- In church
history, the term acephali
Gr****: ἀκέφαλοι akephaloi, "headless", singular
from ἀ- a-, "without", and κεφαλή...
- by the Blemmyes. They also became fictionalized
as a legendary
race of Acephali
who had eyes and mouths
chest. The peaceful...
- Abura-sumashi (****anese) - Creature
from a mountain
p**** in Kumamoto
(Gr****) - Headless
Folklore) - Disease-bringing...
Church, the Ancient British
Church, and the British Orthodox
The Blackwell Companion
and completely stifled
the new heresy
at its very outset. Archbishop Isidore strengthened religious
with the Catholic
of Addis Ababa Dyophysitism Acephali Henotikon
Three-Chapter Controversy Christ
- his household. Talos, a giant
man made out of bronze
/Headless men (Gr**** ἀκέφαλος akephalos, plural
ἀκέφαλοι akephaloi, from...
(Gr****: "without a head") may refer
to: Acephalous society Acephalous
vagantes; the general
term for those recognising
. The Oxford Dictionary
of the Christian Church mentions
as the main lines...
- against various sects
(Severians, Theodosians, Cainites
) he left eleven discourses
of Pope Leo I and the Council