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VOL. PAGE Parmenian, Donatist Bp. at Carthage 350 iii. 562 Paul, of Samosata, Bp. of Antioch

260 ii.

666 Paulicians, in the seventh century

iii. 446 Paulinus, Bp. of Nola

403 iv. 587 Pausanias

180 vi. 477 Pelagius

405 iv. 590 Peter, Bp. of Alexandria

300 ii. 237 Petilian, Donatist Bp. at Cirtha, in Numidia 41 iii. 562 Philaster, Bp. of Brescia

380 iv. 385 Phileas, Bp. of Thmuis, in Egypt

296 iii. 234 Philip, Bp. of Gortyna, in Crete

170 ii. 312 Philip, emperor

244 vii. 349 Philoromus, of Alexandria

296 iii. 234 Philostorgius, a learned Arian historian 425 iii. 597 Philostratus, his Life of Apollonius Tyanæus 210 vii. 487 Phlegon

138

vii. 105 Phæbadius, Bp. of Agen, in Gaul

359

iv. 253 Photinus

341 iv. 236 Photius, patriarch of Constantinople 858 v.

150 Pierius, presbyter at Alexandria

283 iii. 155 Pinytus, Bp. of Guossus, in Crete

170 ii. 312 Pliny the elder

77

vi. 625 Pliny the younger, and Trajan 106, 107 vii. 17 Plutarch, concerning the death of Pan 33 vi. 620 Polycarp, Bp. of Smyrna, in Asia

108

ii. 94 Polycrates, Bp. of Ephesus

196 ü, 259 Pontius, deacon at Carthage

251 iii. Porphyry

270 vii. 390 Praxagoras, of Athens

350 vii. 579 Praxeas, an Unitarian, about the end of the second century

viji. 602 Priscillian, Bp. of Abila, in Spain, and his followers

378 iv.

iv. 337 Proclus, president at the school at Athens 464 viii. 130 Procopius, a christian writer of the history of Justinian

552 viii. 149 Proculus, a Montanist

212 ü. 586 Prodicus a heretic between 120 and 130 viii. 417 Prosper, of Aquitain

434
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36 Works ascribed to Prosper

434

37 Prudentius, of Saragossa, in Spain

405 v. 3 306 vii. 468 tury

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Sabellius

256 ii. 662 Sabinus, an Arian ecclesiastical historian 376 iii. 600 Salvian, presbyter of Marseilles

440

64 Saturninus, a beretic

viii. 347 Scythian, one of Mani's predecessors : in the third century

iii. 317 Secundinus, of Rome, a Manichæan author 406 iii. 289 Cæcilius Sedulius

434 v.

55 Another Sedulius

818

v. 57 Seneca

vi. 6:37 Serapion, Bp. of Antioch

200 ji. 264 Serapion, Bp. of Thmuis, in Ægypt

347 iii. 270 Servius

412 viii. 278 Sethians

about 150 viii. 552 Severian, Bp. of Galbala, in Syria

401 iv. 570 Severus, Alexander

222 vii. 329 Severus, Septimius

202 vii. 308 Severus, Sulpicius

401 iv. 573 Sextus : in the second century

ii. 262 Sibylline Oracles: in the second century

ii. 333 Silvanus, Bp. of Gaza, in Palestine

310 iii. 221 Simplicius

550 viii. 148 Sisinnius, a disciple of Mani

about 300 iii. 267 Socrates, the ecclesiastical historian

440 171 Sophronius

390 iv. 391 Soter, Bp. of Rome

164 i.

ii. 311 Sozomen, the ecclesiastical historian

440 172 Spartian, one of the writers of the Augustan history

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Tatian
Terebinthus, one of Mani's predecessors :

in the third century
Tertullian
Testaments of the twelve patriarchs: in the

second century
Thallus: time not known
Themison, a Montanist
Themistius
Theodore, Bp. of Heraclea, in Thrace
Theodore, Bp. of Mopsuestia, in Cilicia
Theodoret
Theodotus, Bp. of Laodicea, in Syria
Theodotus, the tanner, an Unitarian
Theognostus, of Alexandria
Theonas, Bp. of Alexandria
Theophilus, Bp. of Antioch
Theophilus, Bp. of Cæsarea
Theophylact
Tiberian, of Spain, a Priscillianist
Tichonius, a Donatist writer
Titus, Bp. of Bostra, in Arabia
Toldotb Jeschu, written in the 14th or 15th

century
Triphyllius, Bp. in Cyprus
Tryphon

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Valens, deacon of Elia, or Jerusalem,

martyr in Dioclesian's persecution Valentinus (the gnostic) in the second cen

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Valerian, and Gallienus, emperor's
Valesians, an obscure sect
Vegetius
Victor, Bp. of Rome
Victor of Autioch: a Commentary upon

St. Mark's gospel, ascribed to him
Victor Tununensis
Victorinus, Bp. of Pettaw, in Germany
C. M. Victorinus Afer
Vincentius Lirinensis
Vitellius, a Donatist
Ulpbilas, Bp. of the Goths
Ulpian
Vopiscus, one of the Augustan writers

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Xipbilinus, a christian, wrote an Epitome of

Dion Cassius : in the 11th century

vii. 187

Z.

Zosimus

425 viii. 93

INDEX V.

AN

ALPHABETICAL TABLE

OF

PRINCIPAL MATTERS.

A

ABERCIUS MARCELLUS, to whom Asterius Urbanus in-

scribed his books against the Montanists, volume ii. page 412
Abgarus,' king of Edessa, his letter to our Saviour, and our

Saviour's rescript, with remarks, vi. 596–605
Ablabius, a Novatian bishop, iii. 103
Abominations standing in the holy place, explained, vi. 408.
Abraxas, this name and the gems called Abraxæi, as used by the

Basilidians, viii. 352, 370—375. these gems used as charms
by the heathens, 375. an examination of Montfaucon's figures,
377–381. from these gems the heathenish custom of using
Abrasadabra as a charm, 383. arguments from Beausobre
that these gems were not used by christians, and that
Abraxas was not the god of the Basilidians, 383–387. it
was the first of their 365 heavens, or the chief of the 365

angels, 374
Abulpharagius, see Bar-Hebræus
Acacius, Bp. of Cæsarea, iii. 583. wrote the life of his prede-

cessor Eusebius, iv. 72
Acclamations, see Applauses
Acesius, a Novatian bishop at Constantinople, said to have been

at the council of Nice, iii. 97. what Constantine said to him,

ib. commended, 99
Achaia, the extent of that province, i. 34
Achillas, presbyter and catechist, afterwards bishop of Alexan-

dria, iii. 156
Acme, a Jewess, put to death at Rome, i. 360
Acosta (Uriel, whipped in the synagogue at Amsterdam, i. 43

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