Cleomenes, a teacher of Patripassian doctrines at Rome in the beginning of the 3d century, under the episcopate of Zephyrinus, who tolerated him in the Church. Hippolytus states that Cleomenes learned these doctrines from Epigonus, a disciple of Noetus, who had brought them to Rome (Refut. ix, 3, 7, 10; x, 27).

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