[ nɪkˈi͡ə], [ nɪkˈiə], [ n_ɪ_k_ˈiə]
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How to use "Nicaea" in context?
The Christian Council of Nicaea first met in May of 325 C.E. and the first Ecumenical Council was held there in May of 381 C.E. The phrase "Concilium Nicaea" (meaning "Nicaea Council") is still used to identify the First Ecumenical Council.
At the Council, the Bishop of Rome, Constantine, presided over what has been called the "First Ecumenical Church Council." A number of documents were issued from the Council, including the Nicene Creed and the Chalcedonian Creed.
Homophones for Nicaea:
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