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

AT the same time, Hippolytus, who composed many other treatises, also wrote a work on the Passover. In this he traces back the series of times, and presents a certain canon comprising a period of sixteen years, on the Passover, limiting his computation of the times to the first year of the emperor Alexander. But the remaining works written by him, that have come down to us, are the following: On the Hexaemeron, On the Works after the Hexaemeron, To Marcion, On the Canticles, On parts of Ezekiel, On the Passover, Against all the Heresies. You will also find many others still preserved by many.








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