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Diocese of Asia
Diocese of Asia
Dioecesis Asiana
Diocese of the Roman Empire
314 - 535
Dioecesis Asiana 400 AD.png
The Diocese of Asia c. 400.
CapitalEphesus
Historical eraLate Antiquity
o Established
314
o Diocese abolished by Justinian I
535
Today part of Greece
 Turkey

The Diocese of Asia (Latin: Dioecesis Asiana, Greek: /?) was a diocese of the later Roman Empire, incorporating the provinces of western Asia Minor and the islands of the eastern Aegean Sea. The diocese was established after the reforms of Diocletian, was subordinate to the Praetorian prefecture of the East, and was abolished during the reforms of Justinian I in 535.

It was one of the most populous and wealthy dioceses of the Empire, and included 11 provinces:[1] Asia, Hellespontus, Pamphylia, Caria, Lydia, Lycia, Lycaonia, Pisidia, Phrygia Pacatiana, Phrygia Salutaria and Insulae.

List of known Vicarii Asiae

  • Flavius Ablabius (324-326)
  • Tertullianus (c. 330)
  • Veronicianus (334-335)
  • Scylacius (c. 343)
  • Anatolius (c. 352)
  • Araxius (353-354)
  • Germanus (360)
  • Italicianus (361)
  • Caesarius (362-363)
  • Clearchus (363-366)
  • Auxonius (366-367)
  • Musonius (367-368)

References

  1. ^ Alexander Demandt, Geschichte der Spätantike, Monachii 1998, p. 216.



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