Photius


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Noun1.Photius - Patriarch of Constantinople and saint of the Greek Orthodox Church; was condemned by the Fourth Council of Constantinople in 869 but was reinstated by a later pope
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All the well-known people of that period, from Alexander and Napoleon to Madame de Stael, Photius, Schelling, Fichte, Chateaubriand, and the rest, pass before their stern judgment seat and are acquitted or condemned according to whether they conduced to progress or to reaction.
He behaved admirably at the beginning of his reign and during 1812, but acted badly by giving a constitution to Poland, forming the Holy Alliance, entrusting power to Arakcheev, favoring Golitsyn and mysticism, and afterwards Shishkov and Photius. He also acted badly by concerning himself with the active army and disbanding the Semenov regiment."
Of all this mass of epic poetry only the scantiest fragments survive; but happily Photius has preserved to us an abridgment of the synopsis made of each poem of the "Trojan Cycle" by Proclus, i.e.
Their topics include Rome and Constantinople in confrontation: the quarrel over the validity of Photius' ordination, politics and diplomacy in the Mediterranean of the 10th century: al-Andalus and Byzantium, confrontation and interchange between Byzantines and Normans in southern Italy: the cases of St.
The Church called those saints who pleased God and performed miracles, namely Cosmas and Damian of Arabia, Cosmas and Damian of Asia Minor, Cyrus and John, Thalelaeus, Cosmas and Damian of Rome, Ermolai, Panteleimon, Anikita and Photius, Dyodim, Luke the surgeon, archbishop of Crimea, etc., "wonderworking unmercenary physicians."
These councils are: the "Great Council" under the Patriarchate of Photius (879-890), the Palamite Councils (1341, 1351, 1368), the "Holy and Great Council" held in Constantinople in 1484 against the Union of Ferrara-Florence, the Synods in 17th century (1638, 1642, 1672, 1691) and the Synod of Constantinople in 1872 against the heresy of ethno-philetism.
The show's startup competition has five finalists: Fastree3D, which is developing lidar technology; LogoGrab, which provides a logo recognition API to detect company logos in large volumes of images and video; Photius for its Ximera 3D sensor that can carry out inspection and mapping for infrastructure and construction management; Socialmap for its social behaviour intelligence platform for education and workplace environments; and Vtrus, which is developing autonomous robot inspection drones.
(5) The Life of Epaminondas is also mentioned by Photius (810-91), a Byzantine scholar and Patriarch of Constantinople, in his lengthy Bibliotheca (a list of 279 works he advised his brother Tarasius to read).
(2) Peut-AaAaAeA tre est-ce dAaAaAeA} au fait que les spAaAaAeA@cia du roman ont eu tendance AaAaAeA nAaAaAeA@gliger un type de personnage jugAaAaAeA@ mar (3) D'autre part, le fait que les Babyloniaques ne nous soient connues que par le rAaAaAeA@sumAaAaAeA@ de Photius (codex 94) et quelques rares fragm n'a sans doute pas encouragAaAaAeA@ l'AaAaAeA@tude de l'oeuvre, et donc des eunu qui y apparaissent.
details the convoluted controversy through the Carolingian period to the condemnation of Western errors by the patriarch Photius in 867.