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a JURIST, who was at the head of the commission appointed to compile the Theodosian Code. He was praefectus praetorio and consul. In the 33rd Novell of Theodosius the Younger (A. D. 444), he is spoken of as a person deceased, illustris memoriae Antiochus. He is confounded by Jac. Godefroi, in the Prolegomena of his edition of the Theodosian Code ( 1.5) with two other persons of the same name; Antiochus, mentioned by Marcellinus as living in the year 448, and Antiochus, the eunuch, who was praepositus sancti cubiculi. This error was pointed out by Ritter in the 6th volume of his edition of the Theodosian Code, p. 6.


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