John bar ʿAbdun - [ Syriac Not Available ] (d. 1033)
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In hagiography: John Bar ʿAbdun was Patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox church, and he had a life fraught with difficulty. He was accused of attracting Chalcedonians to the Syrian Orthodox, and he was brought to Constantinople to be condemned by the Chalcedonians. He was slapped in the church of Hagia Sophia by the Melkite Bishop John of Melitene. He died in exile in Thrace and was honored as a martyr by the Syrian Orthodox.
- John bar ʿAbdun
- JEAN BĀR 'ABDŪN1
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- 1 Jean Maurice Fiey, Saints Syriaques (Princeton, N.J.: The Darwin Press, Inc., 2004), entry: 236.
- 3 Gilbert Dagron, Minorités ethniques et religieuses dans l'Orient byzantin à la fin du Xe siècle et au XIe siècle l'immigration syrienne (Paris: E. De Boccard, 1976)., : 6 (1976), 177-210.
- 4 Enciclopedia dei santi: le chiese orientali [= Bibliotheca sanctorum orientalium] (Roma: Città nuova, 1998)., : I, llll-12.
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Bibliography:Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent et al., “John bar ʿAbdun.” In Qadishe: A Guide to the Syriac Saints, edited by Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent and David A. Michelson. Vol. 1 of Gateway to the Syriac Saints, edited by Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent et al.. Syriaca.org, 2016-. Entry published August 17, 2016. http://syriaca.org/person/1306.
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