- In church
history, the term acephali
Gr****: ἀκέφαλοι akephaloi, "headless", singular
from ἀ- a-, "without", and κεφαλή...
descendants. They also became fictionalized
as a legendary
race of Acephali
(the "Headless") who had eyes and mouths
chest. The Gr**** geographer...
Church, the Ancient British
Church, and the British Orthodox
The Blackwell Companion
- Abura-sumashi (****anese) - Creature
from a mountain
p**** in Kumamoto
(Gr****) - Headless
(Indian Folklore) - Disease-bringing...
- with the Roman 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...
and completely stifled
the new heresy
at its very outset. Archbishop Isidore strengthened religious
vagantes; the general
term for those recognising
. The Oxford Dictionary
of the Christian Church mentions
as the main lines...
- Tome, Bishop Julian
of Halicarn****us, the Agnoetae, the Meletians, the Acephali
, the Gaianites
(supporters of a rival
- Nestorians twelve anathematisms against
a treatise against
(Monophysites). The "Professio de Christo", printed
as a separate