Nicaea, Second Council of


Nicaea, Second Council of
Nicaea, Second Council of
Seventh Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church, held in 787.

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  • Second Council of Nicaea — noun the seventh ecumenical council in 787 which refuted iconoclasm and regulated the veneration of holy images • Syn: ↑Nicaea • Hypernyms: ↑ecumenical council …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Nicaea — or Nikaia (Greek: Νίκαια) may be: The ancient name of several places, including: İznik, Turkey formerly Nicaea capital of the Empire of Nicaea Nice, France Nicaea, Locris, a fortress city of the Locri Epicnemidii Nicaea, Punjab, city in the… …   Wikipedia


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