Gelasius of Caesarea
Gelasius of Caesarea was nephew of Cyril, bishop of Jerusalem, by whose influence he was made bishop of Caesares perhaps about A.D. 370. Of his works there are extant only some fragments, explanatory of the Apostles Creed and of the traditions of the Church. He died in 394. The accounts of him are obscure; some writers make two persons of the same name. See Fabricius, Bibl. Graec volume 9.