Euzois of Byzantium
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Euzois (Greek: Ευζώιος, lit. "good-life", died 154) was the bishop of Byzantium for six years (148–154). He succeeded Bishop Athenodorus. He was in office during the persecution of Christians by Emperor Antonius Pius. His successor was Laurence.
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