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Ignatios (monk sent to Rome by Michael VIII

Palaiologos), 59 Ignatios of Smolensk, 33 Ignatios the hesychast (Letter of Barlaam the

Calabrian to), 111 Ignatius Antony II (Hayek), Syrian Catholic patriarch, 517 Ignatius Moussa I (DaĆ¼d), Syrian Catholic patriarch, 518, 530, 534 Ignatius of Antioch, St, 584, 585 Ignatius Butrus VIII, Syrian Catholic patriarch, 518 Ignatius XXXVI (Elias II), Syrian patriarch, 514

Ignatius Zakka I (Iwas), Syrian Orthodox patriarch, 532, 534 Igumen Danyl, 217 Iliodor (Trufanov), 341, 344-5 illness, pilgrimages to assuage, 89 India

Armenian Christianity in, 442-3, 455

Chaldean Church and, 528

Church of the East, reunification of Indian

Church with, 526 Syriac churches in, 511, 514 Innocent III (pope), 16, 385 Innocent IV (pope), 418 Innocent VI (pope), 67 Innokentii (Beliaev), Russian bishop, 343 Innokentii (Borisov), Russian bishop, 331 intellectual activity vs. hesychasm, 102,110-13 interiority, Armenian spirituality based on, 412

inverted hearts, motif of,35

Ioakim (Russian patriarch), 305, 322-3

Ioann (Bulgarian monk of Great Lavra), 37

Ioanna Khrista-rad, 300

Ioannes of Pergamon (John Zizioulas), metropolitan, 585 Ioasaf (Russian patriarch), 310-11 Iona of Riazan (metropolitan of Moscow), 272 Iosif ofVolokolamsk, 259, 263, 269-71, 291, 293 Iov (Boretsky), Orthodox metropolitan of

Kiev, 306 Iov (first Russian patriarch), 275 Iran

Mongols in, 386,387

Nestorians in, 377-8,387. See also Nestorians

NewJulfa, Armenian community of,435-7,

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