b. shortly after AD 260;
d. between AD 337 and 340 in Caesarea in Palestine (Caesarea  Maritima);
Theologian and Greek ecclesiastical author; became bishop of Caesarea in 314.
The substantial theological work of Eusebius stands in the tradition of Origenes ; it comprises exegetical, historical, and apologetic writings. Some of it is lost (e.g. Apology for Origen; Against…