Theophilus


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Theophilus

(θɪˈɒfɪləs)
n
(Astronomy) a conspicuous crater in the SE quadrant of the moon, 100 kilometres in diameter
[after Theophilus (died 842 ad), Byzantine emperor and patron of learning]

Theophilus

(θɪˈɒfɪləs)
n
(Biography) died 842 ad, Byzantine emperor (829–42); a patron of learning and supporter of iconoclasm
Translations
Theophilus
Théophile
References in classic literature ?
One was Theophilus Johnson and family, of Newcastle; the other Mrs.
The interim board is made up of Samuel Ordu as chairman, Theophilus Eke as managing director, Ifeyinwa Momah and Nicholas Shaiyen.
But perhaps the most important reason why the church leaders succeeded in securing an agreement was due to problems faced by Theophilus III, the head of the Orthodox Church.
Theophilus is put forward too in the hope of an upset.
Theophilus III said this biased decision does not only affect the Patriarchate, but also affect the heart of the "Christian Quarter" of the Old City.
The commentary printed in 1506 under the name of Theophilus Chalcondyles was an exception to this trend.
In 1891, stationmaster Theophilus Moor and James Young teamed up and approached MP for Berwick Sir Edward Grey, asking for some land to build a chapel.
Contributing to the ongoing scholarship of Christian literature, and especially Apocrypha, that was translated into Arabic, Monferrer-Sala presents an Arabic edition and English translation of the Vision of Theophilus, translated from a now lost Coptic original.
Richard Greenwood and Kalpana Theophilus joined on 1 December.
Bishop Theophilus, contrary to the article, is not a Catholic saint, and indeed he's remembered as the persecutor of the much-loved Saint John Chrysostom.
Romit Theophilus, director, sales and marketing, GNTO India, said: "We have been consistently placed amongst top- three most popular European destinations among Indians.
The Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilus III arrived Tuesday at Manager Square, marking the start of Christmas Eve celebrations according to the Julian calendar.