See also:AGDE (Concilium Agathense).—With the permission of the West Goth Alaric II.
See also:thirty-five bishops of
See also:southern Gaul assembled in
See also:person or sent deputies to Agde on the 11th of
See also:September 5o6 . Caesarius,
See also:bishop of Axles, presided . The
See also:forty-seven genuine canons of the synod
See also:deal with discipline,
See also:life, the alienation of ecclesiastical
See also:property and the treatment of Jews . While favouring sacerdotal celibacy the council laid rather rigid restrictions on monasticism . It commanded that the laity communicate at
See also:Easter and Whitsuntide . The canons of Agde are based in
See also:part on earlier Gallic,
See also:African and
See also:Spanish. legislation; and some of them were re-enacted by later
See also:councils, and found their way into collections such as the Hispana, Pseudo-Isidore and
See also:Gratian . See Mansi viii . 319 ff . ;
See also:Hefele, Conciliengeschichte, 2nd edition, ii . 649 if . (
See also:translation, iv . 76 ff.); Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopadie, i .
SYNESIUS (c. 373-c. 414)
SYNOD (Gr. vbvobos)
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