b. ca. AD 250 in North Africa;
d. probably AD 325 in Gaul;
Christian apologist, who, in AD 290, was summoned by Diocletian to teach rhetoric in Nicomedia; he gave up his teaching position at the start of the Great Persecution of Christians in 303. Emperor Constantinus  I brought him to Gaul, probably to Trier, as a tutor for his eldest son Crispus .
The extant work comprise Chris…