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Epistle of the churches of Vienne and Lyons 177 ii. 160 Epistle to Diognetus

ii. 140 Eucherius, Bp. of Lyons

434

52 Eunapius:

396 viii. 62 Eunomius, Bp. of Cyzicum

360 iii. 590 Eusebius, Bp. of Cæsarea in Palestine 315 iv. 69 Eusebius, Bp. of Laodicea

264 iii. 145 Eusebius, Bp. of Emesa

340 jii 592 Eusebius, Bp. of Nicomedia

324 iii. 594 Eusebius, Bp. of Vercelli

354 jv. 244 Eustathius, Bp. of Antioch

320 iv. 149 Eutbalius, Bp. of Sulca, in Ægypt

458 v. 68 Eutherius, Bp. of Tyana

431

33 Euthymius

1110 V. 164 Eutropius

370 viii. 42 Euzoius, Bp. of Cæsarea in Palestine 366 iii. 595

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Facundus, Bp. of Hermiana, in Africa 540 101 Faustinus and Marcellinus, Luciferians 383 iv. 250 Faustus, a Manichæan Bishop

384 iii. 283 Rufus Festus, proconsul of Asia

374 viii. 192 Firmilian, Bp. of Cæsarea, in Cappadocia . 233 ii. 578 Fortunatianus, Bp. of Aquileia

340 iv, 236 Fronto, a writer against the christians, master to M. Antoninus

vii. 208

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Galen
Gallus, emperor
Gaudentius, Bp. of Brescia
Gaudentius, a Donatist bishop in Numidia
Gelasius, Bp. of Rome
Geminianus or Geminian
Gennadius, presbyter of Marseilles
George, an Arian Bp. of Laodicea
Gregory, Bp. of Neocæsarea
Gregory, Bp. of Illiberis
Gregory Nazianzen
Gregory Nyssen
Gregory 1. Bp. of Rome

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A. D. VOL. PAGE Hegesippus

173 ii. 152 Heliodorus, author of the Ethiopics

viii. 16 Helladius, a grammarian and priest at Constantinople

viii. 280 Heraclean, Bp. of Chalcedon: time uncertain iii. 269 Heracleon, a Valentinian, time and country uncertain

viii. 439 Heraclitus

196 ii. 261 Hermas

100 ii. 57 Hermias

200 ii. 263 Hermogenes, a heretic

about 180 viï. 579 Hesychius, Bp. in Egypt.

296 iii. 209 Hierax, a learned Egyptian

302 qii. 285 Hierocles, who set up Apollonius Tyanæus as a rival to our Saviour

303 vii. 476 Hierocles of Alexandria, a Platonic philosopher

450 viii. 127 Hilary, Bp. of Poictiers

354 iv. 178 Hilary, deacon of Rome

380 iv. 381 Himerius, a sophist

363 viji. 3 Hippolytus

220 ii. 421

L Jamblichus

313 vii. 503 Jehudah, or Judah the holy, composer of the Mishna

180 - vi. 506 Jerom

392 iv. 403 Ignatius, Bp. of Antioch

. 107 jj. 73 The Imperfect Work upon St. Matthew 560 114 Innocent I. Bp. of Rome

402 jv. 586 Jolin, a martyr in Dioclesian's time

310 iii. 222 Josephus

76 vi. 393 Josippon, or Joseph Ben Gorion

930 vi. 531 Irenæus, Bp. of Lyons, in Gaul

178 ji. 165 Isidore, of Pelusium

412 V. 8 Isidore, Bp. of Seville

596

v. - 135 Judas

202 ij. 583 Julian, emperor

361 vii. 581 Jupilius, Bp. in Africa

550 V.

106 Justin Martyr

140 ii. 125 Juvenal

100 vi. 638 Juvencus

330 iv. 168

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VOL. PAGE
Firmianus Lactantius

306 iji. 481
Diogenes Laertius

210 vii. 318
Lampridius, one of the writers of the Au-
gustan bistory

306 vii. 468
The Council of Laodicea

363 iv. 182
Latroniau of Spain, a Priscillianist

380 iv. 338
Leo. I. Bp. of Rome

440

61
Leontius, of Constantinople

610 141
Leucius, a writer of apocryphal books, in iii. 431
the second century

viii, 514
Libanius, a sophist

370 viii. 14
Longinus.

264 vii. 376
Lucian, presbyter of Antioch, and martyr 290 iii. 202
Lucian, of Sainosata

176 vii. 278
Lucifer, Bp. of Cagliari, in Sardinia 354 iv. 247
Lucius, Bp. of Rome

252 iii. 77
Lucius, Arian Bp. of Alexandria, in the
fourth century

iii. 597

M.
Macrobius, Bp. of the Donatists at Rome 370 jii. 562
Macrobius

400 viii. 83
Malchion, presbyter of Antioch

270 jü. 135
Mani and his followers: before the end of
the third century

iii. 259
Marc, and the Marcosians ; in the second
century

viii. 428
Amm. Marcellinus

380 vii. 45
Marcellus, Bp. of Ancyra, in Galatia 320 iv. 146
Marcion, a follower of Cerdon

130 vii. 448
Marinus, successor of Proclus

485 viii. 132
Martial

100 vi. 635
Julius Firmicus Maternus

345 iv. 169
Maximin, an Arian Bp. in Africa

428 n. 597
Maximin II. emperor, bis letter in favour of
the christians

312 vii. 539
Maximus : in the second century

ü.

262
Meletius, an Egyptian Bp., and his followers 306 iii. 240
Melito, Bp. of Sardis, in Lydia

177 ii. 157
Methodius, Bp. of Olympus, in Lycia

290 ji. 181
Miltiades, an apologist for the christian re-
ligion

180 ii. 201

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M. Minucius Felix, an apologist for the christian religion

210 ii. 386 Mishna

180 vi. 505 Modestus

176 ii. 313 Montanus, and the Montanists in the second century

viii. 589 Musanus

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Narcissus, Bp. of Jerusalem

196 ii. 325 Nazarenes in the first century

vi. 384 Nepos, an Egyptian bishop

244 ii. 654 Nice, the council of

325 iv. 55 Nicephorus, patriarch of Constantinople : 806

85 Nicephorus Callisti

1325 167 Noëtus

220 ii. 590 Nonnus

410

7 Novatus, otherwise called Novatian

251

78 Novatians

251 iii. 95 Numenius, a philosopher, time uncertain

vii. 381

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V. 154 425 viii. 90

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Oecumenius
Olympiodorus
Ophians, or Ophites, supposed to be the

same as the Setbians
Optatus, of Milevi, in Africa
Oribasius, a philosopher, a friend of Julian
Origen
Origenists: an obscure sect
Paul Orosius, a christian writer about the

beginning of the fifth century Ossens, See Elcesaites

viii. 565 370 iv. 327

viii. 74 230 ii. 469

ii. 605

vii. 55

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Parmenian, Donatist Bp. at Carthage 350 jii. 562
Paul, of Samosata, Bp. of Antioch

260 ii.

666
Paulicians, in the seventh century

iii. 446
Paulinus, Bp. of Nola

403 iv. 587
Pausanias.

180 vi, 477
Pelagius

405 iv. 590
Peter, Bp. of Alexandria

300 ji, 237
Petilian, Donatist Bp. at Cirtha, in Numidia 411 iii. 562
Pbilaster, Bp. of Brescia

380 iv. 385
Phileas, Bp. of Thmuis, in Egypt

296 iji. 234
Philip, Bp. of Gortyna, in Crete

170 ii. 312
Pbilip, emperor

244 vii. 349
Philoromus, of Alexandria

296 iii. 234
Philostorgius, a learned Arian historian 425 iji. 597
Philostratus, his Life of Apollonius Tyanæus 210 vii. 487
Phlegon

138 vi. 105
Phæbadius, Bp. of Agen, in Gaul

359 iv. 253
Photinus

341 iv. 236
Photius, patriarch of Constantinople 858 150
Pierius, presbyter at Alexandria

283 ji. 155
Pinytus, Bp. of Gnossus, in Crete

170 ii. 312
Pliny the elder

77 vi.

625
Pliny the younger, and Trajan 106, 107 vii. 17
Plutarch, concerning the death of Pan 33 vi. 620
Polycarp, Bp. of Smyrna, in Asia.

108 ji. 94
Polycrates, Bp. of Ephesus

196 ii. 259
Pontius, deacon at Carthage

251

55
Porphyry

270 vii. 390
Praxagoras, of Athens

350 vii. 579
Praxeas, an Unitarian, about the end of the
second century

viij. 602
Priscillian, Bp. of Abila, in Spain, and his
followers

378 iv, 337
Proclus, president at the school at Athens. 464 viii. 130
Procopius, a christian writer of the history
of Justinian

552 viii. 149
Proculus, a Montanist

212 ü. 586
Prodicus a heretic

between 120 and 130 viii. 417
Prosper, of Aquitain

434

36
Works ascribed to Prosper

434

37
Prudentius, of Saragossa, in Spain

405

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