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Definition of Paulician

Paulician
Paulician Pau"li*cian, n. [Etymol. uncertain.] (Eccl. Hist.) One of a sect of Christian dualists originating in Armenia in the seventh century. They rejected the Old Testament and the part of the New.

Meaning of Paulician from wikipedia

- Paulicians (Old Armenian: Պաւղիկեաններ, Pawłikeanner; Gr****: Παυλικιανοί; Arab sources: Baylakānī, al Bayāliqa البيالقة) were a Christian adoptionist sect...
- The Paulician dialect is a Bulgarian dialect of the Rhodopean group of the Rup dialects. The Paulician dialect is spoken by some 40,000 people, nearly...
- was fought in 872 or 878 between the Byzantine Empire and the Paulicians. The Paulicians were a Christian sect which—****cuted by the Byzantine state—had...
- Marcionism and Paulicianism, a sect in the same geographical area, indicate that Marcionist elements may have survived. Paulicianism began in the mid-7th...
- and may have also had roots in the Paulician movement in Armenia and eastern Byzantine Anatolia through Paulicians resettled in Thrace (Philipopolis)...
- front, the Empire rebuilt its defences and went on the offensive. The Paulicians were defeated and their capital of Tephrike (Divrigi) taken, while the...
- The Key of Truth is a text identified as a manual of a Paulician (Tondrakian) church in Armenia. Frederick Conybeare first identified the 1782 m****cript...
- The Astati were a Paulician sect in the 9th century, the followers of Sergius, who renewed the beliefs of Manichaeism. They prevailed much under Emperor...
- sects of the Bogomils and the Paulicians revolted and made common cause with the Pechenegs from beyond the Danube. Paulician soldiers in imperial service...
- considered they are descendants of native Eastern Orthodox Bulgarians, and Paulicians who also previously converted to Orthodoxy and Catholic faith, who converted...
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