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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 810–893) Photius I was an Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, head of the Eastern Orthodox Churches. His elevation was the basis for a schism between the Eastern and Western Churches. Photius was crucial in compiling a collection of ecclesiastical law used in the East, similar to Gratian in the West.

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PEOPLE (see c. A.D. 810–893)

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