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Ezana

(1,367 words)

Author(s): Caruso, Matteo
Ezana is considered the first Christian king of the Ethiopian reign of Aksum; he reigned, according to the more accepted theory, in the mid-4th century CE. Various inscriptions show the conversion of the king to the Christian faith. Ezana was baptized (Baptism) by Frumentius, who originally came from Tyrus but was captured in Aksum together with his brother Edesius and became, in a first moment, a servant of Ezana’s father, then Frumentius was chosen as educator for Ezana and ordered bishop of A…
Date: 2020-09-21

Genovefa (Genevieve) of Paris

(1,392 words)

Author(s): Caruso, Matteo
Genovefa (Geneviève) of Paris (420 CE–500 CE) was born in Nanterre, a small village on the outskirts of Paris. The principal source on her life is the Vita Genovefae ( The Life of Genovefa), a hagiographic writing (Hagiography) whose dating was issue of debate among scholars in 19th century and 20th century (see Historiography).According to the Vita Genovefae, Genovefa met German of Auxerre and Lupus of Troyes when she was six years old. German told her she would be consecrated to God and gave her a cross-shaped coin to reinforce her religious vocatio…
Date: 2020-09-21

Eugenius of Carthage

(817 words)

Author(s): Caruso, Matteo
Eugenius was ordained bishop of Carthage in 480–481 CE, although R. Delmaire (1987) thinks he was ordained bishop of Carthage in 478–479 CE. On  request of the emperor Zenon, Huneric authorized the ordination of Eugenius as the new bishop of Carthage after the death of Deogratias in 453 CE. The see of Carthage remained without a bishop for over 24 years (see CSEL 7. 24–26; PL 58.202–203). Eugenius participated in the Council of Carthage in 484 CE. This council was summoned by the Vandal king Hun…
Date: 2020-09-21

Capreolus

(696 words)

Author(s): Caruso, Matteo
Capreolus was the bishop of Carthage between 427 and 437 CE, and the successor of the bishop of Carthage Aurelius, who died between 429 and 430 CE. Capreolus was bishop during the Vandalic occupation of North Africa. The emperor Theodosius II summoned the Council of Ephesus in 431 CE. Because of Vandalic invasion, Capreolus refused to go to Ephesus and sent a deacon, called Bestula, as his representative to the council. Bestula read a letter written by Capreolus in front of the bishops gathered …
Date: 2020-09-21

Delphinus of Bordeaux

(482 words)

Author(s): Caruso, Matteo
Delphinus was bishop of Bordeaux between 380 and 404 CE. He was a friend of Febadius of Agen and had correspondence with Ambrose of Milan ( Epist. 87; Laudat Polybium: Cuius rogatu se binas ad Segatium et Delphinum epistolas scripsisse significat; PL, vol. XVI, 1339–1340. Delphinus baptized (see Paul. Ep. 3 in Hartle, 1894a, 17, ll. 2–3) Paulinus of Nola in 389 CE. Five letters dated between 393 and 401 CE written by Paulinus to Delphinus were handed on to us, the letters number 10 (CSEL, vol. XXIX, 57–60), 14 (CSEL, vol. XXIX, 107–110), 19 (C…
Date: 2020-09-21