(early 5th cent.),
Church historian. A lawyer at Constantinople, he determined to continue Eusebius of Caesarea's ‘Church History’ to his own day. His work covers the period 323 to 425. He drew on Socrates, but reports some subjects, e.g. the spread of Christianity among the Armenians, Saracens, and Goths, more fully.
Subjects: Christianity — Classical Studies.