- pope a.d. 309 or 310.
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Eusebius began a long-lived tradition of equating dissent and disagreement with persecution.The Death of Jesus and the Rise of the Christian Persecution Myth
March 31, 2013
Not a word, Eusebius, I know what you are going to say,—no shame at all.
It is enough that Eusebius admitted my other Homeric translations.
He cannot possibly herd with Eusebius; he had no modest bearing about him.
Eusebius tells us how they healed the sick by laying on of hands.Psychotherapy
Eusebius says that Bacchylides "flourished" (ἤκμαζεν) in Ol.
- ?265–?340 ad, bishop of Caesarea: author of a history of the Christian Church to 324 a.d