St. Flavian, Bishop of Antioch (320 approx - 404), 'He that speech to bishops Flavian and Elias, is the tribune of the wicked Emperor Anastasius, who summoned a council of Sidon already. But the bishops dissented from the majority imperial desires: But you see as the tribune, and is wholly intent on persuading the holy bishops, who with great care to listen, but that 'their faces show the greatest intrepidity in defending the faith' . Festival on July 4. Lithograph by Philip Bigioli (1798 -1878), engraver John Wenzel, Rome 1843

Turchia

title: SAN FLAVIANO BISHOP OF ANTIOCH

subject date: 2012-07-29

caption: St. Flavian, Bishop of Antioch (320 approx - 404), 'He that speech to bishops Flavian and Elias, is the tribune of the wicked Emperor Anastasius, who summoned a council of Sidon already. But the bishops dissented from the majority imperial desires: But you see as the tribune, and is wholly intent on persuading the holy bishops, who with great care to listen, but that 'their faces show the greatest intrepidity in defending the faith' . Festival on July 4. Lithograph by Philip Bigioli (1798 -1878), engraver John Wenzel, Rome 1843

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image century : XIX

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