Ambrose of Milan and the End of the Nicene-Arian Conflicts

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APPENDIX I
A Chronology of Letters Attributed to Liberius of Rome
1. Ep. ad Constantium imperatorem per Luciferium episcopum ( AD 353/4), in CAP A VII ( CSEL lxv. 89-93).
2. Fragment from Ad Caecilianum episcopum Spolitinum ( AD 353/4), in CAP B VII. 3-4 ( CSEL lxv. 166).
3. Fragment from Ad Ossium de Vincenti ruina ( AD 353/4), in CAP B VII. 5-6 ( CSEL lxv. 167).
4. Liberius episcopus dilectissimo fratri Eusebio ( AD 353/4; before Lucifer arrives in Vercelli), in the Eusebian corpus ('Appendix II. B', CCSL ix. 121-2).
5. Liberius episcopus dilectissimo fratri Eusebio ( AD 354; follows letter I, commends Lucifer), in Eusebian corpus ('Appendix II. B 2', CCSL ix. 122).
6. Liberius episcopus dilectissimo fratri Eusebio ( AD 354; Liberius is responding to a letter (non-extant) from Eusebius; Lucifer has arrived in Vercelli), in Eusebian corpus ('Appendix II. B 3', CCSL ix. 122-3).
7. Ep. ad Eusebium, Dionysium et Luciferium, 'Quamvis sub imagine' ( AD 3 55); just before Liberius was about to go into exile), in CAP B VII. 1-2 ( CSEL lxv. 164-6) and in the Eusebian corpus, 'Appendix II. B 4' ( CCSL ix. 123-4).
8. Ad orientales episcopis, 'Pro deifico timore' ( AD 3 57); Liberius has capitulated to the condemnation of Athanasius), in CAP B VII. 8 ( CSEL lxv. 168-70).
9. Ad Ursacium et Valentem, 'Quia scio' ( AD 357; now that Liberius has entered into communion with them, he seeks political mediation from Ursacius and Valens for his release from exile), in CAP B VII. 10 ( CSEL lxv. 170-2).
10. Ad Vincetium, 'Non doceo' ( AD 357; written from exile, Liberius seeks Vincentius' petition to the emperor for his release), in CAP B VII. 11 ( CSEL lxv. 172-3).
11. Ad orientales episcopos, 'Studens paci' ( AD 357; Liberius now returned from exile), in CAP B III. I ( CSEL lxv. 155).
12. Ad catolicos episcopos Italiae ( AD 362/3; written after synod of Alexandria), in CAP B IV. I ( CSEL Ixv. 156-7).

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