Cyril of Alexandria
Cyril of Alexandria (c. 375 - 444) was an early church father and bishop of Alexandria. He wrote extensively and was actively engaged in the Christological controversies of his time (4-5th centuries). Cyril was very instrumental in the Council of Ephesus (431).
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