Epiphanius, St. (330402)

Epiphanius, St., one of the Fathers of the Greek Church; of Jewish descent; flourished in the 4th century; led a monastic life, and founded a monastery in Eleutheropolis; was bishop of Constantia in 367; bigoted and tyrannical, he became notorious for his ecclesiastical zeal, and for his indictments of Origen and St. Chrysostom; left writings that show great but indiscriminate learning (330402).

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

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Epidaurus
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Epimenides
Epimetheus
Epinal
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Epiphanius, St.
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Episcopacy
Episcopius, Simon
Epistolæ Obscurorum Virorum
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Epping Forest
Epsom
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