Jacob Baradaeus

Jacob Baradaeus
   See Jacobites.

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  • Jacob Baradaeus —     Jacob Baradæus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Jacob Baradæus     A Syrian Monophysite bishop, born in Tella, towards the end of the fifth or the beginning of the sixth century, died in 578. He was the son of Theophilus bar Manu, a priest of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Jacob Baradaeus — Jacobus Baradaeus Born c. late 5th century Tela Mauzalat Died July 30, 578(578 07 30) Occupation Bishop of Edessa Predecessor Addi of Edessa Successor …   Wikipedia

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  • Monophysites and Monophysitism — • Rejected the dual nature of Christ. Rejected by the Council of Chalcedon (451) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Monophysites and Monophysitism     Monophysites and Monophysitism …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • ИАКОВ БАРАДЕЙ — [греч. ῾Ιάκωβος Βαραδαίος; сир. ] (Ɨ 30.07.578, Касийский монастырь, Египет), митр. г. Эдессы (ныне Шанлыурфа, Турция); с 542 г. лидер антихалкидонитского движения в Византийской империи. Почитается сиро яковитами как святой и основатель… …   Православная энциклопедия

  • Aramean-Syriac people — The Aramean Syriac people (Syriac: ar. , IPA all| Sūryōyɛ Orōmōyɛ) are an ethnic group who are widely spread into countries such as Syria, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Iran and Iraq and speak a variant of Aramaic. In later times, many of them fled… …   Wikipedia

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  • John of Ephesus — • Syriac historian, born at Amida (Diarbekir, on the upper Tigris), about 505; d. about 585 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. John of Ephesus     John of Ephesus      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Jacobites —    The Monophysites of Syria (qq.v.), who took their name from Jacob Baradaeus, the Monophysite bishop of Edessa (qq.v.) who organized the Monophysite church in Syria ca. 542. It was Jacob Baradaeus who ordained John of Ephesus (q.v.) …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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