In Aenean theology and ecclesiology, the apostles (Greek: ἀπόστολος, translit. apóstolos, lit. 'one who is sent away'), better known as the Seven Apostles, were the primary historical and canonical followers of Aeneas of Larissa, harbourer of the Truth of God and progenitor of the Aenean faith. After the death of Aeneas, they would go on to further spread the Aenean teachings and founded the Aenean Church.

They would seek to emulate the actions of the original apostles, those who had followed Jesus of Nazareth and witnessed his resurrection. In essence, their post-Aeneas leader was Saint Maurice, who assumed the position of Aenean Bishop of Rome.

Known apostles

Name Cause of Death Notes
Maurice of Orvieto Natural causes Was the first Aenean Bishop of Rome; assumed leadership after the death of Aeneas. Like Aeneas, he was also a non-magical man.
Theodosius of Athens Consumption Dedicated himself to spreading the Aenean faith amongst his fellow wizards.
Manuel of Constantinople Martyred by the northern pagan tribes Was the first Aenean Patriarch of Constantinople; also the first of the apostles to be martyred.
Eirene of Cyrenaica Martyred by a mob of wizards Founded and became the first Aenean Pope of Alexandria, despite being a woman.
Andrew of Jerusalem Natural causes Became the first Aenean Patriarch of Jerusalem.
Fatimah of Medina Natural causes Dedicated herself to spreading the Aenean faith amongst the wizards of the middle-east.
Joseph of Apulia Smallpox Was the first Aenean Patriarch of Antioch.