b. between AD 335 and 340 in Caesarea (Cappadocia);
d. shortly after AD 394 in Nyssa (Cappadocia);
eminent Greek Doctor of the Church; became bishop of Nyssa in 372; brother of Basilius  of Caesarea.
Among the extant works are a large number of short catechetical (e.g. Lógos katēchētikós ho mégas; Perì parthenías; Perì psychês kaì anastáseōs),…