His name was inserted by his successor Atticus in the dyptics of the church of Constantinople, A.D. 418. Ten years afterwards he was revered as a saint. Cyril, who inherited the place and the passions of his uncle Theophilus, yielded with much reluctance. See Facund. Hermian. l. vi. c. 1 [p. 142, ed. Par. 1629]; Tillemont, Mem. Eccles. tom. xiv. p. 277-283.