He was an African by birth, flourished about the middle of the fifth century, and was the brother of the Syncletica Diaconissa, so lauded by Sedulius.
Latin Translation of the nine discourses of St. Basil on the Creation
He was the author of a Latin translation of the nine discourses of St. Basil on the Creation.
This version, which bears the title Novem S. Basilii Sermones in principium Geneseos, is given in the edition of St. Basil, published at Paris by Garnier, fol. 1721, vol. i. pp. 631-676.