Marius Mercator (born probably in Northern Africa about 390; died shortly after 451) was a Latin Christian ecclesiastical writer best known for his advocacy of Augustinian theology during the Pelagian controversy. In 417 or 418 he was in Rome where he wrote two anti-Pelagian treatises, which he submitted to Augustine of Hippo. He received epistula 193 from Augustine around 418. From 429 until about 448 he was in Constantinople. In 429 he was described as a servus Dei.
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