Christian Cyclopedia

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Julius Africanus, Sextus

(ca. 160–ca. 240). B. probably Jerusalem (some say Libya); lived at Emmaus; traveled through Asia Minor; Christian author. Works include a hist. of the world up to ca. AD 221, which was quoted by Eusebius* of Caesarea and became the foundation of medieval historiography.

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