Eusebius


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Eusebius

?265--?340 ad, bishop of Caesarea: author of a history of the Christian Church to 324 ad
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In the opening chapter, set in mid-January 1854, we find Florestan and Eusebius wandering through the imaginary town of Euphoria (an invention of Hector Berlioz).
The most considerable is the account by Eusebius in his Ecclesiastical History.
Eusebius establishes a direct connection between Constantine and Moses in three respects:
After quoting selected passages from Philo's preface, Eusebius introduces his version of Sanchuniathon's cosmogony thus:
At Church Square in the southern Downtown Arnhem (the Eusebius Church) is the new Focus Filmtheater Arnhem (FFA) planned.
Eusebius is against, not only the pagan philosophers of the past, but also most Platonists of his own time, who interpreted some of these "doctrines" in a different way: e.
And, like the men Eusebius describes, she has stayed the course.
Biss's interpretation favoured Florestan, the extrovert ebullient side of Schumann's musical personality rather than the introspective Eusebius - there were thrilling runs and an incisive cadenza to relish - but no want of poetry in a central movement that was both delicate and gracious.
An "experiment" is not how either Eusebius or Athanasius regarded what was happening in the East after 324.
In Moss's telling, Eusebius used martyr stories to support the established church's claims to orthodoxy.
There was a learned fourth-century bishop of Caesarea called Eusebius.
EUSEBIUS, WHO WROTE THE ECCLESIASTICAL History and other important works in the early decades of the 4th century, is generally credited with being the first author to extend the biblical account in a significant way.