As Lewis Ayres shows in his book Nicaea and its Legacy, there were numerous points of disagreement and dissent.
I have sent her with a fitting escort, for she is the mother of a hero, to Nicaea, where the climate is warm.'
He was immediately arrested and hurried to Nicaea in Bithynia.
His health was already impaired by the fatigues of the journey, and he died at the city of Nicaea, in the year 1035.
After the capture of Nicaea, the field-army of Kilij Arslan had to be met.
Not perhaps of the God of Nicaea, but what did these poor little quibblings and definitions of the theologians matter?
They chose for the meeting a part of the sea-shore, in the Malian gulf, near Nicaea.
These last are also found at Nicaea, and at the monastery of St Luke.
Although defeated at the council of Nicaea, the Arians were by no means subdued.
Thus it is claimed that Hosius of Cordova presided over the council of Nicaea in the name of the pope.