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tus, 37.

Sedition in the city of Antioch, 224. from Arianism, 236; also to con-
Seleucia, council held at, 115 ; its vert some nomadic Scythian
proceedings, 116.

tribes, ib. ; encounters Gaïnas, a
Serapis, a Pagan temple, 229; de- powerful Scythian chieftain, in

struction of his statue within it, ib. argument before the emperor,
Sergiopolis, miraculous deliverance 237; afterwards, when in revolt,
of, 408.

subdues him by his holy reputa-
Severus, emperor of the West, 305. tion and conduct, 239; sustains
Severus, patriarch of Antioch, 371; persecution and banishment, ib.;
abandons his see, 389.

is recalled and a second time sent
Silvanus, bishop of Tarsus, 229; into exile, where he dies, 240.

protects Cyril, the exiled bishop St. Julian, a monk, prescient of the
of Jerusalem, ib.; defends the death of the tyrant Julian, 149; is
term con-substantialbefore falsely accused of Arianism, 192.
the emperor Constantius, 119. St. Sophia, church of, 412.
Silverius, pope, 402.

Symeon, a leader of the Messalian
Silvester, bishop of Rome, 13.

sect, 166.
Simeon, a monk, 193.

Synesius of Cyrene, 277.
Simeon the Stylite 272; his re- Synodical epistle respecting Meli-

mains conveyed to Antioch, 274;
miracles, 276; addresses letters Synodical letter from Sardica a-
to the emperor Leo, and Basil, gainst Arians, 78.

patriarch of Antioch, 311. Synodical letter from the council
Simeon the Stylite, the younger,

of Rimini to the bishops of Illy-

ria, 108.
Simeon, a monk of Emesa, 415. Synodical epistle against the dea-
Simplicius, pope, 354.

con Aëtius, 120.
Siricius succeeds Damasus, as bi- Synodical letter to the emperor
shop of Rome, 230.

Jovian respecting the maintenance
Spiritualists their blasphemous of the Nicene faith, 154.
creed, 210.

Synodical letter issued by the coun-
Stephen, of Antioch, opponent to cil of Constantinople, 207.

orthodox doctrines, 88; his im- Synodical letter written by Da-
moral conduct,-employs Onager masis, against various heresies,
in infamous conduct, and de-

posed, 90; becomes patriarch of
Antioch, 319.

Telemachus, a deposed Arian, 164.
St. Athanasius, condemned to death Telemachus, a monk, murdered

by Julian, saves himself by stra- whilst endeavouring to separate
tagem and flight, 136; his death, two gladiators in combat, 234.

Terentius, a pious general, his mild
St. Basil, bishop of Cæsarea, 176; rebuke of the emperor Valens,

resolutely opposes the authority 195.
of the emperor Valens in matters Theodore, a young Christian, cruel-
pertaining to faith, ib.

ly tortured by order of Julian,
St. Euphemia, church of, 291; mi- 137.
racles, 293.

Theodore, an Arian bishop, 205.
St. John Chrysostom appointed bi- Theodore, bishop of Mopsuestia,

shop of Constantinople, 235; his 235.
zeal for the cause of truth, ib.; | Theodoret, bishop of Cyrus, de-
endeavours to reclaim the Goths posed, 269; re-instated, 301, 338.
Theodoric, the Scythian, his insur- | Totila seizes Rome, 403; over-

rection and death, 363, 364; takes thrown by Narses, 404.
Rome and makes himself king, Trajan, a military chief, boldly re-

bukes the emperor Valens, 196.
Theodosius, a general, gains a sig- Trinity, the consubstantial and eter-

nal victory, 203; sees a vision, nal, 39.
204; remarkable recognition of Urfila, bishop among the Goths,
the bishop of Tarsus by, 205. 197.
Theodosius, the emperor, remon-

strates with Valentinian the Valens (brother of the emperor
younger, 217; wins him back to Valentinian) is seduced into the
the faith, and revenges the mur- Arian heresy, 167; expels several
der of Gratian, 218; enacts a law exemplary bishops, 168; and ele-
against heretical assemblies, 218; vates to the prelacy men of here-
receives a remonstrance from bi- tical opinions, 169; persecutes
shop Ambrose, 220; his bitter the Christians at Edessa, 172;
repentance, ib.; causes the de- disabled when about to sign the
molition of idolatrous temples, edict of banishment against Bi-
226; heals the long-continued shop Basil, 178; defeated by the
dissensions among the churches, Goths, 197; his untimely end, ib.
231; obtains a signal victory

Valentinian resents the public pro-
through faith and prayer, 232; fanity of the emperor Julian, and
his death, 234.

is banished, 143; proclaimed
Theodosius, the younger, summons emperor, 157; convokes the bi-

the council of Ephesus, 258 ; shops to fill up a vacant prelacy,
condemns Nestorius, 271, 272 ; 158; his death, 216.
rebuked by Simeon, 273.

Valentinian III., his death, 304.
Theodotius, bishop of Laodicea, Valentinus, his heretical teaching,
condemned, 27.

Theodotus, bishop of Ancyra, 260. Varamus dethrones Hormisdas, 460;
Theodotus, bishop of Jerapole, defeats Chosroes 11., 461; de-

feated, 462.
Theodotus, an Arian bishop, 205. Vardanes heads the Armenian re-
Theognis, an Arian bishop, ib. volt, 432.
Theognis, bishop of Nice, expelled, Verina favours Leo, 317.

Vetranion, bishop of Scythia, re-
Theonas and Secundus, excommu- bukes the emperor Valens, 197.
nication of, 37.

Vitalian revolts, 385; defeated by
Theophilus, bishop of Alexandria, sea, ib, ; assassinated, 388.

takes active steps to suppress Vitalis, bishop of Antioch, 13.
idolatry within his jurisdiction,
228; becomes bishop of Alexan- Wife of Julian, (governor of the
dria, 231.

East,) beautiful exhortation to
Thomas, bishop of Apamea, courts her dying husband, 139.

Chosroes, 405; displays the wood
of the cross, ib.

Xenaias, his violence, 368.
Timothy Ælurus, patriarch of Alex-

andria, 306; banished, 312; re- Zeno, the emperor, marries Ariadne,
stored, 340; enthrones Paul at 315; murders Aspar, 316; as-
Ephesus, 346.

sumes the purple, ib.; his cha-

racter, 339; flies from Basiliscus, | Zeugmatus, a monk, 193.
340; restored, 348; issues thé Zosimas, the monk, his miracles,
Henoticon, 351; writes to' Pope 391.
Felix, 359; puts to death Arma- Zosimus, the historian, refutation
tus, 363; his death, 366.

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