Heraclides surnamed Cyprus, from his place of birth, was liberally educated, became a monk under Evagrius, and deacon at Constantinople. He was an ardent friend of Chrysostom, who caused his election as bishop of Ephesus in 401; hut he was afterwards persecuted along with that eminent ecclesiastic, and finally shared his exile.

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