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Leo IV

(866—912)


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(866–912),

Byzantine Emperor from 886, known as Leo the Philosopher. He banished Photius, Patr. of Constantinople, thus restoring normal relations with the W. His extensive writings include over 40 sermons, including two attacking the Double Procession of the Holy Spirit, and hymns and treatises in honour of the BVM.

Subjects: Christianity.


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