(ca. 340/345ca. 394/403). Apparently a cousin of Gregory* of Nazianzus; b. Caesarea Mazaca (modern Kayseri, or Kaisaria), Cappadocia (now in Turkey); studied rhetoric under Libanius* at Antioch; lawyer in Constantinople several yrs.; bp. Iconium, in Lycaonia, 373; in close relationship with the Cappadocian* Theologians; opposed Arianism,* Encratism,* Euchites.*
MPG 39, 9130.
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