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II. Synoptical Table of the Bishops of the Chief Sees


II. Synoptical Table of the Bishops of the Chief Sees

And of the Principal Councils Held, During the Lifetime of Athanasius.

N.B.-The names of bishops in italics are open to doubt regarding their date.

An asterisk prefixed to a bishop's name means that he was elected when the see was not de facto vacant (the case of Ursinus of Rome in 366 is not free from doubt).

_ after the name of a synod indicates that although not formally Arian it was held under the influence of Eusebius of Nicomedia.

* denotes a synod more or less implicated in Arianism by its creeds (N.B. no creed at Aries or Milan, 353-355).

** denote a formally Arian synod.

Emperor.

Rome.

Alexandria.

Antioch.

Constantinople.

Synods.

W.

E.

301. Peter

305. Galerius

305. Illiberis.

306. Constantine

307. Licinius

309. Eusebius

308-313. Maximin

310. Melchiades

312. Achillas.

313. Alexander.

313. Rome.

314. Silvester
(d. 335).

314. Arles.

31

319

320? Alexander.

321. Alexandria.

323

c. 324. Eustathius.

324. Alexandria.

325. Nicæa.

328. Athanasius.

330. `Paulinus?'

[330. `Constantinople' made the new Rome].

330. Antioch_.

Eulalius.

332. Euphronius.

333. Flacillus (or Placitus)

334. Cæsrea_.

335. Tyre_ and Jerusalem_

336. Mark

336. Paul (d.350?).

336. CP._

337. Constantine II. (d. 340)
Constans (d. 350).

Constantius

337. Julius

338. *Pistus.

337? *Eusebius
(d. 341-2).

339. *Gregory

339&40.Antioch_.

340. Rome.

340. Gangra_.

341. Antioch_*

342. Stephen.

342. *Macedonius.

Sardica

343. Philippopolis*

344. Leontius

344. Antioch*.

345. Milan

347. Sirmium I*.

350

351. Sirmium II *.

352. Liberius.

353. Arles*.

355. Milan*.

357. *Felix

357. *George.

357. Eudoxius.

357. Sirmium III**

358. Ancyra.

359. *Anianus.

359. Sirmium IV*. Ariminum *. Seleucia*.

360. *Eudoxius.

360. CP**.

361. Julian.

361. Meletius. *Euzoius.

362. *Paulinus. (schism).

362. · Alexandria.
362. Laodicea??

363. Jovian.

363. Antioch.

364. Valentinian. Valens.

364. Lampsacus.

366. Damasus (d. 384).

366-7. *Ursinus

367. *Lucius.

367. Tyana.

370. Demophilus
[Evagrius.]

373. Peter.

375. Gratian (d. 383).

Valentinian II. (d. 392).

379. Theodosius.

`Semi-Arian' synods are printed in italics.

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