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The library's biblical and theological contents were more impressive: Origen's Hexapla and Tetrapla; a copy of the original Aramaic version of the Gospel of Matthew; and many of Origen's own writings.Soon after joining Pamphilus' school, Eusebius started helping his master expand the library's collections and broaden access to its resources.Eusebius succeeded Agapius as Bishop of Caesarea soon after 313 and was called on by Arius who had been excommunicated by his bishop Alexander of Alexandria.
Because of this he was called upon to present the creed of his own church to the 318 attendees of the Council of Nicaea in 325." The theological views of Arius, that taught the subordination of the Son to the Father, continued to be a problem.
At about the same time, he worked on his Chronicle, a universal calendar of events from the Creation to, again, Eusebius' own time.
He completed the first editions of the Ecclesiastical History and Chronicle before 300.
Eusebius was probably born into the Christian contingent of the city.
Caesarea's Christian community presumably had a history reaching back to apostolic times, even though the Apostolic Constitutions 7.46 states that Zacchaeus was the first bishop.