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His Preface to Theodora and Didymus has psychological rather than historical significance.Prefaces to Four Seventeenth-Century Romances|Roger Boyle
The plan of uniting Didymus's garden with the Lochias and giving it to the little ones also met with his approval.
Clemens, who preceded Origen, taught it; and Didymus who succeeded him.The Arena|Various
The absent disciple was commonly known as Thomas or Didymus, the Twin.
He was not mistaken in supposing that she was Helena, Didymus's younger granddaughter, of whom Barine had spoken.