Simplicius was not a Christian, and such a man was not likely to be converted at a time when Christianity was grossly corrupted.
Simplicius, on the 8th October, 477, had congratulated him on his return.
Simplicius: And what are the signs that the planets revolve round the sun as centre?
Such was the man with whom the Popes Simplicius and Felix had to deal.
He was succeeded by Simplicius of Emona, who had been a schoolmaster, but was now the assessor of Maximin.
Simplicius, a native of Cilicia, lived in the 6th century of our era.
His observation has made work for commentators, from Simplicius downwards.
Another of the exiles was the eclectic philosopher Simplicius, "the most acute and judicious of the interpreters of Aristotle."
The assertion of the philosopher Simplicius has been called in question for very plausible reasons.
The story is told by Simplicius in his commentary on this chapter.