Divided into 10 parts, this is a detailed history of the church from the incarnation of Christ to the year 324. Written by the Roman historian Eusebius of Caesarea, this work presents historical details of both the church and the surrounding culture which would otherwise have been lost. A rich chronicle of writers, bishops, heretics, martyrs, persecutions, and more, this collection of anecdotes is an invaluable historical trove.
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- Details the lives of significant figures of the first through fourth centuries
- Describes political and ecclesiastical history from the time of Christ to the reign of Constantine
- Includes biographies, a detailed table of contents, and index
- Title: An Ecclesiastical History to the 20th Year of the Reign of Constantine
- Author: Eusebius
- Publisher: Samuel Bagster and Sons
- Publication Date: 1847
- Pages: 468