Patriarch of Constantinople, who died in 489. Mixed in the intrigues of the Court of the Emperor Zeno, and published the Henoticon, favourable to the eutiquios edict. Felix IV launched an anathema against Acacio at a Council of Rome. The Patriarch anathematized in turn to the Pope, and persecuted Catholics. There are the two letters: one in Greek, addressed to Pedro Le Foulon; and one in latin, the Pope Simplicio, on the State of the Church of Alexandria.