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Documents Illustrating the History of the Church to A.D.337
 
 
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A source book for students of the patristic period and a companion volume to "Creeds, Councils and Controversies" and "Doctrine and Practice in the Early Church" This updated edition incorporates vital documents that were not available when the original collection was compiled.

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J. Stevenson (1901-1983) was a Fellow of Downing College, University of Cambridge. W. H. C. Frend (1916-2005) was chair of ecclesiastical history at the University of Glasgow, a Fellow of the British Academy, and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

  • Intro
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Map of the Roman Empire
  • Preface to the First Edition
  • Preface to the Second (Revised) Edition
  • Acknowledgements
  • Abbreviations and Conventions
  • 1 The Church in the First Century AD
  • Persecution, Conflict, Organization
  • 1 Martyrdom of James, the Lord's Brother, 62: Josephus
  • 2 Expulsion of the Jews from Rome, c. 49: Suetonius
  • 3 The Neronian Persecution: Tacitus
  • Suetonius
  • Clement of Rome
  • Eusebius (Gaius, Dionysius of Corinth)
  • 4 Flight of the Christians from Jerusalem, c. 66: Eusebius (Hegesippus)
  • 5 Persecution by Domitian, 96: Dio Cassius
  • 6 The Beginning of Clement's First Epistle to the Corinthians, c. 96: Clement of Rome
  • 7 The Christian Ministry, c. 96: Clement of Rome
  • 8 The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles on Baptism, Fasting and the Eucharist
  • on Prophets and the Ministry: The Didache
  • 9 Ignatius of Antioch on his Way to Martyrdom, c. 107-10: Ignatius
  • 10 The Person of Christ: Ignatius
  • 11 Jewish Error and Christian Truth: Ignatius
  • 12 Docetism: Ignatius
  • 13 The Ministry and the Sacraments: Ignatius
  • 14 The Prophetic Inspiration of Ignatius: Ignatius
  • 15 Polycarp of Smyrna on Ignatius: Polycarp
  • 2 Conflicts with the Greco-Roman and Jewish Worlds in the Second Century
  • 16 The Christians in Bithynia
  • Pliny's Dilemma, c. 112: Pliny
  • 17 Trajan's Reply to Pliny: Pliny (Trajan)
  • 18 Rescript of Hadrian to Caius Minucius Fundanus, Proconsul of Asia, c. 125: Rufinus
  • 19 Jewish Persecution of Christians in the Last Jewish Revolt, 132-5: Justin
  • 20 Martyrdom of Polycarp, 22 February 156 (or 155): Letter of the Church of Smyrna
  • 21 Martyrdom of Ptolemy and Lucius, c. 160 (?): Justin
  • 22 Martyrdom of Justin and his Companions, 165: Acta Sancti Justini et sociorum
  • 23 The Martyrs of Lyons and Vienne, 177: Eusebius (Letter of the Gallic Churches)
  • 24 The Martyrs of Scilli in Africa Proconsularis, 17 July 180: Passio Sanctorum Scillitanorum
  • 25 The Martyr as the Imitator of Christ: Eusebius (Letter of the Gallic Churches)
  • 3 Theology, Ethics and Eschatology to AD 150
  • 26 Papias of Hierapolis, c. 130, and the Comments of Eusebius upon him: Eusebius (Papias)
  • 27 Cerinthus: Irenaeus
  • 28 The Eschatology of Cerinthus: Eusebius (Gaius)
  • 29 Sin and Repentance: Hermas
  • 30 The Church: Hermas
  • 31 Christian Theology and Ethics, c. 150: Aristeides
  • 32 Christian Ideals in the Second Century: Epistle to Diognetus
  • 4 Christian Apologetic in the Second Century
  • 33 The Apologists Quadratus and Aristeides: Eusebius (Quadratus)
  • 34 Why People Become Christians: Justin
  • 35 Conversion: Justin
  • 36 Christians Charged with Atheism, at the Instigation of Demons: Justin
  • 37 Christians before Christ: Justin
  • 38 The Light that Lighteth Every Man: Justin
  • 39 Christian Baptism and Christian Worship: Justin
  • 40 The Apology of Melito of Sardis, c. 175: Eusebius (Melito)
  • 41 The Charges Brought against the Christians, c. 177: Athenagoras
  • 5 Gnosis and Gnosticism
  • 42 The Content of Gnosis: Clement of Alexandria
  • 43 'The Fall of Sophia'
  • the Gnostic Theory of the Fall and the Beginning of Creation: the Apocryphon of John
  • 44 'Know Yourself': the Book of Thomas the Contender
  • 45 Where Ignorance is not Bliss: the Gospel of Truth
  • 46 Gnostics and the 'Great Church': Water Baptism not enough: the Gospel of Philip
  • 47 Gnostics Opposed to Philosophy: Treatise on the Three Natures
  • 48 . . . And to Judaism: the Gospel of Philip
  • the Second Treatise of the Great Seth
  • 49 The Effect of Gnostic Initiation: the Gospel of Truth
  • 50 The Gnostic Credo: the Gospel of Truth
  • 51 Three Grades of Humanity: Treatise on the Three Natures
  • 52 Basileides, the Alleged Tradition: Hippolytus
  • 53 Basileides, 'In the Beginning': Hippolytus
  • 54 Basileides, the Absolute Transcendence of 'God': Hippolytus
  • 55 Basileides, Creation: Hippolytus
  • 56 Basileides, the Incarnation: Hippolytus
  • 57 Basileides, the Consummation of All Things: Hippolytus
  • 58 The Teaching of Basileides, c. 130, according to Irenaeus: Irenaeus
  • 59 Basileides on the Problem of Evil: Clement of Alexandria (Basileides)
  • 60 Agrippa Castor, an Opponent of Basileides: Eusebius
  • 61 Valentinus: Tertullian
  • 62 Valentinus, God: Irenaeus
  • 63 Valentinus, the Fall of 'Wisdom': Irenaeus
  • 64 Valentinus, Jesus is Produced by the Whole Pleroma: Irenaeus
  • 65 The Three 'Principles' of Valentinus: Irenaeus
  • 66 Valentinus, Animal and Spiritual Men: Irenaeus
  • 67 Valentinus, the 'Incarnation': Clement of Alexandria
  • 68 Letter of Ptolemy to Flora: Epiphanius (Ptolemy)
  • 69 An Ophite Liturgy: Origen
  • 70 A Gnostic Baptism: Irenaeus
  • 6 Marcion
  • 71 The Theology of Marcion: Irenaeus
  • 72 Marcion: Justin
  • 73 Marcion and the Roman Church: Tertullian
  • 74 The Antitheses of Marcion: Tertullian
  • 75 Marcion's Two Gods: Irenaeus
  • 76 Tertullian's Criticism of Marcion's 'Good God': Tertullian
  • 77 Marcion's Christ: Tertullian
  • 78 Redemption according to Marcion: Irenaeus
  • 79 The Divisions of the Marcionites: Eusebius (Rhodo)
  • 80 An Example of Apelles' Criticism of the Old Testament
  • The Ark: Origen
  • 7 Jewish Christianity
  • Encratism (Severe Asceticism)
  • 81 The Ebionites: Irenaeus
  • 82 The Gospel of Thomas
  • 83 Tatian and the Encratites, c. 170: Irenaeus
  • 8 Montanism
  • 84 Montanism, the Beginnings, c. 172: Eusebius (the 'Anonymous')
  • 85 Montanism and Martyrdom: Eusebius (the 'Anonymous')
  • 86 Montanist Ethics: Eusebius (Apollonius)
  • 87 Montanism, Argument and Counter-Argument: Eusebius (the 'Anonymous')
  • 88 True and False Prophets: Eusebius (the 'Anonymous')
  • 89 Montanist Utterances: Epiphanius
  • Eusebius
  • 90 Montanism in Gaul, 177: Eusebius
  • 9 The Emergence of Orthodoxy
  • Irenaeus
  • 91 Hegesippus: Eusebius (Hegesippus)
  • 92 The Epitaph of Avircius Marcellus, of Hieropolis in Phrygia, c. 182: Avircius
  • 93 The Rule of Faith: Irenaeus
  • 94 The Tradition is Perpetually Revivified in the Church: Irenaeus
  • 95 Faith Superior to Knowledge: Irenaeus
  • 96 The Argument from Tradition: Irenaeus
  • 97 Four Gospels Only: Irenaeus
  • 98 Unity of God and Man Secured by the Incarnation: Irenaeus
  • 99 The Salvation of the Flesh: Irenaeus
  • 100 The Doctrine of Recapitulation: Irenaeus
  • 101 Irenaeus' Letter to Florinus: Eusebius (Irenaeus)
  • 10 Creeds and Canons of Scripture to AD 200
  • 102 Early Creeds: The Epistle of the Apostles
  • Dêr Balyzeh Papyrus
  • 103 The Scriptures Acknowledged by the Roman Church, c. 190: Fragment of Muratori
  • 104 The Diatessaron and Other Works of Tatian: Eusebius
  • 105 Serapion of Antioch and the Gospel of Peter, c. 190-200: Eusebius (Serapion)
  • 11 Pagan Criticism of Christianity to AD 200
  • 106 The Charlatan Alexander and the Christians, c. 150-70: Lucian
  • 107 The Story of Peregrinus: Lucian
  • 108 The 'Stubbornness' of the Christians: Marcus Aurelius
  • 109 Fronto's Speech against the Christians, c. 165: Minucius Felix
  • 110 Celsus, Are Christians Monotheists?: Origen
  • 111 Celsus, Objections to the Idea of God Coming down to Earth: Origen
  • 112 Celsus, Slanders against the Virgin: Origen
  • 113 Celsus, On the Resurrection: Origen
  • 114 Celsus, Charlatanry and Credulity: Origen
  • 115 Celsus, Miracle and Sorcery: Origen
  • 116 Celsus, Christian Propaganda: Origen
  • 117 Celsus, Christians and the Empire: Origen
  • 118 The Faith of Jews and Christians: Galen
  • 119 Christian Teaching and Christian Life: Galen
  • 12 Controversies in Rome, 190-230
  • 120 The Paschal (Quartodeciman) Controversy, c. 190: Eusebius (Polycrates, Irenaeus)
  • 121 The Baptismal Interrogation at Rome, c. 200: Hippolytus
  • 122 Dynamic Monarchianism at Rome: Eusebius (The Little Labyrinth)
  • 123 Dynamic Monarchianism
  • Theodotus the 'Banker': Pseudo-Tertullian
  • 124 The Heresy and Excommunication of Noëtus, c. 200: Hippolytus
  • 125 The Story of Callistus, c. 185-92: Hippolytus
  • 126 The Incompetence of Zephyrinus: Hippolytus
  • 127 Callistus as Bishop, his Heretical Theology: Hippolytus
  • 128 Callistus as Bishop, the Forgiveness of Sins: Hippolytus
  • 129 Gaius of Rome and the Book of Revelation: Dionysius Barsalîbî (Hippolytus)
  • 13 The Christian East, 200-30
  • 130 Serapion Ordains Palut of Edessa, c. 200: The Doctrine of Addai the Apostle
  • 131 Bardaisan, c. 200: Eusebius
  • 132 The Cosmology of Bardaisan: Moses bar Kepha
  • 14 North Africa, 195-230
  • Tertullian and Minucius Felix
  • 133 Persecution is a Legal Paradox: Tertullian
  • 134 Only Bad Emperors Persecute: Tertullian
  • 135 'The Christians to the Lion!': Tertullian
  • 136 Intransigence in the Face of Persecution, c. 212: Tertullian
  • 137 The Testimony of the Soul: Tertullian
  • 138 The Incarnation of the Word: Tertullian
  • 139 Christians Not Disloyal!: Tertullian
  • 140 The Numbers of the Christians: Tertullian
  • 141 Christian Worship: Tertullian
  • 142 The Apostolic Churches: Tertullian
  • 143 The Rule of Faith: Tertullian
  • 144 The Argument from Tradition: Tertullian
  • 145 Philosophy is the Parent of Heresy: Tertullian
  • 146 Modalist Monarchianism
  • The Heresy and Misdeeds of Praxeas, c. 213: Tertullian
  • 147 Heretics Have No Right to the Scriptures: Tertullian
  • 148 The Disorder of Heretics: Tertullian
  • 149 Unwritten Traditions
  • Baptism and the Eucharist: Tertullian
  • 150 Who May Baptize: Tertullian
  • 151 The Correct Age for Baptism: Tertullian
  • 152 Repentance for Sin after Baptism
  • the Exomologesis: Tertullian
  • 153 The Visions of a Montanist Woman: Tertullian
  • 154 The Roman Bishop's Edict, c. 217-22: Tertullian
  • 155 Down with the Christians!: Minucius Felix
  • 15 The Church in Alexandria, 180-210
  • 156 Pantaenus, c. 180: Eusebius
  • 157 The Teachers of Clement of Alexandria: Clement of Alexandria
  • 158 Custom and Christianity: Clement of Alexandria
  • 159 The Triumph of Christianity: Clement of Alexandria
  • 160 The Word, our Paedagogus: Clement of Alexandria
  • 161 An Occasion for Slander against Christians: Clement of Alexandria
  • 162 Philosophy a Preparation for the Gospel: Clement of Alexandria
  • 163 Characteristics of the Gnostic : Clement of Alexandria
  • 164 The Gnostic on Earth and in Heaven: Clement of Alexandria
  • 165 Faith and Knowledge: Clement of Alexandria
  • 166 Church and Heresy: Clement of Alexandria
  • 167 The Rich Man's Salvation: Clement of Alexandria
  • 16 Origen
  • 168 Origen: Eusebius
  • 169 Origen's System of Education: Eusebius
  • 170 The Preaching and Ordination of Origen in Palestine, c. 215 and c. 231: Eusebius
  • 171 Origen on his Departure from Alexandria, 232: Origen
  • 172 Origen's Visit to Mammaea, Mother of Alexander Severus, c. 232: Eusebius
  • 173 Origen's Discussions with Heretics: Eusebius
  • 174 Origen's Work on the Text of the Old Testament: Eusebius
  • 175 The Church's Teaching: Origen
  • 176 The Revolt of the Heavenly Powers: Origen
  • 177 The Holy Trinity: Origen
  • 178 Cycles of Existence: Origen
  • 179 The Possibility of Ultimate Salvation for All: Origen
  • 180 The Eternal Generation of the Son: Origen
  • 181 The Meaning of Scripture: Origen
  • 182 The Interweaving of the Impossible with the Historical in Scripture: Origen
  • 183 Porphyry on the Allegorical Interpretation of Scripture: Eusebius (Porphyry)
  • 184 Porphyry on Origen: Eusebius (Porphyry)
  • 185 The Miracles of Jesus: Origen
  • 186 The Spread of Christianity Leads to Ambition in the Church: Origen
  • 187 The Training of Enquirers before Baptism: Origen
  • 188 The Treatment of Lapsed Christians: Origen
  • 189 Christianity and the Defence of the Empire: Origen
  • 190 Christianity and Civil Service: Origen
  • 191 The Faults of Unlettered Christians: Origen
  • 17 The Decian Persecution, 250-1
  • 192 The Decian Persecution in Alexandria: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
  • 193 Libelli of the Persecution of Decius, 250
  • 194 The Worldliness of Christians, c. 250: Cyprian
  • 195 Mass Apostasy at Carthage, 250: Cyprian
  • 196 The Letter of the Confessors, Written by Lucian: Cyprian
  • 197 The Libelli Pacis, 250-1: Cyprian
  • 198 Cyprian's Proposals to the Church of Carthage about the Lapsed, 250: Cyprian
  • 199 An Instruction from Cyprian to the Clergy of Carthage: Cyprian
  • 200 Cyprian's Defence of his Retirement from Carthage in Persecution: Cyprian
  • 201 Cyprian and the Roman Church: Cyprian
  • 202 The Decisions of the Council of Carthage, June 251: Cyprian
  • Cyprian: Chronology
  • 18 Cyprian of Carthage
  • Relationships with Rome and the Novatianist Schism
  • 203 The Character of Cornelius
  • his Election to the See of Rome, 251: Cyprian
  • 204 Rome and the Carthaginian Dissidents: Cyprian
  • 205 The Unity of the Church: Cyprian
  • 206 The Consecration of Novatian according to Cornelius, 251: Eusebius (Cornelius)
  • 207 The Church of Rome, c. 250: Eusebius (Cornelius)
  • 208 Dionysius of Alexandria's Appeal to Novatian: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
  • 209 The Essence of Novatian's Doctrine about the Lapsed: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
  • 210 Marcian of Arles, 254 : Cyprian
  • 211 The Spanish Appeal, 254: Cyprian
  • 212 Schismatical Baptism Invalid: Cyprian
  • 213 Heretical Baptism Invalid: Cyprian
  • 214 The Views of Stephen of Rome against Rebaptism of Heretics: Cyprian
  • 215 Decision of the Sixth Council of Carthage (Second on Baptism), 256: Cyprian
  • 216 The African Custom of Rebaptism, 255-6: Cyprian
  • 217 Letter of Firmilian, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia, to Cyprian on the Rebaptism of Heretics: Cyprian
  • 218 Episcopal Authority: Cyprian
  • 219 Pestilence at Carthage, 252: Pontius
  • 220 The Death of the World: Cyprian
  • 19 The Persecution of Valerian, 257-60
  • 221 The Rescript of Valerian, July 258: Cyprian
  • 222 The Trial of Cyprian, 257, and his Martyrdom, 258: Acta Proconsularia
  • 223 The Persecution of Valerian
  • Dionysius of Alexandria before Aemilian, 257: Eusebius (Dionysius)
  • 224 The Toleration Rescript of Gallienus, 261: Eusebius
  • 20 Dionysius of Alexandria and Dionysius of Rome, 259-64
  • 225 Dionysius of Rome, 259-68, Against the Sabellians: Athanasius
  • 226 Dionysius of Alexandria's Defence of his Theology: Athanasius
  • 227 Dionysius of Alexandria on the Book of Revelation: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
  • 21 Paul of Samosata
  • 228 The Way of Life of Paul of Samosata, Bishop of Antioch, c. 260-8: Eusebius (Letter of Synod)
  • 229 The Relation of the Divine and Human in Christ, according to Paul of Samosata: Paul of Samosata
  • 230 Use of the Term Homoousios by Paul of Samosata: Athanasius, Hilary of Poitiers
  • 231 Aurelian and the Christians, 272-5: Eusebius
  • 22 Mani and his Religion
  • 232 Mani, d. 272: Eusebius
  • 233 The Message of Mani: Mani
  • 234 The Universality of Mani's Religion: Mani
  • 235 Manichaean Psalms
  • 236 Diocletian's Edict against the Manichees, c. 297 (?)
  • 23 The Great Persecution, 303-12
  • 237 Anti-Christian Propaganda
  • Porphyry and the Christians: Porphyry of Tyre
  • Augustine (Porphyry)
  • Jerome
  • 238 How the Great Persecution Began, 302-3: Lactantius
  • 239 The First Edicts of Persecution: Eusebius
  • 240 'Hand Over your Books!' Action at Cirta, 19 May 303: Optatus (Gesta apud Zenophilum)
  • 241 The Fourth Edict, 304: Eusebius
  • 242 Melitius of Lycopolis, c. 305: Codex Veronensis LX
  • 243 The Schism of Melitius: Codex Veronensis LX
  • 244 Letter of Peter, Bishop of Alexandria, to his Flock: Codex Veronensis LX
  • 245 Maximin's Attempted Revival of Paganism, 308-12: Eusebius
  • 246 The Toleration Edict of Galerius, 30 April 311: Lactantius
  • 247 A Petition to Maximin against the Christians, 312: CIL
  • 24 Constantine and the End of the Persecution, 310-13
  • 248 The 'Pagan' Vision of Constantine, 310: Panegyrici Latini
  • 249 The Conversion of Constantine, 312: Lactantius
  • Eusebius
  • 250 The 'Edict of Milan', 313: Lactantius
  • 251 The Inscription on the Arch of Constantine at Rome, 315
  • 252 Restitution of Property to the Church, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)
  • 253 Constantine makes a Grant of Money to the Catholic Clergy of the African Provinces, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)
  • 254 Exemption from Public Office for the Catholic Clergy, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)
  • 25 Church Discipline, c. 300-20
  • 255 Canons of the Council of Elvira, c. 305
  • 256 Canons of Neocaesarea, c. 314-25
  • 257 Canons of Arles, 314
  • 26 The Outbreak of the Donatist Schism, 304-21
  • 258 Acts of the Council of Cirta in Numidia, 4 March 305: Augustine
  • 259 The Origin of Donatism: Optatus
  • 260 Report of Anulinus to Constantine, 15 April 313: Augustine
  • 261 The Petition of the Donatists to Constantine: Optatus
  • 262 Constantine Orders an Investigation into Donatism, 313: Eusebius
  • 263 Instructions for the Appearance of Caecilian and his Opponents at Arles, 314: Optatus (Constantine)
  • 264 Decisions of the Council of Arles, 314
  • Letter to Pope Silvester: Letter of the Council
  • 265 The Vindication of Felix of Aptungi, 15 February 315: Optatus (Acta Purgationis Felicis)
  • 266 Constantine Continues the Investigation of Donatism, 316: Augustine (Constantine)
  • 267 Constantine Decides in Favour of Caecilian, 10 November 316: Augustine (Constantine)
  • 268 Persecution of the Donatists, c. 320: Sermo de Passione Donati
  • 269 The Unmasking of Silvanus of Cirta, 13 December 320: Optatus (Gesta apud Zenophilum)
  • 270 Abandonment of the Persecution of the Donatists, 321: Optatus (Constantine)
  • 271 Weakness of Authority in the Face of Donatist Encroachments, 330: Optatus (Constantine)
  • 27 Licinius and the Christians
  • 272 Canons of Ancyra, c. 314-19
  • 273 The Persecution of Licinius, c. 319: Eusebius
  • 28 Constantine and the Christians
  • 274 Great Achievements and Great Expectations: the Concluding Words of Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History, 324-5: Eusebius
  • 275 The Reaffirmation of Toleration, 324: Eusebius (Constantine)
  • 276 Legislation about Sunday: Codex Theodosianus
  • 277 Ordination Forbidden to Decurions and their Families, 320, (?) 326: Codex Theodosianus
  • 278 No Immunities for Heretics and Schismatics, 326: Codex Theodosianus
  • 279 Constantine and the Novatianists, 326: Codex Theodosianus
  • 29 Outbreak of the Arian Controversy, c. 318
  • 280 The Outbreak of the Arian Controversy, c. 318: Socrates
  • 281 Arius and his Heresy: Sozomen
  • 282 The Arian Heresy
  • Encyclical Letter of Alexander of Alexandria and his Clergy, c. 319: Socrates
  • 283 Letter of Arius to Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, c. 320: Theodoret
  • Epiphanius
  • 284 Letter of Arius to Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria, c. 320: Athanasius
  • Epiphanius
  • 285 The Arian Strategy according to Alexander of Alexandria, c. 324: Theodoret
  • 286 Extracts from the Thalia of Arius: Athanasius
  • 287 The Mission of Ossius
  • Constantine's Letter to Alexander and Arius, 324: Eusebius
  • 288 The Council of Antioch, 325: Letter of the Council
  • 30 The Council of Nicaea
  • 289 Constantine Summons the Council of Nicaea: Letter of Constantine
  • 290 Canons of Nicaea, 325
  • 291 Letter of Eusebius of Caesarea to his Church, on the Creed of Nicaea: Socrates
  • Theodoret
  • 292 Letter of the Council of Nicaea to the Egyptian Church: Socrates
  • Theodoret
  • 293 Constantine's View of the Work of the Council of Nicaea, 325: Socrates (Constantine)
  • 294 The Conduct and Exile of Eusebius of Nicomedia: Gelasius (Constantine)
  • 295 Arius' Confession of Faith, c. 327 (or ? c. 334): Socrates
  • Sozomen
  • 296 Letter from Exile of Eusebius of Nicomedia and Theognius of Nicaea, c. 327: Socrates
  • Sozomen
  • Gelasius
  • 31 The Emergence of Athanasius
  • 297 The Appointment of the Bishop at Alexandria: Jerome
  • 298 Athanasius' Version of the Melitian Story, to 328: Athanasius
  • 299 The Religious Policy of Constantine, c. 328: Athanasius (Constantine)
  • 300 Athanasius and the Melitians, c. 335: Callistus
  • 301 The Deposition of Eustathius of Antioch, c. 330 (?): Athanasius
  • Socrates
  • Eusebius (Constantine)
  • 302 The Council of Tyre, 335
  • Accusations against Athanasius: Sozomen
  • 303 Athanasius' Appeal to Constantine
  • his Exile, 336: Athanasius
  • Socrates
  • Sozomen
  • 32 The Christian Empire
  • 304 Constantine's Proscription of the Works of Porphyry and Arius, c. 333: Socrates (Constantine)
  • Gelasius
  • 305 Constantine as Bishop: Eusebius
  • 306 The Christian Empire: Eusebius
  • 307 The Last Days of Constantine, 337: Eusebius
  • Notes on Sources
  • Chronological Tables
  • Short Bibliography
  • Index

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