Arabians or Arabici
Arabians or Arabici a sect of heretics who sprung up in the third century in Arabia during the reign of the Emperor Severus. They held that the soul of man dies with the body, and will be resuscitated with it in the day of resurrection. Origen confuted this opinion in a council held in the year 247, called "the council of Arabia." — Euseb. Hist. Eccl. 6:37; Mosheim, Comm. 2:242.