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A History Of The Church In Six Books by Evagrius

ON the decease of John, named also Catelinus, Bonosus is intrusted with the helm of the Roman see, and lie is succeeded by another John, and he, again, by Pelagius. In the imperial city John is succeeded by Entychius, who had already held the see before him. Apollinaris is succeeded in the see of Alexandria by John, and he by Eulogius. After Macarius, John is elevated to the bishopric of Jerusalem, who had pursued the monastic discipline in what is called the monastery of the Acoemets. This period passed without any changes being attempted in the state of the Church.








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