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

BESIDES these, there are many other epistles of Dionysius extant, as those to Ammon, bishop of the church at Bernice, against Sabellius; another to Telesphorus, and one to Euphranor; another to Ammon and Euporus. He wrote also four books on the same subject, which he addressed to his namesake Dionysius at Rome. There are also many other epistles besides these written by him, together with longer treatises in the form of epistles, as those addressed to the youth Timothy, and that On Temptations, which he dedicated to Euphranor. He also says, in a letter to Basilides, bishop (of the churches) of Pentapolis, that he had written a commentary on the beginning of Ecclesiastes. He has also left us several epistles addressed to the same Basilides. These are the works of Dionysius. Having given this account, let us now proceed to inform posterity of the nature and character of our own age.








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