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A HISTORY OF THE CHURCH
IN SEVEN BOOKS

SOCRATES

FROM THE ACCESSION OF CONSTANTINE IN A.D. 306, TO THE 36TH YEAR OF THEODOSIUS, JUN., A.D. 445, INCLUDING A PERIOD OF 140 YEARS

BY Socrates, SURNAMED SCHOLASTICUS, OR THE ADVOCATE.

TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK: WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF THE AUTHOR.

ΠΟΛΛΑΙ μεν θνητοις ΓΛΩΤΤΑΙ, μια δʼαθαιατοισιν.

LONDON: SAMUEL BAGSTER AND SONS, WAREHOUSE FOR BIBLES, NEW TESTAMENTS, PRAYER-BOOKS, LEXICONS, GRAMMARS,
CONCORDANCES, AND PSALTERS, IN ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES; PATERNOSTER ROW M.DCCC.XLIV.








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