Nicasius of Dijon
Nicasius of Die (4th century) was a 4th-century bishop from Gaul, present-day France. As Bishop of Die he is notable to history as one of only five Catholic bishops from the Western part of the Roman Empire who attended the First Council of Nicaea in 325.
- Duchesne, L., Fastes Episcopaux d'Ancienne Gaule tome I - Provinces du Sud-est
- Dean Dudley, The History of the First Council of Nice: A Worlds Christian Convention, A. D. 325 with a Life of Constantine (Cosimo, Inc., 2007) Page 49
- Philip Schaff, History of the Christian Church, Volume 3 (Library of Alexandria, 1966) online
- Robert Payne, The Holy Fire: The Story of the Fathers of the Eastern Church (St Vladimir's Seminary Press 1980) page 79
- W. A. Jurgens, The Faith of the Early Fathers: Pre-Nicene and Nicene eras. (Liturgical Press, 1970) page 280
- The First Council of Nicaea at the Catholic Encyclopedia
- He is sometimes confused with the Martyr and Saint Nicasius of Rheims who died eighty years later in nearby Rheims.
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