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#460 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Two Leos

Political instability continues in the West as one emperor follows another. In the East, Emperor Leo I tries to find a way out of the controversy over Chalcedon but has problems with Timothy II of Alexandria, also known as Timothy the Cat. We finish the episode with a look at how Christians outside the Roman Empire reacted to the Christological Controversy.

Links:
Photo of bust of Emperor Leo I by Marie-Lan Nguyen.

Map of Western Empire under Emperor Majorian

Letter of Pope Leo I to Emperor Leo I opposing idea for a new council

Testimony of Pope Timothy II of Alexandria

History of Church by Evagrius Scholasticus – Chapter 9 has survey of Emperor Leo I

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#433 – A History of the Catholic Church – Alexander the Sleepless

The Eastern Roman Empire finds itself challenged by Alexander and the Sleepless Ones. Meanwhile, in Armenia, Saint Mesrop invents a new alphabet.

Links:
Gravesite of Mesrop Mashtots by Perland1

On the Sleepless Ones/Acoemetae

Life of Mesrop Mashtots

On the Armenian Alphabet

Daniel Folger Caner. Wandering, Begging Monks: Spiritual Authority and the Promotion of Monasticism in Late Antiquity. 2002.

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#433 – A History of the Catholic Church – Alexander the Sleepless