Between the Provincial Synods and the Ecumenical Synods there are a total of 231 canons. Adding Trullo alone brings the total to 332. Adding Sardica brings 352. Adding the disputed (but Trullan) canons of Carthage brings it to 490. The other Trullan canons bring the number to a whopping 708 canons developed and applied by the undivided Church over the course of about 800 years. I am certain that well over 100 deal with the jurisdiction and rights of Bishops. But I am going by memory (the only index to the Rudder—or canons of the Church—that I have seen is in Russian) and do not have time to count.
Is there a single canon among the 708 that clearly a primacy of jurisdiction over the whole Church for any see, let alone the See of Rome?