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CHAPTER XXI

Persecution of Heresy—The Schism of the Donatists—The Arian Contro-

versy—Athanasius—Distracted State of the Church and Empire under

Constantine and his Sons—Toleration of Paganism

312 African Controversy . ---

Councils of Rome and of Arles

315 Schism of the Donatists --- ---

The Trinitarian Controversy --- ---

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360 The System of Plato

The Logos ... --- --- ---

300 Taught in the School of Alexandria

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97 Revealed by the Apostle St. John ...

The Ebionites and Docetes ... ---

Mysterious Nature of the Trinity ...

Zeal of the Christians ---

Authority of the Church

Factions --- --- ---

318 Heterodox Opinions of Arius

Three Systems of the Trinity

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The Caesars of Julian --- --- --- --- --- ... 479

362 He resolves to march against the Persians --- --- ... 48o

Julian proceeds from Constantinople to Antioch --- ... 481

Licentious Manners of the People of Antioch ... --- ... 482

Their Aversion to Julian - - - --- --- --- ... 483

Scarcity of Corn, and public Discontent ... --- --- ... 483

Julian composes a Satire against Antioch --- --- ... 485

314-390. The Sophist Libanius ... --- --- --- --- ... 486

363 March of Julian to the Euphrates ... --- --- --- ... 487

His Design of invading Persia --- --- --- --- ... 489

Disaffection of the King of Armenia --- --- --- ... 490

Military Preparations --- --- --- --- --- ... 490

Julian enters the Persian Territories --- --- --- ... 492

His March over the Desert of Mesopotamia --- --- ... 492

His Success ... - - - --- --- --- --- --- ... 494

Description of Assyria - - - --- --- --- --- ... 495

363 Invasion of Assyria ... --- --- --- --- --- ... 497

Siege of Perisabor . . ... --- --- --- --- --- ... 497

Siege of Maogamalcha --- --- --- --- --- ... 498

Personal Behaviour of Julian --- --- - - - - - - ... 500

He transports his Fleet from the Euphrates to the Tigris ... 502

Passage of the Tigris and Victory of the Romans --- ... 503

Situation and Obstinacy of Julian ... --- --- --- ... 506

He burns his Fleet ... --- --- --- --- --- ... 508

Marches against Sapor --- --- - - - --- --- ... 509

Retreat and Distress of the Roman Army --- - - - ... 51 I

Julian is mortally wounded ... --- --- --- --- ... 513

363 Death of Julian --- --- - - - --- --- --- ... 515

Election of the Emperor Jovian ... --- --- --- ... 517

Danger and Difficulty of the Retreat --- --- --- ... 519

Negotiation and Treaty of Peace ... --- --- --- ... 520

The Weakness and Disgrace of Jovian ... --- --- ... 522

He continues his Retreat to Nisibis --- --- --- ... 523

Universal Clamour against the Treaty of Peace ... --- ... 525

Jovian evacuates Nisibis, and restores the five Provinces to the

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Reflections on the Death of Julian --- --- --- ... 527

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