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  • Auxentius — might refer to:* Auxentius of Mopsuestia (d. 360), a Christian martyr and saint. * Auxentius of Milan (d. 374), an Arian Christian theologian. * Auxentius of Durostorum and Milan (d. ca. 400), an Arian Christian theologian, adopted son of Ulfilas …   Wikipedia

  • Auxentius — Auxentius, 1) ein Kappadocier von Geburt u. strenger Arianer; er folgte 355 dem, in Folge der Mailänder Synode abgesetzten Dionysius als Bischof von Mailand u. war nun die Hauptstütze der Arianer im Occident; trotzdem daß er von den, seit 369… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • AUXENTIUS — I. AUXENTIUS Cappadox. Acer Arianismi defensor, ope Constantii Imperatoris pulsô Dionysiô, Mediolanensis Episcopus maximam partem Illyrici Episcoporum fraudibus suis eo perduxit, ut reciperent Arianorum confessiones Niceae et arimini concinnatas …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Auxentius — (d. 373/4)    Bishop and Heretic.    A native of Cappadocia, Auxentius was ordained in c. 343 and consecrated Bishop of Milan in 355. His Arian views were condemned at the Council of Ariminum in 359, the Council of Paris in 360 and the Synod of… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Auxentius of Milan — (fl. c. 355; died 374), by tradition a ScythianFact|date=July 2007 of Cappadocia, was an Arian theologian of some eminence who held the see of Milan. Ambrose praised him for his skills in rhetoric, though he considered him worse than a Jew… …   Wikipedia

  • Auxentius of Bithynia — was a hermit born circa 400 AD in Syria, and died February 14, 473 on Mount Scopas). Auxentius was in the Equestrian Guard of Roman Emperor Theodosius II, but left to become a solitary monk on Mount Oxia near Constantinople. He was accused of… …   Wikipedia

  • Auxentius of Milan — • Ordained (343) to the priesthood by Gregory, the intruded Bishop of Alexandria Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Auxentius of Milan     Auxentius of Milan      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Auxentius of Mopsuestia — (died 360) was bishop of Mopsuestia, and is a saint in the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches. His feast day is December 18. Baronius places Auxentius in the Roman martyrology, because of the story told by Philostorgius (in Suidas) that …   Wikipedia

  • Auxentius, Junior — • Originally Mercurinus, a Scythian, and a disciple of Ulfilas, or Wulfila, of whose life and death he wrote an account Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Auxentius, Junior     Auxentius, Junior …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Auxentius of Mopsuestia — • Although he is identified in the Roman Martyrology, at least one scholar thinks that this bishop was an Arian Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Auxentius of Mopsuestia     Auxentius of Mopsuestia (360) …   Catholic encyclopedia

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