The ancient ecclesiastical histories of the first six hundred years after Christ : written in the Greek tongue by three learned historiographers, Eusebius, Socrates, and Evagrius. Eusebius Pamphilus bishop of Cæsarea in Palestina, wrote ten books. Socrates Scholasticus of Constantinople, wrote seven books. Evagrius Scholasticus of Antioch, wrote six books. Whereunto is annexed, Dorotheus, Bishop of Tyrus, of the lives and ends of the prophets, apostles, and LXX disciples

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all which authors are faithfully translated out of the Greek tongue by Meredith Hanmer Doctor in Divinity. Last of all, herein is comprized a brief chronography collected by the said translator, with a copious index of the principal matters throughout all the histories. Hereunto is added, Eusebius his life of Constantine, in four books ; with Constantines oration to the clergy
  • The sixth edition corrected and revised
  • London : Printed by Abraham Miller, and are to be sold by Simon Miller at the sign of the Star in St Pauls Church-yard, 1663
Physical Details
  • 1 online resource (598, 116 pages)

  • The translation of Eusebius's "Life of Constantine" is by Wye Saltonstall.
  • "The ecclesiastical history of Socrates Scholasticus", "The ecclesiastical history of Evagrius Scholasticus", "The lives, the ends, the martyrdomes, of the prophets, apostles, and seventy disciples, of our Saviour, written in Greek, by Dorotheus, Bishop of Tyrus", "A chronographie", and "Eusebius his life of Constantine" each have special title page; "Life of Constantine" has separate pagination.
  • Includes index.