Satala in Lydia
The city worshiped the typical mother and son pantheon found throughout Anatolia, and although a temple was built it did not mint coint as the town was only a village. It was part of a decapolis called the Katakekaumene, and May have been its religious center.
- Andrew(Council of Chalcedon)
- Elpidius of Satala banished after the Council of Constantinople
- Giuliano signed in 458 the letter of the bishops of Lydia to ' Emperor Leo I after the death of Proterius of Alexandria.
- Michael attended the Second Council of Nicaea (787) .
- Philip took part in the Council of Constantinople (879)
Today Satala Lidia survives as titular bishop of the Roman Catholic Church but the seat is vacant since 22 October 1819 .
- W. M. Ramsay, The Historical Geography of Asia Minor.(Cambridge University Press, 2010) p131.
- Joseph Bingham, The Antiquities of the Christian Church, 2 Volumes (1848)p400.
- Satala at Catholic heirachy.org.
- Richard Talbert, ed. (2000). Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. Princeton University Press. p. 56, and directory notes accompanying.
- Lund University. Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire.
- Richard Price, Michael Gaddis, The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, Volume 1 (Liverpool University Press, 2005) p91.
- Philostorgius, in Photius, Epitome of the Ecclesiastical History of Philostorgius, book 5, chapter 1.
- Socrates of Constantinople, Church History, book 2, chapter 42.
- Beschreibung auf catholic-hierarchy.org (englisch)
- Apostolische Nachfolge – Titularsitze
- Eintrag auf gcatholic.org
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