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(6th cent.), Bp. of Hermiane in Africa. In the Monophysite controversy he was one of the chief supporters of the Three Chapters. He went to Constantinople and there in 547–8 he completed a treatise upholding the orthodoxy of Ibas, Theodore of Mopsuestia (with some reservations), and Theodoret. After his return to Africa and the anathematization of the Three Chapters, he defended himself in two further works (c.571).

Subjects: Christianity.


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