(d. 373)

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(d. 373/4),

Bp. of Milan from 355. He was the most prominent supporter of Arianism in the West. Despite condemnation for heresy at Councils at Paris (360) and Rome (372), he held his see until his death. He was succeeded by St Ambrose.

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