), 1. Bishop of Hadrianople, A. D. 400, wrote (in Greek) On the Resurrection
against Origenism (not extant).
A fragment of Ammon, from this work possibly, may be found ap. S. Cyril. Alex. Lib. de Recta Fide.
(Vol. v. pt. 2, ad fin. p. 50, ed. Paris. 1638.)
He was present at the Council of Constantinople A. D. 394, held on occasion of the dedication of Rutinus's church, near Chalcedon. (Soz. Hist. Eccl.
viii . 8. 3; Mansi, Concilia.
vol. iii. p. 851.)