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Of the Manner in Which the Persecutors Died.19571957 19581958     [Not “the persecutors,” but only some of them. This treatise is, in fact, a most precious relic of antiquity, and a striking narrative of the events which led to the “conversion of the Empire,” so called. Its historical character is noted by Gibbon, D. and F., vol. ii. 20, n. 40.]  

Addressed to Donatus.

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