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Anazarbus

Titular metropolitan see of Cilicia

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Anazarbus, a titular metropolitan see of Cilicia (Lesser Armenia), suffragan of Antioch, known also to the ancients as Nova Troas, to the crusaders as Naversa, and to the Arabs as Ain-Zarba. Councils were held there in 431 and 435.


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