Not a different turn of events might appear more desirable to Patriarch Ignatius. Just at this time, Ward had the misfortune to fall in love with her daughter, for her sake, he even left his wife; followed scandal, it began to say to all the corners of the streets of Constantinople. Ignatius Ward excommunicated from the church, and on the feast of Epiphany in 858 refused him communion. From this point on Ward began to wait for an opportunity to avenge the patriarch. The case was presented, when the emperor decided to send his mother with his unmarried sisters in the convent. When he ordered Ignatius to shave their heads, then I met the categorical denial. Ward gave basil understand what it could mean only one thing: the patriarch and the Empress politically united against Michael. Ignatius was detained and then deported - without trial - to his monastery.
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