(c. 260—339) bishop and Church historian

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(c. 264–c. 340 ad),

bishop and Church historian; known as Eusebius of Caesaria. His Ecclesiastical History is the principal source for the history of Christianity (especially in the Eastern Church) from the age of the Apostles until 324.

Subjects: Classical Studies — Religion.

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