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INDEX IV.

ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE

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AUTHORS, SECTS, AND WRITINGS,

WHOSE HISTORY IS WRITTEN, AND FROM WHICH EXTRACTS
ARE MADE, IN THIS AND THE PRECEDING VOLUMES.

Adrian, emperor
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Abgarus, king of Edessa

Acacius, Bp. of Cæsarea, in Palestine
Acts of Paul and Thecla in the second

century.
Acts of Pilate
Adamantius, author of a dialogue against
the Marcionites

Adamites or Adamians, an imaginary sect.
Addas, or Adimantus, a Manichee; near
the end of the third or the beginning of
the fourth century

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The Alexandrian Manuscript
Alogians, an imaginary sect

A. D. VOL. PAGE
33 vi. 596
340 iii. 583

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ii. 331
33 vi. 605

330

Aetius, an Arian

Julius Africanus

Agapius, a Manichæan writer of the fourth
century

Agathias, writer of the history of Justinian
history of Justinian 565
Agrippa Castor
Alexander, Bp. of Alexandria
Alexander, Bp. of Jerusalem

Alexander of Lycopolis, in the fourth cen-

tury

iii. 279
117 vii. 92
360 iv. 179
359 iii. 584
220 ii.
ii. 457

iv. 166
viii. 424

iii. 282
viii. 149

132 ii. 309
313 iii. 566
212 ii. 414
iii. 269
vii. 574
80
viii. 627

V.

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Ambrose, Origen's friend
Ambrose, Bp. of Milau
Amelius, a Platonic philosopher
Ammonius, author of the Harmony of the

Gospels

Ammonius Saccas, a heathen philosopher at
Alexandria, master of Plotinus

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INDEX IV.

Ammonius, a grammarian and priest at
Alexandria, master of Socrates the
historian

Amphilochius, Bp. of Iconium
Anatolius, Bp. of Laodicea
Anatolius, præfect of Illyricum in the time
Constantius, a zealous gentile
Andrew, Bp. of Cæsarea in Cappadocia
Angelics, an obscure sect
Anonymous author of the second epistle
ascribed to Clement of Rome, written in
the third century
Anonymous author against Artemon
Anonymous author of Questiones et Respon-
siones ad Orthodoxos, ascribed to Justin
Martyr, written in the fifth century
Anonymous author of the epistle to Diog-
netus; the second or third century
Anonymous author of a Computation of
Easter

Anonymous author concerning Discipline
Anonymous author in praise of Martyrdom ;
the third century

Anonymous author against the Novatian
Heretic
Anonymous author of the Passion of Per-
petua and Felicitas

Anonymous author of Rebaptizing
Anonymous author concerning shows
Anonymous author of Circumcision; time
uncertain

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Anonymous writer against the christians
Anonymous author against the Marcion-
ites: time uncertain

Anonymous author of the Acts of Saturninus
and others: at the beginning of the fourth
century

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ii.

ii.

243 iii.

250 iii.

iii.

255 iii.

203 ii.

256 iii.

250 iii.

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iii. 110

303 vii. 471

iv. 166

iii. 560

AUTHORS, SECTS, AND WRITINGS.

Anonymous author of a Commentary upon
the book of Job: the fourth century
Anonymous author of a treatise in Augus-
tine's works

Antoninus the Pious, emperor

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Marcus Antoninus, emperor
Apelles, a Marcionite
Claudius Apollinaris, Bp. of Hierapolis, in

about

Phrygia

Apollinarius, Bp. of Laodicea in Syria
Apollonius, a Roman senator

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Another Apollonius, who wrote against the
Montanists

Apostolical Constitutions and Canons: time
uncertain

Aristides

Aristides the sophist

Aristo, of Pella
Arius

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Apostolics, an obscure sect

Appion in the second century
Apthonius, a Manichee, in the fourth century
Apuleius, a Platonic philosopher
Arabianus: the second century
Arator

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Archelaus, Bp. in Mesopotamia: the begin-

ning of the fourth century

Arethas

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Arnobius

Another Arnobius

Arrian, who published Epictetus

Artemon, an Unitarian in the second century

Asterius Urbanus

Asterius, an Arian

Athanasius, Bp. of Alexandria

Athenagoras

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The Audians

Six writers of the Augustan history

Augustine, Bp. of Hippo Regius, in Africa

Aurelian, emperor

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A. D. VOL. PAGE

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iii. 587

418

ib.

138 vii. 124

161

vii. 132

160

viii. 538

176 ii.

313

362 iv.

257

186 ii.

323

211 ii. 391

iv.

194

ii.

603

ii.

262

iii. 283

164 vii. 198

ii. 262
544 V. 105

iii. 252
103

308

176 vii. 291

140 ii. 310

316 iii. 569

306 iii. 456
460 iii. 479

109 vii. 85

viii. 570

232 ii. 410

330 iii. 587

326 iv. 152

178 iii. 193

350 iv. 176

306 vii. 468

iii. 270
iv. 488

270 vii, 385

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Bacchylus
Bardesanes
St. Barnabas

Basil, Bp. of Ancyra in Galatia

Basil, Bp. of Cæsarea, in Cappadocia
Basilides, a Heretic

Venerable Bede

B.

Beryllus, Bp. of Bostra in Arabia
Bruttius Præsens, a heathen historian

about

Bemarchius, who wrote the history of Con

stantine

C.

Caians, or Cainites, an imaginary sect
Caius

J. Cassian

M. A. Cassiodorius Senator

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emperor

Cornelius, Bp. of Rome.

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Candidus: in the second century
Carpocrates, a Heretic in the second century
The third council of Carthage

Cassian, a principal defender of Docetism,
about

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Cerinthus, an early Heretic

Chalcidius, a philosopher; time uncertain
Chromatius, Bp. of Aquileia

John Chrysostom, Bp. of Constantinople
Claudian :

Clement, Bp. of Rome

Clement of Alexandria

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Celsus

Cerdon, a follower of Heracleon in the second

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Clementine Homilies: the second century
Clementine Epitome: fourth or fifth century
A Commentary upon thirteen of St. Paul's
Epistles. And see Hilary, deacon of

Rome
Commodian

Constantine the Great, the first christian

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A. D.

VOL. PAGE

535 V. 92

Cosmas, of Alexandria
Cresconius, grammarian among the Donatists 406 iii. 500
Cyprian, Bp. of Carthage, in Africa
Cyril, Bp. of Jerusalem
Cyril, Bp. of Alexandria

248 iii.

3

348 iv.

171

412 V. 13

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J. Damascenus
Damascius

Damasus, Bp. of Rome
Decius, emperor
Dictinius, Priscillianist, Bp. and author

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Didymus of Alexandria
Dioclesian's Persecution
Diodorus, Bp. of Tarsus
Dion Cassius

Dion Chrysostom, a sophist
Dionysius, Bp. of Alexandria

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Dionysius, falsely called the Areopagite

Dionysius, Bp. of Corinth
Dionysius, Bp. of Rome
Donatists

See a History of divers of their writers
Donatus of Carthage

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Ælius Donatus
Dorotheus, Presbyter of Antioch
Dorotheus, author of a Synopsis of the life
and death of the prophets and apostles, of
no great value, probably composed in the
sixth century

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Elcesaites, or Ossens: their time uncertain
Ephrem, the Syrian
Epictetus.

Epiphanius, Bp. in Cyprus

Epistle of the church of Smyrna, concerning the martyrdom of Polycarp.

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730 v. 146

540 viii. 138

366 iv. 275

249 vii. 356

390 iv. 362

370 { 300

iii. 275

vii. 515

378 iv. 376

230 vii. 338

98 vii. 298

ii. 643

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247

V. 72

490

vii. 123

170 ii.

144

259 iii. 127

312 iii. 555

iii. 560, &c. 328 iii. 553 356 viii. 278 290 iii. 159

iii. 160

1285 iv. 320

vi. 383
viii. 614

370 iv. 304

109 vii. 78

368 iv. 185

167 ii. 110

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