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“Arius Letter to Eusebius of Nicomedia - Greek Text with English translation”
From Theodoret, Historia Ecclesiastica, 1.4.1-4 (and also Epiphanius)
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To his very dear lord, the man of God, the faithful and orthodox Eusebius, Arius, unjustly persecuted by Alexander the Pope, on account of that all-conquering truth of which you also are a champion, sendeth greeting in the Lord.
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This is the original Greek text from Theodoret, Historia
Theodoret Church History
Epiphanius Panarion, Adversus Haereses
Epiphanius Against Heresies
Migne Greek Text
Patrologiae Graecae Cursus Completus
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