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A History Of The Church In Seven Books by Socrates

UPON this the Arians, emboldened by their knowledge of the emperor’s religious sentiments, again take courage, and immediately inform him of the circumstance. He was then residing at Antioch, and Euzoïus who presided over the Arians of that city, eagerly embracing the favourable opportunity thus presented, begs permission to go to Alexandria, for the purpose of putting Lucius the Arian in possession of the churches there. The emperor acceding to this request, Euzoïus proceeds forthwith to Alexandria, attended by the imperial troops, and Magnus the emperor’s treasurer: they were also the bearers of an imperial mandate to Palladius the governor of Egypt, enjoining him to aid them with a military force. Wherefore having apprehended Peter, they cast him into prison; and after dispersing the rest of the clergy, they place Lucius in the episcopal chair.








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