2. Presbyter of Caesareia in Cappadocia, wrote a work " on the translation of St. Euthymius, patriarch of Constantinople," who died A. D. 911.
The date of Arethas is therefore fixed at 920. (Oudinus, Comment. de Script. Eccles.
ii. p. 426, who, without sufficient reason, identifies the former Arethas with this writer.)