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An Ecclesiastical History To The 20th Year Of The Reign Of Constantine by Eusebius

IN the tenth year of the reign of Commodus, Eleutherus, who had held the episcopate for thirteen years, was succeeded by Victor. In this year, also, Julianus, who had the episcopal charge of the churches at Alexandria ten years, was succeeded by Demetrius. At this time, also, was yet living the above-mentioned Serapion, bishop of Antioch, and the eighth in succession from the apostles. At Cæsarea, in Palestine, Theophilus presided; and Narcissus, who was mentioned before, had still at the same time the administration of the church in Jerusalem. Baechyllus was then also bishop of Corinth, in Greece, and Polycrates of the church at Ephesus, and many others besides these, as is probable, were prominent. We have only given the names of those whose orthodoxy has been left on record.








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