|Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire|
|Dates||825 (taq) / 825 (tpq)|
|Locations||Syllaion (Pamphylia) (residence);|
|Textual Sources||Vita Antonii Iunioris (BHG 142), ed. A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus, Sylloge Palaistinês kai Syriakês Hagiologias I (St Petersburg, 1907), pp. 186-216 (hagiography)|
Eustratios 4 was stylite and a priest at Syllaion in Pamphylia; in 825 he gave the tonsure to Antonios the Younger (Antonios 12) and the latter's attendant Theodoros 111 when they gave up the world and adopted the monastic garb; for doing so he came under attack from the authorities, since Antonios was in office at the time as ek prosopou of the Kibyrrhaiotai: Vita Anton. Iun. (BHG 142) 22, 23, 25.
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