Historical Tracts of St. Athanasius
|1.||Encyclical Epistle, addressed to all Bishops every
A.D. 341. (Ep. Encycl.)
|2.||Apology against the Arians, written
about A.D. 350.
(Apol. contr. Arian.)
|Chapter 1. Encyclical Letter of Council of Egypt||17.|
|Chapter 2. Letter of Pope Julius to Eusebians at Antioch||39.|
|Chapter 3. Letter of Council of Sardica||59.|
|Chapter 4. Imperial and Ecclesiastical Acts due to Sardica||79.|
|Chapter 5. Documents connected with Charges of Meletians||88.|
|Chapter 6. Documents connected with Council of Tyre||101.|
|3.||Encyclical Epistle, addressed to
the Bishops of Egypt
and Libya, A.D. 356. (ad Ep. Ęg.)
|4.||Apology addressed to the Emperor
Constantius, A.D. 356.
(ad Constant. or Ap. ad Const.)
|5.||Apology for his flight, A.D. 357 or 358. (de Fug.)||188.|
|6.||Epistle to Serapion concerning the
death of Arius,
A.D. 358-360. (ad Serap. de Mart. Ar.)
|7.||Epistle to the Monks, A.D. 358, or later. (Ep. ad Mon.)||215.|
|8.||History of the Arians, written A.D.
(ad Mon. or Hist. Arian.)
|Chapter 1. Arian persecution under Constantine||219.|
|Chapter 2. First Arian persecution under Constantius||226.|
|Chapter 3. Restoration of Catholics on Council of Sardica||230.|
|Chapter 4. Second Arian persecution under Constantius||241.|
|Chapter 5. Persecution and lapse of Liberius||248.|
|Chapter 6. Persecution and lapse of Hosius||255.|
|Chapter 7. Persecution at Alexandria||262.|
|Chapter 8. Persecution in Egypt||276.|
|Appendix:||S. Alexander's Deposition of
Arius, and Encyclical
Epistle, A.D. 321. (Alex. Encycl. Ep.)
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