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Heraclius offered the " keys of the Holy Sepulchre, those of the Tower of David and the banner of the Kingdom of Jerusalem ", but not the crown itself, to both Philip II of France and Henry II of England ; the latter, as a grandson of Fulk, was a first cousin of the royal family of Jerusalem, and had promised to go on crusade after the murder of Thomas Becket.
In this condemnation were included not only the Ecthesis ( the exposition of faith of the Patriarch Sergius for which the emperor Heraclius had stood sponsor ), but also the typus of Paul, the successor of Sergius, which had the support of the reigning Emperor ( Constans II ).
His full name was Yuhanna ( or Yanah ) ibn Mansur ibn Sarjun (), named for his grandfather Mansur, who had been responsible for the taxes of the region under the Emperor Heraclius.
By 610, the younger Heraclius had reached the vicinity of Constantinople, and most of the military loyal to Phocas had gone down in defeat or defected.
They also claim that William went to Rome to appeal to the Pope, where Heraclius had him poisoned.
Justinian hoped that this would contribute to a reunion between the Chalcedonians and monophysites in the eastern provinces of the Empire ; various attempts at reconciliation between the monophysite and orthodox parties were made by many emperors over the four centuries following the Council of Ephesus, none of them succeeding, and some, attempts at reconciliation, such as this — the condemnation of the Three Chapters — causing further schisms and heresies to arise in the process, such as the aforementioned schism of the Three Chapters, and the heresies of monoenergism and monotheletism — the propositions, respectively, that Christ had only one function, operation, or energy ( purposefully formulated in an equivocal and vague manner, and promulgated between 610 and 622 by the Emperor Heraclius under the advisement of Patriarch Sergius I of Constantinople ) and that Christ only had one will ( promulgated in 638 by the same ).
The Council settled a set of theological controversies that go back to the sixth century but had intensified under the Emperors Heraclius ( 610 – 641 ) and Constans II ( 641 – 668 ).
Coming to the imperial throne in 610, the patriarch had long since converted the emperor to the new doctrine, as by 622, Heraclius had communicated with Bishop Paul of Armenia where the emperor asserted that the energy, or the active force, of Christ was single.
Over the next few years Heraclius was preoccupied with his prosecution of the war against the Sassanids, but by 626 he had issued a decree to Arcadius, Bishop of Cyprus, requesting that he teach the doctrine of " one hegumenic energy ".
When news reached Heraclius of the Pope ’ s condemnation, he was already old and ill, and the news only hastened his death, declaring with his dying breath that the controversy was all due to Sergius, and that the patriarch had pressured him to give his unwilling approval to the Ecthesis.
The death of Heraclius in 641 had thrown the political situation in Constantinople into chaos, and his young grandson Constans II eventually succeeded him.
Heraclius had found a plain west of the Great Zab some distance from the ruins of Nineveh.
In the region of Saints Gaius and Eusebius are some crypts set apart, opposite each other, with the tombs of Pope Gaius ( with an inscription ) and Pope Eusebius, who died in Sicily where he had been exiled by Maxentius and whose body was translated to Rome during the pontificate of Militiades ; on a marble copy of the end of the 4th century ( of which fragments may be seen on the opposite wall ) may be read of an inscription by Damasus on the schism provoked by Heraclius over the matter of the lapsi.
Princeps, because of its republican connotation, was most commonly used to refer to the emperor in Latin ( although the emperor's actual constitutional position was essentially " pontifex maximus with tribunician power and imperium superseding all others ") as it was in keeping with the façade of the restored Republic ; the Greek word basileus (" king ") was modified to be synonymous with emperor ( and primarily came into favour after the reign of Heraclius ) as the Greeks had no republican sensibility and openly viewed the emperor as a monarch.
Emperor Constantine Porphyrogenitus claimed that Porga, duke of the Dalmatian Croats, who had been invited into Dalmatia by Heraclius, sent to Emperor Heraclius for Christian teachers.
Constans ' sons Constantine, Heraclius, and Tiberius had been associated on the throne since the 650s.
His brothers Heraclius and Tiberius had been crowned with him as Augusti during the reign of their father, and this was confirmed by the demand of the populace, but in 681 Constantine had them mutilated so they would be ineligible to rule.

Heraclius and set
Heraclius, son to the exarch of Africa, set sail for the city and assumed the purple.
In 1184, Torroja set out with Patriarch Heraclius and Grand Master Roger de Moulins of the Knights Hospitaller to gather European support for the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
In the meantime, however, reforms under Heraclius had stripped the prefect from a number of his subordinate financial bureaux, which were set up as independent departments under logothetes.

Heraclius and out
Heraclius drove the Persians out of Asia Minor and pushed deep into their territory, defeating them decisively in 627 at the Battle of Nineveh.
In 1187, Saladin invaded the kingdom, and when Guy marched out to meet him, he asked Heraclius to march along with him at the head of the army with the relic of the True Cross.
Forebears of Croatia's current Slav population settled there in the 7th century following the Avars, reportedly under instructions from Byzantine emperor Heraclius. However, that Avaro-Slavic alliance was conquered and wiped out from Croatia.
The same year, another Russo-Turkish broke out, and in May 1769, Solomon traveled to Tbilisi to meet with Heraclius II.

Heraclius and much
While the Persians proved largely successful during the first stages of the war, conquering much of the Levant, Egypt, and even parts of Anatolia, the ascendancy of Heraclius eventually led to the Persians ' demise.
After the reign of Emperor Heraclius and the loss of all of its overseas borders, Byzantine territories were pretty much limited to the Balkans and Anatolia.
Some of the treasure was sent to Heraclius ; much of the rest went to the exarch.

Heraclius and Empire
The Byzantine Emperor, Heraclius, promised to restore Jewish rights and received Jewish help in defeating the Persians, but he soon reneged on the agreement after reconquering Palestine by issuing an edict banning Judaism from the Byzantine Empire.
Despite a number of reforms, the Legion system survived the fall of the Western Roman Empire, and was continued in the Eastern Roman Empire until around 7th century, when reforms begun by Emperor Heraclius to counter the increasing need for soldiers around the Empire resulted in the Theme system.
* Byzantine Empire: August – Justinian II and his ally, the Bulgar khan Tervel, by-pass the Byzantine forces under Heraclius awaiting them and reach Constantinople.
* Byzantine Empire: The Byzantine general Heraclius defeats and destroys an Umayyad army at Sisium.
In 635, Kubrat signed a peace treaty with emperor Heraclius of the Byzantine Empire, expanding the Bulgar kingdom further into the Balkans.
Finally, in 627, the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius surrounded the city, the capital of the Sassanid Empire, leaving it after the Persians accepted his peace terms.
When Heraclius ' grandson Constans II took the throne, he saw the controversy as threatening the stability of the Empire and attempted to silence discussion, by outlawing speaking either in favour or against the doctrine.
The Byzantine emperor Heraclius tried to unite all of the various factions within the Empire with this new formula that was more inclusive and more elastic.
Yazdegerd sought an alliance with Emperor Heraclius, who was an old rival of the Persian Empire.
; 610-628: Jews of Galilee led by Benjamin of Tiberias gain autonomy in Jerusalem after revolting against Heraclius as a joint military campaign with ally Sassanid Empire under Khosrau II and Jewish militias from Persia, but are subsequently massacred.
However, during Heraclius ' ( 610 – 641 ) campaign in the Persian Empire in the 620s, mutual suspicion arose between Khosrau II and Shahrbaraz.
They were allowed to settle in the Byzantine Empire by its emperor Heraclius after their victory over the Avars.
However, most Catholic and Eastern Orthodox rites celebrate the Feast of the Cross on September 14, commemorating the day in 628 that the piece of the cross taken by the Persian Empire was recovered by the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius.
Furthermore, the ascendency of Heraclius in 610, in Constantinople, who truly emphasized the Laventine, and Greek nature of what remained of the Roman Empire, may have contributed to turning the Eastern Roman Empire into the medieval Byzantine Empire.
In 629 CE Emperor Heraclius, having changed the official language to Greek nine years earlier, adopted the title of basileus, previously used by Alexander the Great as a translations for emperor and it is thereafter used interchangeably ( and often in conjunction with ) autokrator in the Byzantine Empire.
During the last Byzantine – Sassanid Wars in 610, Heraclius became the emperor of the Byzantine Empire, after overthrowing Phocas.
By the time of Heraclius in the 7th century many of the titles had become obsolete ; by the time of Alexius I, many of the positions were either new or drastically changed, but they remained basically the same from Alexius ' reign to the fall of the Empire in 1453.
* 629: Byzantine Emperor Heraclius retakes Jerusalem, after the decisive defeat of the Sassanid Empire at the Battle of Nineveh ( 627 ).
Mubarakpuri further mentions that the emperor of the Byzantine Empire, Heraclius was preparing a force to demolish the growing Muslim power in the region.

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