Calosyrius was a suffragan of Cyril of Alexandria, who wrote to him, about A.D. 444, a letter to be read in all the monasteries of his diocese of Arsinoe, against anthropomorphism, and against confounding idleness with sanctity. The same bishop, at Ephesus, A.D. 449, declared that he had always maintained communion with Eutyches.

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