Definition of Chorepiscopus. Meaning of Chorepiscopus. Synonyms of Chorepiscopus

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Definition of Chorepiscopus

Chorepiscopus
Chorepiscopus Cho`re*pis"co*pus, n.; pl. Chorepiscopi. [L., fr. Gr. ?; ?, ?, place, country + ? bishop. Cf. Bishop.] (Eccl.) A ``country' or suffragan bishop, appointed in the ancient church by a diocesan bishop to exercise episcopal jurisdiction in a rural district.

Meaning of Chorepiscopus from wikipedia

- is a rank of Christian clergy below bishop. The name c****piscope or c****piscopus (pl c****piscopi) is taken from the Gr**** Χωρεπίσκοπος and means "rural...
- (Gʼabryʻl) Welsh: Gabriel Gabriel of Kakheti (died 881), Prince and c****piscopus (bishop) of Kakheti Gabriel of Melitene (died 1102), ruler of Melitene...
- Grigol (Georgian: გრიგოლი) (died 827) was a Prince and C****piscopus of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 786 to 827. He seized control of Kakheti, ****heti...
- of the prin****lity of Kakheti ruled by a prince with the title of C****piscopus. For all practical purposes, the contemporary Arab sources used the...
- Bible. It was commissioned by Philoxenus of Mabbug and completed by his c****piscopus Polycarp. Philoxenos' revisions were initiated by concerns that some...
- (Georgian: ფადლა I) (died 893), of the Arevmaneli clan, was a Prince and c****piscopus of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 881 to 893. He attained to his office...
- dynasty (13th-14th century) Vache of Kakheti (died 839), prince and c****piscopus of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 827 to 839 Contemporary given name...
- Vache (Georgian: ვაჩე) (died 839) was a Prince and C****piscopus of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 827 to 839. He came of the Kvabulidze clan and was...
- which likewise had the name of a city [Glendalough] and had a certain c****piscopus. But he delivered the pallium to Dublin which was the best city and...
- P'adla II (Georgian: ფადლა II) (died 929 ) was a Prince and C****piscopus of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 918 to 929. He succeeded upon the death of...
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