(d. c. 405)

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(d. c.405),

an unorthodox monk condemned by synods at Rome and Milan. He denied that virginity was a higher state than marriage and that abstinence was better than thankful eating. He did not believe in the perpetual virginity of the BVM.

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval) — Christianity.

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