Note 049
From Chapter 27 of the Decline & Fall

They always kept their Easter, like the Jewish Passover, on the fourteenth day of the first moon after the vernal equinox; and thus pertinaciously opposed the Roman church and Nicene synod, which had 'fixed' Easter to a Sunday. Bingham's Antiquities, 1. xx. c. 5, vol. ii. p. 309, fol. edit.

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