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A History Of The Church In Seven Books by Socrates

ABOUT the same time Lucifer and Eusebius were by an imperial order, recalled from banishment out of the Upper Thebaïs; the former being bishop of Cagliari, a city of Sardinia, the latter of Verceil, a city of the Ligurians in Italy. These two prelates therefore consulted together on the most effectual means of preventing the neglected canons and discipline of the church from being in future violated and despised.








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