57. EPIPHANII DISCIPULUS.
Life of Epiphanius of Constantia
A spurious life of Epiphanius of Constantia (or Salamis), in Cyprus [EPIPHANIUS], professes to be written in great part during the life of Epiphanius, by Joannes, a disciple of the Saint. Joannes, however, is represented as having died before the subject of his memoir, which was finished by another person.
The piece was rejected by the Bollandists as worthless.
A Latin version was printed by Aloysius Lipomanus (De Vitis Sanctorum,）
and Surius (De Probatis Sanctorum Vitis,）
and both the Greek original and a Latin version by Petavius.
Papebroche, in the Acta Sanctorum, Maii
12, vol. iii. p. 37.