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Proclus of Constantinople — Saint Proclus (died July 446 or 447) was an Archbishop of Constantinople. He is venerated as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church. The friend and disciple of Saint John Chrysostom, he became secretary to Archbishop Atticus of Constantinople… … Wikipedia
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Proclus (prefect of Constantinople) — Proclus or Proklos ( el. Πρόκλος) is the name of a historical figure who was Prefect of Constantinople under the reign of Theodosius the Great (r. 379 395). He was put to death in the tenth year of his reign. An epigram on the pedestal of an… … Wikipedia
Proclus, Saint — • Patriarch of Constantinople, disciple of St. John Chrysostom, and died in 446 or 447 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 … Catholic encyclopedia
Proclus — [prō′kləs, prä′kləs] A.D. 410? 485; Gr. Neoplatonic philosopher, born in Constantinople … English World dictionary
Proclus — /proh kleuhs, prok leuhs/, n. A.D. c411 485, Greek philosopher and theologian. * * * ▪ Greek philosopher born c. 410, Constantinople [now Istanbul] died 485, Athens the last major Greek philosopher. He was influential in helping Neoplatonic … Universalium
Proclus — (d. c. 446) Saint and Patriarch. Proclus was known as a famous preacher and he is particularly remembered for giving a sermon on the Theotokos in front of nestorius. He became Patriarch of Constantinople in 434 and was much respected.… … Who’s Who in Christianity
Proclus — disciple et secrétaire de saint Jean Chrysostome, archevêque de Cyzique. Repoussé par les habitants, il fut nommé à Constantinople, ne siégea qu en 434 en raison d oppositions, mort en 446. Fête le 24 octobre … Dictionnaire des saints
PROCLUS — a Neo Platonic philosopher, born in Constantinople; appears to have held a Trinitarian view of the universe, and to have regarded the All abstractly viewed as contained in the Divine ever emerging from it and returning into it, a doctrine… … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia