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Flavian.

1. Flavian I (ca. 320–ca. 404). B. probably Antioch, Syria; bp. or patriarch Antioch 381–404 but appointment not recognized by bp. Rome and bps. Egypt; opposed Arianism,* Eustathians (see Eustathius of Antioch), Euchites.* 2. Flavian II (d. 518 AD). Bp. or patriarch Antioch, Syria, ca. 498–512; accepted the Henoticon*; anathematized by patriarch of Constantinople; deposed and banished to Petra by Anastasius I (ca. 430–518; emp. 491–518). 3. Flavian (ca. 390–449). Bp. or patriarch Constantinople 447–449; opposed Eutyches*; deposed by “Robber Syn.” of Ephesus.*


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