Acacius of Beroea
Acacius of Berea (also Acacius ) (c. 322; † 432-437 ) was the fourth and fifth century bishop of Berea in Syria.
About his youth is not much known. As a young man he lived in the monastery at Antioch in Antioch Gindanus. 377 he was sent to Rome to act against the I. Apollinarism with Pope Damasus. As Eusebius of Samosata 378 returned from exile, he consecrated as Bishop Acacius of Berea in Syria (now Aleppo ). He took over as bishop part in the first Council of Constantinople Opel (381).