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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES TO ACCOMPANY THE HISTORY AND LIFE OF THEODORET.
323. Defeat and relegation of Licinius.
324. Execution of Licinius. Macarius, bishop of Jerusalem, Silvester of Rome, and Alexander of Alexandria.
Colluthus condemned at Alexandria.
325. 20th year of Constantine I.
NIČEA (May 20-Aug. 25).
Birth of Gallus (Cæsar).
Birth of Gregory of Nazianzus.
Eustathius of Berca elected bishop of Antioch. Constantine writes a letter ordering the building and reparation of churches.
Also a letter to Macarius, bisho, of Jerusalem,
329. Incident of Ischyras and Macarius.
Birth of Basil of Cæsarea, "the Great."
330. Byzantium dedicated as Constantinople, May 11th. cf. Theod. i. 18; Soc. i. 16; Soz. i. 3. 331. Birth of Julian.
Perhaps the deposition of Eustathius.
333. Constantine's letter to Sapor II.
335. Division of the empire between Constantine,
Dedication of the Great Church at Jerusalem.
Councils of Tyre and Jerusalem; first exile of
336. Athanasius at Treves.
Death of Arius.
Death (? Clinton gives 340) of Alexander of Con-
337. Death of Constantine I. Whitsunday.
340. Constantine II. defeated and slain near Aquileia.
Death of Eusebius of Cæsarea, the historian.
Paul and Eusebius of Nicomedia rivals at Con-
Athanasius withdraws to Rome.
Arian Synod of the Dedication of the Great Church
342. Constantius orders expulsion of Paul from Constantinople.
343. Persecution in Persia.
343-4 or 347. (See note on p. 67.) Council of Sardica. Athanasius received at Milan by Constans.
345. Murder of Gregory.
345 or 346. Deposition of Stephen of Antioch.
Return of Athanasius, October 21.