Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History, Volume II

LCL 265: 484-485

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  • Antipater, i. 51, 61
  • Antoninus, i. 399
  • Antoninus. See Marcus Aurelius
  • Antoninus (Caracalla), ii. 31, 67
  • Antoninus (Elagabalus), ii. 67
  • Antoninus Pius, i. 331 f., 369, 391, 449
  • Antoninus Verus. See Marcus Aurelius
  • Antony, i. 47, 61
  • Anulinus, ii. 453 f., 457, 463 f.
  • Apamea on the Maeander, i. 481, 483
  • Apelles, i. 467 ff.
  • Apion, grammarian, i. 119, 291
  • Apion, writer, i. 515
  • Apocalypse of John, i. 235 f., 257, 293, 371 f., 385, 457, 493; ii. 77, 197 ff.
  • Apolinarius, i 375, 387, 393 f., 447, 473, 493 f.
  • Apollonia, ii. 103
  • Apolloniades, i. 523
  • Apollonius, martyr, i. 501
  • Apollonius, writer against Montanism, i. 487 ff.
  • Apollophanes, ii. 59
  • Aquila, Prefect of Egypt, ii. 17, 25
  • Aquila, presbyter, ii. 165
  • Aquila, translator of O.T., i. 459; ii. 51 f.
  • Arabia, ii. 63, 87, 91, 287
  • Arabian Mountain, ii. 111
  • Arabianus, i. 515
  • Archelaus, i. 53 f., 73
  • Ardabav, i. 475
  • Aretas, i. 79
  • Aristides, apologist, i. 309
  • Aristides, correspondent of Africanus, i. 55; ii. 85
  • Aristion, i. 293, 297
  • Aristobulus II., High Priest, i. 53, 61
  • Aristobulus, philosopher, ii. 45, 237
  • Ariston of Pella, i. 313
  • Aristotle, i. 523; ii. 230
  • Arles, it. 459
  • Armenia, ii. 129, 351
  • Arsinoē, ii. 195
  • Artaxerxes, i. 229, 461
  • Artemon (Artemas), i. 517; ii. 223
  • Ascalon, i. 51, 61
  • Asclepiades, Bishop of Antioch, ii. 39, 67
  • Asclepiades, heretic, i. 523
  • Asclepiodotus, i. 519
  • Asphaltites, Lake. See Dead Sea
  • Asterius Orbanus (Urbanus), i. 481
  • Astyrius, ii. 173 f.
  • Ater, ii. 107
  • Athenodore, ii. 83, 171, 211
  • Athens, i. 379, 391; ii. 85
  • Attalus, i. 415, 425 ff., 443
  • Atticus, Bishop of Synnada, ii. 65
  • Atticus, the Consular, i. 275
  • Augustus, i. 47, 51, 53, 73, 389 f.
  • Aurelian, ii. 213, 225
  • Aurelius Quirinius, ii. 169
  • Auses, i. 29
  • Autolycus, i. 385
  • Babylas, ii. 83, 95
  • Babylon (meaning Rome), i. 145
  • Bacchius, i. 333
  • Bacchylides, i. 381
  • Bacchyllus, i. 505
  • Bar Cabbas, i. 317
  • Bar Chochebas, i. 311 f.
  • Bar Coph, i. 317
  • Bardesanes, i. 399
  • Barnabas, i. 83, 105, 115 f., 127; ii. 203
  • —Epistle of, i. 257; ii. 47
  • Barsabas, i. 295
  • Bartholomew, i. 463
  • Basilicus, i. 467
  • Basilides, Bishop in Pentapolis, ii. 209
  • Basilides, heresiarch, i. 315 f.
  • Basilides, martyr, ii. 25 f.
  • Basilidians, i. 377
  • Bathezor, i. 213
  • Bernice, ii. 209
  • Beryllus, ii. 65, 87
  • Besas, ii. 107
  • Bethlehem, i. 47, 65. 73
  • Beththera, i. 313
  • Biblis, i. 419
  • Bithynia, i. 191, 195; ii. 141
  • Blandina, i. 415, 425 ff.
  • Blastus, i. 471, 495
  • Bolanus, ii. 215
  • Bostra, ii. 65, 87
  • Caecilian, ii. 455, 461 f., 465
  • Caesar the philosopher, i. 333
  • Caesarea, i. 115; ii. 85, 167, 171, 297
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  • Caesarea in Cappadocia, ii. 211
  • Caesarea Philippi, ii. 175 f.
  • Caiaphas, i. 75 f.
  • Caius. See Gaius
  • Callirhoë, i. 69
  • Callistus, ii. 67
  • Candidus, i. 515
  • Caparattaea, i. 261
  • Cappadocia, ii. 287
  • Caricus, i. 493; ii. 41
  • Carinus, ii. 225
  • Carpocrates, i. 317
  • Carpocratians, i. 377
  • Carpus, i. 359
  • Carthage, ii. 139, 455, 461
  • Carus, ii. 225
  • Cassian, ii. 45
  • Cassius, i. 513
  • Celadion, i. 329, 373
  • Celerinus, ii. 117
  • Celsus, Bishop of Iconium, ii. 65
  • Celsus, writer against Christianity, ii. 91
  • Cephas, i. 83 f.
  • Cephro, ii. 159 f.
  • Cerdo, Bishop of Alexandria, i. 241
  • Cerdo, heretic, i. 327
  • Cerinthus, i. 263 ff., 337; ii 197
  • Chaeremon, Bishop of Nilopolis, ii. 111
  • Chaeremon, Deacon of Alexandria, ii. 155 f., 165
  • Chaeremon, Stoic, ii. 59
  • Chrestus, ii. 457
  • Chrysophora, i. 383
  • Clarus, i. 513
  • Claudius, i. 127, 133, 159 f.
  • Clemens, Flavius, i. 237
  • Clement, Bishop of Rome, i. 197, 233 f., 241, 289 f., 375, 383, 449 f.; ii. 45
  • Clement of Alexandria, i. 105, 177, 243 ff., 389, 463 f., 517; ii. 27, 39, 43 ff.
  • Cleobius, Cleobians, i. 377
  • Cleopatra, i. 47
  • Clopas, i. 233, 273 f., 375
  • Cnossus, i. 381
  • Cochaba, i. 63
  • Coele Syria, i. 465
  • Colluthion, ii. 161
  • Colon, ii. 129
  • Commodus, i. 461, 501
  • Constantine, ii. 299 ff., 317, 359–365, 371, 387, 445–465, 475, 479 f.
  • Constantius, ii. 299 f.
  • Coracion, ii. 195
  • Corinth, i. 183, 235, 451
  • Cornelius, Bishop of Antioch, i. 373
  • Cornelius, Bishop of Rome, ii. 93, 115–125, 129
  • Cornelius, centurion, i. 115
  • Cornutus, ii. 59
  • Crescens, companion of Paul, i. 197
  • Crescens, opponent of Justin, i. 361 f.
  • Crete, i. 197, 375, 379
  • Crispus, ii. 477
  • Cronion, called Eunus, ii. 105
  • Cronius, ii. 59
  • Culcianus, ii. 383
  • Cumane, i. 481
  • Cyprian, ii. 115, 139
  • Cyrene, i. 305
  • Cyril, ii. 229
  • Damas, i. 281
  • Damascus, ii. 339
  • Dead Sea, i. 69
  • Debeltum, i. 495
  • Decius, ii. 93, 137
  • Demetrian, ii. 131, 139, 171, 209, 223
  • Demetrius, bishop, ii. 169
  • Demetrius, Bishop of Alexandria, i. 501; ii. 11, 29 f., 51, 65, 79
  • Demetrius, Hellenistic Jew, ii. 45
  • Demetrius, presbyter, ii. 165
  • Desposyni, i. 63
  • Diocletian, ii. 225, 265, 299, 365, 377
  • Dionysia, ii. 107
  • Dionysius, Areopagite, i. 197, 379
  • Dionysius, Bishop of Alexandria, ii. 83, 89, 95–113, 125–131, 137–169, 177–215
  • Dionysius, Bishop of Corinth, i. 183, 197, 375, 379–385
  • Dionysius, Bishop of Rome, ii. 141, 147, 149, 169 (?), 209, 215, 227
  • Dioscorus, confessor, ii. 107 f.
  • Dioscorus, presbyter, ii. 165
  • Dius, Bishop of Jerusalem, ii. 35
  • Dius, martyr, ii. 297
  • Docetae, ii. 43
  • Domitian, i. 233–241, 273, 391
  • Domitilla, Flavia, i. 237
  • Domitius and Didymus, ii. 163, 17
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