Adramyttium, a Greek-founded city in Asia Minor, became the seat of a Christian bishopricwhen it belonged to the Roman province of Asia Prima, whose capital was Ephesus, hence it was a suffragan of its Metropolitan.

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  • Adramyttium, a Greek-founded city in Asia Minor, became the seat of a Christian bishopricwhen it belonged to the Roman province of Asia Prima, whose capital was Ephesus, hence it was a suffragan of its Metropolitan. Of its bishops, Helladius took part in the Third Ecumenical Council of Ephesus]] in 431, Aurelius in a synod at Constantinople in 448, Flavianus in both the Robber Council of Ephesus in 449 and the Council of Chalcedon in 451. To bishop Iulianus, Hypatius of Ephesus dedicated one of his writings between 431 and 440. Theodorus was at the Third Council of Constantinople (680), Basilius at the Second Council of Nicaea (787) and Michael at the Council of Constantinople (869). The see itself appeared in all the Notitiae Episcopatuum from the 7th to the 13th century. (en)
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  • Adramyttium, a Greek-founded city in Asia Minor, became the seat of a Christian bishopricwhen it belonged to the Roman province of Asia Prima, whose capital was Ephesus, hence it was a suffragan of its Metropolitan. (en)
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  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Adramyttium (en)
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