(1) a Pamphylian, who was brought before Numerius Maximus, and scourged and crucified on Good Friday, April 7, 304.

(2) Bishop of Thessaly, whom pope Boniface, A.D. 422, in writing to Rufus, declares separated from his communion, as far as we can gather, for resisting the authority of the see of St. Peter.

(3) Bishop of Nice, to whom, about A.D. 425, Atticus, patriarch of Constantinople, sent. three hundred pieces of gold, at a time when many of the people of Nice were starving.

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