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  1. This is a list of Roman and Byzantine empresses.A Roman empress was a woman who was the wife of a Roman emperor, the ruler of the Roman Empire.. The Romans had no single term for the position: Latin and Greek titles such as augusta (Greek αὐγούστα, augoústa, the female form of the honorific augustus, a title derived from the name of the first emperor, Augustus), caesarea (Greek ...

  2. Saint Juvenal, Patriarch of Jerusalem. Saint Juvenal, Patriarch of Jerusalem, occupied the throne of the Holy City during the years 420-458. During this period great luminaries of the Church enlightened the world: Saints Euthymius the Great (January 20), Simeon the Stylite (September 1), Gerasimus of Jordan (March 4), and many others.…

  3. 09/06/2022 · Founded in the year 386, the monastery is located high in the Pontic Mountains near the Byzantine imperial city of Trebizond and has remained the symbol of Pontian Hellenism for sixteen centuries. Tags: Archbishop Elpidophoros , Constantinople , Ecumenical Patriarchate , Greek Orthodox , greek orthodox archdiocese of america , Holy Land , Jordan , pilgrimage , Pontian Hellenism , Pontic Genocide

  4. 22/06/2018 · The wall paintings of the church of Sancta Sophia in Trebizond are made. 1370 - 1375 The Byzantine manuscript the Theological Works of John VI Cantacuzenos is produced and contains many miniature paintings.