A disciple and friend of Paul, who lived in Troas, 2Ti 4:13.
A Christian at Troas, with whom Paul left his cloak (2Ti 4:13) on his last hurried journey previous to his second captivity and martyrdom at Rome. Bishop of Berytus in Thrace subsequently, according to Hippolytus. He must have been a trustworthy friend to have had Paul's "books" (on papyrus), and "especially" his "parchments" (perhaps containing some of his inspired epistles) committed to him.
An inhabitant of Troas, with whom St. Paul stayed, probably on his last journey to Rome (2Ti 4:13). The name is Greek, but we have no means of proving his nationality.