reflections of his own. They set out accompanied by an army, both horse and foot, under the command of Ardaburius, his son Aspar,43 and Candidian.44 At Thessalonica Helion, the master of offices, who had been sent by Theodosius, put the royal robes on Valentinian, then only five years old. For neither the Church nor ancient tradition appears to have observed those days. 'Theodoret Against Heresies Read twenty-seven books by Theodoret, bishop of Cyrrhus, against various heretical propositions.1 The first book is directed against those who assert that the God-Word was one nature and that it took its beginning from the seed of David, and also against those. The entire work includes notes on Genesis, Exodus, the Psalms,. 6 Monophysite patriarch of Antioch (512-519). After the death of Meletius at Constantinople, the holy John returned to the monastery. A man named Jesus, son of Ananias, for six years and three months incessantly repeated, like one inspired, the words "Woe, woe to Jerusalem!" When he was whipped for it, he made no reply, but repeated the same words.
Artasyras and Bagapates also died, the latter having been for seven years the keeper of the tomb of Darius. 3 The name points to the family being of Semitic origin, although he was probably a convert to Christianity. This is the end of the eleventh book. The author states that Hosius,2 bishop of Cordova, and Viton and Vincent, two Roman priests, were present as legates on the part of Silvester, pope of Rome,3 together with Eustathius,4 patriarch of Antioch, while Alexander the priest represented Metrophanes of Constantinople; Silvester, who was more. He supported the extreme Arianism of Eunomius. Before they arrived, Eurydice refused to allow Pithon and Arrhidaeus to do anything without her permission. On the mother's side he was of royal blood, for the children of Asmoneus, from whom her family was derived, had for a long time held both the high priesthood and the rank of king. The rhythm and the abrupt interruptions, being carefully employed, owing to the general clearness, escape the notice of the casual reader.
2 "Members" membra as distinct from "clauses" incisa ). Perhaps there is a reference to the statement of Herodotus that Croesus was burnt on the funeral pile. The counts on which he asserts that he was falsely accused are fifteen in number, which he declares to be mere slanders, proving it by"tions from his writings in his fourth book, and refuting them by the evidence of others on his behalf. He challenges Themistius to argue and shows that his four arguments, intended to prove ignorance in Christ, which he deals with one by one, involve countless absurdities.
These monstrous blasphemies are contained in eight books, in which he frequently discusses the same points and"s passages from Scripture promiscuously and confusedly, like one possessed. The first accuses them of having disturbed the peace and harmony proper to civil life by sedition, disturbance, and schism, and exhorts them to desist from such evil ways. Having done so, they persuaded Artoxerxes that should the government of Canada increase income tax his brother Dariaeus had murdered him. He was then finally expelled from the city and the church and was banished to Cucusus.22 At that time a fire broke out in the pulpit and spread to the rest of the building. He predicts to Rhodanes and Sinonis that they will attain royal rank. 4 Racing, a single course, the diaulos being a double course. I cannot say which of them was the earlier or which borrowed from the other, for it is evident that they are not independent compilations. He was killed fighting with the Romans against Attila at the battle of Chalons.
At length the quarrel became so bitter that, as the result of the hatred instead of love which her brother now felt for her, Placidia, finding herself unable to resist, retired with her children to Constantinople. The emperor removes Chosroes to Hierapolis, accompanied by a suite worthy of his rank. Armatus, who had carried on an intrigue with the wife of Basiliscus, obtained great influence and was entrusted with the conduct of the war against Zeno; but subsequently entered into an agreement with Illus and went over to Zeno. The last book of the Civil Wars describes how Egypt came into the power of the Romans, and how Augustus became the sole ruler of Rome. A similar work of Diodorus 3 is in no way inferior to that of Julian, except that the latter makes more use of"tions. Andrew, after he had received this exhortation to mend his ways, went from bad to worse, and wrote another work in which he again set forth at greater length the views he had previously expressed and, as he imagines, establishes their truth. Constantina is besieged by the Persians but relieved by Germanus.