Keizer Zeno had ook te kampen met religieuze problemen in zijn rijk. Zénon promet de ne pas faire couler son sang ni celui de sa famille et tient sa promesse : il les fait mourir de faim en Phrygie. Leo reacted by ordering Peter into exile and addressing to Zeno a law that forbade the monks from leaving their monasteries or fomenting rebellion (1 June 471). Brian Croke, "Dynasty and Ethnicity: Emperor Leo and the Eclipse of Aspar". Binnen het christendom ontstonden geleidelijk aan verschillende visies op de leer. [18], In January 475, Zeno was forced to flee Constantinople to Isauria with his wife and mother,[19] some Isaurian fellows and the Imperial treasure.

He thought that Tarasis and his Isaurians could be that counterweight, and called him, with many Isaurians, to Constantinople. Zeno understood that this offering was hiding further conspiracies, and convinced the Senate and army to declare Strabo a public enemy. [22][23][24], The western emperor Olybrius died in the autumn of 472. According to John Malalas, the dux Palestinae Asclepiades, whose troops were reinforced by the Caesarea-based Arcadiani of Rheges, defeated Justa, killed him and sent his head to Zeno.

The people of Constantinople also put the blame on him for a great fire that burned several parts of the city. Cette révolte a pour but de renverser Zénon et mettre sur le trône un usurpateur, Léontios. Ancient History Encyclopedia Limited is a non-profit company registered in the United Kingdom. Le 18 janvier 474, Léon Ier meurt et son petit-fils Léon II lui succède. [48] An anonymous Greek drama is modelled on this Latin Zeno, belonging to the so-called Cretan Theatre. For three days cries of "have pity on me!" Le musée de Fécamp conserve un tableau d'Henri Charrier (1887) représentant cet épisode : L'Impératrice Ariane aux derniers moments de l'empereur Zénon.

There is some doubt as to the timing of these events. They elected a Justa (or Justasa/Justasus) as their king and moved to Caesarea, where a significant Samaritan community lived. Tarasis had a wife, Arcadia, whose name indicates a relationship with the Constantinopolitan aristocracy, and whose statue was erected near the Baths of Arcadius, along the steps that led to Topoi. L'historien byzantin Jean Zonaras présente Zénon comme « de l'infâme nation des Isauriens, mal fait de corps, et d'esprit »[2]. There exist some solidi and tremisses in the name of "Zeno and Leo nob[ilissimus] caes[ar]". Agathias reproduit l'épigramme un demi-siècle plus tard, copie qui a été retrouvée et qui permet au jeu d'être reconstruit au XIXe siècle. Candidus places the banishment of Verina before the revolt of Marcian, and Theodore Lector assigns as the cause of it her share in the revolt of Basiliscus. Jordanes ascribes her hatred to another cause: he says that Illus had infused jealous suspicions into Zeno's mind which had led Zeno to attempt to end her life, and that her knowledge of these things stimulated her to revenge. [24], Zeno's plan was to have the two Theoderics attack each other.

In ecclesiastical history, Zeno is associated with the Henotikon or "instrument of union", promulgated by him and signed by all the Eastern bishops, with the design of solving the monophysite controversy. However, in 486 Theoderic revolted again and attacked Constantinople, severing the city's water supply. This all but eliminated the Germanic presence in the east.

He had Verina, who was his captive in Isauria, proclaim the Isaurian general Leontius as emperor. [33], After Theodoric Strabo died in 481, the future Theoderic the Great became king of the entire Ostrogoth nation and continued to be a source of trouble in the Balkan peninsula. Encyclopaedia Britannica's editors oversee subject areas in which they have extensive knowledge, whether from years of experience gained by working on that content or via study for an advanced degree.... Yemen takes its name from the Arabic word meaning "northerly.". The edict affirmed the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed (i.e., the Creed of Nicaea completed at Constantinople) as affording a common, final and united symbol or expression of faith. License. Please note that content linked from this page may have different licensing terms. Martyrius went to Constantinople to ask Leo for help, but, on returning to Antioch, he was informed that Peter had been elected bishop, and resigned (470).