Constantine and Eusebius by Timothy D. Barnesstudy of the Roman Empire in the age of Constantine offers a thoroughly new assessment of the part Christianity played in the Roman world of the third and fourth centuries. analyzes Constantine's rise to power and his government. explores the whole range of Eusebius' writings, especially those composed before Constantine became emperor. shows that attitudes deemed typical of the Constantinian revolution were prevalent before the new Christian empire
Eusebius in Translation
History of the Church by Rufinus; Philip R. AmidonRufinus' translation and continuation of of Eusebius'. Rufinus carries the story forward to , the year of the death of Theodosius I. Rufinus's history was an immediate success. It was the first Latin Christian history, and as such it exerted great influence over his own generation and for a thousand years thereafter when the general ignorance of Greek in the Latin church made Eusebius's original practically unavailable to it. Online available.
Against Marcellustwo theological works of Eusebius of Caesarea to justify the action of the council fathers in ordering the deposition on the grounds of heresy, contending that Marcellus was "Sabellian". Online available.
Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History by Crusechronicles the events of the first three centuries of the church. Archaic words have been modernized and the punctuation has been updated according to contemporary standards. The Loeb numbering system has been added to make it easier to locate passages referred to in other reference works. citations and cross-references have been updated from Roman numerals to the modern form of citation. included "Historical View of the Council of Nicea."
Ecclesiastical History by J. E. L. OultonEusebius's chief fame rests on the History of the Christian Church in ten books published in 324-325, the most important ecclesiastical history of ancient times, a great treasury of knowledge about the early Church. 2 volumes. Online available.
Ecclesiastical History by Kirsopp LakeEusebius's chief fame rests on the History of the Christian Church in ten books published in 324-325, the most important ecclesiastical history of ancient times, a great treasury of knowledge about the early Church. 2 volumes. Online available.