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Macarius governed the church in | Maximus, the emperor, remonstrates
Jerusalem, 14; his opposition to on behalf of the faith with Valen-
death of Arius, 49; heals a lady Maximus, emperor of the West, 304.
prevails with the emperor Theo- Maximus, ordained bishop of Con-
stantinople, 206; deposed, 207.
Maximus, bishop of Seleucia, 235.
ment over the Western empire called by the emperor to condemn
on the death of Constans, 95. the orthodox, and confirm the
Nicene creed-the bishops refuse
such were exiled, ib.
of Antioch, 126.
with Paulinus, 201; is appointed
in the destruction of idolatrous 206.
Melitus the Egyptian deposed, note,
sibis, 432 ; superseded, 434. Messalian heresy, 164; the sect ex-
pelled from Syria, and settle in
Miltiades, bishop of Rome, 13.
188; is ordained to archiepiscopal
ter, 443; defeats the Persians, Naamanes, the Arab, converted, 464.
Nestorius deposed by the council of
-on their death tranquillity re- monastery of Euprepius, 264;
captured by the Blemmyes, ib.;
Nice, general council of, 31.
Nicene formulary of faith, 44; ge- | Peter Mongus, patriarch of Alex-
nerally approved, 45; pronounced andria, 350.
450; sent to quell a mutiny, 452;
Philogonius succeeds Vitalis at An-
against Euphratas, 89; proved Vincentius, 188.
Priscus, mutiny of his troops, 450.
the fifth general council, 421. murdered, 306.
174; restored, 175.
180 ; his iniquitous course, 181 Psalms of David, public singing of,
originated by Flavian and Dio.
dorus at Antioch (A. D. 350], 113.
of the emperor Julian, 145.
cused by the Arians; strangled 385.
Roman ladies have audience of the
emperor Constantius, 101.
under Theodosius, 220; vainly
peror, with Bishop Ambrose, 221.
contends against Flavian, the Sabbas, a leader of the Messalian
Sabellius—his heretical teaching,
Sapor, king of Persia, sustains a
deposes against Melitus, 37. Sardica, council at, 77.
remarkable prediction by a, 149.
tioch, 355 ; writes to Acacius, 94.
Secundus excommunicated, 37.
Sedition in the city of Antioch, 224. from Arianism, 236; also to con-
tribes, ib. ; encounters Gaïnas, a
struction of his statue within it, ib. argument before the emperor,
subdues him by his holy reputa-
is recalled and a second time sent
protects Cyril, the exiled bishop St. Julian, a monk, prescient of the
Symeon, a leader of the Messalian
Synesius of Cyrene, 277.
mains conveyed to Antioch, 274;
Synodical letter from the council
of Rimini to the bishops of Illy-
con Aëtius, 120.
Jovian respecting the maintenance
Synodical letter issued by the coun-
orthodox doctrines, 88; his im- Synodical letter written by Da-
Telemachus, a deposed Arian, 164.
by Julian, saves himself by stra- whilst endeavouring to separate
Terentius, a pious general, his mild
resolutely opposes the authority 195.
ly tortured by order of Julian,
Theodore, an Arian bishop, 205.
shop of Constantinople, 235; his 235.
rection and death, 363, 364; takes thrown by Narses, 404.
bukes the emperor Valens, 196.
strates with Valentinian the Valens (brother of the emperor
Valentinian) is seduced into the
is banished, 143; proclaimed
the council of Ephesus, 258 ; shops to fill up a vacant prelacy,
Valentinian III., his death, 304.
Vetranion, bishop of Scythia, re-
Vitalian revolts, 385; defeated by
takes active steps to suppress Vitalis, bishop of Antioch, 13.
East,) beautiful exhortation to
Chosroes, 405; displays the wood
Xenaias, his violence, 368.
andria, 306; banished, 312; re- Zeno, the emperor, marries Ariadne,
sumes the purple, ib.; his cha-