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ABASGI converted, 403.
Alexander, the pope, opposes Arius,
posed by the council of Sardica; 312] as bishop of the church of
Alexandria, 13; his orthodox for-
ple, 312; advises the Henoticon, commotions at, 301, 361.
Amalasuntha, queen of the Goths,
Amantius, a deposed Arian, 164.
church of Alexandria, 13; joins in 195; testimony of the emperor
a conspiracy with Arius, 15. Theodosius to his fidelity and
Ammonius, the father of Arius,
166; defends the faith in Lycao-
bishops of the East, condemned, pedient, convinces the emperor
new errors to the Arian heresy, 58.
Anastasius, the emperor, accession
367; deposes Macedonius and
Flavian, 371 ; his humanity, 374;
empire, 396; his treachery, 444; diptychs, 374, 375; founds Da-
ras, 376; builds the Long Wall,
ib.; abolishes the Chrysargyrum, heresy, 13; first publishes his
vert the Scriptures, 22; his doc-
character of, 423; deposed, 430. to Eusebius, bishop of Nicomedia,
Armatus, put to death by Zeno, 363.
traction, convicted of sorcery, sostom in the bishopric of Con-
Arsenius, bishop of the Meletian
faction-concealed—an arm pro-
duced as his-said to be murder-
of the tyrant Julian, 152; earth- duces Arsenius, 70.
sions in the church of, 127. Artemius, a military commander,
great Eusebius,) banished for his Articles of faith maintained by the
cal bishop of Pergamos, 171. Asclepiades, a deposed Arian, 164.
Athanasius, St., his writings con-
perverted views, 199; is de- cans, 34; his account of the death
65; plot against, 66; declared
is carried on board of ship to save
of those who sided with it at the 71; returns from exile, again
goes thither, 75; recalled from his
rea, Patrophilius of Scythopolita- the see of Alexandria, 91; ban-
tius-condemned to death-sol-
escapes—his account of his es-
persecuted virgins in Alexandria,
condemning the Council of Rimi- | Cabaones, the Moor, defeats Thra-
ni, as opposed to that of Nice, 110. samund, 399.
Calandion, patriarch of Antioch,
denominated Audians, 165. Captive woman performs miracul.
Celestine, pope, writes to Nestorius,
bishop of Milan, death of, 158. Chalcedon, council of, 293, 317;
Chosroes I. invades the empire, 404;
Edessa, 407; and Sergiopolis,
banished by the emperor Valens, Chosroes II, flies to the Romans,
461; restored, 462; his offerings,
proves the emperor Constantius, Chrestus made bishop of Nice,
restores Timothy Ælurus to his under Julian, 133— 148; laws
ib. ; sepulchral honours rendered
takes Carthage, 400; returns in censured as being slaves to ambi-
to Sapor, king of Persia, respect-
Chrysargyrum abolished, 378.
them, and their feelings at the Cleopater, a deposed Arian, 164.
council of Nice, with unanimous
assembled at the council of Nice, Constantine restores tranquillity-
prohibits sacrifices to idols-com-
others rebuilt appoints be-
lievers to be governors—temples council to expunge the two terms
words “ of a different substance,”
epistle to the Alexandrians, to 125.
Council of Constantinople, 205; con-
314; violent rains, 315; sedition, Cross, adoration of the, 405.
of Jerusalem, 115; is deposed
ter to Athanasius, calling him sus, ib.; falsely accused to the
by a Pagan priest's son, 140. heresy, 212.
sarea, in Palestine ; removed to Demosthenes, cook to the emperor
sarea, and receives a remarkable
Design of the work of Theodoret,
persuade Constantius to call this the church, 12.
Didymus, of Alexandria, opposes Basil and Eustathius denounce
him to the emperor Constantius,
115; seizes upon the government
stands forward in defence of the 119, 120.
Eugenius usurps the throne of V:-
sentenced to death, ib.
presides in the second council of bishop of Antioch, 59.
banished by the emperor Velens,
posed, 268; visits Simeon the been appointed bishop of Edessa,
bishopric of Cyzicum, 190; by
deceit obtains ordination, 121;
is induced prematurely to divulge
the emperor Constantius' citation,
India by distress for water, not Eunomius (an Arian) elected bi-
Eusebius, two of that name, the one
to the diocesan bishops in Asia, tory from the time of the Apostles
to that of Constantine, ll; he is
Paulinus, bishop of Tyre, 29; at
resy, but afterwards signed the
his epistle concerning the Nicene
futation of the Arians, on
takes forcible possession of the Eusebius, bishop of Nicomedia, as-