Diogenes of Byzantium

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'''Diogenes''' (Gr: Διογένης, d. 129?) was the bishop of Byzantium for approximately fifteen years (114-129 A.D). He succeeded Bishop [[Sedecion of Byzantium|Sedecion]]. He was in office during the rule of Trajan and Hadrian. Very little is known of him.
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'''Diogenes''' (Gr: Διογένης, d. 129?) was the [[bishop]] of Byzantium for approximately fifteen years (114-129 A.D). He succeeded Bishop [[Sedecion of Byzantium|Sedecion]]. He was in office during the rule of Trajan and Hadrian. Very little is known of him.
  
 
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Diogenes (Gr: Διογένης, d. 129?) was the bishop of Byzantium for approximately fifteen years (114-129 A.D). He succeeded Bishop Sedecion. He was in office during the rule of Trajan and Hadrian. Very little is known of him.

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Diogenes of Byzantium
Preceded by:
Sedecion
Bishop of Byzantium (Constantinople)
114-129
Succeeded by:
Eleutherios
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