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

AT this time the episcopate in the Roman church was still held by Xystus; in the church of Antioch, after Fabius, by Demetrianus; of Cæsarea in Cappadocia, by Firmilianus; of the churches in Pontus, by Gregory, and his brother Athenodorus, both of them familiar friends of Origen. At Cæsarea of Palestine, after the death of Theoctistus, the episcopal office was conferred on Domnus, and he not surviving long, was succeeded by Theotecnus our contemporary, who was of the school of Origen. In Jerusalem, after the decease of Mazabanus, Hymenæus followed as his successor in the episcopal seat, the same that has been eminent in many respects in the present day.








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