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The Homoians, however, had a powerful ally on their side in the person of Emperor Constantius II. In the context of what goes before, this seems to make Homoian a synonym of Homoiousian. In the next paragraph, however, they are clearly treated as different things. The article on the Acacians uses the spelling, Homoean(s), for which Acacian is a synonym. That article does not mention the Homoiousians at all. The difference between the two groups (if two there are) needs to be explained.
Can someone please straighten this out? Koro Neil (talk) 12:34, 29 October 2012 (UTC)