Elias (or Helias)

Elias (or Helias)

(1) Bishop of Lyons, second after Irenaeus.

(2) Bishop of Sedunum (Setten), in the Valais, about the beginning of the 5th century.

Bible concordance for ELIAS.

(3) A Syrian bishop who endeavored to dissuade Nestorius from his heresy.

(4) Bishop of Bolandus, in Lydia, A.D. 451.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

(5) Bishop of Seleuco-belus, on the Orontes, A.D. 458.

(6) Bishop of Majorca, A.D. 484.

(7) Bishop of Caesarea, in Cappadocia, deposed by Anastasius I before A.D. 512.

(8) A martyr of the 5th century, commemorated January 14.

(9) Prior of a nunnery in Athribis, in the Delta, said to have been remarkably sanctified from carnal passion by a dream.

(10) A solitary near Antinoiis, in the Thebaid, in the 4th century.

(11) A hermit near the Dead Sea, noted for hospitality.

(12) Abbot of a monastery in Syria, celebrated for his holiness and wisdom.

(13) Abbot of Isania, near Antioch, near the close of the 6th century.

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