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Legal Establishment of the Christian, or Catholic, Church. A. D. - Page 306–337.
Date of the Conversion of Constantine - 238 - His Pagan Superstition - - - 242
306–312. He protećts the Christians of Gaul - 243 313 Edict of Milan - - • 244 Use
Change of the national Religion - Distinction of the spiritual and temporal Powers
State of the Bishops under the Christian Emperors I. Ele&tion of Bishops - em II.
Ordination of the Clergy * - III. Property - * - IV. Civil Jurisdićtion - - V. Spiritual ...
Constantinople - - 392 Cruelty of the Arians se - 396 345, &c. The Revolt and
Fury of the Donatist Circum- . . cellions. * * * as . * 398 Their religious Suicides - -
4C I 312–361. General Charaćter of the Christian Seá 4O3 Toleration of
The navigator Byzas, who was styled the son of Neptune, founded the city 656
years before the Christián ZEra. His followers were drawn from Argos and
Megara. Byzantium was afterwards rebuilt and fortified by the Spartan general
Tillemont, and the other friends of Constantine, who are offended with the air of
Paganism which seems unworthy of a Christian prince, had a right to confider it
as doubtful, but they were not authorised to omit the mention of it. 98 Sozomen, l.
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