Apollinarus, 2531 bishop of Laodicea, in Syria, the son of a presbyter, applied himself in his youth to the diligent study of grammar, and afterwards, writing innumerable volumes on the Holy Scriptures, died in the reign of the Emperor Theodosius. There are extant thirty books by him Against Porphyry, which are generally considered as among the best of his works. 2532
Apollinaris the younger, Bishop 362, died about 390.381:2532
Works“generally recognized as authentic” Matougues.