Presbyters Uniwersytet Warszawski
PR 670

Pancratius, presbyter in Rome, middle 4th c.

Reference to prosopography: PCBE Italie 2: Pancratius 1

Chronological and
geographical framework:

Attested presbyterial activity: 354 - 355 in Rome (Rome),


Named erroneously "Eutropios" by Athanasius.


  • J. Rüpke, Fasti sacerdotum: a prosopography of pagan, Jewish, and Christian religious officials in the city of Rome, 300 BC to AD 499, Oxford 2008, no. 2610, Pancratius, p. 825.


Writing activity - Correspondence
Travel and change of residence
Described by a title - Presbyter/πρεσβύτερος
Ecclesiastical administration - Participation in councils and ecclesiastical courts
Ecclesiastical administration - Ecclesiastical envoy
Relation with - Bishop/Monastic superior
Relation with - Deacon
Relation with - Monarch and royal/imperial family
Relation with - Heretic/Schismatic
Described by a title - Conpresbyter
Conflict - Violence
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