Letters of Pope Honorius to Sergius of Constantinople and other Monothelite Texts

The following is from “Sophronius of Jerusalem and Seventh-Century Heresy” by Pauline Allen, (Oxford University Press, 2009; pages 161-217). The even numbered pages have been left out as they are the Greek text. (Use of this material in this post is protected under Fair Use Laws).

Document 1: Cyrus, First Letter to Sergius; p. 161-163
Document 2: Sergius, First Letter to Cyrus; p. 163-167
Document 3: Cyrus’ “Announcement”; p. 169-173
Document 4: Cyrus, Second Letter to Sergius; p. 175-177
Document 5: Sergius, Second Letter to Cyrus; p. 177-183
Document 6: Sergius, First Letter to Pope Honorius; p. 183-195
Document 7: Pope Honorius, First Letter to Sergius; p. 195-205
Document 8: Pope Honorius, Second Letter to Sergius; p. 205-209
Document 9: Ekthesis of Emperor Heraclius; p. 209-217

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