Theodosius


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Noun1.Theodosius - the last emperor of a united Roman Empire, he took control of the eastern empire and ended the war with the Visigoths; he became a Christian and in 391 banned all forms of pagan worship (346-395)
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Also attending were Bishop Theodosius of Central Giza and Bishop Markus of Damietta and Kafr El Sheikh.
Other historical landmarks visited included Hagia Sophia; Topkapi Palace and the Theodosius Cistern.
We also took in the Topkapi Palace -- an attractive landscaped complex that was home to the Ottoman sultans for over four centuries -- and the Theodosius Cistern, an ingenious Roman water store that now houses a public art exhibition.
They are Theophanes Continuatus Book 6, Years 944-961; the Revised Chronicle of Symeon the Logothete for the years 948-496 from Vat.gr.163 with the interpolations on Nikephorus the Elder from Vat.gr.153; the Chronicle of pseudo-Symeon for the years 944-962; The Capture of Crete by Theodosius the Deacon; and Akolouthia for St Nikephoros Phokas.
Once, Saint Ambrose, bishop of Milan and Roman governor of Liguria and Emilia, excommunicated Theodosius I, emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire.
-- Theodosius Dobzhansky primero y Ernst Mayr mas tarde construyeron el concepto de especie utilizado de manera profusa en las ciencias de la vida como conjunto de organismos que forman comunidad reproductiva cerrada.
They continued for another 12 centuries, until they were banned by emperor Theodosius in 393 A.D who accused it of being a pagan celebration.
At the National Housing Authority, Duannah Siryon is appointed Managing Director while Theodosius Juahgbe Kolee is appointed Commissioner for Decentralization at the National AIDS Commission.
"The robbers were not even afraid and did not hesitate to go into the most sacred place of the temple - the altar, looking and there I'll live," the abbess of the Molchensky monastery, Abbess Theodosius (Zapolskaya), testifies.
Germans like to talk about the "Constantinian shift" (die konstantinische Wende) that began in 312 with the conversion of the emperor and the subsequent (313) "Edict of Milan," which granted full religious tolerance to Christians (and others), and that culminated in Theodosius I's banning paganism and establishing Christianity as the state religion (381-392).
Al-Quds reported Archbishop Atallah (Theodosius) Hanna from the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem slamming the patriarchate for selling church property to Israeli investors.
They continued for nearly 12 centuries, until Emperor Theodosius decreed in 393 AD that all such "pagan cults" be banned.