The Fall of Rome and the Rise of the Papacy

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Names and Dates Emperors: Diocletian 284-305 Tetrarchy and Division of Empire Constantine 306—337 Edict of Milan 313 Constantinople 330 Theodosius 378-395 Romulus Augustulus 475-6 Popes: Damasus I 366-84 Leo I 440-61 Gregory I 590-604 Heresies Arianism Nestorianism Monophysitism Events: Council of Nicaea 325 (Nicene Creed) Council of Chalcedon 451 Apostolic succession Outline The Triple Tiara and Papal authority The order of bishops apostolic succession imperial association Constantinople Milan Capitals and Decline: Rome – Milan - Ravenna Popes and “rule”: Leo I Orthodoxy and Heresy Nicaea (Constantine) Chalcedon Popes and Empire: Gregory I Lombards (Arians) and the Emperor Conversion of Europe Papal Authority Triple tiara shows three levels of papal power. Symbol of beginning of the middle ages.
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