4. Of EPIPHANEIA in Syria, a rhetorician of the time of the emperor Anastasius.
He wrote an historical work in nine books, intitled Χρονικὴ ἐπιτομή
It consisted of two parts, the first of which embraced the history from the creation to the time of Aeneias; and the second from the time of Aeneias down to the twelfth year of the reign of the emperor Anastasius.
With the exception of a few fragments, the whole work is lost. (Evagrius, 3.37, vi. in fin.; Nicephor. Prooem.
and 14.57; Suidas, s. v. Εὺστάθιος
There is another Eustathius of Epiphaneia, who belongs to an earlier date, and was present among the Arians at the synod of Seleuceia, in A. D. 359. (Epiphan. 73.26; Chron. Alexandr. p. 296. ed. Cange.)