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Augustopolis

Titular see of Palestine, suffragan of Petra

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* Published by Encyclopedia Press, 1913.


Augustopolis, a titular see of Palestine, suffragan of Petra. Its episcopal list (431-536) is given in Gams (p. 454). There were two other sees of the same name, one in Cilicia, a suffragan of Tarsus, the other in Phrygia (Asia Minor), suffragan of Synnada. Its episcopal list (Gams, p. 446) extends from 359 to 869.


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