(d. ca. AD 451). B. Germanicia (modern Maras[h]; now in Turkey), Syria; studied at Antioch; monk; patriarch Constantinople 428; condemned by 431 Council of Ephesus* for false teaching in Christology and deposed; sent back to monastery at Antioch; banished to Upper Egypt 436. Wrote Tragoedia in defense of his views. See also Acacius of Beroea; Nestorianism.
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