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Eusebius of Emesa

(Emisenus; ca. 295–ca. 359). B. Edessa*; probably a disciple of Eusebius* of Caesarea; outstanding exegete; sympathized with Semi-Arians; bp. Emesa (now Horns), W Syria, ca. 340; there forced to defend himself against charges of Sabellianism (see also Monarchianism, B 6).

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