Eusebius, St.

, bishop of Verceli, in the fourth century, was a warm defender of 8t. Athanasius, whose firmness on that occasion offending the emperor Constantius, he was sent into exile. At his return he opposed Auxentius, the Arian bishop of S. of Lake Como; of old much vexed by war, it is now prosperous, manufacturing silks and velvets, gold,…">Milan. He died about the year 370. A Latin version of the four Evangelists is attributed to him, which was published at S. of Lake Como; of old much vexed by war, it is now prosperous, manufacturing silks and velvets, gold,…">Milan by John Andrew Trici, 1748, 4to; and whether this version was really by St. Eusebius or not, it is said to be very valuable. Two of his letters are in the library of the fathers. 4

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Ibid and Dupin.

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