nomen viri, quem Ceres docuit omnem agriculturam, a quo Eleusis civitas cognominata est. Item Eleusius, Cyzici Ep. qui a fide Catholica ad Macedoniam haeresin descivit: qui tamen postquam respuisset, et Episcopatu se ipsum abdicasset, reliquo vitae cursu solitarius vixit. Niceph. l. 11. c. 5. Aliter Socrat. l. 5. c. 8. Baron. A. C. 381. qui Eleusium, Semi-Arrianorum caput, a Theodosio Imp. rogatum, ut Consubstantialitatem admitteret, malle se Arrianis quam Orthodoxis iungere, respondisse dicunt, sicqueve Constantinopoli se subduxisse.

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