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The Chronicle of SeertChristian Historical Imagination in Late Antique Iraq$

Philip Wood

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199670673

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670673.001.0001

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(p.262) Episcopal and Regnal Lists

(p.262) Episcopal and Regnal Lists

Source:
The Chronicle of Seert
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Bishops of Seleucia-Ctesiphon

  • ‘Papas’

  • Simeon bar Sebbaʿe (329–41)

  • Shahdost (341–3)

  • Barbaʿshemin (343–6)

  • vacant?

  • Tomarsa

  • vacant?

  • Qayoma

  • Ishaq (399–410), recognized as catholicos at Seleucia-Ctesiphon in 410

  • Ahai (410–14)

  • Iaballaha (415–20)

  • Maʿna (420)

  • Pharabokht (421), anti-catholicos

  • Dadishoʿ (421–?)

  • Babowai (?–484)

  • Acacius (485–96)

  • Babai (497–503)

  • Shila (503–23)

  • Elishe (524–37)

  • Narsai (524–37)

  • Paul (539)

  • Aba I (540–52)

  • Joseph (552–67), probably assumes the title of patriarch

  • Ezekiel (567–81)

  • Ishoʿyahb I, of Arzun (582–95)

  • Sabrishoʿ (596–604)

  • Gregory of Pherat (605–9)

  • vacant (609–28)

  • [Babai the Great (609–628)]

  • [Aba (609–28)]

  • Ishoʿyahb II, of Gdala (628–45)

  • Maremmeh (646–9)

  • Ishoʿyahb III, of Adiabene (649–59)

  • Giwargis I (661–80)

  • John bar Marta (680–3)

  • vacant (683–5)

  • Henanishoʿ I (686–98)

  • John the Leper (691–3), anti-catholicos

  • Vacant [698–714]

  • (p.263) Sliba-zkha (714–28)

  • vacant (728–31)

  • Pethion (731–40)

  • Aba II (741–51)

  • Surin(753), anti-catholicos

  • Jacob (753–73)

  • Henanishoʿ II (773–80): The patriarchate transfers to Baghdad.

  • Timothy (780–823)

  • Ishoʿ bar Nun (823–8)

Abbots of the Great Monastery of Izla

  • Abraham of Kashkar (571–88)

  • Dadishoʿ (588–604)

  • Babai the Great (604–28)

Directors of the School of Nisibis

  • Narsai (–503)

  • Elishe bar Qozbaye (503–10)

  • Abraham of Beth Rabban

  • John of Beth Rabban

  • Ishoʿyahb of Arzun

  • Abraham

  • Henana (571–612)

Sasanian Shahs

  • Ardashir I (224–41)

  • Shapur I (241–72)

  • Hormizd I (272–3)

  • Vahram I (273–6)

  • Vahram II (276–93)

  • Vahram III (293)

  • Narses (293–302)

  • Hormizd II (302–9)

  • Shapur II (309–79)

  • Ardashir II (379–83)

  • Shapur III (383–8)

  • Vahram IV (388–99)

  • Yazdegard I (399–420)

  • Vahram V (‘Gur’) (420–38)

  • Yazdegard II (438–57)

  • Hormizd III (457–9)

  • Peroz (457–84)

  • Valash (484–8)

  • (p.264) Kavad I (488–531)

  • Zamasp (496–8)

  • Khusrau I (‘Anushirvan’) (531–79)

  • Hormizd IV (579–90)

  • Vahram VI (‘Chobin’) (590–1)

  • Khusrau II (‘Aparvaz’) (591–628)

  • Kavad II (‘Shiroë’) (628–9)

  • Ardashir III (629)

  • Shahrbaraz (630)

  • Boran (630–1)

  • various short-lived shahs

  • Yazdegard III (632–52)

Eastern Roman Emperors

  • Arcadius (395–408)

  • Theodosius II (408–50)

  • Marcian (450–7)

  • Leo I (457–74)

  • Zeno (474–91)

  • Anastasius (491–518)

  • Justin I (518–27)

  • Justinian (527–65)

  • Justin II (565–78)

  • Tiberius (578–82)

  • Maurice (582–602)

  • Phocas (602–10)

  • Heraclius (610–41)