Monday, November 19, 2012

Bar Hebraeus Dates Basilides to the End of the Reign of Trajan (c. 117 CE)

And the JEWS who were in EGYPT rebelled, and set up for themselves a king whose name was LUMPIS, and he governed them and came to JUDEA. Now the JEWS conquered in every place. And BASILIDES, the head of the heresy of the GNOSTICS, that is to say, the worshippers of the serpent, became celebrated.

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