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El proceso de rehabilitación de Atanasio de Alejandría entre los concilios de Roma y Sárdica (341-343). Aspectos de un conflicto político y religioso entre Constante y Constancio II

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2021
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The problem of Athanasius of Alexandria was one of the trickiest political and religious issues emperor Constantine left to his heirs. After he was received in Rome after his second exile and rehabilitated by the Council of Serdica in 343, the fact that the Western clergy closed ranks around the cause of the Alexandrian patriarch and, collaterally, that of Marcellus of Ancyra, gave rise to a passionate reaction from their Eastern colleagues, who summoned a series of councils in which the conviction of the two clergymen was ratified in response. In this paper, we will analyse how this tension between the Eastern and Western clergies bled over into the political sphere, in which emperors Constans and Constantius II saw themselves embroiled in a religious dispute that would not be resolved until the death of the former and the full domination of the Empire by the latter.
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Athanasius of Alexandria (ca. 300-373), Marcellus of Ancyra (285-374), Synod of Tyre (335), Synod of Rome (341), Synod of Serdica (342), Constantius II (317-361), Constans (320/23-50)
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Alba López, Almudena: “El proceso de rehabilitación de Atanasio de Alejandría entre los concilios de Roma y Sárdica (341-343). Aspectos de un conflicto religioso y político entre Constante y Constancio II”, Annales Historiae Conciliorum 51/2 (2021), pp. 367-388. ISSN: 2702-8631 DOI: 10.17438/978-3-402-25668-8
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Facultad de Geografía e Historia
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Historia Antigua
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