Talk:Church of the Holy Apostles

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Is this the same church as Aghioi Apostoloi Mikroi? Or there were two churches for the Holy Apostles in Constantinople?

The Architects[edit]

The article says Anthemius and Isidorus the Older were the architects of the church. How come when Anthemius died around 534 and the church was built in 550? Could it be that the younger Isidorus built it? Anyway the info is not too certain. --Bollweevil 21:42, 23 May 2007 (UTC)

Every section of this site should begin with these words, "It is presumed or thought"[edit]

There exists no confirmed sources other than ones whose so called words, have mostly found their way to us today in mentions of others! Please offer me any real evidence that anyone mentioned in this article or series of articles, has a verified source? I mostly see sources who use the same unverfied sources as sources!

Would not the insertation of these words "It is thought" or "It is believed", or Some people have suggested or proposed thus!"

There has been "NO" archaeological work concerning the present site of what is now "presumed" to have been this edifice!

If I am wrong, then please present us with some "evidence" that can stand some scruntity! Regards, 96.19.147.40 (talk) 22:45, 3 April 2013 (UTC)Ronald L. Hughes

Tombs of Byzantine Emperors[edit]

By reading the text, it appears that something essential is missing in the article, i.e where are the tombs of all these people (beginning from Constantine I), someone can assume that they are still found there.Alexikoua (talk) 08:27, 23 March 2014 (UTC)