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Eusebius of Dorylaeum

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Subject Religion » Christianity

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631232032.2001.x


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In 429, while a layman and lawyer in constantinople , Eusebius wrote an argued attack on Nestorius, the Diamartyria or Contestatio. Later, as bishop of Dorylaeum, in 448 he took a leading role in denouncing Eutyches as a heretic before the Standing Synod in Constantinople. Deposed and exiled by the ‘Brigandage’ of Ephesus (449), he was reinstated under Emperor Marcian (450–7) and took a major role in the formulation of the Christological definition of Chaicedon (451). ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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