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Usurpation of Magnentius.-Civil War. —Wićlory of Constantius. A. D. - Page
Charaćter of Constantine - - - - - 99 His Virtues o o - 1 OO His Vices - - * I O2 His
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Siege of Nisibis * - 142 34o Civil War and Death of Constantine - 145 350 Murder
of Constans - - - 147 Magmentius and Vetranio assume the Purple - 149
Constantius refuses to treat - - 15t Deposes Vetranio - - - 153 351 Makes War
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23o Civil administration of Julian - - 232 Description of Paris - o - 235 C H A P. XX
, The Motives, Progress, and Effects of the Conversion of Con#antine.—Legal ...
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VII. Privilege of legislative Assemblies C H A P. XXI. Page 255 256 259 263 267
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He will adopt the division unknown to the ancients, of civil and ecclesiastical
affairs; the vićtory of the Christians, and their intestine discord, will supply copious
and distinct materials both for edification and for scandal. After the defeat and ...
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