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Polychronius

d. c.430. Bishop of Apamea in Syria and brother of Theodore of Mopsuestia.* One of the most prominent of the exegetes of the Antiochene School, he wrote commentaries on Job, Daniel, and Ezekiel of which only fragments have been preserved. Considered a heretic though never formally condemned, he criticized the Alexandrine method of biblical exegesis.