Agapius of Caesarea

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This is an article about the 4th century bishop of Caesarea Maritima. For other uses, see Agapius (disambiguation).

Agapius of Caesarea was bishop of Caesarea Maritima from 303 to c. 312. He may have baptized and trained Eusebius, who was to become his successor.

References[edit]

  • Haase, Wolfgang. Rise and Decline of the Roman World (Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt); p. 2403
Preceded by
Theotecnus
Bishop of Caesarea
c. 303–c. 312
Succeeded by
Eusebius