appeal bishop’s condemnation to neighboring bishops: 1.480–2; 522–5; 544.XVI; 578; 600.76–9; 603.129–604.145; 619. See also Bishop

Metropolitan’s appellate jurisdiction: 1.619.97–100

Denial of authority of bishop of Rome to intervene in churches outside his own province: 1.614–22

Case of bishop charged before council which disagrees about sentence should be referred to council from neighboring province: 2.276–9

Appeal to greater council: 2.425.54–70

Bishop may appeal sentence to bishop of Rome: 1.456–8.III; 460–2.IIIb; 494–9; 542.III; 571–3; 600.71–3; 602–3

May not so appeal: 1.619

See also Council

 

ARREST: contumacious cleric must be arrested: 2.217(a).13–14; by civil authorities: 2.250–1; 319

 

ASYLUM: frequently sought from church by those convicted justly or unjustly (they are to be received, and mercy sought for them): 1.464; 504–5

 

AUMENTUM (restoration with interest): 2.8(b).LII

 

 

BAPTISM: sectarian baptism unacceptable: 1.7(a)XLV; 7(b)XLVI; 30(a)XLV; 30(b)XLVI;


32 bb.LXII

Those validly baptized not to be rebaptized: 1.8(a)XLVI; 8(b)XLVII; 31(a)XLVI; 31(b)XLVII; 32 y.XLII

Valid form of baptism Trinitarian: 1.8(a)XLVIII–XLVIIII; 8(b)XLVIIII–L; 31–2(a)XLVIII–XLVIIII; 31–2(b)XLVIIII–L

Sectarians not baptized in Trinitarian formula must be rebaptized: 1.387–8.VIII[VIII]

Need for adequate preparation for baptism often ignored: 1.114–5; 182–5; 256–7

Candidates for may not be admitted after 2nd week of Lent: 2.376.XLIIII; 379.XLV

Those baptized must then be anointed: 2.380–1.XLVIII (Epit. Hisp. XLVI)

Those from Paulianist sect must be baptized: 1.140–1; 234–7; 272.XVIIII; 280.VII

Those who lapse after baptism must do penance rest of their lives: 1.420.III

Idolatry before baptism does not disqualify from clergy: 2.7(b).L; 23XI

Pregnant woman may be baptized, as her baptism is not shared by her unborn child: 2.30.VI; 124–7.VI

Neophytes should not be ordained to priesthood: 2.342–5.IIII

Note on Cataphrygian baptism: 1.248

 

BAPTIZE: 1.8(a)XLVI; 8(b)XLVII, XLVIII, XLVIIII

 

BARBARIANS: castration inflicted by: 1.112–3; 180–1; 255

Churches among are to be governed according to custom: 2.416–7; 431

Bishops for are to be ordained by bp. of Constantinople: 2.422–3

 

BATH: mixed bathing forbidden: 2.366–9.XXX

 

BEQUEST: bishop has right to make: 2.305

 

BESTIALITY: cause for dismissal from clergy: 1.115(b) bottom

Punishment for: 2.8(b).LXII; 24–5.XV–XVI; 92–101

Homosexuality associated with: 2.25.XVI; 92–101

 

BETROTHAL: man’s fiancιe to be restored to him if abducted, even if violated: 2.7(b).XLVI; 23.X; 82–3

Suicide occasioned by pregnancy resulting from violation by sister’s fiancι: 2.11(a).XL, (b).LXVI; 27.XXIIII; 114–5

 

BIBLE: canon of: 1.32 gg–hh.LXXVII; 2.388; 390–2

Only canonical works may be read in church: 2.388–9.LVIIII

 

BIRRUS: scorned by sectarians who prefer pallium: 2.198–9.XII

 

BIRTHDAY: not to be celebrated during Lent: 2.382–3.LII

 

BISHOP (see also pontifex):

Ordination: 1.2.I; 9.I, 32 n.I; illicit [invalid?] without metropolitan’s consent: 1.120–1; 189; 196–9; 261.VI; 428.V

To be ordained only for city (civitas), not for outlying districts: 2.386–7.LVII (Epit. Hisp. LIIII)

To be chosen by metropolitan and his suffragans: 2.352–3.XII

To be ordained by council of provincial bishops, or at least three: 2.286–9; 298–301

To be ordained by 3 bishops, with other bishops of province expressing consent in writing, and metropolitan confirming: 1.440 b.IIII


Must have received lower clerical grades, and stood long probation, before consecration: 1.472–4; 514–7; 543.XII

One bishop to a city (civitas): 1.124–5; 206–7; 263

His authority restricted to his own city: 2.258–61; 410–11; 414–7; 429–31

Must honor and obey his metropolitan: 2.256–61

Practice of ordaining bishops for towns and regions outside city must cease: 2.386–7.LVII (Epit. Hisp. LIIII)

What to do if not accepted by people for whom ordained: 2.9(a).XXXIIII, (b).LXIII; 25–6.XVII; 100–5

If cannot take charge of church for which ordained, should be given ministry in church in which ordained without interfering in its governance: 2.284–7.XVIII

Complaints about them by their subjects to be heard twice yearly at provincial council: 2.290–3

 

Forbidden to:

leave wife: 1.2.VI; 10–11.VI; 32 o.IIII

have sex with wife: 1.416.XXVIII

take over diocese (paroecia) not belonging to him: 1.3.XIIII; 14.XIIII; 32 p.XII

transfer for any reason to another see, no matter who requests: 2.294–5; punishment for bishop who bribes people in church in larger city to agitate for his transfer there: 1.453–5.II; 492–3.II; abuse of ambitious bishops from smaller cities leaving their flocks and moving to larger cities to try to take over churches there: 1.474–7; 516–9; 544.XIII

assume vacant see without consent of full council: 2.282–3; 320

refuse see to which appointed: 2.282–5.XVII; 320

accept colleague’s clergy: 1.3.XVI; 15.XVI; 32 q.XIII; 135–6.XV; 137.XVI; 226–7; 269; 416.XXVI; 436.VII; 440 d.XXVII

beat sinners: 1.5.XXVII; 19(a)XXVII; 19(b)XXVIII; 32 s.XXIII

ordain clergy in other districts: 1.6(a)XXXV; 6(b)XXXVI; 24(a)XXXV; 24(b)XXXVI; 32 u–v.XXXI; 416.XXV;    2.296–9

ordain clergy in another province without permission of metropolitan there: 2.272–5; 414–7

ordain clergy from outside his district: 1.440 d.XXVII

be gambler or drunkard: 1.7(a)XLI; 7(b)XLII; 29(a)XLI; 29(b)XLII; 32 x–y.XXXVIII

accept interest: 1.7(a)XLIII; 7(b)XLIIII; 32 y.XXXVIIII

pray with sectarians: 1.7(a)XLIIII; 7(b)XLV; 32 y.XL

resume office from which deposed: 1.20(a)XXVIII; 20(b)XXVIIII; 32 s.XXIIII

resume office after being convicted of crime: 1.32 s.XXIIII;    2.246–9.IIII

administer sacraments after committing adultery: 2.318.Appendix VI

purchase office: 1.5(a)XXVIIII; 5(b)XXX; 20(a)XXVIIII; 20(b)XXX; 32 s–t.XXV

use civil power to obtain see: 1.20–1(a)XXX; 20–1(b)XXXI; 32 t.XXVI

accept clergy dismissed by another bishop: 1.32 t.XXVIII; 436.III–IIII, VII; 479; 522–3; 544.XV

recruit clergy outside his district: 1.482–4.XII; 526–7; 544.XVII–XVIII

receive those excommunicated by colleague: 1.392.XVII; 436.III; 481; 524–5; 2.217(a).LXXIIII; 244–7; 252–3

refuse to accept penitent: 1.32 z.XLVII (see Greek text μζ_)

abstain from meat on feast days: 1.32 z.XLVIII

neglect clergy or laity: 1.32 z.LII–LIII

hold post in government service: 1.32 ff.LXXV

move from his city to another: 1.134–5; 168.XIII; 222–4; 268.XV; 278; 287;

440 d.XVIII; 452–3.I; 490–1; 542.I–II

move from his province to another: 1.455.III; 492–3.III

travel without metropolitan’s permission: 1.147.XXII


visit imperial court unless invited or in order to intercede for the afflicted: 1.462–72; 502–13; 543.VII–XI; 600.74–5

alienate church property: 2.8(a).XXXII, (b).LII

offer Eucharist if deposed by council: 2.217(b).LXXXVI

choose and ordain successor: 2.298–301

 

Has power to modify penance for idolatry: 2.6(a); 20.II; 21.IIII

Bishop of city must be obeyed by chorepiscopi: 2.386–7.LVII

Must honor parents: 2.149(b).LXXX

Must attend councils when summoned: 2.374–5.XL

Must give permission if his clergy are to travel: 2.376–7.XLII

Presbyter may not precede him into sanctuary: 2.386–7.LVI (Epit. Hisp. LIII)

Has charge of donations to and by church: 2.157.VII–VIII; 192–5.VII–VIII

Maintains communion among churches by assigning presbyters to them: 2.190–1.VI

Ordains exorcists: 2.364–5.XXVI

Bishop with property elsewhere than in his own city may visit it for up to 3 weeks to care for it: 1.477–8; 520–1

Has right to bequeath his own property (which must be kept distinct from church property): 2.300–5

 

See also Church Property

 

When the status of their accusers must be examined, and when not: 2.421; 423; 425

May appeal sentence to bishop of Rome: 1.456–8.III; 460–2.IIIb; 494–9; 542.III; 571–3; 600.71–3; 602–3

May not so appeal: 1.619

 

Bishop from overseas may not be received without letter subscribed by 20 colleagues

(metropolitan’s subscription suffices if he is Roman): 1.147.XXII

 

Must review behavior of Christian governors and other public officials and suspend from communion those who act improperly: 1.386–7.VII–VIII

 

Must eradicate pagan observances in his district: 1.434.XXIII

 

Faculties to be conceded to sectarian bishop received into communion: 1.437.IIII

 

His decrees of excommunication to be reviewed by colleagues: 1.118–9; 190–5; 259–60

 

Candidates for episcopacy often accuse themselves falsely to escape consecration: 1.421.IIII; 424

 

see also Accusation

 

BLESSED BREAD: during Lent may be offered only Saturday and Sunday: 2.380–1.XLVIIII

 

BLESSING (of non-Eucharistic offerings): 1.2.IIII; 9.IIII

Benedictio parva et magna (deacon may not confer): 1.32 k

 

BOOKS: penalty for circulating spurious sectarian writings as though orthodox: 1.32 aa.LIIII

CANALIS: see “main road”

 

CANON: Canones Apostolorum: see Apostle

Canons of C. of Nicaea: 1.112–53; 178–280; reliable Latin translation sought: 601–13


Canons of C. Of Sardica claimed to be of C. of Nicaea: 1.571.71–575.140; 601–8

Church law contained in both canon and custom: 1.569–70

 

CANTOR: may marry (lectors and cantors alone among clergy may do so): 1.32 s.XXII

May not be gambler or drunkard: 1.32 x–y.XXXVIII

Only official cantors may chant psalms from pulpit: 2.354–5.XV

May not wear orarium: 2.362–3.XXIII

 

CAROUSAL (comisatio): Christians should not contribute to: 2.384–5.LV (Epit. Hisp. LII)

 

CASTRATION: self-castration disqualifies from clergy: 1.4.XXI–XXIII; 32 r.XVIIII; 112–3; 164; 178–81; 255; 429.VII; 440 b.CXLV

Penalty for self-castration: 1.4.XXII–XXIIII; 17–18.XXII–XXIIII; 32 r.XVIIII–XX

Performed by barbarians or slave-owners: 112–3; 178–81

Inflicted by judges: 1.180.VI

 

CATALOGUS SACERDOTALIS: 1.11.VIIII

 

CATECHUMEN: may not be hastily baptized and then ordained: 1.114–5; 182–5; 256; 257

May be ordained even after sacrificing to idols before baptism: 2.23.XI

Are to leave church after bishop’s homily and prayer for them: 2.356–7.XVIIII

Ordinations may not take place in presence of: 2.344–5.IIII

Must have creed by heart by Holy Thursday: 2.378–9.XLVI (Epit. Hisp. XLV)

Must learn creed if baptized when sick: 2.378–9.XLVII

Must be anointed after baptism: 2.380–1.XLVIII (Epit. Hisp. XLVI)

What to do with those who lapse: 1.132–3.XIIII; 220–1; 166.X; 168.XII; 268.XIIII

To be dismissed from church if sins more than once: 2.12(a).XLIIII; 12(b).LXVIII; 29–30.V; 124–5

 

CELIBACY: Those vowed to may not live with women: 2.9(b).LXV; 26.XVIII

 

CENSORSHIP: Arius’ writings to be burned; anyone hiding them sentenced to death: 1.633

 

CHILDBIRTH: Mother may receive communion after: 2.13(b).LXVIIII

 

CHILDREN: May not be abandoned by parents wishing to practice monasticism: 2.158.XV; 202–3

May not neglect parents in order to practice religion: 2.158.XVI; 204–5

 

CHOREPISCOPUS: definition: vicem agens episcopi: 1.124(a).24–5 [taking the ch_ra in ch_repiskopos (“rural bishop”} to mean “place” rather than “country”]; translated as vicarius episcopi: 2.84; 138; 254, 256(b).VIII; 255(a).LXXX

Are consecrated as bishops: 2.263; are to be consecrated by bishop of city whom they serve: 2.264–5

Sectarian bishop admitted into communion may be allowed rank of chorepiscopus: 1.207(b); 437(b).III

May not ordain without bishop’s permission: 1.24.XII

May not ordain presbyters or deacons: 2.84–5; may ordain subdeacons: 2.84(a)

May ordain lectors, subdeacons, exorcists, but not deacons or presbyters without consent of bishop of city: 2.262–5

Correspond to the “Seventy” in Exodus 24:1, 9: 2.31.XIII; 138–9

 


If of unblemished character, may issue letters of recommendation: 2.254–7.VIII

To be replaced by visitator: 2.387.LVII

 

CHRIST: both divine and human: 1.334(a)

“He emptied himself” (Phil. 2:7) means he took human body: 1.340.208–9

Must be eternal if he is image of God: 1.340.216–43

His incarnation expounded: 1.340–2.X

In incarnation he “carried” man: visus est inter homines hominem portans: 1.341.26–7; ostendit hominis personam deum dei filium baiulare: 1.342.X.93–4; humana membra portabat: 1.342.X.113–4; hominem in sese portare: 1.342.X.138–9

Must be divine, since creature cannot save creature: 1.357.93–4

Professed ignorance of Day of the Lord propter utilitatem hominum and humilitatis suae causa: 1.357.121–44

Dei est Virtus omnipotentis: 1.359.183–4

Feigned ignorance and weakness: 1.359.188–9

Inmortalis Deus rei mortali coniunctus est: 1.359.193–4

Arians said to claim that Word and Spirit were wounded and killed in him: 1.651.15–7

It was man (homo) whom Christ had put on who suffered what he suffered: 1.653.95–9

At Christ’s resurrection man rose in God, not God in man: 1.653.99–101

 

CHURCH (ecclesia): 1.2.V; 3.X, XV; 5(a)XXV, XXX; 5(b)XXXI

 

CHURCH PROPERTY: Bishop alone has responsibility for: 1.6(a)XXXVIII; 6(b)XXXVIIII–7(a)XL; 7(b)XLI

Bishop is to use it for the poor, and not to enrich himself or his relatives: 1.26(a)XXXVIII; 25–6(b)XXXVIIII; 32 v–wXXXIIII

Bishop administers and may use for his own needs if he notifies presbyter and deacons: 2.306–11

Bishop may not appropriate in absence of presbyters: 2.8(a).XXXII; cf. 2.8(b).LII; 9(b).LXIII

May not be sold by presbyters in absence of bishop: 2.24.XIIII; 90–1

Must be kept distinct from episcopal property: 2.300–5

Penalty for removal of sacred property: 1.32 cc.LXV–LXVII

Bishop may not transfer church property to his relatives through ordination: 1.32 dd–ee.LXVIIII

 

CHURCH-STATE RELATIONS: Church should remain free of interference from state: 1.5(a)XXX; 5(b)XXXI; 20–1(a)XXX; 20–1(b) XXXI

 

CIRCUS: Circus animal trainers to be suspended from communion: 1.385.IIII; 434.XX

 

CITY COUNCIL (curia): ordered by emperors to expel bishops under threat of fine: 1.669[16].3–13

 

CITY COUNCILLORS (curiales): present at Athanasius’ restoration: 1.670[17].25, 29

 

CIVIL LAW (leges publicae): those whose accusations it does not accept are not to submit accusations in church trials either, except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

 

CLERGY:

Ordination of: 1.9.II

May not be ordained by bishop other than their own: 1.6(a)XXXV; 6(b)XXXVI; 24(a)XXXV; 24(b)XXXVI; 32 u–v.XXXI; 431.XIII

Ordination of illicit [invalid?] if lapsed during persecution: 1.126–7.X; 166.VIIII; 210–11; 264.X Those who lapsed may not be ordained: 435.XXV


Crimes and Punishments:

Punishment for crime degradation, not excommunication: 1.18.XXV–XXVI; 32 r–s.XXI

Crimes conviction of which disqualify from: 1.32 aa.LV–LVI

Idolatry before baptism does not disqualify from: 2.7(b).L; 82–3

Self-castration disqualifies from clergy: 1.4.XXI–XXIII; 32 r.XVIIII; 112–3; 178–81; 255

Condemned clergy not to be prayed with: 1.3.XII; 13.XII; 32 p.X

If condemned in one place should not be received elsewhere: 1.6(a)XXXII; 6(b)XXXIII; 22(a)XXXII; 22(b)XXXII; 32 t.XXVIII; 190–1

If excommunicated may not (be) receive(d into) communion: 1.440 c.LIII

Are to be punished if their people do not accept bishop ordained for them: 1.24–5(a)XXXVI; 24–5(b)XXXVII; 32 v.XXXII

Those who surrender church property or betray colleagues during persecution are to be deposed: 1.390.XIIII [XIII] [Epit. Hisp.: to be deposed with blows]

What to do with those who yield during persecution: 2.4–6; 58–63

If one of a list of charges against one is disproved, rest are to be dismissed out of hand: 1.592.III

May appeal ecclesiastical sentence to higher council, but not to emperor: 2.268–71.XII

 

Relationships with women which disqualify from: 1.4.XVII–XVIIII; 16.XVII–XVIIII;

32 q–r.XIIII–XVI

Which clergy may be married: 1.5(a)XXVI; 5(b)XXVII; 18–19(a)XXVI; 19(b)XXVII; 32 s.XXII

May not marry unchaste woman: 1.416.XXIIII

Must be unmarried: 1.147.XXIII

May not be twice married: 1.419.I (wide-spread abuse: 1.419–20.I);    2.9(b).XLVIIII

May not live with woman not relative: 1.116–7.III; 164.III; 186–7.III; 257.III; 427.III; 428.IIII; 439.IIII & X; 440 b.CXXII

Forbidden to have concubine: 1.15–16.XVII; 32 q.XIIII

 

Bishop may not accept colleague’s clergy: 1.3.XVI

 

Cleric may not leave his diocese (paroecia): 1.3.XV; 14–15.XV; 329.13; 394.XXI Epit. Hisp.; 431.XIII;    2.295.III

Cleric may not leave his own church for another: 1.134–5; 222–7; 269; 384.II; 440 d.XVIII; 2.216(a).LXXII; 216(b).LXXXV; 242–5

Distinction of orders of bishops, presbyters, deacons to be kept: 1.32 f–n

May not eat in taverns except when staying in inns when necessary: 1.32 z.XLVIIII; 147.XXIII; 2.362–3.XXIII

May not insult bishops, presbyters, deacons: 1.32 z.L

Each rank of clergy must show honor to those higher: 2.360–1.XX

May not fast Saturday or Sunday: 1.32 aa–bb.LVIII

May abstain from meat only conditionally: 2.8(a).1–9; 8(b).LI

Must fast during Lent, and Wednesdays and Fridays: 1.32 bb–cc.LXIII

May not celebrate feast days with Jews: 1.32 cc.LXIIII

May not practice magic: 2.372.XXXVII; 373.XXXVI

May not lend at interest: 2.344–5.V

May not travel without bishop’s permission: 2.376–7.XLII

May not be away for long on travels: 2.377.Epit. Hisp.XLII

May not act as guarantor (fideiussor): 1.4.XX; 32 r.XVII

Must leave weddings before skits begin: 2.384–5.LIIII

May not attend shows, or weddings with skits: 2.385.LI

 

To receive first-fruits from bishop and presbyters: 1.10.V

 


Liturgies:

May not perform funerals without bishop’s consent: 2.144.IV

Ministers may not leave their posts at doors for prayer: 2.376–7.XLIII

Clergy alone may receive communion at altar: 2.358–9

Must receive communion at Eucharist: 1.11.VIIII; 320.VII

 

Reception of Cathari clergy: 1.122–5.VIII; 166.VII; 202–7; 262–3; 440 c.CLXXII

Reception of Paulianist clergy: 1.140–1; 234–9; 272–3; 280.VIII–VIIII

 

CLOTHING:

Strange clothing worn by sectarians: 2.153–4; 158.XII; 176; 198–9.XII

Alien garb worn by slaves disdaining their masters: 2.154(a); 177

Proper style: 2.160(a); 198–9.XII; 213

 

COEPISCOPUS: note on use of term: 1.593

 

COLLEGIUM CLERICORUM: 1.32 q.XIII

 

COLLEGIUM SACERDOTII: 1.320.VII

 

COMISATIO: see Carousal

 

COMMENDATICIAE EPISTULAE: see Letters of Recommendation

 

COMMONITORIUM (instructions of principal to delegates): 1.570–3; 577.175

 

COMMUNIO (Eucharist): the faithful attending church should receive communion: 1.3.VIIII, X; 320.VIII

Clergy at Eucharist must receive communion: 1.11.VIIII; 320.VII

Suspension from: 1.3.XVI; 7(a)XLII; 7(b)XLIII; 8(a)XLVII; 8(b)XLVIII

Peregrina communio (communion extended to Christian visitors): 1.437.III

Viaticum (communion for the dying): 1.218(a); 438.III

To be given to dying penitents: 1.130–3.XIII; 218–20; 267.XIII; even if unresponsive or delirious: 2.144.Appendix III.XXV

 

COMMUTABILIS (of God the Son): 1.176(a)

 

CONCUBINE: clergy forbidden to have: 1.15–16.XVII; 32 q.XIIII

 

CONFESSOR: punishment for those who claim falsely to be such: 2.9(b).LXIIII

 

CONGREGATION (conventus): presbyter may not gather independently of bishop: 1.6(a)XXXI; 6(b)XXXII

 

CONPRESBYTER: note on use of term: 1.593

 

CONSACERDOS: note on use of term: 1.593

 

CONSUBSTANTIAL: relationship of Persons of Trinity: 1.91.IIII (bottom); 106–7

Criticism of consubstantialist doctrine: 1.668.16–33

See also Homoousios

 


CONVERTIBILIS (of God the Son): 1.108–9; 176(b); 177; 253; 283.25–6; 298–320 passim; 346.XVIII; 355.II.5

 

CORN: see Grain

 

COUNCIL: to be held twice yearly: 1.6(a)XXXVII, (b)XXXVIII; 25(a)XXXVII, (b)XXXVIII; 32 v.XXXIII; 118–9; 164.V; 190–95; 259–60; 437.438.VIII; 440 c.CXLIII

To hear complaints against bishops by their subjects: 2.290–3

Difficulty in 5th-century Gaul of keeping this rule: 1.438.XXVIIII

Twice-yearly rule may be reduced to once a year if necessary: 1.437–8.VIII

 

May review sentences of excommunication: 2.217(a).LXXIIII; 252–3

Higher council may review ecclesiastical sentences: 2.270–1; 425.64–70

Charges against bishops may not be brought to general council: 2.425.80

If members disagree about sentence of condemnation, case should be referred to council from neighboring province: 2.276–9

Unanimous sentence of condemnation by provincial council not subject to appeal: 2.280–1

May not reverse condemnation of those in major orders who continue to minister after condemnation: 2.246–9.IIII

May not review ecclesiastical sentences against clergy who appeal to emperor: 2.270–1

 

Permission of full council (one in which metropolitan is present [synodus perfecta or plenaria; concilium perfectum]) needed for bishop to assume vacant see: 2.282–3; 320

In provincial council, majority vote prevails: 1.120–3; 148.32–6; 198–9; 261.VI

Provincial council has authority over church affairs in province: 2.416–7

In council to elect bishop, majority vote prevails: 2.288–9

Should accept accusations only if supported by official records: 1.390–1.XIIII[XIII]

Examination of witnesses’ statements in conciliar hearing: 1.647–8

Examination of context of suspected doctrinal statements: 1.648.199–210

Reading into council minutes of records of previous council: 1.648.210–4

 

Bishops must attend when summoned: 2.374–5.XL

Bishops prevented by illness from attending council to which summoned must send representative: 1.433.XVIII; otherwise, or if they leave council before official adjournment, they are suspended from communion: 1.433.XVIIII

Bishops complain of delay in executing conciliar agenda and leave for home, leaving delegates to finish business: 1.591.35–43

Activity of episcopal party leadership to prevent colleagues’ attendance at council: 1.649.235–60

 

Distinction between concilium universale (of entire continent) and concilium plenarium (general council): 1.622 note

 

See also individual councils in Index of Names under e.g. Arles, Carthage, etc.

 

COURT (of law: forum=agora: 1.472.VIII; 514–5; charges against bishops may not be brought in civil court (publicum iudicium): 2.425.79

 

COURT (imperial): Bishops may not visit unless invited or summoned, or in order to intercede for the unfortunate: 1.462–72; 502–13; 543.VII–XI

Bishops often visit court to seek secular positions and honors for others: 1.463; 502–3

Athanasius sends delegation to appeal to: 1.664.[3]

 


Arian delegation to Jovian’s court: 1.669.[15].5-8

African bishops weary imperial court with their visits: 1.462; 502–3

 

CREED: must be learned by catechumens: 2.378–9.XLVI–XLVII (Epit. Hisp. XLV)

Of Council of Constantinople: 2.467–72

 

Of Council of Nicaea: 1.106–11; 298–320; 330–43 passim; 355; 644

Notes on vocabulary of Latin translations of: 1.320–8

Anonymous Latin commentaries on: 1.329–68; indices of biblical passages, proper names, and selected terms to: 1.347–53; 364–7

Prefaces to: 1.155–63; 170–3

 

Of “Council of Philippopolis”: 1.638–40

 

Of Council of Sardica: 1.644; 651–3; Creed of Sardica intended as more detailed exposition of C. of Nicaea: 1.644

 

Arian creed: 1.651.1–20

Anomoean creed: 1.668 [? Title claims it for one Aetius, but denial of Son’s knowledge of God (ll. 49–54) speaks against this]

 

CURIA: see City Council

 

CURIALIS: see City Councillors

 

CYROGRAFA: see Letters of Recommendation

 

 

DEACON

Ordination: 1.2.II; 9.II

People may not choose: 2.393.CV

May be ordained even if baptized from necessity when sick: 2.14(a).L

Office instituted by apostles and those ordained by them: 1.32 l

May be no more than seven of them in major church: 2.14(a).LI, (b).LXXII; 31.XIIII; 140–1

Office of second step toward episcopal ordination: 1.472–3; 514–5

Term for Jewish levite: 1.32 k

 

May not assume worldly responsibilities: 1.11.VII; 32 o.V

To be dismissed from office if they cannot live without wives: 2.7(a).XXVIIII; 7(b).XLVII

May marry if they declare their intention to do so at ordination: 2.23.VIIII; 80–1

May not leave wife: 1.32 o.IIII

May not have sex with wife: 1.416.XXVIII

May not be deprived of communion if convicted of crimes: 1.5.XXV; 32 r.XII

Serious sin punished by demotion to subdiaconate: 2.13(a).XLVIII, (b).LVIIII

Must cease from ministry if proven to have sinned carnally before ordination: 2.30.X; 132–3

May not beat sinners: 1.5(a)XXVII; 5(b)XXVIII; 19(a)XXVII; 19(b)XXVIII; 32 s.XXIII

May not be gambler or drunkard: 1.7(a)XLI; 7(b)XLII; 29(a)XLI; 29(b)XLII; 32 d–e;

32 x–y.XXXVIII

May not accept interest: 1.7(a)XLIII; 7(b)XLIIII; 32 y.XXXVIIII; 228–9; 270

May not pray with sectarians: 1.7(a)XLIIII; 7(b)XLV; 32 y.XL

May not resume office from which deposed: 1.20(a)XXVIII; 20(b)XXVIIII; 32 s.XXIIII

May not function if degraded: 2.246–9.III


May not purchase office: 1.5(a)XXVIIII; 5(b)XXX; 20(a)XXVIIII; 20(b)XXX; 32 s–t.XXV

If dismissed by own bishop, may not be accepted by another: 1.32 t.XXVIII

May do nothing without bishop’s consent: 1.32 w.XXXV

May not travel without bishop’s permission: 1.147.XXII

May not abstain from meat on feast days: 1.32 z.XLVIII

May abstain from meat only conditionally: 2.8(a).1–9, (b).LI; 24.XIII; 86–8

May not hold post in government service: 1.32 ff.LXXV

What to do with those who yield during persecution: 2.4–5; 20.II; 56–7

 

Ministry of Eucharistic elements, and preaching: 2.20.II; 56–7

They alone may approach altar and communicate: 2.394.CCXXV

May not do what is proper to bishop and presbyter: 1.32 i–m; may not offer Mass, baptize, confer blessing: 1.32 k; does not have power to offer Mass: 1.271.6–7; widespread abuse of deacons offering Mass: 1.392.XVI[XV]

May not offer [Mass] if degraded by council or bishop: 2.217(b).LXXXVI–LXXXVII

May not form congregation and offer [Mass] apart from bishop: 2.217(a).LXXIIII; 248–51.V; 319

May not give communion to bishops and presbyters, nor receive communion before them, nor sit with presbyters, being of lower rank: 1.138–9; 168.XVI; 230–4; 271–2; 279–80.V–VI; 432.XV; 440 d.CVI

Roman deacons must yield precedence to presbyters: 1.393.XVIII

 

Must have letter of recommendation: 1.6.XXXIII; 22(a)XXXIII; 22(b)XXXIIII; 32 t–u.XXVIIII

Must remain in his own diocese (paroecia): 1.14–5.XV; 32 q.XIII; 134–7; 222–7; 268–9; 394.XXI

Penalty for not accepting post for which ordained: 1.32 v.XXXII

 

Is to receive first-fruits from bishop and presbyters: 1.10.V

Assists bishop in caring for poor: 1.28; 32 x.XXXVII

To be used as bishop’s legate to court: 1.465–7; 472; 506–9; 512(a)

Must know which property belongs to church and which to bishop: 2.302–3

Bishop must notify him of his use of church property: 2.308–9

His complaints against bishop to be heard at twice-yearly provincial council: 2.292–3

 

DEACONESS: Not ordained by imposition of hands, and to be ranked among laity: 1.140–1; 142(b)XXI; 238–9; 241(b)XX; 272–3.XVIIII

Practice of ordaining deaconesses with same rite as ordaining deacons, so that they are considered female deacons, must cease: 1.280.X

 

DELEGATION: legate’s mandate both written and oral: 1.569.29–32

Principal present in delegate: 1.571.65–6

Delegate elected to council: 1.591.35–43

Complaint about insufferable behavior of papal legate: 1.621.150–622.157

 

DEMONIC POSSESSION: 2.25.XVI; 100–1

 

DIACONICON: see Sacristy

 

DIOCESE (ecclesiastical): (paroecia; parrochia; dioecesis): not to be taken over by bishops to whom it does not belong: 1.3.XIIII; 14.XIIII; 32 p.XII

What to do about bishop rejected by people for whom he is ordained: let him not seize his throne by force, but go elsewhere or else be counted among presbyterate: 2.9(a).XXXIIII.3


Bishop should govern only his own, and not meddle elsewhere: 2.410–1; 414–7

Grouping of dioceses into larger jurisdictional regions: 2.412–5

 

DIVINATION: penalty for divination and quackery: 2.11(a).XXXVIIII, (b).LVII; 27.XXIII

 

DIVORCE: see Marriage

 

DONATIONS: customarily made to church: 2.154(a); 157.VII; 176–7

Donations of fruit owed to church: 2.192–5.VII–VIII

 

 

EASTER:

Date: 1.3.VIII

Agreement about date of: 1.142(b)XXI

To be celebrated on date fixed by C. of Nicaea: 2.232–9

Not to be celebrated before vernal equinox: 1.11.VIII; 320.VI

Not to be celebrated with Jews: 2.216.XCI; 232–9

To be observed everywhere on same date: 1.383–4.I

Bishop of Rome commissioned to fix date of: 1.384(a).4–6

Dispute about Easter date at Council of Nicaea: 1.641

Table of Easter dates: 1.641–3

 

EASTERTIDE: kneeling for prayer forbidden during: 1.142–3; 243; 273.XX

Provincial council to be celebrated during: 2.290–1

 

ECCLESIASTICUS: layman belonging to church: 1.483.4 (see 1.488 note)

 

EMPEROR:

Clergy may not approach unless summoned, and then only after consulting metropolitan: 2.266–9

Clergy may not appeal ecclesiastical sentence to: 2.268–71.XII

Charges against bishops may not be brought to: 2.425.78–9

Some emperors order city councils to expel bishops previously expelled by Constantius II: 1.669[16].1–13

See also Constantine, Constantius II, Jovian, Julian, Valens, Valentinian

 

ENGAGEMENT: see Betrothal

 

ESSENTIA: 1.108.II; 109(b); 253; 283.25(?); 299(b).21; 307(a).21; 308(b).22; 309(b).21; 313(a).20; 313(b).21, 314.21; 319(a).18

Notes concerning: 1.327–8

 

EUCHARIST (see also Viaticum):

Order of Eucharistic service (Mass): 2.356–9.XVIIII

What may be offered on or at altar during: 1.2; 9–10; 32 n.II–III

Donum Dei: 2.4(a).4–5

Not to be disdained: 2.148(b).LXXVI

Not to be refused if offered by married presbyter: 2.148(a).LVII

Should be received by laity who come to church: 1.3.X; 12.X

Those entering church and refusing to receive are to be expelled: 2.216.LXXXIIII; 238–43

Not to be offered in homes: 2.388–9.LVIII

May not be received privately at home by those refusing to receive in church: 2.240(a).6–7; 241(a).12–14


Should be received by bishops and priests who offer Mass: 1.11–12.VIIII

Not to be sent from one province to others: 2.354–5.XIIII

Sectarian Eucharist not acceptable: 1.32 y.XLI

May not be given by deacons to bishops or presbyters: 1.138–9; 230–4; 271–2; 279.IIII

Failure to attend Mass for three Sundays results in suspension from communion: 1.476; 518–9

Dominicum facere: 1.478.17 (see 1.488 note)

 

EUNUCH: see Castration

 

EXCOMMUNICATION: forbidden to pray with those excommunicated: 1.3.XI; 12–13.XI

Communion may not be maintained with excommunicates: 2.240–1; 246–9.IIII

Punishment for bishop or presbyter who repudiates wife: 1.10–11.VI

Excommunications to be reviewed at twice-yearly provincial councils; those excommunicated by one bishop may not be received by another: 1.118–9; 190–5; 259–60

Those excommunicated must be received back in same place from which excommunicated: 1.392.XVII[XVI]; 429.VIII

Accusations made by excommunicates may not be accepted: 1.592.6–11

Bishop may not refuse communion to someone he claims confessed a crime to him, if he has no proof; if he does so, his colleagues may not communicate with him: 1.592.V

 

EXORCISM: may not be performed by those not appointed by bishop: 2.364–5.XXVI

 

EXTANS: 1.108.I

 

 

FASTING: official: 2.149(a).LXVIII; 208–9.XVIIII

Forbidden: 2.149(b).LXXXII

Sectarians deliberately confuse above: 2.154(a); 159.XVIII–XVIIII; 178–9

Forbidden on Sunday: 2.206–7.XVIII

Clergy must fast during Lent and on Wednesdays and Fridays: 1.32 bb–cc.LXIII

 

FESTAL GIFTS: may not be accepted from Jews or heretics: 2.372–3.XXXVII

 

FETUS: does not share its mother’s baptism: 2.30.VI; 124–7.VI

 

FIANCΙ: see Betrothal

 

FIDEIUSSOR: see Guarantor

 

FIDELIS (Christian): 1.2.V; 3.X, XIII

 

FIRST-FRUITS (primitiae): to be given to bishops and presbyters for distribution to clergy: 1.10.V; 32 n.III

Donation customarily made to church: 2.176–7; 193.IV

 

FORMATA (letter of recommendation): Bishop must obtain from metropolitan in order to travel: 1.147.XXII

 

FORNICATION: Penalty for clergy convicted of: 1.18.XXV–XXVI; 32 r.XXI

Conviction of disqualifies from clergy: 1.32 aa.LV

 

FORUM: see Court of Law


FOWL: not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

 

FREEDMEN: Their accusations not to be admitted except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

May not accuse bishops or clerics of misdeeds not against their own persons: 2.421, 423, 425

 

FUNERALS: Stipend for: 2.144.IV

Clergy may not perform without bishop’s consent: 2.144.IV

 

 

GAMBLING: Clergy and laity forbidden to engage in: 1.7(a).XLI–XLII, (b).XLII–XLIII; 29(a).XLI–XLII, (b).XLII–XLIII; 32 x–y.XXXVIII

 

GESTA: see Minutes

 

GOD: God Father, Son, Holy Spirit of one power and substance: 1.285

God Father and Son not the same: 1.285

Son and Holy Spirit not creatures: 1.285

Eternal existence of 3 Persons: 1.288

 

God the Son:

Not only from Mary: 1.285–6

Not two Sons, one before the ages and other after Incarnation: 1.286

Word did not replace rational soul in Christ: 1.286

Does not come into being by expansion or contraction from Father, or without subsistence and temporarily: 1.286–7

Born of Father’s substance: 1.288

Begotten of Father’s will and intention: 1.640 (see note on 1.638)

Criticism of doctrine that God begets Son: 1.668.16–33

Equal to Father; 1.288; 359.176–90

Father greater than Son: 1.652.66–70

Omniscient and omnipotent: 1.288

While incarnate on earth was with Father in heaven: 1.288–9

Remains incarnate with Father in heaven: 1.289

God did not feel pain on cross, but the flesh with the soul which Christ had put on: 1.289

Father made all things through Holy Spirit and him: 1.290

Not created; Arian interpretations of scripture refuted: 1.334(b)–337(a)

That he is said to be born does not mean he had beginning; meaning of “born” and distinction from “created”; has neither beginning nor end: 1.652.37–46

How distinct from Father: 1.652.46–54

Called Son of the Father because of their one substance: 1.652.58–60

Called “first-born” because of his relation to man (ad hominem; but see apparatus); 1.652.62–3

“I and the Father are one”: refers to the one substance of Father and Son: 1.653.85–7

Has eternal kingdom, without beginning or end: 1.653.88–92

How Son may be said to be similar to Father: 1.668.9–10, 12–15, 48–9

Does not know God’s nature: 1.668.49–54

 

Incarnation: corpus adque figuram hominis suscepit: 1.174(a); carnem adsumpsit: 1.175(b)

 

God the Holy Trinity:

3 Persons (personas=pros_pa: 1.291

Name “God” applies to Father, Son, Holy Spirit as one God, not to Father alone; the 3 names do

 


not indicate 3 gods: 1.292–3

Trinity of one divinity. Power, majesty, substance: 1.294;    2.421.IV.V

Not in time (temporalis): 1.357.64–6

Incomprehensible: 1.361.54–85

Tres personae...non secundum relationem aut collectionem aut confusionem...: 1.363.164–7

Note on de deo and ex deo as translations of ek theou:1.327

 

 

GOSPEL: Those who leave church after reading of should be suspended from communion: 1.3(b).X; 12(b).X

To be read on Saturday with other scriptures: 2.354–5.XVI (Epit. Hisp. XV)

 

GOVERNMENT SERVICE, civil or military: see Militia

 

GOVERNOR (praeses): Christians promoted to governorships must receive ecclesiastical testimonials in order to remain in communion: 1.386.VII

 

GRAIN: new ears of may be offered at altar (ad altare), not on altar (super altare) at Eucharist: 1.9–10.IIII; 32 n.III

 

GRAPES: may be offered at altar (ad altare), not on altar (super altare) during Eucharist: 1.9–10.IIII; 32 n.III

 

GRATIA (name for Eucharistic communion: 1.230 and 232(a).XVI

 

GREEK: for Greek-Latin equivalents, see Index (Greek-Latin Index)

 

GUARANTOR (fideiussor): cleric may not act as: 1.4.XX; 16–17.XX; 32 r.XVII

 

 

HANDICAP: Handicapped persons may not be ridiculed: 1.32 z.LI

Handicaps which impede ordination: 1.32 ee.LXX

 

HELL (a{/dh~): note on Latin renditions of: 1.244–5

 

HERESY: Western bishops free from: 1.91.IIII–V

 

HERETICS: Clergy may not pray with: 1.7(a).XLIIII, (b).XLV; 30(a).XLIIII, (b).XLV;

32 y.XL;    2.370–1.XXXIII

May not enter churches: 2.344–5.VI

Their baptism not to be accepted: 1.7(a).XLV, (b).XLVI; 30(a).XLV, (b).XLVI; 32 y.XLI

Their Eucharist unacceptable: 1.32 y.XLI

Their blessings may not be received: 2.368–9.XXXII

Their festal gifts may not be accepted: 2.372–3.XXXVII

Marriage with them not allowed: 2.350–1.X

Marriage with them allowed if they promise to become (Catholic) Christians: 2.368–9.XXXI

Sectarians not baptized in Trinitarian formula are to be re-baptized: 1.387–8.VIIII[VIII]

Reception of: 1.416.XXVII; 429.VIIII; 432–3.XVI–XVII; 440 d.CLXXIII;   

2.346–7; 348–9.VIII

Their accusations not to be admitted except in their own litigation: 1.592.II                                   

Their martyrs may not be honored: 2.370–1.XXXIII


Access to their “cemeteries” or martyrs’ shrines for prayer or seeking healing not allowed: 2.348–9.VIIII

 

HIGHWAY (canalis): see “Main Road”

 

HOLY SPIRIT:

Not created: 1.283(?); 290

Not made by the Son: 1.284–5; 290

Of one power and substance with Father: 1.285

Eternal existence with Father and Son: 1.288

True God of Father’s divine substance: 1.289–90

Omniscient, omnipotent, ubiquitous: 1.290

Through Him and Son Father made all things: 1.290

One of 3 divine Persons (personas=pros_pa): 1.291; 343.XIV

Exposition of: 1.360–3.III

Non-Christian views of (angel, or identical with Father, or part of Father): 1.363.149–59

Paraclete: 1.653.92–5

Apostles called “one” in “that they may be one in us” because they had received Holy Spirit: 1.653.105–110

 

HOMOOUSIOS: term used in Creed of Nicaea: 1.106–7; 162(a).4; 162(b).178 (translated eiusdem cum Patre substantiae); 175; 253; 283.9; 298–320 passim; 337(a)(unius substantiae cum Patre)

 

HOMOSEXUALITY: Punishment for acts of (same as that for bestiality): 2.25.XVI; 92–101

 

HONEY: not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

 

HOSPITIUM (bishop’s quarters in church): 1.669[17].10

 

HYPOSTASIS: notes on Latin translations of: 1.327–8

 

 

IDOL: Sacrifice to: 2.5(a).3; 21.IIII; 22.VI

 

ILLNESS: the sick who want to be received into communion should be received by imposition of hands: 1.385.VI [cf. Hefele-Leclercq 1.284]

 

INCENSE: may be offered ad altare (not super altare) during Eucharist: 1.9–10.IIII; 32 n.III

 

INCEST: 2.92–101

 

INDEX:

Indices of biblical passages, proper names, and selected terms to anonymous commentaries on Creed of Nicaea: 1.347–53; 364–7

Greek-Latin index to Canones and Constitutiones Apostolorum: 1.32 jj–nn

 

INFAMY: those marked by may not accuse except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

Infamous persons (infames personae) may not accuse bishops and clerics of misdeeds not against their own persons: 2.421.VI

 


INFANTS: Penalty for infanticide following fornication: 2.10(a).XXXVII, (b).LIIII; 26.XX; mitigation of earlier penalty of removal from communion for life: 2.106–9

 

INJURY: penalty for inflicting mortal: 1.32 bb.LX

 

INN: clergy may stay in when necessary: 1.32 z.XLVIIII

 

INTEREST (usurae): clergy may not accept: 1.7(a).XLIII, (b).XLIIII; 29–30(a).XLIII; (b).XLIIII; 32 y.XXXVIIII; 136–7.XVII; 168.XV; 228–9; 270; 279.III; 390.XIII[XII]; 431.XIIII; 439.XIII; 440 d.CXXIII;    2.344–5.V

 

KIDNAPPING: penalty for kidnapping unbetrothed virgin: 1.32 bb.LXI

 

KING (rex): is to supervise churches among barbarians: 2.417.IIII (a rege...ministrari [compare 2.416.IIII: Ecclesias...quae sunt in barbaricis gentibus constitutae regi et administrari oportet secundum consuetudinem...]

 

 

LAITY: should receive communion when they come to church: 1.3.X

Punishment for self-castration: 1.4.XXIIII

Punishment for gambling: 1.7(a).XLII, (b)XLIII

Punishment for repudiating wife: 1.8(a).XLVII, (b).XLVIII

What to do with those who yield during persecution: 2.4(a); 20–3.III–VIII; 58–63

Those physically compelled by pagans to sacrifice may later be ordained: 2.62–3

 

LAPSED Christians:  may not be received back into communion if they fall sick and seek it, unless they recover and do penance: 1.395.XXII

Must do penance before they may be received back: 1.395.XXI; 435.XXV

 

LATIN: for Greek-Latin equivalents, see Index (Greek-Latin Index)

 

LAW (CIVIL): see Civil Law

 

LAWYER (scholasticus): case of one sought for episcopacy: 1.472.VIII; 514–5

 

LECTOR: office instituted by apostles and those ordained by them: 1.32 l

may marry: 1.32 s.XXII

may be trained for clerical ordination if unmarried: 1.147.XXIII

may not be gambler or drunkard: 1.32 x–y.XXXVIII

office of first step toward episcopal ordination: 1.472.VIII; 514–5; 543.XII

No one else allowed in pulpit: 2.355.Epit. Hisp. XV

May not wear orarium: 2.362–3.XXIII

 

LEGES PUBLICAE: see Civil Law

 

LENT: fasting during: 1.32 bb–cc.LXIII

Fast may not be broken on Holy Thursday: 2.380–1.L (Epit. Hisp. XLVII)

“Dry food” appropriate for Lent: 2.380.L

Candidates for baptism may not be accepted after 2nd week of: 2.376.XLIIII; 379.XLV

Candidates for baptism must repeat creed by heart on Holy Thursday: 2.378–9.XLVI (Epit. Hisp. XLV)

Blessed bread may be offered during Lent only on Saturday and Sunday: 2.380–1.XLVIIII

Martyrs may be celebrated only on Saturdays and Sundays of: 2.382–3.LI (Epit. Hisp. XLVIII)


Weddings and birthdays may not be celebrated during: 2.382–3.LII (Epit. Hisp. XLVIIII)

 

LEPROSY: resulting from bestiality or homosexuality: 2.25.XVI [metaphorical?]; 2.100–1 (metaphor for unnatural fornication)

 

LETTERS: not to be written to or accepted from deposed bishops: 1.650.285–6; 651.314–6

 

LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION (commendaticiae epistulae): to be presented by Christians travelling to other cities: 1.3.XIII; 13.XIII; 32 p.XI; to be presented by visiting clergy, including bishops: 1.6.XXXIII; 22(a).XXXIII; 22(b).XXXIIII; 32 t–u.XXVIIII

Foreigners not to be received without: 2.254–5.VII

Rural presbyters may not issue: 2.254–6.VIII

Chorepiscopus of unblemished character may issue: 2.254–7.VIII

No one may travel without: 2.376–7.XLI

See also Formata and Litterae Communicatoriae

Other terms: canonica epistula, pacificae; (con)generalis epistula; apostolium (?)

 

LIQUOR, fermented (sicera): not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III

 

LITTERAE COMMUNICATORIAE: to be requested by Christian governors and other public officials wishing to remain in good standing in church: 1.386–7.VII–VIII

 

MAGIC: penalty for divination: 2.11(b).LVII; 112–3

Penalty for sorcery: 2.112–3

Clergy may not practice: 2.372.XXXVII; 373.XXXVI

See also Divination

 

MAIN ROAD (canalis): bishops who live on should check colleagues passing through on way to court to ensure their business there is proper: 1.470–1; 512–3

Note on use of term: 1.488                                                                            

 

MANSLAUGHTER (homicidium):

Penalty for: 2.10–11(a).XXXVIII; (b).LV; 11(b).LXVI; 26–7.XXI–XXII

Voluntary: 2.108–9

Greatest sin: 1.425.V

Murderers may not be refused entry into penance leading to communion: 1.440.XXXI, XXXVI

Involuntary: 2.110–1 (mitigation of earlier penalty)

 

MARRIAGE: Praise of marriage: 2.213

Condemnation of doctrine that Christianity requires dissolution of marriage: 2.147; 153(b); 155.I; 175; 184–5.I; 200–1.XIIII

Condemnation of those who disdain marriage: 2.148(a).LX, (b).LXXVII; 149(b).LXXVIIII; 154(b); 157.VIIII–X; 179; 188–9.IIII; 194–7.VIIII–X

 

Marriage of clergy:

Bishops, presbyters, deacons may not leave wives:1.2.VI; 10–11.VI; 32 o.IIII

May not have sex with wives: 1.416.XXVIII

Clerics may not be married twice: 1.419.I (wide-spread abuse: 1.419–20.I)

Married men may not be ordained presbyters or bishops unless they first repudiate marriage: 1.427.II

 

Of laity:


1.8(a).XLVII, (b).XLVIII (laymen may not repudiate wives); 1.31(a).XLVII, (b).XLVIII; 416.XXIII

 

Marriage to divorcιe forbidden: 1.31(a).XLVII, (b).XLVIII

Husbands with unfaithful wives should be urged as far as possible not to remarry as long as wives still alive: 1.389.XI[X] [Epit. Hisp.: such remarriage unlawful]

Christian girls who marry pagans to be suspended from communion for a time: 1.389.XII[XI] [Epit. Hisp.: they are to be excommunicated]

Marriage with heretics not allowed: 2.350–1.X

Marriage with heretics allowed if they promise to become (Catholic) Christians: 2.368–9.XXXI

Penance assigned to consecrated virgins who marry: 1.420.II

Penitent who remarries after spouse dies to be expelled from church: 1.434.XXI

Spouses of married penitents must agree to penance assigned [?]: 1.434.XXII

 

Those twice-married:

Notes on language concerning: 2.16–17

Not to be admitted to clergy: 1.4.XVII; 15–16.XVII; 32 q.XIIII;    2.9(b).XLVIIII

To be admitted to communion: 1.124–5; 166.VII; 202–3; 262

Those entering second marriage may receive communion after short period of penance: 2.340–1

False confessors to be reckoned among: 2.9(b).LXIIII

Those who break promise of virginity to be reckoned among: 2.26.XVIII; 104–5

Forbidden to marry 2 siblings: 2.12(a).XLI, (b).LVI; 120–1

Repeated marriages forbidden: 2.12(b).LXVII; 13(b).LXX; 29.III; 122–3

 

Weddings:

Forbidden during Lent: 2.382–3.LII (Epit. Hisp. XLVIIII)

No dancing at weddings: 2.382–3.LIII (Epit. Hisp. XLVIIII)

No dancing or singing at weddings: 2.396.CLXXXVIII

Clergy must leave before skits begin: 1.384–5.LIIII; may not attend when there are skits: 2.385.LI

Presbyter may not officiate at (in nubtiis...orare; nubtias [componere]) weddings of those married more than once: 2.30.VII; nor attend them: 2.126–7

 

See also Polyandry and Polygamy

 

MARTYRS

Offerings in honor of: 2.149(b).LXXXIII

Cult of condemned by sectarians: 2.154(b); 159.XX; 179–80; 210–1

Shrines erected to them by heretics may not be entered for prayer or seeking healing: 2.348–9.VIIII

Martyrs of heretics may not be honored: 2.370–1.XXXIIII

During Lent, martyrs may be celebrated only on Saturdays and Sundays: 2.382–3.LI (Epit. Hisp. XLVIII)

Martyrdom of Egyptian clergy: 1.635.4–6

 

MASS: see Eucharist

 

MEAD (mulsum adfecticium): may not be substituted for wine at Eucharist: 1.32 n.II

 

MEAT: clergy may not abstain from on feast days: 1.32 z.XLVIII

Clergy may not abstain from: 2.8(a).XXXI, (b).LI; 24.XIII; 86–7

Restrictions in Leviticus 17 on what kinds may be eaten apply to clergy and laity: 1.32 aa.LVII; 2.148.LXXV; 156.II; 184–7.II


Sectarians abstain from: 2.154.46–8; 156.II; 178–9; 184–7.II

 

MEMORIAL SERVICE: form: 1.32 a–c; days on which to be held: 1.32 d

 

METROPOLITAN: rank belongs to bishop of metropolis of province: 1.436.II

His responsibility (sollicitudo)for whole province, because of affairs conducted in metropolis, does not derogate from authority (potestas) of suffragans in their own cities, including authority to ordain own presbyters and deacons: 2.256–61

Is not to act without consulting suffragans: 2.260–1.VIIII

His suffragans must obey him: 1.23(a).XXXIIII; 23(b).XXV; 32 u.XXX

May review sentences passed by suffragans: 2.269–71.III

His suffragans must have his permission in order to travel: 1.147.XXII

Must approve election of bishops in his province: 1.116–7.IIII; 148.29–32; 164.IIII; 188–9; 258; 428.V–VI; 436.II; 437; 440 b.IIII

His approval needed for ordination by bishop of another province: 2.272–5

Must side with majority in disputed elections: 1.428.V

Special honor enjoyed by bp. of Jerusalem does not infringe upon his authority: 1.200–1; 261.VII

Appellate jurisdiction: 1.619.97–100

 

Responsible for calling council to hear case of bishop from neighboring province when bishops there disagree: 2.276–9

He alone may call provincial council: 2.290–3

His presence renders provincial council “full”: 2.282–3.XVI; 320

Responsible for calling ordination council and approving ordination of suffragan: 2.288–9; 352–3.XII

Proposal for settling dispute about visitation rights between bps. of Arles and Vienne: 1.436.II

 

Metropolitans have authority over Pontus, Asia, Thrace: 2.422

 

MILITIA (government service, civil or military):

Penalty for returning to after renouncing: 1.128–31.XII; 214–7; 265–7.XII

Money given to obtain position or rank in: 1.265–7.XII

Removal of belts (baltei) in church as sign of renunciation of: 1.166.X

 

MILK: not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

 

MINISTER (Christian): 1.3.VII, VIII; 5.XXV

 

MINUTES (acta or gesta) of council:

Subscription of: 1.570.41; 585.315–590.385

Summary of edited for letter: 1.598.22–3

Insertion of commonitorium into: 1.600.65–8

 

MONEY (pecunia): not to be used to obtain church offices: 1.5(a).XXVIIII, (b).XXX

 

MONK (monachus): may not perform funerals without bishop’s consent: 2.144.IV

 

MURDER: see Manslaughter

 

MUTABILIS (of God the Son): 1.108–9; 176; 177(a); 298–320 passim

 

 


NATURA: of God the Father: 1.161; 305(a).22

 

NETHERWORLD: see Hell

 

 

OBLATIO (of Eucharist): 1.2.III, V; 3.VIIII; 9.III–V; 9–10.IIII.5; 11.VIIII

 

OFFICE OF PRAYERS (officium precum): to be always the same at ninth hour and evening: 2.356–7.XVIII

Contrary: 2.357.Epit. Hisp. XVII

 

OFFICIAL (public): Christians who are public officials must receive ecclesiastical testimonials in order to remain in communion: 1.387.VIII

Ex-official (ex administratore) sought for episcopacy: 1.472.VIII; 514

See also Rulers and Officials

 

OIL FOR LIGHTS: may be offered ad altare (not super altare) during Eucharist: 1.9–10.IIII; 32 n.III

 

ORARIUM (deacon’s stole): not to be worn by clerical orders below deacon: 2.360–3.XXII–XXIII

 

ORDINATION:

Of bishop: to be ordained by bps. of province, or at least three, with others consenting in writing, esp. metropolitan: 1.2.I; 9.I; 116–7.IIII; 164.IIII; 188–9.IIII; 258; 428.V–VI; 437; cf. also 2.286–9.XVIIII

To be ordained by eight other bishops, or at least three: 1.394.XX;    2.289.III

Widespread abuse of two bishops performing episcopal ordinations: 1.438.XXI

Ordination of illicit [invalid?] without consent of metropolitan: 1.120–1; 196–9; 261.VI; 437.II

People of city without bishop may petition bishops of neighboring province to ordain someone for them, if bishops of their own province will not do so: 1.458–60.IIII; 498–501.IIII

From deacon to bishop: 1.671.[20]

 

Of presbyter: 1.2.II; 9.II; 146.XXI (not before 30 years old)

To presbyterate absolves from sin, except carnal sin: 2.30.VIIII; 130–1

 

Of deacon: 1.2.II; 9.II

 

Impediments, illicitness, and invalidity:

Impediments to: 1.32 dd–ee.LXVIIII–LXXIII

Sectarian ordination invalid: 1.32 bb.LXII

Pre-ordination sins render it illicit [invalid?]: 1.126–7.VIIII; 166.VIII; 208–9; 264.VIIII

Those about to be ordained who confess serious crimes may not be ordained: 1.421.IIII

Ordination performed by sinful bishop valid: 1.390–1.XIIII [XIII]

Ordination of cleric belonging to another bishop invalid: 1.226–7; 279.II; 431.XIII; 436.VII

Bishop may not ordain relatives: 1.32 dd–ee.LXVIIII

Recently-baptized may not be ordained: 1.114–5; 164; 182–5; 256–7; 427.I; 440 b.I; 474; 514–5

Bishop may not ordain in districts other than his own: 1.634.20–5; invalid: 2.296–9

Invalid if performed by bishop from another province without metropolitan’s consent: 2.272–5

Penalty for receiving more than one ordination: 1.32 bb.LXII

Ordination to major orders and subdiaconate frees one from slavery: 1.146.XX

Validity of episcopal ordination of unwilling candidates implied: 1.438.XXI


Invalid if done by bishop appointing his own successor: 2.298–9

Widows may not be ordained such: 2.350–1.XI

 

May not take place in presence of catechumens: 2.344–5.IIII

 

Preparation for:

Those to be ordained should first live with bishop, that their character may be examined: 1.438.VIII

Bishop must himself train and know well those to be ordained: 1.634.31–6

 

Scandal surrounding irregular ordination at church of Embrun; ordination declared invalid: 1.437

Illicit ordinations by Melitius in time of Peter Martyr: 1.634

Athanasius ordains his successor: 1.671.[20]

 

 

 

OUSIA: note on Latin translation of: 1.327–8

 

 

PAGAN(S): bishops must eradicate pagan observances in their districts: 1.434.XXIII

Their accusations may not be admitted in church court except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

Emperor decrees financial support for pagan temples: 1.666.[9]

 

Pagan persecution:

What to do with those who lapse during: 1.126–7.X; 128–9.XI; 166.X; 168.XI; 210–3; 429–30.X–XI;    2.4–7, 20–3; 54–77

Those physically compelled by pagans to make sacrificial gestures: 2.58–9

Undergone by Egyptian hierarchy: 1.634.43–6

 

Pagan feasts: their feasts may not be shared in: 2.374–5.XXXVIIII

Penalty for taking part in even if one brings one’s own food: 2.74–5

 

Offering of pagan sacrifice: 2.4; 5; 20–3.I–VIII; 64–73; 76–7; 82–3

Penalty for compelling others to sacrifice: 2.23.VIII; 78–9

 

PAGUS: rural areas of paroecia: 1.32 v.XXXI

 

PALLIUM: use of by sectarians condemned: 2.158.XII; 198–9.XII

 

PARENTS: priest must honor his: 2.149.LXXX

May not abandon children in order to practice religion: 2.158.XV; 202–3

Their children may not neglect them to practice religion: 2.158.XVI

 

PASTIO: translation of agape: 2.167.XI

 

PAUPERS: bishop to care for: 1.7(a).XL, (b).XLI; 28–9(a).XL; 27–9(b).XLI; 32 x.XXXVII; 2.157.VIII; 194–5.VIII

Should be supported from estates of those deceased: 1.32 d

Agapes which benefit them: 2.157.XI

Alms for: 2.160(b); 214

 


PECULIUM (fund granted to slave): slave freed by ordination to major orders must restore to master: 1.146.XX

 

PENANCE:

for idolatry: 2.5–6; 7(a).1–6, (b).XLV

Penitents to leave divine service after dismissal of catechumens: 2.358–9

Penitents who die while in that state: 1.430.XII

Penitent who remarries after spouse dies must be expelled from church: 1.434.XXI

Spouses of married penitents must agree to penance assigned: 1.434.XXII

Dying penitents are to be given communion without laying-on of hands: 1.438.III; with laying-on of hands: 2.144.Appendix III.XXV

To be adjusted to sins committed, and admission to communion to follow: 2.342.II

 

PERJURY: penalty for clergy convicted of: 1.18.XXV–XXVI; 32 r.XXI

 

PERSONA: in Trinity one power (virtus) of Persons of Father and Son: virtus paterna quae in filio est non saeparatur, sed una in duabus personis permanens indivisa una est, etiam si per aliam personam ministretur: 1.337(a); una virtus, duae personae: 1.337–9

Holy Spirit: tertia persona: 1.343.XIV; 347.XIX; 363.151–2

 

PLAYS: see Shows and Plays

 

POLYANDRY: women forbidden to marry two brothers: 2.12(a).XLI, (b).LVI; 29.II; 120–1

 

POLYGAMY: forbidden: 2.12(b).LVI

 

POLICE OFFICERS (principales): 1.669[16].16; 670[19].16–18

 

PONTIFEX (bishop): 1.7(a).XXXVIIII; 7(b).XL; 8(b)

Term for bishop in contrast to priest (sacerdos): 1.32 i

Jesus Christ is first: 1.32 k, l

Title of Moses: 1.32 k

 

PONTIFICATUS (office of bishop): 1.32 j, l

Instituted by Moses: 1.32 k

 

POPE (papa): note on use of term: 1.608

 

PORTER: should not be away for long on travels: 2.377.Epit. Hisp. XLII

 

PRAESIDENTES=presbyterae (which see)

 

PRAYER: with Jews and heretics forbidden: 1.32 bb.LVIIII

 

PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL (oratio fidelium): conditions for admission to after yielding during persecution: 2.5(a).10, 2.XLII

 

PRESBYTER:

Office instituted by apostles and those ordained by them: 1.32 l

Presbyter is priest (sacerdos Dei): 1.279.V.8–9

Office is 3rd step toward episcopal consecration: 1.473; 514–5

Assignment by bishop to a church required if that church is to be in communion with others: 2.190–1.VI


Ordination: 1.2.II; 9.II; not before 30 years old: 1.146.XXI;    2.14(a).XLVIIII, (b).LX; 31.XI; 132–5

May not be ordained if baptized from necessity when sick: 2.14(a).L, (b).LXXI; 31.XII; 134–5

May not purchase office: 1.5(a).XXVIIII; 5(b).XXX; 20(a).XXVIIII; 20(b).XXX; 32 s–t.XXV

Penalty for not accepting post for which ordained: 1.32 v.XXXII

 

First-fruits to be given to: 1.9.V

 

Relationship with bishop:

Assists bishop in caring for poor: 1.28; 32 x.XXXVII

May not precede bishop into sanctuary: 2.386–7.LVI (Epit. Hisp. LIII)

His complaints against bishop to be heard at twice-yearly provincial council: 2.292–3

If dismissed by own bishop may not be accepted by another: 1.32 t.XXVIII; 278.16–20

May do nothing without bishop’s consent: 1.32 w.XXXV;   2.84–5

May not travel without bishop’s permission: 1.147.XXII

May not establish church in defiance of bishop: 1.6(a).XXXI; 6(b).XXXII; 21(a).XXXI; 21(b).XXXII; 32 t.XXVII; 2.217(a).LXXIIII; 248–51.V; 319

May not presume to do what is proper to bishop: 1.32 i–k; may not ordain: 1.32 k

 

Church property:

Bishop may not alienate church property in absence of: 2.8(a).XXXII

Must know which property belongs to church and which to bishop: 2.302–3

Bishop must notify of his use of church property: 2.308–9

May not sell church property in absence of bishop: 2.24.XIIII

 

Marriage:

May not marry: 2.29.I; 118–9

May not repudiate wife: 1.2.VI; 10–11.VI; 320.IIII; nor have sex with her: 1.416.XXVIII

Eucharist not to be rejected if offered by married presbyter: 2.148(a).LVII; 154(b); 156.IIII; 188–9.IIII

 

Eucharist:

May not offer Eucharist if he sins seriously: 2.13(a).XLVIII, (b).LVIIII

May not offer Eucharist if he sins carnally before ordination: 2.30.VIIII; 130–1

May not offer Eucharist if deposed by council or bishop: 2.217(b).LXXXVI–LXXXVII

To be deposed if offers unlawful species at Eucharist: 1.9.III

Penalty for not receiving communion at Eucharist he offers: 1.11–12.VIIII

Rural presbyter may not offer Eucharist in city: 2.15(a).LII, (b).LXI; 31.XIII; 136–7

 

Degradation and penalties:

To be degraded for fornication or adultery: 2.118–9

May not resume office from which deposed: 1.20(a).XXVIII; 20(b).XXVIIII; 32 s.XXIIII

May not function if deposed: 2.246–9.IIII

May not resume office after being convicted of crime: 1.32 s.XXIIII

Not to be deprived of communion if found guilty of crimes: 1.5.XXV; 32 r.XXI; (contrary:

1.440 c.LXXXVII)

What to do with those who yield during persecution: 2.4–5; 20.I; 54–5

Case of reassignment (with letter of recommendation) of presbyter convicted of sexual misconduct: 1.598.28–599.52; 616.34–618.75

 

Penitents:

May not beat sinners: 1.5(a).XXVII; 5(b).XXVIII; 19(a).XXVII; 19(b).XXVIII; 32 s.XXIII


May not refuse to accept penitent: 1.32 z.XLVII (see Greek text μζ_)

 

Diet:

May not abstain from meat: 2.8(a).1–9, (b).LI; 24.XIII; 86–8

May not abstain from meat on feast days: 1.32 z.XLVIII

 

Various duties and obligations:

Must have letters of recommendation: 1.6.XXXIII; 22(a).XXXIII; 22(b).XXXIIII;

32 t–u.XXVIIII

May not be gambler or drunkard: 1.7(a).XLI; 7(b).XLII; 29(a).XLI; 29(b).XLII; 32 d–e;

32 x–y.XXXVIII

May not accept interest: 1.7(a).XLIII; 7(b).XLIIII; 32 y.XXXVIIII

May not pray with sectarians: 1.7(a).XLIIII; 7(b).XLV; 32 y.XL

Must remain in his own diocese (paroecia): 1.14–15.XV; 32 q.XIII; 134–7; 168.XIII–XIIII; 222–7; 268–9; 394.XXI

May not neglect clergy or laity: 1.32 z.LII–LIII

May not hold post in government service: 1.32 ff.LXXV

May not officiate at weddings (in nubtiis...orare; nubtias [componere]) of those married more than once: 2.30.VII; 126–7

Must honor parents: 2.149(b).LXXX

 

PRESBYTERAE: title of widows constituted such by ordination (such ordination not allowed): 2.350–1.XI

 

PRIEST: see Presbyter and Sacerdos

 

PRIMATE (primas): must confirm episcopal election: 1.440 b.IIII;   2.289.III

Special authority over all Egypt of bp. of Alexandria: 1.635.78–9

 

PRIMATUS (first rank): 1.6(a).XXXIIII; 6(b).XXXV; 23(a).XXXIIII; 23(b).XXV; 32 u.XXX; 120–3; 196–201; 260–1.VI

Of bps. of Alexandria and Antioch: 1.120–1; 148; 158; 196–7; 260.VI

Accorded to see of Constantinople as see of capital of government: 2.422; 431

 

Of bp. of Rome: 1.120–1; 148; 196–7; 260.VI

Special authority of his letters of recommendation: 1.147.XXII

His authority does not rest upon conciliar decree, but scripture: 1.156–7

Accorded to see of Rome as see of capital of government: 2.422

 

PRINCIPALES: see Police Officers

 

PROOF (documentum): bishop’s word alone that someone has confessed crime to him does not suffice for: 1.592.V

 

PROVINCE (provincia): 1.6(a).XXXV; 6(b).XXXVI

Bishops of are to govern church affairs in their province: 2.416–8

 

PSALMS: not to be joined together in being chanted in church, but kept separate: 2.356–7.XVII

Only canonical psalms may be chanted in church, not popular non-canonical ones: 2.388–9.LVIIII

Only official cantor may chant from pulpit: 2.354–5.XV; 388.LVIIII

 

PULPIT: only official cantor may chant psalms from: 2.354–5.XV


 

RAPE: rape of fiancιe’s sister occasioning suicide: 2.11(a).XL, (b).LXVI; 27.XXIIII

Rape of abducted fiancιe: 2.7(b).XLVI; 23.X; 82–3

 

REGULA ECCLESIASTICA: 1.8

 

RIOT (of people against imperial orders to expel bishop): 1.663–4[2]; 664[4]; 669[16].13–35

 

RULERS AND OFFICIALS: may not be insulted: 1.32 ff–gg.LXXVI

 

 

SABBATH: Christians should not observe by abstaining from work like Jews: 2.325; 366–7.XXVIIII

Gospels should be read on: 2.354–5.XVI

 

SACERDOS (Christian): 1.2.V; 3.VII; 10(b).V

Distinguished from bishop (pontifex): 1.32 i, l

Term for Jewish priest: 1.32 k

People may not choose: 2.352–3.XIII

 

SACERDOTIUM: office of presbyter (sacerdos): 1.32 j

 

SACRARIUM: see Sacristy

 

SACRIFICE

Eucharist: 1.2.III–IIII

Things which may not be offered upon altar (super altare) during: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

Things which may be offered at altar (ad altare) during: 1.9.IIII; 32 n.III

See also Eucharist

 

SACRISTY: subdeacons may not enter: 2.360–1.XXI

 

SCHISMATICS: reintegration of Melitian clergy: 1.630

Schism caused by Melitius’ irregular ordinations: 1.635.83–5

 

SCHOLASTICUS: see Lawyer

 

SCRIPTURE: see Bible

 

SECRETARIUM: see Sacristy

 

SECTS: founded by dissidents: 2.153(b)

Form own congregations apart from church: 2.156–7.VI–VIII; 176; 188–91.V–VI

Arrogate donations belonging to church: 2.154(a); 157.VII–VIII; 176–7; 192–5.VII–VIII

Confuse fasts and feasts: 2.154; 178–9; 206–9.XVIII–XVIIII

Abstain from meat: 2.154.46–8

Refuse to accept communion from married presbyters: 2.154(b); 179; 188–9.IIII

Refuse to communicate with married people: 2.154(b); 155–6.I; 179

Demand the rich renounce their property: 2.154(b); 180

Condemn veneration of martyrs: 2.154(b); 159.XX; 210–1

Disdain agapes: 2.157.XI; 196–9.XI

Teach slaves to desert masters: 2.186–7.III


Sectarians deny that Peter and Paul were martyred on same day: 1.157(a).26

Note on Latin renditions of Greek sectarian names: 2.464a–c

 

SECULAR CONCERNS (saeculares curae): priests and sacred ministers to keep free of: 1.3.VII; 11.VII; 32 ff._ (Greek text only)

Bishops often petition court for secular posts and honors for others: 1.463; 502–3

 

SENATE: of Constantinople, one reason why ecclesiastical primacy accorded to city: 2.422.15

 

SHOW PEOPLE (histriones): their accusations not to be admitted except in their own litigation: 1.592.II

 

SHOWS AND PLAYS: clergy may not marry women featured in: 1.16.XVIII; 32 q–r.XV

Clergy may not attend: 2.385.LI

Clergy may not attend wedding skits: 2.384–5.LIIII

Theater personnel to be suspended from communion: 1.385.V

 

SICERA: See Liquor

 

SIMONY: 1.5(a).XXVIIII; 5(b).XXX; 20(a).XXVIIII; 20(b).XXX; 32 s–t.XXV

 

SISTER:

Adoptive: clergy forbidden to live with: 1.164.III; 186; cf. 1.257.III

No one should have consecrated woman (devota) living with him as sister: 2.9(b).LXV; 26.XVIII; 104–5

 

SLAVE:

Must serve master: 2.147.LXXIIII; 156.III; 186–7.III

Alien garb worn by slaves disdaining and deserting masters: 2.154(a); 177–8

Slaves taught by sectarians that religion allows them to desert masters: 2.186–7.III

May not be ordained without masters’ permission and liberation: 1.32 ff.LXXIII (_ Greek)

Freed by ordination to major orders (but not minor): 1.146.XX (cf. apparatus ad loc.)

Not impeded from ordination even if castrated by owners: 1.112–3; 181–1; 255

Their accusations not to be admitted except in their own litigation: 1.592.II;   2.421, 423, 425

 

SON: different meanings of “son”: 1.652.56–8

 

SOUL: will burn in hell with body: 2.325.56–7

 

SPECIES (Eucharistic): 1.2.IIII

 

SPONSUS, SPONSA: see Betrothal

 

SPOUSE: which among clergy may be married: 1.5(a).XXVI; 5(b).XXVII

Punishment for rejecting: 1.8(a).XLVII; 8(b).XLVIII

 

SUBDEACON: may not travel without bishop’s permission: 1.147.XXII

Deacon to be demoted to if sins seriously: 2.13(a).XLVIII, (b).LVIIII

May not enter sacristy and touch sacred vessels: 2.360–1.XXI

May not wear orarium or leave post at doors: 2.360–1.XXII

May not leave post at doors for prayer: 2.377.XLIII

May not give bread or bless cup: 2.364–5.XXV


SUBSCRIPTIONS: to Council of Nicaea: 1.36–7; 110.I (bottom); vol.1, unnumbered pages between pp. 152 and 154, column Q bottom

To Council of Antioch: 2.312

To Tomus Damasi: 1.295.I.2

Acceptance of visiting bishops indicated by subscriptions of their letters: 1.471; 512–3

Acceptance of synodical letter indicated by subscription: 1.651.318–21

Put by one bishop for others, as ordered: 1.658.27

 

SUBSISTENTIA: 1.108–9; 176–7; 309(a).20; 312(a).20; 313(a).20; 315(b).21; 318(a).20; 318(b).19; 319(b).21–2

Notes concerning: 1.327–8

 

SUBSTANTIA: of God the Father: 1.106–7; 161; 174–5; 253; 283.9, 24; 285; 288; 290; 298–320 passim

Of the Holy Spirit: 1.283.19(?); 285

One substance of Father and Son: 1.651.24–31

Son is de substantia divina: 1.357.107

Unius substantiae, id est unius virtutis: 1.339.181–2

Consubstantial formula expounded: 1.337–9

of the Holy Trinity: 1.294

 

substantia=ousia: 1.651.24–5

 

notes concerning: 1.327–8; 346.XVII

 

see also Ousia

 

 

SUCCESSION: note on succession to Peter: 1.246–7

 

SUICIDE: see Betrothal

 

SUNDAY: if Christians want day free from work they may choose Sunday, but not Sabbath: 2.366–7.XXVIIII

 

SURETY: see Guarantor

 

SYNOD: see Council

 

 

TAVERN: clergy may not eat in: 1.32 z.XLVIIII; 147.XXIII

 

TEMPLE (pagan): 2.6(b).XLIII

 

THEATER: see Shows and Plays

 

THEFT: penalty for clergy convicted of: 1.18.XXV–XXVI; 32 r.XXI

 

TRACTORIAE (litterae: vouchers for travel expenses given to bishops summoned to councils by civil authorities): 1.378.87

 

 


TRANSVESTITE: condemnation of women wearing male clothing: 2.149(b).LXXVIII; 154(a); 158.XIII; 178; 200–1.XIII

 

TREPTON: translated as convertibilem: 1.253.22

 

TRIAL: of bishop by peers: 1.32 cc–dd.LXVIII

 

TRINITY: baptism in name of: 1.8(a).XLVIII; 8(b).XLVIIII

 

 

UNLEAVENED BREAD: may not be accepted from Jews: 2.374–5.XXXVIII

 

 

VEGETABLES (legumina): not to be offered at Eucharist: 1.9.III; 32 n.II

([h]olera): clergy may not abstain from when cooked with meat: 2.8(a).XXXI (b).LI; 86–8

 

VIATICUM: see Communio

 

VILLAE (rural areas of paroecia): 1.24(a).XXXV; 24(b).XXXVI

 

VIRGINITY: praised: 2.160(a); 212

Value of does not entail disrespect for marriage: 2.148(a).LX, (b).LXXVII; 157.VIIII–X; 196–7.X

penance to be assigned to consecrated virgins who marry or commit fornication: 1.420.II; 425.II; 2.9(b).XLVIII

Those who break vow of to be reckoned among the twice-married: 2.26.XVIII; 104–5

Case of suicide after virgin’s sister’s fiancι gets her pregnant: 2.11(a).XL, (b).LXVI; 27.XXIIII

 

VISITATOR: title of clergy intended to replace older order of chorepiscopi: 2.387.LVII

 

 

WEAPONS: penalty assigned to those who arma proiciunt in pace [whatever that may mean; for various interpretations, cf. Hefele-Leclercq 1.282–3]: 1.385.III

 

WIDOW: no one may be ordained such: 2.350–1.XI

 

WIFE (of bishop, presbyter, deacon): not to be repudiated: 1.2.VI; 10–11.VI; 32 o.IIII; 320.IIII

 

WINE: to be taken in moderation, but not to be abstained from: 1.32 e–f

 

WITNESS(ES): qualifications (may not be under 14, may not belong to accuser’s household, nor belong to category of those who may not accuse): 1.592.IIII

examination of witnesses’ statements in conciliar hearing: 1.647–8

impropriety of deposing pagans and catechumens: 1.648.167–8

 

WOMAN: may not:

Enter sanctuary of church: 2.377.XLIIII; 378.XLV; 379. Epit. Hisp. XLIIII

Wear male clothing: 2.149(b).LXXVIII; 154(a); 178

Desert husband and children to practice religion: 2.158.XIIII–XV

Cut off hair because of religion: 2.149(b).LXXXI; 154(a); 158–9.XVII; 178; 206–7.XVII (woman’s hair sign of her subjection)

see also Sister