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Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Ser. II, Vol. III:
Jerome and Gennadius. Lives of Illustrious Men.: John, bishop of Constantinople.

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Chapter XXX.

[John 2622  2623 bishop of Constantinople, a man of marvelous knowledge and in sanctity of life, in every respect worthy of imitation, wrote many and very useful works for all who are hastening to divine things. Among them are the following On compunction of soul one book, That no one is injured except by himself, an excellent volume In praise of the blessed Paul the apostle, On the excesses and ill reputation of Eutropius a prætorian prefect and many others, as I have said, which may be found by the industrious.]



John Chrysostom born at Antioch about 347, bishop of Constantinople 398, deposed 403, died 407.


This whole paragraph is omitted by most mss., though T and 21 have it.

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