, bishop of Marseilles, flourished about the year 490. He was, according to Gennadius, who | celebrates him, a man of ready and abundant eloquence. He published many homilies, some delivered in an extemporary manner, others regularly composed; in which his object was to confute the dreams of heretics, and exhort his hearers to piety. He wrote also lives of many eminent leaders of the church, of which no one is extant, except his life of St. Hilary of Aries. 1


Cave, vol. I. —Moreri.