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Eusebios of Nikomedeia

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Arian bishop of Nikomedeia (from ca.318); bishop of Constantinople (from 338/9); died ca.342, probably at Constantinople. Eusebios was a fellow pupil of Arius under Lucian of Antioch. After Arius's condemnation ...

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