Aetius

[praetorian prefect] Aetius (fl. 419–425) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, praefectus urbi of Constantinople and praetorian prefect of the East. == Life == Aetius was praefectus urbi of Constantinople. He is first attested in office on February 23, 419, when an old man called Cyriacus tried to kill him in the Great Church, an...
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Aetius

[philosopher] Aetius of Antioch (s; Ἀέτιος) was a 1st- or 2nd-century BC doxographer and Eclectic philosopher. None of Aetius` works survive today, but he solves a mystery about two major compilations of philosophical quotes. There are two extant books named Placita Philosophorum (Περὶ τῶν ἀρεσκόντων φιλοσό...
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Aëtius

Syrian bishop and heretic who, during the theological controversies over the Christian Trinity, founded the extreme Arian sect of the Anomoeans ... [2 related articles]
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Aetius

Aetius, c.396–454, Roman general. At first unfriendly to Valentinian III, he later made his peace with Valentinian's mother, Galla Placidia, and was given a command in Gaul. An ambitious general, he was embroiled in difficulties with his rival Boniface, who defeated him near Rimini in 432. Aet...
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Aetius

Aetius (āē'shēus) , d. 367, Syrian theologian. He became prominent (c.350) as an exponent of the extreme Arianism developed mainly by his secretary Eunomius. Members of his party were called Aetians and Anomoeans.
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