Olympiad 303 (...) 11. Juvenal presided as bishop of Jerusalem. I learned this from the account of Germaus, a presbyter of the Arabian region who was on his way thence to Gallaecia, and from the account of certain Greeks. They also said that Juvenal, along with other bishops of both the province of Palestine and the East, had been summoned to Constantinople and taken part in a council of bishops which had been convoked in the presence of Augustus Theodosius for the purpose of destroying the Ebionite heresy, which Atticus, the bishop of the same city, was trying to revive through the depraved ingenuity of that most stupid sect. But the statements of these informants did not reveal at what time the holy John, Jerome, and the others whom I have mentioned above, died or what had been the name of the bishop between John and Juvenal, although it was known at least that he had been a church elder who had lived only a short time (97 ).
(transl. Burgess 1988: 93)