(ca. 315403). B. near Eleutheropolis, Palestine; Gk. ch. father; bp. Salamis (Constantia), Cyprus, 367; highly esteemed for monastic asceticism, learning, piety, self-denying care for the poor, and zeal for orthodoxy (but zeal not always according to knowledge; see Origen). Works include Ancoratus; Panarion. See also Acacius of Bercea; Tripartite History.
MPG, 41; 42; 43, 9664.
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