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The '''''Typos''''' of Emperor [[Constans II]] was an Imperial edict issued by him in September of 647 or 648 and meant to supersede [[Heraclius]]' ''[[Ecthesis]]''.
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The '''''Typos''''' of Emperor [[Constans II]] was an Imperial edict issued by him in September of 647 or 648 and meant to supersede [[Heraclius]]' ''[[Ecthesis]]''. "Typos" is short for "Typos tes pisteos" or "Pattern of the Faith."
  
It was probably the work of Patriarch [[Paul of Constantinople]] (r. 641-653).  Attempting to secure peace during the [[Monothelitism]] controversy, it forbade the teaching of either the heretical [[Monothelitism]] or the Orthodox [[Dyothelitism]], requiring that teaching should be limited only to that which had been decreed at the first five [[Ecumenical Councils]].
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It was probably the work of [[Patriarch]] [[Paul II of Constantinople|Paul of Constantinople]] (r. 641-653), commissioned by the emperor.  Attempting to secure peace during the [[Monothelitism]] controversy, it forbade the teaching of either the [[heresy|heretical]] Monothelitism or the Orthodox [[Dyothelitism]], requiring that teaching should be limited only to that which had been decreed at the first five [[Ecumenical Councils]].
  
When Pope St. [[Martin of Rome]] refused to accept the ''Typos'', he was deposed and exiled to Crimea in 655.  St. [[Maximus the Confessor]] earned exile to Thrace in 653 for his own refusal to sign.
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When Pope St. [[Martin the Confessor|Martin of Rome]] refused to accept the ''Typos'', he was deposed and exiled to Crimea in 655.  St. [[Maximus the Confessor]] earned exile to Thrace in 653 for his own refusal to sign.
 
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The text of the ''Typos'' is preserved in the ''Acta'' of the [[Lateran Council of 649]].
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The text of the ''Typos'' is preserved in the ''Acta'' of the [[Lateran Council|Lateran Council of 649]].
  
 
==Source==
 
==Source==
''The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (3rd ed.)'', p. 1649
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*''The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (3rd ed.)'', p. 1649
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==External link==
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*[http://home.iprimus.com.au/xenos/maximosconfessor.html Transfer of the Relics of St Maximos the Confessor] ([[GOAA]])
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:14, February 1, 2012

The Typos of Emperor Constans II was an Imperial edict issued by him in September of 647 or 648 and meant to supersede Heraclius' Ecthesis. "Typos" is short for "Typos tes pisteos" or "Pattern of the Faith."

It was probably the work of Patriarch Paul of Constantinople (r. 641-653), commissioned by the emperor. Attempting to secure peace during the Monothelitism controversy, it forbade the teaching of either the heretical Monothelitism or the Orthodox Dyothelitism, requiring that teaching should be limited only to that which had been decreed at the first five Ecumenical Councils.

When Pope St. Martin of Rome refused to accept the Typos, he was deposed and exiled to Crimea in 655. St. Maximus the Confessor earned exile to Thrace in 653 for his own refusal to sign.

The text of the Typos is preserved in the Acta of the Lateran Council of 649.

Source

  • The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (3rd ed.), p. 1649

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