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WHOSE HISTORY IS WRITTEN, AND FROM WHICH EXTRACTS

ARE MADE, IN THIS AND THE PRECEDING VOLUMES.

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Abgarus, king of Edessa

33 vi. 596
A cacius, Bp. of Cæsarea, in Palestine 340 jii. 583
Acts of Paul and Thecla in the second
century

ii. 331
Acts of Pilate

33 vi. 605
Adamantius, author of a dialogue against
the Marcionites.

330 iv. 166
Adamites or Adamians, an imaginary sect. viii. 424
Addas, or Adimantus, a Manichee; near

the end of the third or the beginning of
the fourth century

iii. 279
Adrian, emperor

117 vij. 92
Aerius

360 iv. 179
Aetius, an Arian

359 iii. 584
Julius Africanus

220 ii. 457
Agapius, a Manichæan writer of the fourth
century

iii. 282
Agathias, writer of the history of Justinian' 565 viii. 149
Agrippa Castor

132 ji. 309
Alexander, Bp. of Alexandria

313 iii. 566
Alexander, Bp. of Jerusalem

212 ii. 414
Alexander of Lycopolis, in the fourth cen-

iji. 269

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vii. 574
The Ålexandrian Manuscript about 500

80
Alogians, an imaginary sect

viii. 627

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Ambrose, Origen's friend .

230 ji.

473
Ambrose, Bp. of Milan

374 iv. 330
Amelius, a Platonic pbilosopher

263 vii. 372
Ammonius, author of the Harmony of the
Gospels

220 ii. 438
Ammonius Saccas, a heathen philosopher at
Alexandria, master of Plotinus

vii. 446
Ammonius, a grammarian and priest at

Alexandria, master of Socrates the
historian

391 viji. 280
Amphilochius, Bp. of Iconium

370 iv. 290
Anatolius, Bp. of Laodicea

270 jj. 140
Anatolius, præfect of Illyricum in the time
Constantius, a zealous gentile

viii. 69
Andrew, Bp. of Cæsarea in Cappadocia500 v. 77
Angelics, an obscure sect

ij. 602
Anonymous author of the second epistle

ascribed to Clement of Rome, written in
the third century

ii. 55
Anonymous author against Artemon

212 ii. 402
Anonymous author of Questiones et Respon-

siones ad Orthodoxos, ascribed to Justin
Martyr, written in the fifth century

ii. 128
Anonymous author of the epistle to Diog-
netus; the second or third century

ii. 140
Anonymous author of a Computation of
Easter

243 jui. 71
Anonymous author concerning Discipline : 250

250 üi. 59
Anonymous author in praise of Martyrdom;
the third century

iii. 60
Anonymous author against the Novatian
Heretic

255 iii. 62
Anonymous author of the Passion of Per:
petua and Felicitas

203 ii. 584
Anonymous author of Rebaptizing

256 jj. 66
Anonymous author concerning shows 250 iii. 57
Anonymous author of Circumcision; time
uncertain

ii. 110
Anonymous writer against the christians 303 vii. 471
Anonymous author against the Marcion-
ites : time uncertain

iv. 166
Anonymous author of the Acts of Saturninus

and others: at the beginning of the fourth
century.

iii. 560

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Anonymous author of a Commentary upon
the book of Job: the fourth century

iii. 587
Anonymous author of a treatise in Augus-
tine's works

418 ib.
Antoninus the Pious, emperor

138 vii. 124
Marcus Antoninus, emperor

161 vü, 132
Apelles, a Marcionite

about 160 viii, 538
Claudius Apollinaris, Bp. of Hierapolis, in
Phrygia

176 ii. 313
Apollinarius, Bp. of Laodicea in Syria 362 iv. 257
Apollonius, a Roman senator

186 ii. 323
Another Apollonius, who wrote against the
Montanists

211 ii. 391
Apostolical Constitutions and Canons: time
uncertain

iv. 194
Apostolics, an obscure sect

ii, 603
Appion : in the second century

ii.

262
Apthonius,a Manichee, in the fourth century iii. 283
Apuleius, a Platonic philosopher

164 vii. 198
Arabianus: the second century

ii. 262
Arator

544

V. 105
Archelaus, Bp. in Mesopotamia : the begin-
ning of the fourth century

ii. 252
Arethas

540 103
Aristides

126 , jj. 308
Aristides the sophist

176 vii. 291
Aristo, of Pella

140 ii. 310
Arius

316 jii. 569
Arnobius

306 jj. 456
Another Arnobius

460 iii. 479
Arrian, who published Epictetus

109 vii. 85
Artemon, an Unitarian in the second century viii, 570
Asterius Urbanus

232 ii.

410
Asterius, an Arian

330 iii. 587
Athanasius, Bp. of Alexandria

326 iv. 152
Athenagoras

178 iii. 193
The Audians

350 iv. 176
Six writers of the Augustan history , 306 vii. 468

ii. 270

iv. 488
Aurelian, emperor

270 vii. 385

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Bacchylus

196 ji. 325 Bardesanes

180 ii. 316 St. Barnabas

71. i. 17 Basil, Bp. of Ancyra in Galatia

336 iii. 589 Basil, Bp. of Cæsarea, in Cappadocia 370 iv. 278 Basilides, a Heretic

about 132 viii. 349 Venerable Bede

701 144 Bemarchius, who wrote the bistory of Consiantine

350 vii. 580 Beryllus, Bp. of Bostra in Arabia

230 ij. 477 Bruttius Præsens, a heathen bistorian 136 vii. 102

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vii. 560 212 ii. 394

ii. 262

viii. 391 397 iv. 486

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190 ix. 611
424 v. 27
556 109
176 vij. 210

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Caians, or Cainites, an imaginary sect
Caius
Candidus: in the second century
Carpocrates, a Heretic in the second century
The third council of Carthage
Cassian, a principal defender of Docetism,

about
J. Cassian
M. A. Cassiodorius Senator
Celsus
Cerdon, a follower of Heracleon in the second

century
Cerinthus, an early Heretic
Chalcidius, a philosopher; time uncertain
Chromatius, Bp. of Aquileia
John Chrysostom, Bp. of Constantinople
Claudian
Clement, Bp. of Rome
Clement of Alexandria
Clementine Homilies: the second century
Clementine Epitome: fourth or fifth century
A Commentary upon thirteen of St. Paul's

Epistles. And see Hilary, deacon of

Rome
Commodian
Constantine the Great, the first christian

emperor
Cornelius, Bp. of Rome

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viii. 444
viii. 404

vii. 570
401 iv. 579
398 iv. 534
396 viij. 77

96 ii. 29
194 is. 220

ii. 376
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Cosmas, of Alexandria

535 Cresconius, grammarian among the Donatists 406 l. 560 Cyprian, Bp. of Cartbage, in Africa 248 jii. 3 Cyril, Bp. of Jerusalem

348 iv. 171 Cyril, Bp. of Alexandria

412

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J. Damascenus

730 v.

146 Damascius

540 viji. 138 Damasus, Bp. of Rome

366 iv. 275 Decius, emperor

249 vii. 356 Dictinius, Priscillianist, Bp. and author 390 iv. 362

iii. 275 Didymus of Alexandria Dioclesian's Persecution

303_313 vii. 515 Diodorus, Bp. of Tarsus

378 iv. 376 Dion Cassius

230 vii. 338 Dion Chrysostom, a sophist

98 vii. 298 Dionysius, Bp. of Alexandria

247 ii. 643

72 Dionysius, falsely called the Areopagite 490

vii. 123 Dionysius, Bp. of Corinth

170 ü. 144 Dionysius, Bp. of Rome

259 iii. 127 Donatists

312 ii. 555 See a History of divers of their writers jii. 560, &c. Donatus of Carthage

328 iji. 553 Ælius Donatus

356 viii. 278 Dorotheus, Presbyter of Antioch

290 iii. 159 Dorotheus, author of a Synopsis of the life

and death of the prophets and apostles, of no great value, probably composed in the

jii. 160

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Ebedjesu
Ebionites
Elcesaites, or Ossens: their time uncertain
Ephrem, the Syrian
Epictetus.
Epiphanius, Bp. in Cyprus
Epistle of the church of Smyrna, concern-

ing the martyrdom of Polycarp .

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