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CHAPTER I. Introduction to the Work.

CHAPTER II. By what Means the Emperor Constantine became a Christian.

CHAPTER III. While Constantine favors the Christians, Licinius, his Calleague, persecutes them.

CHAPTER IV. War arises between Constantine and Licinius

CHAPTER V. The Dispute of Arius with Alexander, his Bishop.




CHAPTER XI. Of the Bishop Paphnutius.

CHAPTER XII. Of Spyridon, Bishop of the Cypriots.

CHAPTER XIII. Of Eutychian the Monk






CHAPTER XX. In what Manner the Iberians were converted to

CHAPTER XXI. Of Anthony the Monk




CHAPTER XXV. Of the Presbyter who exerted himself for the




CHAPTER XXIX. Of Arsenius, and his Hand which was said to



CHAPTER XXXIII. The Members of the Synod proceed from Tyre to Jerusalem, and having celebrated the Dedication of the 'New Jerusalem,' receive Arius and his Followers into Communion.



CHAPTER XXXVI. Of Marcellus Bishop of Ancyra, and Asterius


CHAPTER XXXVIII. The Death of Arius.

CHAPTER XXXIX. The Emperor falls sick and dies



CHAPTER I. Introduction containing the Reason for the Author's Revision of his First and Second Books.

CHAPTER II. Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, and his Party, by again endeavoring to introduce the Arian Heresy, create Disturbances in the Churches

CHAPTER III. Athanasius, encouraged by the Letter of Constantine the Younger, returns to


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CHAPTER IV. On the Death of Eusebius Pamphilus, Acacius succeeds to the Bishopric of Coesarea.

CHAPTER V. The Death of Constantine the Younger.

CHAPTER VI. Alexander, Bishop of Constantinople, when at the Point of Death proposes the Election either of Paul or of Macedonius as his Successor.

CHAPTER VII. The Emperor Constantius ejects Paul after his Election to the Bishopric, and sending for Eusebius of Nicomedia, invests him with the Bishopric of Constantinople

CHAPTER VIII. Eusebius having convened Another Synod at Antioch in Syria, causes a New Creed to be promulgated.

CHAPTER IX. Of Eusebius of Emisa.

CHAPTER X. The Bishops assembled at Antioch, on the Refusal of Eusebius of Emisa to accept the Bishopric of Alexandria, ordain Gregory, and change the Language of the Nicene Creed.

CHAPTER XI. On the Arrival of Gregory at Alexandria, tended by a Military Escort, Athanasius flees.

CHAPTER XII. The People of Constantinople restore Paul to his See after the Death of Eusebius, while the Arians elect Macedonius

CHAPTER XIII. Paul is again ejected from the Church by Consiantius, in consequence of the Slaughter of Hermogenes, his General.

CHAPTER XIV. The Arians remove Gregory from the See of Alexandria, and appoint George in his Place.

CHAPTER XV. Athanasius and Paul going to Rome, and having obtained Letters from Bishop Julius, recover their respective Dioceses.

CHAPTER XVI. The Emperor Constantius, through an Order to Philip the Proetorian Prefect, secures the Exile of Paul, and the Installation of Mace−donius in his See

CHAPTER XVII. Athanasius, intimidated by the Emperor's Threats, returns to Rome again...........51 CHAPTER XVIII. The Emperor of the West requests his Brother to send him Three Persons who could give an Account of the Deposition of Athanasius and Paul. Those who are sent publish Another Form of the Creed.

CHAPTER XIX. Of the Creed sent by the Eastern Bishops to those in Italy, called the Lengthy Creed.

CHAPTER XX. Of the Council at Sardica.

CHAPTER XXI. Defense of Eusebius Pamphilus.

CHAPTER XXII. The Council of Sardica restores Paul and Athanasius to their Sees; and an the Eastern Emperor's Refusal to admit them, the Emperor of the West threatens him with War.........56 CHAPTER XXIII. Constantius, being Afraid of his Brother's Threats, recalls Athanasius by Letter, and sends him to Alexandria.

CHAPTER XXIV. Athanasius, passing through Jerusalem on his Return to Alexandria, is received into Communion by Maximus: and a Synod of Bishops, convened in that City, confirms the Nicene Creed

CHAPTER XXV. Of the Usurpers Magnentius and Vetranio.

CHAPTER XXVI. After the Death of Constans, the Western Emperor, Paul and Athanasius are again ejected from their Sees: the Former on his Way into Exile is slain; but the Latter escapes by Flight.

CHAPTER XXVII. Macedonius having possessed himself of the See of Canstantinople inflicts much Injury an those who differ from him.

CHAPTER XXVIII. Athanasius' Account of the Deeds of Violence committed at Alexandria by ii


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George the Arian.

CHAPTER XXIX. Of the Heresiarch Photinus.

CHAPTER XXX. Creeds published at Sirmium in Presence of the Emperor Constantius.................64 CHAPTER XXXI. Of Hosius, Bishop of Cardova.

CHAPTER XXXII. Overthrow of the Usurper Magnentius

CHAPTER XXXIII. Of the Jews inhabiting Dio−Caesarea in Palestine.

CHAPTER XXXIV. Of Gallus Caesar.

CHAPTER XXXV. Of Aetius the Syrian, Teacher of Eunomius.

CHAPTER XXXVI. Of the Synod Milan

CHAPTER XXXVII. Of the Synod at Ariminum, and the Creed there published.

CHAPTER XXXVIII. Cruelty of Macedonius, and Tumults raised by him.

CHAPTER XXXIX. Of the Synod at Seleucia, in Isauria

CHAPTER XL. Acacius, Bishop of Caesarea, dictates a new Farm of Creed in the Synod at Seleucia.

CHAPTER XLI. On the Emperor's Return from the West, the Acacians assemble at Constantinople, and confirm the Creed of Ariminum, after making Some Additions to it...............79 CHAPTER XLII. On the Deposition of Macedonius, Eudoxius obtains the Bishopric of Constantinople.

CHAPTER XLIII. Of Eustathius Bishop of Sebastia.

CHAPTER XLIV. Of Meletius Bishop of Antioch.

CHAPTER XLV. The Heresy of Macedanius.

CHAPTER XLVI. Of the Apollinarians, and their Heresy.

CHAPTER XLVII. Successes of Julian; Death of the Emperor Constantius.


CHAPTER I. Of Julian; his Lineage and Education; his Elevation to the Throne; his Apostasy to Paganism.

CHAPTER II. Of the Sedition exalted at Alexandria, and how George was slain.

CHAPTER III. The Emperor Indignant at the Murder of George, rebukes the Alexandrians by Letter.

CHAPTER IV. On the Death of George, Athanasius returns to Alexandria, and takes Possession of his See.

CHAPTER V. Of Lucifer and Eusebius.

CHAPTER VI. Lucifer goes to Antioch and consecrates Paulinus.

CHAPTER VII. By the Co−operation of Eusebius and Athanasius a Synod is held at Alexandria, wherein the Trinity is declared to be Consubstantial.

CHAPTER VIII. Quotations from Athanasius' 'Defense of his Flight.'

CHAPTER IX. After the Synod of Alexandria, Eusebius proceeding to Antioch finds the Catholics at Variance on Account of Paulinus' Consecration; and having exerted himself in vain to reconcile them, he departs; Indignation of Lucifer and Origin of a Sect called after him......91 CHAPTER X. Of Hilary Bishop of Poictiers.

CHAPTER XI. The Emperor Julian extracts Money from the Christians.

CHAPTER XII. Of Maris Bishop of Chalcedon; Julian forbids Christians from entering Literary Pursuits.

CHAPTER XIII. Of the Outrages committed by the Pagans against the Christians.

CHAPTER XIV. Flight of Athanasius.

CHAPTER XV. Martyrs at Merum in Phrygia, under Julian.

CHAPTER XVI. Of the Literary Labors of the Two Apollinares and the Emperor's Prohibition of Christians being instructed in Greek Literature.



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CHAPTER XVII. The Emperor preparing an Expedition against the Persians, arrives at Antioch, and being ridiculed by the Inhabitants, he retorts on them by a Satirical Publication entitled 'Misopogon, or the Beard−Hater.'

CHAPTER XVIII. The Emperor consulting an Oracle, the Demon gives no Response, being awed by the Nearness of Babylas the Martyr.

CHAPTER XIX. Wrath of the Emperor, and Firmness of Theodore the Confessor.

CHAPTER XX. The Jews instigated by the Emperor attempt to rebuild their Temple, and are frustrated in their Attempt by Miraculous Interposition.

CHAPTER XXI. The Emperor's Invasion of Persia, and Death.

CHAPTER XXII. Jovian is proclaimed Emperor.

CHAPTER XXIII. Refutation of what Libanius the Sophist said concerning Julian.

CHAPTER XXIV. The Bishops flock around Jovian, each attempting to draw him to his own Creed.

CHAPTER XXV. The Macedonians and Acacians meet at Antioch, and proclaim their Assent to the Nicene Creed.

CHAPTER XXVI. Death of the Emperor Jovian.


CHAPTER I. After Jovian's Death, Valentinian is proclaimed Emperor, and takes his Brother Falens as Colleague in the Empire; Valentinian holds the Orthodox Faith, but Falens is an Arian

CHAPTER II. Valentinian goes into the West; Valens remains at Constantinople, and grants the Request of the Macedonians to hold a Synod, but persecutes the Adherents of the 'Homoousion.'

CHAPTER III. While Valens persecutes the Orthodox Christians in the East, a Usurper arises at Constantinople named Procopius: and at the Same Time an Earthquake and Inundation take Place and injure Several Cities

CHAPTER IV. The Macedonians hold a Synod at Lampsacus, during a Period of Both Secular and Ecclesiastical Agitation; and after confirming the Antiochian Creed, and anathematizing that promulgated at Ariminum, they again ratify the Deposition of Acacius and Eudoxius.............105 CHAPTER V. Engagement between Valens and _Procopius near Nacolia in Phrygia; after which the Usurper is betrayed by his Chief Officers, and with them put to Death

CHAPTER VI. After the Death of Procopius Valens constrains those who composed the Synod, and All Christians, to profess Arianism


CHAPTER VII. Eunomius supersedes Eleusius the Macedonian in the See of Cyzicus, His Origin and Imitation of Aetius, whose Amanuensis he had been

CHAPTER VIII. Of the Oracle found inscribed an a Stone, when the Walls of Chalcedon were demolished by Order of the Emperor Valens

CHAPTER IX. Valens persecutes the Novatians, because they accepted the Orthodox Faith.........107 CHAPTER X. Birth of Valentinian the Younger

CHAPTER XI. Hail of Extraordinary Size; and Earthquakes in Bithynia and the Hellespont.........108 CHAPTER XII. The Macedonians, pressed by the Emperor's Violence toward them, send a Deputation to Liberius Bishop of Rome, and subscribe the Nicene Creed

CHAPTER XIII. Eunomius separates from Eudoxius; a Disturbance is raised at Alexandria by Endoxius, and Athanasius flees into Voluntary Exile again, but in Consequence of the Clamors of the People the Emperor recalls and re−establishes him in his See

CHAPTER XIV. The Arians ordain Demophilus after the Death of Eudoxius at Constantinople; but the Orthodox Party constitute Evagrius his Successor

CHAPTER XV. The Emperor banishes Evagrius and Eustathius. The Arians persecute the iv


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CHAPTER XVI. Certain Presbyters burnt in a Ship by Order of Valens. Famine in Phrygia...........112 CHAPTER XVII. The Emperor Valens, while at Antioch, again persecutes the Adherents of the 'Homoousion.'


CHAPTER XVIII. Events at Edessa: Constancy of the Devout Citizens, and Courage of a Pious Woman

CHAPTER XIX. Slaughter of Many Persons by Valens an Account of their Names, in Consequence of a Heathen Prediction

CHAPTER XX. Death of Athanasius, and Elevation of Peter to His See

CHAPTER XXI. The Arians are allowed by the Emperor to imprison Peter and to set Lucius over the See of Alexandria


CHAPTER XXII. Silence of Sabinus on the Misdeeds of the Arians; Flight of Peter to Rome;

Massacre of the Solitaries at the Instigation of the Arians

CHAPTER XXIII. The Deeds of Same Holy Persons who devoted themselves to a Solitary Life

CHAPTER XXIV. Assault upon the Monks, and Banishment of their Superiors, who exhibit Miraculous Power

CHAPTER XXV. Of Didymus the Blind Man


CHAPTER XXVI. Of Basil of Caesarea, and Gregory of Nazianzus

CHAPTER XXVII. Of Gregory Thaumaturgus (the Wander−Worker)

CHAPTER XXVIII. Of Novatus and his Followers. The Navatians of Phrygia alter the Time of keeping Easter, following Jewish Usage

CHAPTER XXIX. Damasus ordained Bishop of Rome. Sedition and Loss of Life caused by the Rivalry Ursinus

CHAPTER XXX. Dissension about a Successor to Auxentius, Bishop of Milan. Ambrose, Governor of the Province, going to appease the Tumult, is by General Consent and with the Approval of the Emperor Valentinian elected to the Bishopric of that Church

CHAPTER XXXI. Death of Valentinian

CHAPTER XXXII. The Emperor Valens, appeased by the Oration of Themistius the Philosopher, abates his Persecution of the Christians


CHAPTER XXXIII. The Goths, under the Reign of Valens, embrace Christianity

CHAPTER XXXIV. Admission of the Fugitive Garbs into the Roman Territories, which caused the Emperor's Overthrow, and eventually the Ruin of the Roman Empire

CHAPTER XXXV. Abatement of Persecution against the Christians because of the War with the Goths


CHAPTER XXXVII. After the Departure of Valens from Antioch, the Alexandrians expel Lucius, and restore Peter, who had come with Letters from Damasus Bishop of Rome..................125.

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