Bearer of a Germanic name; attested as comes et magister utriusque militiae per Orientem from AD 383 to 387; a proponent of euergetism in Antioch. Together with Caesarius , in 387 conducted the investigations after the Antioch statue revolt. Libanius thanked him with a panegyric for having achieved lenient actions (Or. 22). H. corresponded with Libanius (Ep. 2; 868; 884; 898; 925) and Gregorius  of Nazianzus (Ep. 225). Probably a Christian . (PLRE 1,277f.).
1 v. Haehling 265-267.