- bishop of Laodicea, denied the proper humanity of Christ, by affirming that the Logos in Him took the place of the human soul, as well as by maintaining that His body was not composed of ordinary flesh and blood; d. 390.
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. James Wood. 1907.
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STYLUS — Gr. Γλυφίον; Ausonio coekum, item caltes, ab eadem origine nonnullis dicitur. Et habemus caeltis vocem in veter, lapide apud pud Aldum Orthogr. et Gruterum Inser. p. 329. Nam neque hic utramentum; vel papyrus, aut membrana ulla adbuc; sed… … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale