Georgios 35

Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire
FloruitM/L VII
Dates678 (taq) / 678 (tpq)
PmbZ No.1967
Variant NamesGeorgius
Adrasos (Isauria) (officeplace);
Adrasos (Isauria)
TitlesBishop, Adrasos (Isauria) (office)
Textual SourcesConstantinople, Third Council of (Sixth Ecumenical Council), ed. R. Riedinger, Concilium Universale Constantinopolitanum Tertium, ACO II.2. 1 (Berlin, 1990-1992); also cited from Mansi XI passim (conciliar)

Georgios 35 was bishop of Adrasos in Isauria; in 678 he was sent with Zacharias 2 and Tiberios 7 to Constantinople by the patriarch of Antioch, Makarios 1, to see the patriarch of Constantinople; the fact was revealed in a report by them, dated September 22, indiction seven (i.e. 678), which came to light at the twelfth session of the Third Council of Constantinople (the Sixth Ecumenical Council), in 681: Riedinger, p. 526, line 9 (= Mansi XI 524). No bishop of Adrasos is attested at the Council; it is not clear therefore if Georgios was still bishop in 681.

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