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Quadratus

(Kodratos; early 2d c.). Christian apologist; a fragment of his apology to emp. Hadrian ca. 124/129 preserved by Eusebius* of Caesarea (HE, IV, iii, 1–2); erroneously identified by Jerome with Quadratus, early bp. Athens (perhaps under Marcus Aurelius or Antoninus Pius) and by others with bp. Quadratus of Utica (martyr in Valerian persecution; see Persecution of Christians, 4). See also Apologists, 2; Christian Church, History of the, I 2.


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