4. Bishop of Caesareia, in Cappadocia, succeeded his master, Basil the Great, in that see. A. D. 378, and was present at the two councils of Constantinople in A. D. 381 and 394.
Life of St. Basil
His life of St. Basil is quoted by Damascenus (Orat. de Imag.
i. p. 327), but the genuineness of the work is doubtful.
Sozom. H. E.
8.6; Tillemont, Mém. Eccles.
vol. ix. p. 589; Cave, Hist. Lit. s. a.
378; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. ix. p. 293.