Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne

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Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne est une commune française située dans le département de l’Eure en région Normandie.

Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne est une commune du nord-ouest du département de l’Eure. Elle se situe sur la frange est du Lieuvin, à quelques kilomètres de la vallée de la Risle laquelle marque la limite avec le plateau du Neubourg. La commune est à 4 km à l’ouest de Brionne, à 11 km au nord-est de Bernay, à 40 km au nord-ouest d’Évreux et à 42 km au sud-ouest de Rouen.

Le nom de la localité est attesté sous les formes Salerna, Salernia au XIIe siècle, Sanctus Ciricus de Salerna en 1216.

La commune doit pour partie son nom à saint Cyr, martyr chrétien du IVe siècle.

Roger de Beaumont donna à l’abbaye de Préaux, lors de sa fondation, ses biens de Salerne.

En 2013, la commune comptait 205 habitants. L’évolution du nombre d’habitants est connue à travers les recensements de la population effectués dans la commune depuis 1793. À partir du XXIe siècle, les recensements réels des communes de moins de 10 000 habitants ont lieu tous les cinq ans, contrairement aux autres communes qui ont une enquête par sondage chaque année.

Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne compte un édifice inscrit au titre des monuments historiques :

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Lindsayfield, East Kilbride

Lindsayfield is an area in the Scottish new town of East Kilbride.

The modern residential estate was constructed in the 1990s. Lindsayfield is situated next to the districts of Greenhills and Whitehills. The main road through Lindsayfield extends offering a drive to the villages of Auldhouse and Strathaven.

Lindsayfield was constructed by a number of major house builders, including George Wimpey, Barratt, Lynch, Bellway, Stewart Milne, Cala, Dawn Homes and Persimmon Partnerships. Lindsayfield is accessed from the eponymous Road which divides four distinct estates on the northern side from the huge interconnecting southern residential scheme, extending from the Morrisons supermarket to the original western edge of the estate. A partly constructed extension to Lindsayfield Road beyond this will eventually see it sweep around the south-western boundaries of East Kilbride towards the hamlet of Jackton.

Like much of East Kilbride, Lindsayfield is characterised by landscaped open space dividing one phase of house-building from the next, and one builder’s contribution from its rivals. There are a small number of bungalows, and a smattering of apartments throughout the district, but the vast majority of properties here are three, four and five-bedroom detached houses, making the district very popular with families. Since it is on the southern fringe of East Kilbride and is a closed suburb with no through-traffic, Lindsayfield has very little crime or antisocial behaviour and no graffiti.

Although much of Lindsayfield is aesthetically modern as it is ’new build‘, the telephony system currently in place is not modern. Most of Lindsayfield has telephony delivered by BT over a passive optical network (TPON). This means most of Lindsayfield can only previously get slow-speed Broadband, of around 1MB connection speed, however, FTTC has now been extended and currently reaches to Cabinet 73, with ongoing work providing additional capacity for the last remaining areas. A partial copper overlay programme was carried out in 2003 to allow some residents of Lindsayfield to receive a copper pair telephone line and thus an ADSL service.

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Roxy Shahidi

Roxy Shahidi (born Rokhsaneh Ghawam-Shahidi 12 March 1983 in Manchester) is an English actress, best known for playing Leyla Harding in ITV soap Emmerdale.

She began her career as part of Contact Young Actors Company in 2004 and went on to work for Peskar Productions as a drama workshop leader in Oldham and Bolton. Her theatre credits include East is East, Janus (for West Yorkshire Playhouse), Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry at the Palace Theatre, Manchester, Freshly Scratched (for the Battersea Arts Centre) and Rafta, Rafta… at the National Theatre. She has appeared on British television in shows such as Sinchronicity and Emmerdale, playing the part of Leyla Harding from 2008 to 2011. She has also acted in radio plays, e.g. Nadeem Aslam’s Maps for Lost Lovers. From November 2012 through to January 2013 she played the role of Shahrazad in the Manchester Library Theatre Company performances of Arabian Nights at the Lowry Theatre in Salford, near Manchester. Shahidi returned to Emmerdale on 25 December 2013, with Leyla turning up to her sister Alicia’s wedding to her, Leyla’s, ex-fiance David.[citation needed]

Ghawam-Shahidi was born to an Iranian father and an English mother, and grew up in Whalley Range in Manchester. She became a vegetarian at the age of 8, and a vegan since the age of 21. She is married to British Asian actor Arsher Ali.

Roxy Shahidi has set up a Yoga Lunch Club in the Creative Quarter in Hockley, Greater Nottingham where she also is based.

James Pollock

James Pollock (September 11, 1810 – April 19, 1890) was the 13th Governor of the State of Pennsylvania from 1855 to 1858.

James Pollock graduated from the College of New Jersey at Princeton before setting up a law practice in his home community, in Milton, Pennsylvania. District attorney and judicial appointments followed and in 1844 he was elected to the United States House of Representatives where he served three successive terms.

As a freshman congressman, Pollock boarded in the same rooming house as another new congressman, Abraham Lincoln and they soon developed a mutual respect and longstanding friendship.

Pollock was an early supporter of Samuel Morse and his idea for a telegraph and was instrumental in getting the United States Congress to appropriate a small amount to help build the first line. He was present in the room when the first message, “What hath God wrought” was received, ushering in a new age of telecommunication.

Pollock was also the first in Congress to advocate the construction of a railroad across the continent, connecting newly acquired California with the east. In a speech in 1848 he said, “At the risk of being considered insane, I will venture the prediction that, in less than twenty-five years from this evening, a railroad will be completed and in operation between New York and San Francisco, California.” The transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869, four years inside the limit fixed by Mr. Pollock.

He returned to the judiciary in Pennsylvania’s Eighth District in 1850.

Pollock was nominated by the Whig Party for the governor’s race in 1854, amid controversy surrounding the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

During his administration, Pennsylvania began to sell its publicly held railroads and canals, and he helped steer the state through the financial Panic of 1857. He chaired the Pennsylvania delegation to the Peace Conference of 1861, and was appointed by President Lincoln as Director of the Philadelphia mint that same year. While leading the United States Mint, he was instructed by the Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase in a letter to come up with suggestions for including „the trust of our people in God“ in a motto on America’s coins. Pollock proposed a number of mottos, including „Our Trust Is In God“ and „God Our Trust,“ which Chase ultimately revised to „In God We Trust.“

The 1864 two-cent piece was the first coin with the approved motto and today all American coins are inscribed with “In God We Trust.”

James Pollock possessed a strong faith in God. Concurring with Secretary Chase’s instructions, in his 1863 report to the Secretary of the Treasury, he wrote, “We claim to be a Christian nation—why should we not vindicate our character by honoring the God of Nations…Our national coinage should do this. Its legends and devices should declare our trust in God—in Him who is “King of Kings and Lord of Lords.” The motto suggested, “God our Trust,” is taken from our National Hymn, the Star-Spangled Banner.” The sentiment is familiar to every citizen of our country—it has thrilled the hearts and fallen in song from the lips of millions of American Freemen. The time for the introduction of this or a similar motto, is propitious and appropriate. ‘Tis an hour of National peril and danger—an hour when man’s strength is weakness—when our strength and our nation’s strength and salvation, must be in the God of Battles and of Nations. Let us reverently acknowledge his sovereignty, and let our coinage declare our trust in God.”

Mr. Pollock served as Vice President of the American Sunday School Union from 1855 until his death in 1890. In that role he had the distinction of presiding over more mission business meetings than any man in the history of AMF other than the first president. Greatly respected by his fellow managers, it was recorded that ‘he was always eager to do his Lord’s business with earnestness and dispatch’ and while conscious of the power of his masterful mind and loving heart, his fellows managers ‘most appreciated his depth of consecration.’

Pollock co-founded Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter and soup kitchen, in 1878 with notable fellow churchgoers John B. Stetson and John Wanamaker. What began as a simple cup of coffee and roll before church has grown to become the leading emergency shelter and largest indoor provider of meals in Philadelphia.

Pollock has a residence area, dining commons, computer learning center, and campus road named for him on the University Park campus of Penn State University, the institution which received its charter during his term as governor.

Бюлер, Урс

Урс Бюлер

19 июля 1971(1971-07-19) (45 лет)

Виллизау, Швейцария

с 1988

Великобритания Великобритания

певец

тенор

скрипка, фортепьяно, кларнет, электрическая гитара, барабаны

классический кроссовер, опера, поп-музыка, operatic pop

Il Divo

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Урс Бю́лер (19 июля 1971, Виллизау, Швейцария) — швейцарский тенор, оперный и популярный исполнитель, один из четырёх солистов группы Il Divo.

Урс Бюлер родился 19 июля 1971 года в Виллизау в кантоне Люцерн. Знакомство с музыкой началось для него в возрасте пяти лет — он учился игре на скрипке и пел в местном детском церковном хоре. Через некоторое время он научился играть на гитаре, фортепьяно, кларнете. В 20 лет окончил Академию школьной и духовной музыки в Люцерне. Обучаясь в Академии, Урс организовал группу «Сonspiracy», игравшую в стиле хеви-метал. 5 лет спустя получил диплом по курсу вокала в Амстердамской консерватории, где его учителями были, в частности, Йёста Винберг (англ.) и Удо Райнеманн. За годы обучения в Академии и консерватории он овладел кроме родного швейцарского немецкого целым рядом языков: французским, английским, голландским, а также — на разговорном уровне — испанским и итальянским.

На протяжении ряда лет Урс выступал в Нидерландском оперном товариществе (нидерл. Netherlands Operaa Gezelschap). Также принимал участие в Зальбургском фестивале.

В декабре 2003 года Урс Бюлер был принят в состав новообразованной группы «Il Divo». Начиная с 2004 года он принимает участие в мировых турне квартета, а также в записи совместных музыкальных альбомов, занимающих первые места во многих национальных чартах.

Также он принимает участие в различных международных музыкальных фестивалях в перерыве между гастролями квартета.

С 2007 года в гражданском браке с визажисткой группы «Il Divo» Таней Родни (англ. Tania Rodney). Есть дочь — Вильгельмина (23 декабря 2008 г.). Проживает в Лондоне, Великобритания.

Crispin Freeman

Crispin McDougal Freeman (* 9. Februar 1972 in Chicago, Illinois) ist ein US-amerikanischer Synchronsprecher, der vor allem für seine Sprechrollen in Animes bekannt ist.

Crispin Freeman ist der älteste von drei Geschwistern, er hat noch einen Bruder, den Musiker Clark Freeman, und eine Schwester, die Schauspielerin Cassidy Freeman. Alle drei Geschwister besuchten die Latin School of Chicago, welche er 1990 abschloss. Freeman besuchte danach das Williams College, welches er 1994 mit einem Bachelor in seinen Hauptfach Theater beendete. Nach dem College besuchte er die Columbia University, wo er 1997 mit einem Master of Fine Arts im Fach Schauspiel abschloss.

Danach spielte Freeman an verschiedenen Theatern, so auch am Broadway in New York City oder im Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

Seinen Durchbruch als Synchronsprecher für Animes hatte er 1995 in der Rolle des Zelgadis Greywords in der Anime-Serie Slayers. Seitdem hatte Freeman in vielen, auch international bekannten Anime-Serien und -Filmen Sprechrollen, wie zum Beispiel die des Vampirs Alucard in Hellsing, Kyon in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu, Togusa in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex oder Jeremiah Gottwald in Code Geass.

Seit dem 11. August 2007 ist Crispin Freeman mit Izobel Carol verheiratet und spricht neben seiner Muttersprache auch fließend Spanisch.

Rock Mills, Alabama

Rock Mills is a census-designated place (CDP) in Randolph County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 600, down from 676 in 2000. According to the U.S. Census, from 1890 until the 1920s, Rock Mills was an incorporated community. It was later designated a CDP beginning in 2000.

Rock Mills is located at (33.160348, -85.290469).

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 6.3 square miles (16 km2), all land.

As of the census of 2000, there were 676 people, 282 households, and 192 families residing in the CDP. The population density was 106.8 people per square mile (41.2/km²). There were 313 housing units at an average density of 49.4 per square mile (19.1/km²). The racial makeup of the CDP was 97.63% White, 2.22% Black or African American, 0.15% from other races. 1.63% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.

There were 282 households out of which 29.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 53.9% were married couples living together, 10.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 31.9% were non-families. 27.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 14.2% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.40 and the average family size was 2.93.

In the CDP the population was spread out with 24.7% under the age of 18, 8.6% from 18 to 24, 28.1% from 25 to 44, 23.4% from 45 to 64, and 15.2% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females there were 87.8 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.2 males.

The median income for a household in the CDP was $40,714, and the median income for a family was $48,393. Males had a median income of $31,944 versus $20,117 for females. The per capita income for the CDP was $13,093. About 12.3% of families and 16.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 15.4% of those under age 18 and 52.3% of those age 65 or over.

The photo of Weehadkee Mill is of a yarn and twine mill which until recent times made yarn, twine and employed a steady number of Rock Mill employees for many decades.

In town and nearby (communities of Bacon Level, Alabama and old Cedric, Alabama) was also a larger pottery community making esp. urns, churns, jugs for whiskey, molasses, sugar, milk and the water pitchers and washing bowls needed in every home. These potters still widely known today. And potters from this locaiton moved further West to Mississippi and Texas. The immigration road to the West (to Mississippi, Arkansas, esp Texas) passed along here and so this pottery industry allowed immigrants to buy needed urns, churns, pots for storage. Local potters included well known Pittman Brothers, Boggs Family, WD Pound and Jessie Weathers.

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Virander Singh Chauhan

Virander Singh Chauhan is an Indian scientist and a Rhodes Scholar working in the fields of genetic engineering and biotechnology and known for his contributions to the development of a recombinant vaccine for malaria. He was honored by the Government of India in 2012 with the fourth highest Indian civilian award of Padma Shri.

Virander Singh Chauhan, born on 3 March 1950, graduated in Chemistry (BSc) from the University of Delhi in 1969 and secured his post graduation (MSc) from the same university in 1971. His career started as the faculty member of Chemistry at the St. Stephen’s College, Delhi and continued his research at Delhi University. In 1974, he obtained a Ph.D., after which he moved to Oxford University, on temporary leave from the college, on a Rhodes Scholarship where he stayed till 1977. On his return from the Oxford, he resumed his duties at St. Stephen’s College where he worked till 1979. In between, he had a brief stay of one year as a post doctoral fellow at the University of Georgia during 1977-78.

In 1979, Chauhan joined the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur as an Assistant Professor and returned to Delhi University in 1982 as the Reader of the Department of Chemistry. In 1986, he was promoted as the Professor and worked there till 1988. Resigning from the university, Chauhan joined the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), an non profit research organization under the aegis of United Nations Industrial Development Organization as senior scientist and was entrusted the leadership of the workgroup involved in the research on Malaria. In 1998, he was appointed as the Director of the institute, a post he held till 2014.

Virander Chauhan is the secretary of the Indian arm of Rhodes Scholarships UK and is a member of the selection committees of such as Inlaks, Felix and Dr. Manmohan Singh scholarships. A former president of the Society of Biological Chemists during 2009-2011, Chauhan is an elected member (1992) of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Guha Research Conference and The World Academy of Sciences TWAS. He has served as the president of Indian Peptide Society and as a member of scientific institutions such as New York Academy of Sciences, American Society of Microbiology, Indian Biophysical Society and Indian Immunology Society. He has been a member of the executive councils of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi and the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) for their Indo-US Vaccine Action Programme. He has also been a part of other initiatives by Department of Biotechnology, Rotaviral Diarrhoea Vaccine Product Development Project and Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry Programme and has served as the part-time chairman of Bharat Immunologicals and Biologicals Corporation Limited, a vaccine manufacturing company under DBT.

Chauhan has been associated with international bodies such as the World Health Organization (WHO) as the member of the Expert Advisory Panel on Vaccines and Biological Standards, International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) and Asia-Pacific International Molecular Biology Network (A-IMBN), South Korea, as a member of their Technical Research Groups. He has also been a part of the editorial boards of several national and international journals like International Journal of Biomedical Science, Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology, Journal of Peptide Science, Asian Biotechnology and Development Review, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, Indian Journal for Biochemistry and Biophysics, Journal of Molecular Structure and The Open Vaccine Journal.

Virander Chauhan was the leader of the workgroup engaged in the development of a vaccine during his early years in the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. His team is known to have developed a recombinant vaccine, the first time such vaccine developed entirely in India, which is now in its clinical trials stage. His research has also assisted in the understanding of artemisinin and chloroquine, drugs used in the treatment of Malaria. It is also reported to have helped in the development of high throughput screens for the discovery of drugs for Malaria. He has also done research on conventionally defined Peptides, which is of significance for developing antibiotic peptides as well as anti-fibrillizing structures (anti amyloids) that may help in finding treatment protocols for diseases like HIV and Diabetes mellitus type 2. The work has also led to the formation of nanostructures to be used as biomolecule vehicles for site delivery.

Virander Singh Chauhan is known to have guided over 50 research students and is credited with over 200 research papers, published in peer reviewed national and international journals. PubMed, an international knowledge repository, has listed 203 research articles by Chauhan. His papers are also featured on known research databases such as Microsoft Academic Search, PubFacts and Pubget. He has also delivered keynote addresses at many seminars and conferences.

Virander Chauhan, a Rhodes Scholar of 1974 and a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS), received Dr. MOT Iyengar Memorial Award from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in 1995. This was followed by Ranbaxy Research Award in 2001, Om Prakash Bhasin Award in 2002 and ICMR Basanti Devi Amir Chand Prize in 2003. He is also a recipient of Raj Kristo Dutt Memorial Award of the Indian Science Congress Association in 2010 and the BioSpectrum Person of the Year Award in 2011. In 2012, the Government of India awarded him the civilian honor of Padma Shri. He also holds the Fellowships of Indian Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, India, and Indian Society for Parasitology.

Controversies have been reported about Chauhan’s stint as the Director of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB). Honey Reddy, a former researcher at ICGEB registered a complaint with the National Commission for Women against Chauhan, in 2007, accusing him of harassment that resulted in her resignation from the institute. P. V. Latitha, a former employee of ICGEB earlier launched a complaint with regard to the authorship of an article published in the journal, Infection and Immunity in which she alleged that Chauhan had deliberately removed her name from the list of authors.

In 2012, a group of 24 scientists out of the 30 working at the institute, sent a letter to the then Director General, Francisco Baralle, demanding the removal of Chauhan from the post of the Director, alleging mismanagement, favouritism and lack of transparency. Baralle, in his reply, informed the complainants that the decision could not be taken without due discussion with the Indian authorities. Spokesman and secretary of the Department of Biotechnology, Krishnaswamy Vijayaraghavan, informed Nature India journal on 28 January 2013 that a detailed investigation would be instituted into the allegations. Later, in November 2013, Madan Mohan, a senior scientist and a Fellow of the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, sent a lawyer’s notice to the institute asking for compensation to the tune of US$ 5 million for violation of fundamental rights, mental torture allegedly suffered by him and damage to his reputation.

In December 2013, the board of directors of the institute met to discuss the issues and made a decision to reconstitute the institute, directly under the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India. Subsequently, the reconstitution was effected with K. Vijayaraghavan as the Liaison Officer of the Department of Biotechnology for ICGEB. Virandar Chauhan has since retired from the institute’s service and Sudhir Sopory is its incumbent Interim Director.

Rekurrenz (Medizin)

Als Rekurrenz (von lat. recurrere (Inf.) für „zurücklaufen“) bezeichnet man in der Medizin das Wiederauftreten einer Erkrankung oder eines Krankheitssymptoms. Häufiger wird jedoch der Begriff Rezidiv im Zusammenhang mit erneuter Erkrankung nach einer nicht dauerhaft erfolgreichen Therapie verwendet.

Rekurrenz bedeutet z. B. in der Transplantationsmedizin das Wiederauftauchen einer Grunderkrankung nach einer erfolgreichen Transplantation, die das transplantierte Organ wiederum befällt. Beispiele sind die Rekurrenz eines Lupus erythematodes, einer primären Glomerulonephritis, Amyloidose, Kryoglobulinämie oder einer diabetischen Nephropathie. Die Häufigkeit des erneuten Auftretens der Grunderkrankung nach Transplantation wird als Rekurrenzrate angegeben.

In der Infektiologie bezeichnet die Rekurrenz besonders das regelmäßige Wiederauftreten von Infektionszeichen, z. B. eines Exanthems oder eines Fieberschubes. In Abgrenzung zu dauerhaftem Fieber (Continua) spricht man auch von „rekurrentem Fieber“ beispielsweise bei Malaria oder Rückfallfieber (Febris recurrens). Das Wiederauftreten von zuvor latenten Viruserkrankungen (z. B. bei Herpes-simplex-Viren, Cytomegalievirus oder Hepatitis-B-Virus) wird meist nicht als Rekurrenz, sondern als Reaktivierung bezeichnet.

Aèce d’Antioche

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Aèce d’Antioche ou Aétius d’Antioche (lat.: Aetius Antiochenus, gr : Αέτιος ο Αντιοχεύς), mort vers 365, était une personnalité du christianisme ancien qui fut diacre puis évêque de la communauté anoméenne d’Antioche.

Originaire de Cœlé-Syrie, il fut le fondateur du mouvement chrétien anoméen, de tendance arienne. Il est l’auteur d’un Syntagmation. Ses opposants trinitariens, faisant un jeu de mots avec son nom, l’appelaient « athée » (atheos au lieu de Aetios).

Aétius grandit dans la pauvreté et l’esclavage Il travaille comme orfèvre à Antioche pour subvenir au besoin de sa mère, devenue veuve, et étudie la philosophie. Après la mort de sa mère, Aétius poursuit son commerce et étend son champ d’études aux écrits chrétiens, à la théologie chrétienne et à la médecine.

Après avoir travaillé comme vigneron puis de nouveau orfèvre, il se fait médecin ambulant et fait montre d’une grande habileté dans les discussions ayant trait aux sujets médicaux. Cependant, sa capacité de controverse trouvent rapidement un nouveau champ d’exercice dans les grandes questions théologiques de l’époque. Il étudie successivement auprès des ariens, de Paulinus, évêque d’Antioche, d’Athanase d’Anazarbe et du prêtre Antoine de Tarse.

En 350, il est ordonné diacre par Léonce d’Antioche mais est, peu de temps après, contraint de quitter la ville sous la pression des partisans du trinitarisme. Au premier synode de Sirmium, il remporte une victoire dialectique sur les évêques homoiousiens Basilius et Eustathius, qui cherchent en conséquence à lui attirer l’inimitié de l’empereur Constantius Gallus. En 356, il part pour Alexandrie avec Eunomius afin de défendre l’arianisme, mais est banni par Constance II. Julien le rappelle d’exil, lui octroie une résidence sur l’île de Lesbos et l’accueille un temps en sa cour de Constantinople.

Ordonné évêque, Aétius use de son autorité en faveur de l’arianisme en ordonnant à son tour d’autres évêques de cette mouvance. Lors de l’accession au pouvoir de Valens, en 364, il se retire dans sa résidence de Lesbos mais revient rapidement à Constantinople, où il meurt en 367.

La secte arianiste des Anoméens, dont il était le chef, est parfois désignée sous le nom d’« Aétiens ». On a de lui un écrit, un Syntagmation, préservé et réfuté par Épiphane (Haer, livre LXXVI, 11), dans lequel il présente une série de 47 arguments pour établir que tout ce qui est engendré ne peut pas être Dieu.

Dans l’un de ses traités, Basile de Césarée écrit contre les Anoméens menés par Aétius, qu’il décrit comme un instrument entre les mains des « ennemis de la vérité ». Aétius est généralement considéré comme le premier à avoir introduit la doctrine anoméiste selon laquelle le Père et le Fils-Unique Engendré ne partagent pas la même substance divine.

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