, a different form for the classical AEne’as), a paralytic of Lydda, cured by Peter (Act_9:33-34), A.D. 32.
bishop of Paris (843-877). About the year 863, taking part in the controversy with Photius, he wrote a treatise entitled Liber adversus Objectiones Graecorum, which is given by D’Achery, Spicil. 1, 113. — Cave, Hist. Litt. anno 859; Dupin, Eccl. Script. c. 9; Neander, Ch. Hist. 3, 567.