Ephraem Syrus (320370)

Ephraem Syrus, the most famous of the Church Fathers in Syria, and called “prophet of the Syrians,” also “Pillar of the Church” and “Help of the Holy Ghost,” born at Nisibis, Mesopotamia; lived a hermit's life in a cave near Edessa; left exegetical writings, homilies, and poems, and so great was his piety and self-denial, that he was looked upon as a saint, and is still so reverenced in several Churches (320370).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Epaminondas
Epée, Charles Michel, Abbé de l'
Epeius
Épernay
Ephesians, The Epistle to
Ephialtes
Ephialtes
Ephod
Eph`ori
Ephraem Syrus
Ephraim
Epic
Epic melody
Epicharis
Epicharmus
Epictetus
Epicureans
Epicurus
Epicycle
Epidaurus