We do not have any certain information on Armenius beside the dedicatory letter of Apponius. Those who prefer late dating of the commentary try to identify this dedicatee with other personnages of the same name from the 6th century. Angelo Mai (1849: v-vi, 238) identified him with Armenius to whom Agnellus of Ravenna (AD 556-569) dedicated his work De ratione fidei but Agnellus did not call him a priest. From the 6th century we also know a certain Arminius presbyter et abbas who brings letters from Caesarius of Arles (Gaul) to Pope Bonifatius II after the Council of Orange in AD 531  (see de Vregille and Neyrand 1997: 133-134). PCBE, Italie (Armenius 1) dates him to the early 5th c. and does not try to merge him with any other known Armenius or Arminius. There is also a rather misled proposition by Mark W. Elliot (2011: 40) that Apponius dedicated his work to a certain presbyter from Armenia.