one of the commission of Nine appointed by Theodosius in A. D. 429 to compile a code upon a plan which was afterwards abandoned.
He had before that date filled the office of magister scriniorum. In A. D. 435, he was named on the commission of Sixteen, which compiled the existing Theodosian code upon an altered plan.
He then figures as comes and quaestor, with the titles illustris and magnificus.
The emperor, however, in mentioning those who distinguished themselves in the composition of his code, does not signalize Eubulus. [DIODORUS, vol. i. p. 1018.]