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(mid-5th cent.),

Bp. of Dorylaeum (in modern Turkey) by 448, when he attacked the heresy of Eutyches at the ‘Home Synod’ in Constantinople. He was deposed by the Latrocinium (449), but reinstated after the accession of the Emp. Marcian (450) and took a prominent part in the Council of Chalcedon (451).

Subjects: Christianity.

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