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Originally appearing in Volume V09, Page 953 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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EUSEBIUS OF LAODICEA, though not included among the saints, was noted for his saintly life. He was an Alexandrian by birth, and gained so great a reputation for his self-denial and charity that when in 262 the city was besieged by the troops of the emperor Gallienus he obtained permission, together with Anatolius, from their commander Theodotus, to lead out the non-combatants, whom he tended " like a father and physician." He went with Anatolius to Syria, and took part in the controversy against Paul of Samosata, bishop of Antioch. He became bishop of Laodicea, probably in the following year (263), and died some time before 268. His friend Anatolius succeeded him as bishop in the latter year (see the article by E. Hennecke in Herzog-Hauck, v. 619).
EUSEBIUS (Gr. EuOi/3tos, from ebaegils, pious, cf. ...
EUSEBIUS [OF CAESAREA] (c. 260-c. 340)

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