Epiphanias, Bishop of Armenia

Epiphanias, Bishop Of Armenia lived in the latter part of the 7th century. After having been one of the most distinguished scholars of the patriarchal school, he retired into a desert near Tevin, whence he was taken to discharge the functions of abbot of the monastery of Sourp. Garabed (St. John the Baptist), in the province of Daron, to which: dignity was joined the title of bishop of the Mamigonians, borne by Epiphanias for twenty years. In A.D. 629 he assisted at the Council of Garin (Erzernm), and wrote, The History of the Monastery of Soup Garabed: — The History of the Council at Ephesus: Commentary on the Psalms of David and on the Book of Proverbs: Sermons. See. Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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