Something I have always found interesting is the whole Erasmus of Arcadia-John Wesley ordination topic.
The account goes something like this.
"By 1763, Wesley was desperate to obtain ordination for some of his lay preachers and when bishop after bishop refused, he took the dubious expedient -against the council of all his close friends and associates-of asking one Erasmus, who claimed to be bishop of Arcadia in Crete, to do the job. Erasmus knew no English, but agreed." - (English Spirituality in the Age of Wesley)
As far as I understand it, Orthodox Christians (and I agree), that John Wesley lost his place in the succession because he didn't operate as an Orthodox Christian. Correct me if I am wrong.
But I am interested in knowing more about this topic such as... Why would an Orthodox Bishop ordain an Anglican? What is the Orthodox view of Erasmus of Arcadia in general?