Events noted in 0300

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

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“Bible de Royaumont,” Fontaine, Nicholas a voluminous French writer

“Bill of Bights” Wilkes, John a very singular political character in the early part of the present reign

301

Born: Macarius, St. the elder

304

Died: Porphyrius a philosopher of great name among the ancients

306

Died: Constantine usually called the Great

309

Born: Eumenius a celebrated orator of the fourth century

314

Born: Libanius a celebrated sophist of antiquity

Died: Xenocrates one of the most celebrated philosophers of ancient Greece

316

“Lives of the Saints,” Blase a saint and martyr

320

“Institutiones Divinae,” Lactantius, Firmian or Cæcilius

322

Died: Hyperides an Athenian orator

323

Born: Eustathius, St. a pious and learned bishop of Berea

326

Died: Alexander, St. bishop of Alexandria

327

Born: Æschines a celebrated Greek orator

329

“A Letter to Dr. Beale, master of St. John’s College, Cambridge.” Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

330

Born: Juvencus, Caius Vectius Aquilinus one of the first Christian poets

331

Born: Jerom a very celebrated father of the church

332

“Britannia Romana,” Gale, Roger esq. F. R. and A. Ss. eldest son of the preceding

333

Born: Ambrose, St. one of the most eminent fathers of the church

Died: Jamblicus a native of Chalcis in Ccelosyria

339

Died: Claudius or

342

Died: Eusebius

Born: Menander one of the most celebrated of the ancient Greek poets

348

Died: Pachomius, St. a celebrated abbot of Tabenna in Egypt

Born: Prudentius, Clemens Aurelius an ancient Christian poet

354

Born: Chrysostom, John one of the most learned and eloquent of the fathers

356

“What had the emperor to do with the church?” Donatus bishop of Carthage

359

Died: Eusebius, Emwsenus so called from his being bishop of Emessa

360

Died: Frumentius, St. a Romish saint

“Pugna porcorum,” Placentinus, Peter is said to have been the real name of a German author

365

Died: Acacius, Luscus surnamed Luscus

Born: Claudianus, Claudius a Latin poet

366

Born: Damasus a celebrated pope

368

Born: Palladius bishop of Helenopolis in Bithynia

370

Born: Demosthenes one of the greatest orators of antiquity

Died: Eudoxius the founder of a sect of heretics in the fourth century

Died: Eusebius, St. bishop of Verceli

Died: Lucifer bishop of Cagliari

Born: Nemesius was a Greek philosopher

371

Died: Hilarion the founder of the monastic life in Palestine

“Philosophical Transactions,” Robins, Benjamin an English mathematician of great genius and eminence (?–1751)

373

Died: Athanasius, St. an eminent father of the Christian church

“Nicodeme dans la Lune,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

375

Died: Photinus a famous heretic of the fourth century

378

Died: Paulinus an ecclesiastical writer of the fifth century

379

“Into thy hands I commend my spirit.” Basil, St. surnamed The Great

382

Died: Apollinarius the younger

384

Born: Aristotle the chief of the peripatetic philosophers

Died: Bonosus an ancient prelate of the fourth century

Died: Damasus a celebrated pope

386

Born: Theodoret an illustrious writer of the church

388

Born: Philostorgius an ancient ecclesiastical historian

389

“Spaccio” Bruno, Jordan an Italian writer to whom atheism has been generally

Died: Gregory, Nazianzen was born A. D. 324

391

Died: Macarius, St. the elder

392

Died: Ausonius, Decimus Magnus an eminent poet of the fourth century

“Catalogue of Ecclesiastical Writers” Gregory, Nyssen was the younger brother of St

394

Died: Amphilochius a native of Cappadocia

Died: Gelasius, Elder, The the elder

Died: Macarius, St. the younger

395

Died: Didymus of Alexandria

396

Died: Gregory, Nyssen was the younger brother of St

397

Died: Ambrose, St. one of the most eminent fathers of the church

“Philosophical Transactions,” Robins, Benjamin an English mathematician of great genius and eminence (?–1751)

399

“Monum. Eccl. Gnjec.” Evagrius, Ponticus a monk at the latter end of the fourth century