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Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. V

The Writings of the Fathers down to a.d. 325
The Rev. Alexander Roberts, D.D., and James Donaldson, LL.D.,
EDITORS: AMERICAN REPRINT OF THE EDINBURGH EDITION
revised and chronologically arranged, with brief prefaces and occasional notes by

A. Cleveland Coxe, D.D.
T&T CLARK
Edinburgh
Wm. B. Eerdmans publishing company
Grand Rapids, Michigan

FATHERS OF THE THIRD CENTURY:
HIPPOLYTUS, CYPRIAN, CAIUS, NOVATIAN, APPENDIX.
AMERICAN EDITION

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Preface

Hippolytus.
(ca. 170–236 A.D.)
Introductory Notice to Hippolytus
The Refutation of All Heresies

Book I.
Book IV.
Note
Book V.
Book VI.
Book VII.
Book VIII.
Book IX.
Book X.
Elucidations.
The Extant Works and Fragments of Hippolytus.

Part I.-Exegetical. Fragments from Commentaries on Various Books of Scripture.
Part II.-Dogmatical and Historical.
Elucidation.
Appendix to the Works of Hippolytus.
Elucidations.

Cyprian
(died September 14, 258)
Introductory Notice to Cyprian
The Life and Passion of Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr
The Epistles of Cyprian

Epistle I.
Epistle II.
Epistle III.
Epistle IV.
Epistle V.
Epistle VI.
Epistle VII.
Epistle VIII.
Epistle IX.
Epistle X.
Epistle XI.
Epistle XII.
Epistle XIII.
Epistle XIV.
Epistle XV.
Epistle XVI
Epistle XVII.
Epistle XVIII.
Epistle XIX.
Epistle XX.
Epistle XXI.
Epistle XXII.
Epistle XXIII.
Epistle XXIV.
Epistle XXV.
Epistle XXVI.
Epistle XXVII.
Epistle XXVIII.
Epistle XXIX.
Epistle XXX.
Epistle XXXI.
Epistle XXXII.
Epistle XXXIII.
Epistle XXXIV.
Epistle XXXV.
Epistle XXXVI.
Epistle XXXVII.
Epistle XXXVIII.
Epistle XXXIX.
Epistle XL.
Epistle XLI.
Epistle XLII.
Epistle XLIII.
Epistle XLIV.
Epistle XLV.
Epistle XLVI.
Epistle XLVII.
Epistle XLVIII.
Epistle XLIX.
Epistle L.
Epistle LI.
Epistle LII.
Epistle LIII.
Epistle LIV.
Epistle LV.
Epistle LVI.
Epistle LVII.
Epistle LVIII.
Epistle LIX.
Epistle LX. To Euchratius, About an Actor.
Epistle LXI.
Epistle LXII.
Epistle LXIII.
Epistle LXIV.
Epistle LXV.
Epistle LXVI.
Epistle LXVII.
Epistle LXVIII.
Epistle LXIX.
Epistle LXX.
Epistle LXXI.
Epistle LXXII.
Epistle LXXIII.
Epistle LXXIV.
Epistle LXXV.
Epistle LXXVI.
Epistle LXXVII.
Epistle LXXVIII.
Epistle LXXIX.
Epistle LXXX.
Epistle LXXXI.
Epistle LXXXII.
Elucidations.

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The Treatises of Cyprian
Treatise I. On the Unity of the Church.
Treatise II. On the Dress of Virgins.
Treatise III. On the Lapsed.
Treatise IV.1 On the Lord's Prayer.
Treatise V.1 An Address to Demetrianus.
Treatise VI.1 On the Vanity of Idols
Treatise VII. On the Mortality.1
Treatise VIII.1 On Works and Alms.
Treatise IX. On the Advantage of Patience.1
Treatise X.1 On Jealousy and Envy.
Treatise XI.1 Exhortation to Martyrdom, Addressed to Fortunatus.
Treatise XII.1 Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews.
Elucidations.
The Seventh Council of Carthage Under Cyprian.
Elucidation.
Treatises Attributed to Cyprian on Questionable Authority
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On the Public Shows.
On the Glory of Martyrdom.
Of the Discipline and Advantage of Chastity.
Exhortation to Repentance.
Elucidations.

Caius
(beginning of the 3rd. century)
TRANSLATED BY THE REV. S. D. F. SALMOND, M.A.
Introductory Notice to Caius, Presbyter of Rome
Fragments of Caius
Elucidations.

Novatian
(ca. 200–258 A.D.)
TRANSLATED BY THE REV. ROBERT ERNEST WALLIS.
Introductory Notice to Novatian, a Roman Presbyter
A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity.
Two Notes by the American Editor.
On the Jewish Meats.

Appendix
ACTS AND RECORDS OF THE FAMOUS CONTROVERSY ABOUT THE BAPTISM OF HERETICS.
A Roman Council Celebrated Under Stephen.
Carthaginian Councils.
Introductory Notice1 To an Anonymous Treatise Against the Heretic Novatian.
A Treatise Against the Heretic Novatian by an Anonymous Bishop.
Introductory Notice Anonymous Treatise on Re-Baptism.78
A Treatise on Re-Baptism by an Anonymous Writer.
Note by the Edinburgh Translator.

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