Early Church History 28
Guiseppi Riccotti, The Age of Martyrs, 1959
MAURETANIA, 304, Fabius
NUMIDIA, Theveste (conscript Maximilian, 295), Crsipina
"Christo laudes ago... gaudebat cum danmnabatur"
Abitina near Carthage, Fundatus, Saturninus, Victoria, Proconsul Anulinus
Maxima and Donatilla and Secunda
EGYPT, Bishop Peter of Alexandria, Philoromus and Phileas
Phileas: I have not appealed; anthing but that! Take no notice of that unfortunate man. For my part, I am very grateful to the emperors and to you, judge, for allowing me to become a coheir with Jesus Christ.
Priest Pamphilus (time of Zenobia, set up library at Caesarea)
deacon Valens and Paul
Porphyrius: Are you a Christian? Yes!
February 306. Lawyer Apphianus from Beirut attacked Governor urbanus
TYRE, punishment for parricides
ANTIOCH, Lucian. Helenopolis
ASIA MINOR, MACEDONIA, THRACE, ILLYRICUM, RHAETA
SIRMIUM. Sinerus "What are you looking for? What kind of lady comes out for a walk at such an hour. Kindly get out and pereserve your virtue as an honest matron should."
wife of a friend of the Emperor Galenius
"Quod genus tibi est? "Christianus sum!" February 22, 307
The Five Sculptors of Sirmium
Diocletian's villa at Salona
Statue of Aesculapius
Bishop Cyril of Antioch, confessor metallici
Agnes, 1865 excavation near basilica and cemetery: Giovanni Baptiste de Rossi
Sebastian: commander of the First Cohort?
SICILY: Agatha and Lucy. at Catania, at Syracuse
SPAIN: Saint Vincent of Saragossa, deacon.
"Salvete, flores martyrum" Prudentius
lapsi question and Donatist schismatics
Melitus and his "Church of the Martyrs"
Galerius: Edict of Toleration. April 30, 311
Constantine: Britain, Gaul, Spain, Gibraltar
Maxentius: Italy, Rhaetia, North Africa, west Mediterranean Islands
Licinius: Greece, Crete, Balkans
Maximin: Asia Minor, levant, Egypt, Libya
Constantine's sister Constantia to Licinius while Maximin courts favor with Maxentius
Turin in northern Italy
Verona and march down the Via Flaminina toward Rome