Alexander of Constantinople Saint Alexander of Constantinople (born between 237 and 244 – 337) was bishop of Byzantium and the first Archbishop of Constantinople (the city was renamed during his episcopacy).
Amphilochius of Iconium Amphilochius of Iconium (Ἀµφιλόχιος Ἰκονίου) was a Christian bishop of the fourth century, son of a Cappadocian family of distinction (perhaps at Caesarea, ca. 339/340 – probably 394–403).
Poemen the Great Abba Poemen was an Egyptian monk, ascetic, and early Desert Father who is the most quoted Abba in the Apophthegmata Patrum.
Proculus (prefect of Constantinople) Proculus (died in Constantinople, November 16, 393) or Proklos (Πρόκλος) was Eparch of Constantinople during the reign of Theodosius the Great (r.
Rufinus (consul) Flavius Rufinus (died November 27, 395) was a 4th-century Eastern Roman Empire statesman of Gaulish extraction who served as Praetorian prefect of the East for the emperor Theodosius I, as well ...
Saint Patapios Saint Patapios of Thebes is the patron saint of dropsy.
Saturninus (consul 383) Flavius Saturninus (floruit 377–400) was a politician and a military man of the Roman Empire.
Severian of Gabala Severian, Bishop of Gabala in Syria (* before 380; † after 408, but probably before 425) was a popular preacher in Constantinople from around 398/399 until 404.
Shenoute Shenoute the Great, Saint Shenoute the Archimandrite (Coptic: (347-465 or 348-466) (also called Shenouda) was the abbot of the White Monastery in Egypt.
Theodore of Mopsuestia Theodore the Interpreter (ca. 350 – 428) was bishop of Mopsuestia (as Theodore II) from 392 to 428 AD. He is also known as Theodore of Antioch, from the place of his birth and presbyt...
Tribigild Tribigild (fl. 399) was an Ostrogothic general whose rebellion against the Eastern Roman Empire precipitated a major political crisis during the reign of Emperor Arcadius.
Ursicinus (Roman general) Ursicinus was a senior military officer, holding the rank of "master of cavalry" (magister equitum) in the Roman Empire c.