dy; and which is probably the work mentioned by Evagrius (H. E. 1.7), as addressed, in the form of a dialogue, to a certain Egyptian.
It is mentioned by Ebedjesu the Syrian, in a catalogue of works ascribed to Nestorius.
Of the Liber Heraclidis, mentioned also by Ebedjesu, nothing seems to be known.
A Syriac Liturgy, ascribed to Nestorius, is mentioned by Ebedjesu, and is extant.
It was pu,lished in the original, with several similar works at Rome A. D. 1592; and is given in a Latin version in the Liturgiae Orientales of Eusebius Renaudot, vol. ii. p. 626. 4to. Paris, 1716.
Memorial of Nestorius
A memorial of Nestorius, on his sufferings, is also cited by Evagrius H. E. 1.7).
Works conjecturally ascribed to Nestorius
The following works are conjecturally ascribed to him : --
1. Two Homiliae De Resurrectione et Ascessione Christi
Two Homiliae De Resurrectione et Ascessione Christi, which Combéfis, in his Auctarium Norum, had ascribed t