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- As Alypiusfriendship with Augustine began to deepen (Augustine called him the brother of his heart), so did his interest in Manicheism. Alypius admired...
- Alypius of Antioch was a geographer and a vicarius of Roman Britain, probably in the late 350s AD. He replaced Flavius Martinus after that vicarius' suicide...
- treatise or chart; it would seem more likely that this was Alypius of Antioch, instead of the Alypius from Alexandria, although Meursius supposes the two were...
- Alypius may refer to: Alypius of Byzantium, bishop of Byzantium in the 2nd century Alypius of Antioch, vicarius of Roman Britain in the 350s Alypius of...
- an ascetic life. Alypius yearned to practice the life of a hermit, but Bishop Theodore would not give him permission to do so. Alypius built a church in...
- Alipy of the Caves (? - 1114) - (also known as 'Venerable Alypius') Eastern Orthodox saint, monk and famous painter of icons from the cave monastery of...
- Saint Augustine and Alypius Receiving Pontici**** is a 1414–1415 painting by Nicolò di Pietro, which has been in the collection of the Musée des Beaux-Arts...
- Helena, daughter of Alypius (in Gr****: Ελένη) was a Byzantine Empress consort as the wife of Byzantine Emperor Constantine VIII. Very little is known...
- Alypius or Olympius (Gr****: Ἀλύπιος or Ὀλύμπιος; died 169) was the bishop of Byzantium during the second half of the 2nd century AD. The date when he...
- Alypius (Gr****: Ἀλύπιος) was a priest of the great church at Constantinople, who flourished around the year 430 AD. There is extant an epistle from him...
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