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a city in Galatia (see Smith's Dict. of Class. Geog. s.v.), where three councils were held:

I. In 314, attended by twelve or eighteen bishops; the subject of apostates was discussed, and twenty-five canons framed.

II. Semi-Arian, in 358, on the second formula of Sirmium (q.v.).

III. In 375, when Hypsius, bishop of Parnassus, was deposed. Smith, Tables of Church Hist.