List of Bishops of Hierapolis in Asia

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== Bishops of Hierapolis in Phrygia ==
 
== Bishops of Hierapolis in Phrygia ==
* No records.
 
 
*[[Papias of Hierapolis]] (??-155)
 
*[[Papias of Hierapolis]] (??-155)
 
*[[Abercius of Hieropolis]] (155-167?)
 
*[[Abercius of Hieropolis]] (155-167?)
 
*[[Apollinaris of Hierapolis]] , also known as Apollinaris the Apologist or Apollinarius Claudius (160-180?)
 
*[[Apollinaris of Hierapolis]] , also known as Apollinaris the Apologist or Apollinarius Claudius (160-180?)
*[blank records]
 
 
*[[Alexander of Hierapolis (third century)|Alexander of Hierapolis]] c. 253
 
*[[Alexander of Hierapolis (third century)|Alexander of Hierapolis]] c. 253
 
*[[Alexander of Hierapolis (fifth century)|Alexander of Hierapolis]] c. 431  
 
*[[Alexander of Hierapolis (fifth century)|Alexander of Hierapolis]] c. 431  
  
 
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Province of Asia within the Roman Empire - Year 400

Hierapolis of Phrygia was a bishopric seat known as the New Testament Roman province of Asia. It is located in ancient Phrygia, Turkey. Mentioned only in Colossians 4:13 where Epaphrus agonized for the Christians here.


Bishops of Hierapolis in Phrygia


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