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Abgar VIII of Edessa, also known as Abgar the Great or Abgar bar Ma'nu, was an Arab king of Osroene from 177-212 CE. Abgar the Great was most remembered for his alleged conversion to Christianity in about 200 CE and the declaration of Christianity as the official religion of the city at that time.It has been suggested that a cross shown on the tiara of Abgar VIII in coins he minted have Christian meaning.

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  • Abgar VIII. (Lucius Aelius Septimius Abgar VIII., der Große; † 212) war von etwa 177 bis zu seinem Tod König von Osrhoene mit der Hauptstadt Edessa, dem heutigen Şanlıurfa.
  • Abgar VIII de Edessa, também conhecido como Abgar, o Grande, foi um rei assírio de Osroena. Ele é lembrado principalmente por sua alegada conversão ao Cristianismo em aproximadamente 200 dC Assim que morreu, em 212 dC, ele foi sucedido por seu filho Abgar IX, de sobrenome Severus, seguindo uma moda romana de então. Porém, Abgar Severus tenha sido convocado com seu filho até Roma em 213 dC e assassinado por ordem do imperador romano Caracala, que um ano depois encerrou a independência de Osroena e incorporou o país como uma província no Império Romano.
  • Абгар VIII — ассирийский царь Осроены. В ряде источников он упоминается как Абгар VIII Великий, поэтому зачастую происходит смешение Абгара VIII и Абгара IX. После смерти Абгара VIII в 212 году на престол вступил его сын Абгар IX, получивший прозвище Severus в соответствии с модой на римские имена, господствовавшей в то время.
  • Abgar VIII of Edessa, also known as Abgar the Great or Abgar bar Ma'nu, was an Arab king of Osroene from 177-212 CE. Abgar the Great was most remembered for his alleged conversion to Christianity in about 200 CE and the declaration of Christianity as the official religion of the city at that time.It has been suggested that a cross shown on the tiara of Abgar VIII in coins he minted have Christian meaning.
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