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Ephesus, “Robber Synod” of

(Called Latrocinium. Lat. “highway robbery,” by metonymy “a band of robbers”; 449). By brutality and violence and support of imperial troops Dioscorus* (d. 454) obtained temporary restoration of Eutyches* and condemnation of Flavian,* Eusebius* of Dorylaeum, Theodoret* of Cyrrhus (in Syria), et al.; decisions reversed by Council of Chalcedon.*

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