I guess Chalcedon can be a hot topic here, so be advised that I'm not interested in debating the results, just finding out where exactly the council was held: St Euphemia of Chalcedon.
I’m trying to identify the location of a church in old Chalcedon (Kadikoy), now a part of Istanbul. This is the information I have:
“The virgin St. Euphemia and her companions suffered martyrdom there, probably under Galerius (305-11). It is in her magnificent church that the Fourth General Council against Eutyches, known as the Council of Chalcedon (451), was held. This church was situated on the top of the hill at Ha+Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â»dar-Pasha (Haider Pasha); it was destroyed by Suleiman to build his mosque in Constantinople.”
So, can anyone identify this mosque for me?
BTW, I know there is also a church called "St. Euphemia near the Hippodrome" (ruins only) and possibly an existing, modern church called St. Euphemia, possibly in Kadikoy. It does not seem that this latter church in in the right location.