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It was also one and undivided, until the early Ecumenical Councils.By the time of the Muslim conquest the Church in the East was already subdivided into various sects, although they seem to have continued to share in the use of the Holy Places.The non-Chalcedonian churches hold the Monophysite doctrine that in Christ there was but a single, divine nature.The Armenian Orthodox Church dates from the year 301 and the conversion of Armenia, the first nation to embrace Christianity.

The parishes are predominantly Arabic-speaking, and are served by Arab married priests as well as by members of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulcher.It is led by an archimandrite and consists of a small community of monks and nuns resident in Jerusalem.The Non-Chalcedonian churches are churches of the East - Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian and Syrian - that rejected the teaching of the Council of Chalcedon (451) on the double (divine and human) nature of Christ.After 1099 and the Crusader conquest, the (Orthodox) patriarchate of Jerusalem, already in exile, was removed to Constantinople.

Permanent residence in Jerusalem was not reestablished until 1845.

130 CE) by Hadrian as the Roman city of Aelia Capitolina.