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Euse'bius or Euse'bius Scholasticus

surnamed SCHOLASTICUS, a Greek historian who lived about A. D. 400, for he is said to have been an eye-witness of the war of the Romans against Gainas, king of the Gotlls. He was a follower of Troilus, and wrote the history of the Gothic war, in hexameter verse, in four books. His work is said to have been very popular at the time, but has not come down to us. (Socrat. H. E. 6.6; Niceph. H. E. 13.6.)


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