Diocese of Bodbe

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The [[Diocese]] of Bodbe is an ecclesiastical jurisdiction in [[Church of Georgia|Georgia]]. St. [[Nino of Georgia|Nino]], [[Enlightener]] of Georgia, [[Equal-to-the-Apostles]] (remembered on [[January 14]]), is buried here.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
There is burried in Bodbe St. [[Nino of Georgia|Nino]], [[Enlightener]] of Georgia, [[Equal-to-the-Apostles]] (remembered on [[January 14]]).
 
 
 
[[Image:Bodbe.jpg|thumb|left|Tomb of St. Nino, Enlightener of Georgia]]
 
[[Image:Bodbe.jpg|thumb|left|Tomb of St. Nino, Enlightener of Georgia]]
Diocese of Bodbe is founded in V c. In 506 Lazarus Mishop of Bodbe is comemorated at the list of Dvini Church Council participants. Due to having holy tomb of St. Nino in diocese, Bishop of Bodbe had privileges in the Kindgom of Georgia and before it, in the Kingdom of Kakheti as well.
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The Diocese of Bodbe was founded in the fifth century. In 506 Lazarus, Bishop of Bodbe, was recorded in a list of Dvini Church Council participants. Due to St. Nino's holy tomb being located in his diocese, the bishop of Bodbe had privileges in the Kingdom of Georgia and before that in the Kingdom of Kakheti as well.
  
Territory of diocese historically was called Kambechovani and its people “with bad character
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The diocese's territory historically was called Kambechovani and its people those “with bad character,

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The Diocese of Bodbe is an ecclesiastical jurisdiction in Georgia. St. Nino, Enlightener of Georgia, Equal-to-the-Apostles (remembered on January 14), is buried here.

History

Tomb of St. Nino, Enlightener of Georgia

The Diocese of Bodbe was founded in the fifth century. In 506 Lazarus, Bishop of Bodbe, was recorded in a list of Dvini Church Council participants. Due to St. Nino's holy tomb being located in his diocese, the bishop of Bodbe had privileges in the Kingdom of Georgia and before that in the Kingdom of Kakheti as well.

The diocese's territory historically was called Kambechovani and its people those “with bad character,

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