Eustathius

(died c. 1193) Greek scholar. He first became a monk and afterwards a deacon and teacher of rhetoric in his native city. In 1160 he became archbishop of Thessalonica and subsequently of Myra. Eustathius was deeply...
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Eustathius

bishop of Sebaste (now Sabasiyah, West Bank) and metropolitan of Roman Armenia noted for several extreme or heterodox theological positions.
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Eustathius

Eustathius, d. c.1194, Byzantine scholar, archbishop of Salonica (from 1175). He became renowned as master of the orators at Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, then a center of learning. He lectured on Homer and Pindar. As bishop Eustathius was active in the affairs of Salonica and secured religious free...
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