Eusebius began a long-lived tradition of equating dissent and disagreement with persecution.
Dr. Westcott omits to mention that the words, moreover, are not used by Dionysius at all, but simply proceed from Eusebius.
Not a word, Eusebius, I know what you are going to say,—no shame at all.
And that—between ourselves be it said, Eusebius—is, I think, a strong proof of our deterioration.
It is enough that Eusebius admitted my other Homeric translations.
Eusebius mentions that Constantine placed a magnificent cross De Vit.
Before they quitted the city a terrible blow fell on Eusebius.
The theological sympathies of Eusebius were with the semi-Arian party, but his interest in the controversy was not strong.
I have a story to tell you, my dear Eusebius, of a tender conscience.
But for this last work he was chiefly indebted to Eusebius, Πετὶ τῶν οπικῶν ὀνομάτων.