Note 009
From Chapter 29 of the Decline & Fall

Ammonius . . . Rufinum propriis manibus suscepit sacro fonte mundatum. See Rosweyde's Vitae Patrum, p. 947. [Heraclidis Paradisus in Append. ad Vit. Patr. p. 941 b.]

Sozomen (1. viii. c. 17) mentions the church and monastery: and Tillemont (Mem. Eccles. tom. ix. p. 593) records this synod, in which St. Gregory of Nyssa performed a conspicuous part.

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