Councils of Constantinople (861, 867, 879)
Councils of Constantinople (861, 867, 879)
    Photian Synods of Constantinople (861, 867, 879)
     Catholic_Encyclopedia Photian Synods of Constantinople (861, 867, 879)
    For the three Photian synods of 861 (deposition of Ignatius), 867 (attempted deposition of Nicholas I), and 879 (recognition of Photius as lawful patriarch), recognized by the Greeks as Eighth General Council in opposition to the council of 869-70, which they continue to abominate, see PHOTIUS.

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. . 1910.


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