Henoticon, The, or Instrument of Union, a document owing its existence to The "Henoticon" was directed to the bishops and people in Alexandria, Egypt, Libya. Hawthorn - Eternal Lord. Blood YearBlood CdMetal Un BlackEternal Lord2010 FemaleLord AlbumCd 2010Lord ChristianSymphonic Black. Hawthorn - Eternal. Dec 13, 2010 Thw Henoticon (“act of union”) was a document issued by the Eastern Roman Emperor Zeno in 482 in an attempt to reconcile the differences. Apr 15, 2015 Known as the Henoticon, the letter endorsed the decrees of the councils of Nicaea and Constantinople, condemned the heretics Nestorius and.
The Henotikon was a christological document issued by Byzantine emperor Zeno in 482, in an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile the differences between the. The story of the Henoticon forms a chapter in that of the Monophysite heresy in the fifth and sixth centuries. It is the name of the unhappy and unsuccessful law.