Byzantine Rome and the Greek Popes

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Lexington Books, 2007 - Church history - 347 pages
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This book examines the scope and extent to which the East influenced Rome and the Papacy following the Justinian Reconquest of Italy in the middle of the sixth century through the pontificate of Zacharias and the collapse of the exarchate of Ravenna in 752.
 

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Contents

Corpora Nostra Cum Inimicis Nostris Abibunt
42
Diligo Romanos ut Unam Habentes Fidem
79
Reverendissimi Abbates Presbyteri nee
113
O As Ts Kmvotavq AkijIOsv Ev EnceXia
158
Et Dicit Acolitus Symbolum Grae ce Decantando
199
oAuvog Tov 0sov O Aipmv Trv Ajuapriav
244
The Last of
298
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