Artemon

Artemon (fl. ca. 230 AD), a prominent Christian teacher in Rome, who held Adoptionist, or Nontrinitarian views. We know little about his life for certain. He is mentioned as the leader of a nontrinitarian sect at Rome in the third century. He is spoken of by Eusebius of Caesarea as the forerunner of Paul of Samosata, an opinion confirmed by the ac...
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Artemon

[painter] Artemon, a Greek painter, who is recorded by Pliny to have painted a picture of Queen Stratonice, from which it is presumed that he lived about B.C. 300. He also painted `Hercules and Deianira;` but his most celebrated works were the pictures which were carried to Rome, and placed in the Octavian Portico, representing `Hercules re...
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