Bishop of Castellum Ripense in Africa, present at the dramatic debate ordered by the Vandal king Huneric between Catholic and Arian bishops in February 484. Wrote a Libellus contra Maximinum arrianum, in which various questions put by the Arians are resolved by the Catholics on the basis of the anti-Arian trinitarian doctrine by now codified by long tradition and fully exploiting citations taken from Scripture, according to a polemical procedure typical of this era in Africa. CPL 813; PL 58, 757-768; Moricca III, 1, 749-750, 968; PCBE 1, 207.

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