(d. 395)

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(d. 395),

Bp. of Caesarea in Palestine from c.367. As a convinced Nicene, he was ousted from his see for a time in the reign of Valens. He wrote a continuation of the ‘Ecclesiastical History’ of Eusebius, a treatise against the Anomoeans, and an ‘Expositio Symboli’.

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Christianity.

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