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Wace's Dictionary of Early Christian Biography

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Abercius, Bishop of Hierapolis Abgar Acacius (7), Patriarch of Constantinople Acacius, Bishop of Beroea Acacius, Bishop of Caesarea Acephali Adamantius (1). Aerius, Founder of the Heretical Sect of the Aerians Aetius, Arian Sect Founder and Head Africanus, Julius Agapetus, Bishop of Rome Agatha Agnes Agnoetae Alaric Albanus Albion Alexander I., Bishop of Rome Alexander, Bishop of Hierapolis Euphratensis Alexander, Bishop of Jerusalem Alexander, of Alexandria Alexander, of Byzantium Alogians, or Alogi Ambrosiaster, or Pseudo-Ambrosius Ambrosius of Alexandria Ambrosius of Greece Ambrosius of Milan Ammon (or Amon), Saint Ammonius Ammonius Saccas Amphilochius, Archbishop of Iconium Amphilochius, Bishop of Sida Anastasia. [see Chrysogonus.] Anastasius I, Bishop of Rome Anastasius II, Bishop of Rome Anastasius Sinaita Anastasius, a Presbyter of Antioch Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople Anatolius, Bishop of Laodicea in Syria Prima Ancyra, Seven Martyrs of Andreas of Caesarea Andreas Samosatensis of Samosata Anicetus, Bishop of Rome Anomoeans Anonomastus Anthimus, Bishop of Tyana Anthropolatrae Anthropomorphitae Antidikomarianitae Antiochus, Bishop of Ptolemais Antipopes Antoninus, Pius, Emperor Antonius Aphraat (Aphrahat, Farhad Aphthartodocetae, a Sect of the Monophysites Apion Apolinaris, or Apolinarius Claudius Apollinarianism Apollinaris the Younger, Bishop of Laodicea Apollinaris, Saint and Mart Apollinaris, the Elder, of Alexandria Apollonius of Ephesus Apollonius of Tyana Apollonius, M. Apostolic Fathers Apostolici Apphianus, or Appianus, or Amphianus, M Aquila Archelaus, Supposed Bishop of Carchar Arethas, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia Arinthaeus, a General Under Valens Aristides, of Athens Aristion Aristo Pellaeus Arius the Heresiarch
Henry Wace
Henry Wace

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Designed to render to a wider circle, alike of clergy and of laity, the service which, as is generally admitted, has been rendered to the learned world by The Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects, and Doctrines, published under the editorship of Dr. Wace and the late Dr. Wm. Smith, about twenty years ago, in four large volumes.

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