Calopodius was a eunuch and presbyter, a Eutychian, deposed by Anatolius, A.D. 451. One Calopodius stole the authentic copy of the acts of the Council of Chalcedon from the altar of the great church at Constantinople, of which he was steward, and took it to Anastasius, who tore it up, A.D. 511. They are, probably, different persons.

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