Eusibius was born a little after 260 A.D. in Palestine. He was a Christian, and in about 313 he became the bishop of Caesarea, in Palestine. He was responsible for several works about of the early church. His greatest work was the "Ecclesiastical History" which chronicled all the events in the Chistian Church until 324 A.D.. He was also interested in cataloguing all the martyrs in the church.

He was a member of the council of Nicaea, where he took a moderate position, between the opposing views of Athanasius and Arius. He died in 339 A.D..

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