Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Προτέριος Αλεξανδρείας»

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'''Proterius of Alexandria''' (d. [[457]]), [[List of Patriarchs of Alexandria|Patriarch of Alexandria]] ([[451]]-[[457]]), was elected by the [[Council of Chalcedon]] in [[451]] to replace [[Dioscorus of Alexandria]], who had been deposed by the same council (cf. [[Evagrius Scholasticus]], ''Ecclesiastical History'', book 2, chapter 5[http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/evagrius_2_book2.htm]). His accession marks the beginning of the [[Schism (religion)|Schism]] of 451 between the [[List of Coptic Popes|Coptic]] and the [[List of Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria|Orthodox]] patriarchs of Alexandria, which would lead to the formation of the [[Oriental Orthodox]]. Because the church of Alexandria was largely [[Monophysitism|monophysite]] the deposition of Dioscorus, a [[Monophysitism|monophysite]], from and the elevation of Proterius, a [[Council of Chalcedon|Chalcedonian]], to the patriarchate was violently opposed. Finally in [[457]] the [[Monophysitism|monophysite]] party in Alexandria elected [[Pope Timothy II of Alexandria|Timothy II Aelurus]] as patriarch, deposing Proterius, who was subsequently murdered (Evagrius, 2, 8[http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/evagrius_2_book2.htm]). He is regarded as a [[saint]] by the [[Eastern Orthodox Church]].
 
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