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Eusebius (c. 260–c. 340)

Eusebius [Pamphili]. A Greek theologian and historian, the father of ecclesiastical history; born in Palestine, about 260 A.D.; died about 340. He became Bishop of Cæsarea in 315, and was the head of the Semi-Arians or moderate party in the Council of Nice (325). His chief works are: ‘Ecclesiastical History from the Christian Era to 324 A.D.’; ‘Chronica,’ a history of the world down to 327; ‘Life of Constantine’; ‘On the Demonstration of the Gospel.’