Philostorgius: Church History
Society of Biblical Lit, 2007 - 284 psl.
Philostorgius (born 368 C.E.) was a member of the Eunomian sect of Christianity, a nonconformist faction deeply opposed to the form of Christianity adopted by the Roman government as the official religion of its empire. He wrote his twelve-book Church History, the critical edition of the surviving remnants of which is presented here in English translation, at the beginning of the fifth century as a revisionist history of the church and the empire in the fourth and early-fifth centuries. Sometimes contradicting and often supplementing what is found in other histories of the period, Christian or otherwise, it offers a rare dissenting picture of the Christian world of the time.
Beginning of the Passion of Artemius with Philostorgiuss Remarks about Artemius
From the Passion of Artemius Defense of Christianity against the Emperor Julian
The Premetaphrastic Martyrdom of Artemius On the Twentieth of the Same MonthThe Martyrdom of the Great Holy and GloriousMartyr and Wond...
Beginning of the Life of Theodore Hegumenos of the Monastery of ChoraLife and Manners of OurSaintly Father Theodore Monk andSuperior of th...
From the Unedited Life of Constantine of the Codex Angelicus AConcerning the Defeat and Death of Licinius
Life and Martyrdom of Lucian of Antioch
Fragments of an Arian Historian
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