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  Euphemius Biography
Euphemius of Constantinople (died 515) was patriarch of Constantinople (490 - 496).
Euphemius urged that the condemnation of Acacius by one prelate only was invalid; to excommunicate a metropolitan of Constantinople a general council was necessary.
Meanwhile Euphemius, fearing for his life, sought sanctuary in the baptistery, and refused to go out until Macedonius II had promised on the word of the emperor that no violence should be done to him when they conducted him to exile.
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  Euphemius of Constantinople
Euphemius of Constantinople (490-496) succeeded as patriarch Flavitas (or Fravitas, 489-490), who succeeded Acacius (471-489).
Euphemius recognized the Council of Chalcedon, restored the pope's name to his diptychs, and broke with Peter Mongus, who died in the year of Euphemius's accession (490).
Euphemius was exiled to Asia Minor and died in 515 at Ancyra.
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 Euphemius of Constantinople - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online
Euphemius recognized the Council of Chalcedon, restored the pope's name to his diptychs, and broke with Peter Mongus, who died in the year of Euphemius's accession (490).
A war against the Bulgars and Slavs was then going on, and Euphemius was accused of treason by revealing the emperor's plans to his enemies.
Euphemius was exiled to Asia Minor and died in 515 at Ancyra.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Euphemius of Constantinople
Euphemius recognized the Council of Chalcedon, restored the pope's name to his diptychs, and broke with Peter Mongus, who died in the year of
Euphemius the union he desired was not brought about.
Euphemius was exiled to Asia Minor and died in 515 at
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 euphemius - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 Sicilian Peoples: The Arabs - Best of Sicily Magazine - Moors and Saracens in Sicilian History
In that year, Euphemius, a Byzantine admiral and resident governor of Sicily who found himself at odds with the Emperor, offered the governorship of the island to Ziyadat Allah, the Aghlabid Emir of Al Qayrawan (in Tunisia) in exchange for his support.
Euphemius was soon killed and Sicily's Arab period had begun.
Three Arab dynasties ruled Sicily --first the Aghlabids (a "minor" family based in Tunisia which had broken away from the Abbasids of Baghdad) and then, from 909, the Fatimids, who entrusted much of their authority to the Kalbids in 948.
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Pope Felix insisted that heretics and favorers of heresy should not be prayed for publicly; Euphemius repeated his attempts at reconciliation to Pope Gelasius I, but the problem of his predecessors remained; Euphemius could not remove their names from the diptychs wihtout causing embarrassment or insult to those they had baptized and ordained.
Euphemius urged that the condemnation of Acacius by one prelate only was invalid; to excommunicate a metropolitan of Constantinople a general council was necessary.
Meanwhile Euphemius, fearing for his life, sought sanctuary in the baptistery, and refused to go out until Macedonius II had promised on the word of the emperor that no violence should be done to him when they conducted him to exile.
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 Patriarch Macedonius II of Constantinople - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Within a year or two (the date is uncertain) he assembled a council, in which he confirmed in writing the acts of the Council of Chalcedon.
In 507 Elias, patriarch of Jerusalem, who had been unwilling to sanction the deposition of Euphemius, united himself in communion with Macedonius.
The emperor Anastasius employed all means to oblige Macedonius to declare against the Council of Chalcedon, but flattery and threats were alike unavailing.
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Before the accession of the Emperor Anastasius I, Euphemius had made him sign a profession of faith Evagrius Scholasticus Evagrius, H.E., III, xxxii ; eventually he fell foul of the emperor.
A war against the Isaurians was then under way, and Euphemius was accused of treason by revealing the emperor s plans to his enemies.
A soldier, either by Anastasius s own order or to gain his favor, drew his sword on Euphemius at the door of the sacristy, but was struck down by an attendant.
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 Golden Legend, vol. 6 | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
He was a much just man unto all men, and also he was piteous and merciful unto the poor, for he had daily three tables set and covered for to feed the orphans, poor widows, and pilgrims, and he ate at the hour of noon with good and religious persons.
When the messengers were returned to Rome, and Euphemius, his father, saw that they had not found his son, he laid him down upon a mattress, stretching on the earth, wailing, and said thus: I shall hold me here and abide till that I have tidings of my son.
When Euphemius heard speak of his son, anon his heart began to melt, and said to his servants: Which of you will have pity of this man and take the cure and charge of him, I shall deliver him from his servage and make him free, and shall give him of mine heritage.
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 History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 5 eBook
An amorous youth, who had stolen a nun from her cloister, was sentenced by the emperor to the amputation of his tongue.
Euphemius appealed to the reason and policy of the Saracens of Africa; and soon returned with the Imperial purple, a fleet of one hundred ships, and an army of seven hundred horse and ten thousand foot.
They landed at Mazara near the ruins of the ancient Selinus; but after some partial victories, Syracuse ^83 was delivered by the Greeks, the apostate was slain before her walls, and his African friends were reduced to the necessity of feeding on the flesh of their own horses.
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 496 - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The ruling Tuoba family in the Chinese Northern Wei Dynasty change their family name to Yuan.
Byzantine Emperor Anastasius I has Euphemius Patriarch of Constantinople deposed, and Macedonius II appointed as his successor.
Kavadh I of Persia is deposed and exiled by his brother Djamasp.
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 St. Arsenius, Bishop of Tver, Feast 2 March   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At that time, Mikhail Alexandrovich, the Prince of Tver, and Euphemius, the slandered Bishop of Tver, were at hard variance with each other.
Bishop Euphemius unjustly lost his cathedra and was exiled to the Chudov Monastery in Moscow, where he died soon after (1392).
Metropolitan Kiprian appointed his archdeacon Arsenius (according to the Nikon's chronicle he was a protodeacon), "a manly looking, famous and virtuous man", to replace Bishop Euphemius.
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 Everquest 2: Database OGaming - Database :: Quests :: Golem Testing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This quest is given by Euphemius Granius after you complete the Golem Research quest.
Kill him and return to Euphemius for your choice of rewards.
Euphemius will tell you to test some regents at a lake in the commonlands.
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