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Which Roman Emperor in 482 CE promoted the Henotikon or "instrument of union", signed by all Eastern bishops............

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Which Roman Emperor in 482 CE promoted the Henotikon or "instrument of union", signed by all Eastern bishops of the Christian Church with the design of solving the monophysite controversy about Jesus Christ's "nature"?

posted Sep 18, 2020 by Dilbagh

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Zeno the Isaurian
Zeno was named co-emperor of the Eastern Empire by his son Leo II when he acceded in early 474 and with a short break at the end of 474, when his son died, ruled until his death in 491.

answer Sep 20, 2020 by Rahul Vaidya
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