Calendar overview 325
|First Council of Nicaea the Confession of Nicaea is worked out.||doctrine of the Trinity of Athanasius is bindingly established.|
|325 in other calendars|
|Buddhist calendar||868/869 (southern Buddhism); 867/868 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||50th (51st) cycle , year of the wood rooster乙酉 ( at the beginning of the year wood monkey 甲申)|
|Greek calendar||4th year of the 275th / 1st year of the 276th Olympiad|
|Jewish calendar||4085/86 (September 24/25)|
|Roman calendar||ab urbe condita MLXXVIII (1078); Diocletian Era : 41/42 (New Year November)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 635/636 (turn of the year April); Syria: 636/637 (turn of the year October)|
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||381/382 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- The Roman Emperor Constantine the Great has the deposed Emperor Licinius , interned in Thessaloniki , executed, even though he made an oath the previous year to spare his life.
- May 20 : In Nicea the Emperor begins Constantine the Great convened the first Council of Nicaea . Around 300 bishops with up to five assistants each are present. The subject of dispute is Arianism , which threatens to divide Christianity.
- July 25th : The council comes to an end. During its meeting it worked out the Confession of Nicaea , which defines the Atlantean doctrine of the Trinity . Jesus Christ is referred to as begotten from the being of the Father, begotten and uncreated and of being with the Father . The writings of Arius and his disciples are burned. Yet the conflict with Arianism is only dealt with superficially. The council also sets the date of Easter and the beginning of the spring festival. The year 325 is the basis for the calculations of Pope Gregory XIII. who designs the Gregorian calendar .
- around 325: Pachomios (the elder) founds a community of hermits with Palamon in Tabennisi near Thebes (Egypt) , from which the first monastery in the Christian world develops. Formulation of the first Christian order rule (angel rule). Subsequently he founds another eight male and two female monasteries.
- around 325: Oreibasios , late antique physician († 403 )
- 325 or 326 : Constantius Gallus , Roman Caesar († 354 )