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According to Paul the Deacon's 8th century work Historia Langobardorum, the Langobards migrated southward from Scandinavia led by Ibur and Aio, while Saxo Grammaticus records in his 12th-century work Gesta Danorum that this migration was prompted by Aggi and Ebbi.
According to the legendarium recorded in the 12th-century Gesta Treverorum, the city was founded by an eponymous otherwise unrecorded Trebeta, an Assyrian prince, placing the city's founding legend centuries before and independently of ancient Rome: a medieval inscription on the facade of the Red House in Trier market,
According to William of Tyre, the later 12th-century chronicler of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, Godfrey was " tall of stature, not extremely so, but still taller than the average man.
According to the Gesta Regis Stephani, a 12th-century historical text, Roger de Beaumont died on hearing the news that his wife had handed over the castle.
According to the 12th-century Byzantine historian Anna Comnena, the Vlachs founded the independent state of Great Walachia, which covered the Pindus Mountain ranges and part of Macedonia.
According to the late 12th-century Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja, Svatopluk had been crowned " king in the Roman fashion on the field of Dalma " in the presence of a papal legate, cardinals, and bishops.

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According to Nemesius, a bishop and Neoplatonist c. 400, Ammonius held that the soul was immaterial.
According to tradition, Paul ordained Titus bishop of Gortyn in Crete.
According to recent academics, Athanasius, growing impatient, took a small number of bishops who supported his claim, and held a private consecration making him bishop.
According to the terms of the compromise, the election of bishops and abbots was to follow proper procedure, that is, the canons of the cathedral were to elect the bishop.
According to some ancient Greek collections, canons 29 and 30 are attributed to the council: canon 29, which states that an unworthy bishop cannot be demoted but can be removed, is an extract from the minutes of the 19th session ; canon 30, which grants the Egyptians time to consider their rejection of Leo's Tome, is an extract from the minutes of the fourth session.
According to the church historian Eusebius, the Quartodeciman Polycarp ( bishop of Smyrna, by tradition a disciple of John the Evangelist ) debated the question with Anicetus ( bishop of Rome ).
According to Eusebius of Caesarea in the Ecclesiastical History, he served as the first bishop of Crete.
According to Orthodox teaching the position of “ First Among Equals ” gives no additional power or authority to the bishop that holds it, but rather that this person sits as organizational head of a council of equals ( like a president ).
According to the third Canon of the second ecumenical council: " Because it is new Rome, the bishop of Constantinople is to enjoy the privileges of honor after the bishop of Rome.
According to some accounts Friele was a goldsmith for the bishop at Mainz, but most likely, he was involved in the cloth trade.
According to legend, the Armenian-born Saint Servatius, bishop of Tongeren, died in Maastricht in 384 and was buried there along the Roman road, outside the castrum.
According to Gregory of Tours it was bishop Monulph who, around 570, built the first stone church on the grave of Servatius, the present-day Basilica of Saint Servatius.
According to later tradition, Paul consecrated Timothy as bishop of Ephesus in the year 65, where he served for 15 years.
According to McGuckin, Memnon, as bishop of Ephesus, commanded the " fervent and unquestioned loyalty " of the local populace and thus could count on the support of local factions to counterbalance the military might of Candidian's troops.
According to the Council of Chalcedon which took place in 451, the local bishop as well as the bishops of Amathus and Arsinoe were involved in the foundation of the city, which would be known by the names of Theodosiana and Neapolis.
According to " Subsistit in " in Lumen Gentium, the Patriarch is a validly consecrated bishop in Roman ecclesiology, and there is merely an imperfect ecclesial communion between Constantinople and Rome, which exists nevertheless and which may be improved at some point in history.
According to Hughes, the paruchia, or network of monasteries attached to an abbey, replaced the diocese as the chief administrative unit of the church, and the position of abbot largely replaced that of bishop in authority and prominence.
According to Palladius, the 5th-century bishop and historian, Didymus remained a layman all his life and became one of the most learned ascetics of his time.
According to Alfred the Great's biographer, the Welsh monk and bishop, Asser, Alfred's wife, Ealhswith, was descended from Coenwulf through her mother, Eadburh, though Asser does not say which of Coenwulf's children Eadburh descends from.
According to scholar Elaine Pagels, " In AD 367, Athanasius, the zealous bishop of Alexandria ... issued an Easter letter in which he demanded that Egyptian monks destroy all such unacceptable writings, except for those he specifically listed as ' acceptable ' even ' canonical ' — a list that constitutes the present ' New Testament '".
According to legend, the bishop had a dream about where to build the city.
According to the fourteenth-century chronicler, John of Fordun, Malcolm III, King of Scotland ( reign 1058 – 93 ) married his second bride, the Anglo-Hungarian princess, Saint Margaret, at the church in Dunfermline between 1068 and 1070 ; the ceremony was performed by Forhad, the last Celtic bishop of St Andrews.

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According to Herodotus, an Athenian runner named Pheidippides was sent to run from Athens to Sparta to ask for assistance before the battle.
According to Epiphanius Scholasticus, he was born in Athens, but there is also a tradition of an Alexandrian birth.
According to Pausanias ( 2nd century AD ), the torch relay, called lampadedromia or lampadephoria, was first instituted at Athens in honor of Prometheus.
According to Pausanias, someone named Oenobius was able to get a law passed allowing Thucydides to return to Athens, presumably sometime shortly after the city's surrender and the end of the war in 404 BC.
According to Plutarch's Life of Theseus, the ship Theseus used on his return from Crete to Athens was kept in the Athenian harbor as a memorial for several centuries.
According to the book of Acts, contained in the Christian New Testament, when the Apostle Paul visited Athens, he saw an altar with an inscription dedicated to that god, and, when invited to speak to the Athenian elite at the Areopagus gave the following speech:
According to Herodotus, upon encountering the deserted city, in an fit of rage uncharacteristic even for Persian kings, Xerxes had Athens burned.
According to Coubertin, " the Crown Prince Constantine learned with great pleasure that the Games will be inaugurated in Athens.
According to this account, bonds of kinship rather than local loyalties were the decisive influence on events in archaic Athens.
According to Solon the poet, Solon the reformer was a voice for political moderation in Athens at a time when his fellow citizens were increasingly polarized by social and economic differences:
According to a surviving fragment from a work (" Brothers ") by the comic playwright Philemon, Solon established publicly funded brothels at Athens in order to " democratize " the availability of sexual pleasure.
According to the Liber Pontificalis, Hyginus was a Greek born in Athens.
According to the legal practice of classical Athens, Creon is obliged to marry his closest relative ( Haemon ) to the late king's daughter in an inverted marriage rite, which would oblige Haemon to produce a son and heir for his dead father in law.
( According to Walter Burkert in The Orientalizing Revolution, literacy explodes within a few decades after 750 BC: " The earliest Greek letters recognized to date originate in Naxos, Ischia, Athens, and Euboea, and appear around or a little before 750 ".
According to the provisions of the decree, Megarian merchants are to be excluded from the market of Athens and the ports in its empire.
According to this treaty, Megara is to be returned to the Peloponnesian League, Troezen and Achaea become independent, Aegina is to become a tributary to Athens but autonomous, and disputes are to be settled by arbitration.
According to an Athenian version of the legend, Minos attacked Athens after his son was killed there.
According to the 2001 census, Piraeus had a population of 175, 697 people within its administrative limits, making it the third largest municipality in Greece and the second largest within the urban area of the Greek capital, following the municipality of Athens.
According to Nicole Loraux, who compares Athens and Paris, it was probably better to be an Athenian Metic, than an immigrant in 1990s France.
According to the Texas Legislature, Athens is the " Original Home of the Hamburger ".
Deification as the End and Fulfillment of Salvation According to St. Maximos the Confessor — Source: Τὸ Μυστήριον ... mystery of salvation according to St. Maximos the Confessor ( Athens: 1975 ), pp. 180 – 196
According to John Moorhead, the traditional view is that Boethius studied in Athens based on Cassiodorus's rhetoric describing Boethius ' learning in one of his letters.
According to Plutarch this was to his benefit, as Nicias was able to avoid the worst of Athens ' misfortunes, both military and political.
According to the disputed statements of the ancient writers and some modern scholars, in Athens Aspasia became a hetaera and probably ran a brothel.

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