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Acacius of Caesarea
(c. 300 – 366/365)
Called in Greek Ἀκάκιος Mονόφθαλμος (the One-Eyed). A Christian bishop, the pupil, successor and biographer in the Palestinian see of Caesarea of Eusebius.

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