3. Of CONSTANTIA and metropolitan of CYPRUS, distinguished from the preceding as the Younger, was represented at the third council of Constantinople (the sixth general council) by the bishop of Trimithus, one of his suffragans.
Discourses perhaps by another Epiphanius
Several of the discourses which have been regarded as written by the great Epiphanius are by acuter judges ascribed either to this Epiphanius, or to a third of the same name and bishopric. [No. 4 below.]
A work extant in MS. in the Library of St. Mark at Venice, and in the Imperial Library at Vienna, is also by some ascribed to this writer or the following.
vol. vi. col. 1058; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. viii. pp. 258, 273, &c., x. pp. 249, 276, 279, 302; Petavius, Preface to the second volume of his edition of Epiphanius ;
Oudin, Commentarius de Scriptor. Eccles.
vol. 2.318. 19.