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*)Anti/patros), bishop of BOSTRA in Arabia, flourished about 460 A. D. His chief work was Ἀντίρρησις, a reply to Pamphilus's Apology for Origen, some fragments of which are contained in the Acts of the 2nd council of Nice. He also wrote a homily on John the Baptist, and some other discourses. (Fabric. Bibl. Graec. x. p. 518 ; Cave, Hist. Litt. sub ann. 460.)


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