Euphemius (by some Euthymius), third patriarch of Constantinople, A.D. 489-496, was a learned historian and orthodox presbyter of that city, but became involved in the jealousies between the Greek and Roman ecclesiastics, and was finally deposed by the emperor Anastasius. He died in 515.

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