, under the expansionist duke Romuald II, resumed hostilities by capturing Cumae in 717, cutting Rome off from Naples. 47 Regardless, Gregory was still a devoted and vigorous defender of the empire. 9 Gregory maintained an interest in Bavaria; in 726 he forced an unwilling Corbinian, after reviewing his appeal through a synod, to abandon his monastic calling, and become Bishop of Freising, in upper Bavaria. Involving a duke named Basil, the Chartoularios Jordanes, and a subdeacon named Lurion, the departure of Marinus paused the plot, only to see it resume with the arrival of the new exarch, Paul. The dogmas of the Church are not a matter for the emperor, but for the bishops." 42 In 728, Leo sent to Italy a new exarch, Eutychius, to try to retrieve the situation. Charles however, did not respond to the request. Literature edit Ekonomou, Andrew., Byzantine Rome and the Greek Popes: Eastern Influences on Rome and the Papacy from Gregory the Great to Zacharias,.D. 21 Then in 725, upon Donatus death, the Grado patriarchate was usurped by Peter, the Bishop of Pola. 18 In 721, Gregory held a synod in Rome, for the purpose of fixing issues around illegitimate marriages. New York: Robert Appleton. 13 After examining Bonifaces written profession of faith, Gregory was satisfied enough that he made Boniface a bishop in November 722, and returned him to Germany to continue his mission. Ilmercatone ti propone ogni giorno nuovi annunci di ragazze attraenti, disinibite, troie, prorompenti e disponibili in cerca di incontri con preliminari al naturale. Here, the two reached an agreement, known as the Donation of Sutri, whereby Sutri and some hill towns in Latium (see Vetralla ) were given to the Papacy. Though you have so excellent a high priest, our brother Germanus, whom you ought to have taken into your counsels as father and teacher. Sei alla ricerca di uomini o donne a Varese con cui fare conoscenza? As a result of this meeting, Gregory gave specific instructions to his delegates who were to travel to Bavaria, coordinate with the duke, and establish a local church hierarchy, overseen by an archbishop.