The Eusebians: The Polemic of Athanasius of Alexandria and the Construction of the 'Arian Controversy'

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Index of Athanasian Texts
Ad Monachos 23, 23.n.42, 25.n.47, 26–8, 41
1.1: 23
Apologia ad Constantium 35.n.77, 37–9, 40, 136, 149, 153–4, 160–4
2: 136, 153
19: 166.n.66
22: 38
25: 150, 151, 153.n.52, 162
26: 136.n.18
27: 161
29: 153
33: 153.n.52
Apologia Contra Arianos 16–19, 20, 24, 29, 33, 40, 41.n.96, 54.n.5, 59, 69–87, 89–97, 99–100, 107, 109–12, 129–32, 136–7, 144–5, 148–50, 152, 155–7, 159–60, 175, 247
36: 95, 104.n.4, 111, 150
59: 71, 131
60: 72
63: 72
65: 81, 81.n.58
71: 73
72: 73, 74, 109
85: 71
87: 74, 109–10
88: 18.n.25, 74
3–19: Encyclical Letter of the Council of Alexandria (338)
3: 127
5: 76–7
6: 129
8: 77
9: 152
10: 75.n.49
11: 77, 137
15: 159
17: 77, 78, 125
18: 152
19: 55.n.6, 78, 129
21–35: Letter of Julius of Rome to the Eastern bishops (340/1)
21: 90, 92, 110
23: 94
26: 92, 92.n.7
27: 104.n.4
32: 94
33: 137
34: 93
35: 90.n.1
37–40: Letter of Western Serdica to the Church of Alexandria (343)
37: 96
39: 96
40: 96
42–50: Encyclical Letter of Western Serdica (343)
42: 96
46: 97, 111
47: 97
62: Letter of Constantine to the Church of Alexandria (332)
62: 79.n.53
68: Letter of Constantine to Athanasius (334)
68: 81
74–5: Letter of the Mareotis Clergy to the Council of Tyre (335)
75: 82.n.60
77: Letter of the Egyptian Bishops at Tyre to 'the Bishops assembled at Tyre' (335)
77: 82, 82–3, 84, 109
79: Second Letter of the Egyptian Bishops at Tyre to Count Dionysius (335)
79: 83, 83.n.63
81: Letter of Count Dionysius to the Mareotis Commission (335)
81: 104.n.3
Apologia de Fuga 39–40, 112, 136–8, 146–7, 154.n.53, 160–4, 173

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The Eusebians: The Polemic of Athanasius of Alexandria and the Construction of the 'Arian Controversy'
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I 11
  • 1: The Polemical Writings of Athanasius 13
  • Part II 49
  • 2: Athanasius' Earliest Polemical Work 51
  • 3: The Origin of the 'Eusebians' in the Polemic of Athanasius 59
  • 4: The Influence of Athanasius' Polemic 339–46 89
  • Conclusion: To Part II 99
  • Part III 101
  • 5: Who Were the 'Eusebians'? 103
  • 6: The 'Eusebians' in Action 125
  • 7: The 'Arianism' of the 'Eusebians' 169
  • Conclusion 245
  • Bibliography 251
  • Index of Athanasian Texts 269
  • General Index 272
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