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INDEX.

Alethis, King of Corinth, 235.
Alexander the Great, 249 ; builds Alexandria, 249.
Alexander, Bishop of Rome, beheaded, 261.
Alexander, Emperor, 264.
Alexander, Bishop of Cappadoeia, 264 ; Bishop of Jerusalem, 266.
Alexandria, 177, 249.
Alexandria, Pharos of, 157, 250.
Alfred, King, flees from the Danes, 184 ; seeks shelter in the marshes of Glestingia, 184 ; St. Cuthbert appears to him, 184 ; Battle of Assandune (Eddington) 187; restored to his Throne, 187 ; confirms the grant of King Guthred to the followers of St. Cuthbert, 195; succeeds Guthred in the crown of Northumbria, 196 ; his death, 196.
Ambrosius Aurelianus, 281.
Ambrosius, St., recommends the frequent repetition of the Apostles' Creed, and Lord's Prayer, 142.
Ambrosius, 273, 274.
Ammo, now the Oasis of Siwah, 249.
Amram, father of Moses, 230.
Anastasius, the Emperor, killed by lightning, 281.
Anastasius, Saint, 285 ; his reliques, 285.
Anastasius, Abbot in Jerusalem, 285.
Anastasius (Artemius) favours the Christians, 293.
Anatolius, Bishop of Laodicea, 268.
Ancus Martins, 240.
Andrew, Saint ; his bones, and those of St. Luke, 250.
Antioch, and other Seleucidian towns, 250; Synod of, under Jovian, 272.
Antiochus, King of Syria, 251.
Antipater, son of Herod, 254, 256.
Antoninus Pius, 262.
Antoninus Verus, 262.
Antony, St., 282.
Antony, Mark, 255.
Apes, King of the Argives, 230.
Apollinaiis, Bishop of Hierapolis, 263.
Apollinaris of Laodicea, 273.
Apollotaneus, Bath of, 158.
Appius Claudius, 250.
Aquilea, Synod of, 291.
Aratus, 250.
Arbaces, 238.
Arcadius, Emperor of the Romans, 274, 275.
Archelaus, son of Herod, 256 ; banished to Vienne, 256.
Archelaus, Bishop of Mesopotamia, 269.
Arculph, Bishop, 179.
Arimathea, 165.
Aristobulus, 252, 253.
Aristotle, 248.
Arphaxed, 226.
Arras, city of, 123 ; its ancient churches, 124, 130.
Artaxerxes, 245, 247.
Artaxerxes, Mnemon, 248.
Arthur, King, 281 ; Prince, 281.
Asa destroys the Idols in the Temple, 236.
Ascanius, 234.
Asclepiodotus recovers the Province of Britain, 269.
Asphalte Plains, 170, 172, 173; curious recipe for dissolving Asphalte, 173.
Athalaric, King of the Goths, 282.
Athanasian Creed, 273.
Athanasius is cruelly tortured, 272.
Athenodorus, Bishop of Pontus, 265.
Attilla, King of the Huns, 278.
Attrebata.—See Arras.
Augustine, St., cures by the touch, 70 ; his reliques, 295.
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, dies, 277 ; Augustus, 255.
Anion, the Great Plain, 170.
Aurelian, death of, 268.
Aurelius, Emperor, 262.
Aurelius, Alexander, 265 ; his mother Mammea sends for Origen, 265.
Auxentius, 273.

B.

Barak, 232.
Barwic, killed by a miracle, 208.