, bishop of Melitene in Armenia Secuuda, flourished about the year 431. He was a warm opposer of Nestorius, and equally zealous for Cyril. He was present at the Council of Ephesus, where he had a private conference with Nestorius, and refuted his opinions as soon as the council assembled. There are extant in the Councils vol. 3, a homily of his against Nestorius, Gr. and Lat. and a Latin letter to Cyril, among the “Epistolae Ephesinse” published by Lupus. 2


Cave, vol. I.; but a more copious account in —Chaufepie.