Dalisandus or Dalisandos (Ancient Greek: Δαλισανδός) was an ancient city and bishopric in eastern Pamphylia, in Asia Minor (Anatolia, Asian Turkey) and remains a Latin titular see.
It was situated near Lake Seydişehri in Turkey.
This Dalisandus is not mentioned in the Synecdemus, which does mention another Dalisandus in Isauria. However, it is included in the Notitiae Episcopatuum of the Patriarchate of Constantinople as a suffragan see of Side, the capital of the late Roman province of Pamphylia Prima.
No longer a residential bishopric, Dalisandus in Pamphylia is today listed by the Catholic Church as a Latin titular bishopric since the diocese was nominally restored in 1933.
It is vacant for decades, having had the following incumbents of the fitting Episcopal (lowest) rank:
Sources and references
- Raymond Janin, lemma '2. Dalisandos', in Dictionnaire d'Histoire et de Géographie ecclésiastiques, vol. XIV, 1960, coll. 26-27