(d. c. 362)

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(d. c.362),

Bp. of Constantinople from c.342. He supported the Semiarian cause and defended his position at the Council of Seleucia in 359. In 360 he was deposed by the Arian Council of Constantinople. From the end of the 4th cent. he has been regarded as the founder of the ‘Pneumatomachi’, but it is doubtful how far this association is correct.

Subjects: Christianity.

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