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Byzantine apocrisiarii. An apocrisiarius was a cleric who served as the representative (also described as legate, a less precise term) of a patriarch or other bishop ...

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apocrisiarii. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. English Noun . apocrisiarii. plural of apocrisiarius; ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Apocrisiarius - New Advent

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Apocrisiarius. Help support New ... In the East the patriarchs had their apocrisiarii at the imperial court, and the metropolitans theirs at the courts of the patriarchs.

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How would you define apocrisiarii? Add your definition here. Words near apocrisiarii in the dictionary. apocrine; apocrine-gland; apocrine-glands; apocrisiaries ...

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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Apocrisiarius. From Wikisource ... In the East the patriarchs had their apocrisiarii at the imperial court, ...

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Apocrisiarius. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (Gr. apochrisis, an answer; ... The first of these apocrisiarii seems to have been Julianus, Bishop of Cos, ...

Category:Papal Apocrisiarii to Constantinople - Wikipedia ...

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Pages in category "Papal Apocrisiarii to Constantinople" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . * ...

Papal apocrisiarius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The apocrisiarius or apocrisiary was the legate from the Pope to the Patriarch of Constantinople, circa 452-743, [1] equivalent to the modern nunciature.

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Apocrisiarius (Gr. apokrisis, an answer; cf. Lat. responsalis, ... In the East the patriarchs had their apocrisiarii at the imperial court, ...

Apocrisiarius - Original Catholic Encyclopedia

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... on special missions to high ecclesiastical authorities or royal courts. In the East the patriarchs had their apocrisiarii at the imperial court, ...