Tiberios 7

Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire
FloruitM/L VII
Dates678 (taq) / 678 (tpq)
Variant NamesTiberius
LocationsAntioch (Syria) (workplace);
TitlesNotarios (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)

Tiberios 7 was a deacon and notarios; in 678 he accompanied bishops Zacharias 2 and Georgios 35 to Constantinople; they were sent by the patriarch of Antioch, Makarios 1, with a document for the patriarch of Constantinople, which apparently Tiberios took down at Makarios's dictation, in shorthand (ὑπαναγνωστικὸν διὰ σημείων, καὶ ἐξέλαβεν ὁ εἷς ἡμῶν Τιβέριος διάκονος καὶ νοτάριος); the fact came to light when their report was produced at the twelfth session of the Third Council of Constantinople (the Sixth Ecumenical Council), in 681: Riedinger, p. 526 (= Mansi XI 524). The two bishops were both from Isauria but Tiberios presumably served under Makarios 1, in Antioch.

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