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Introductory Note to Gregory Thaumaturgus.
... This man, one can hardly doubt, was a disciple of Caius (or Gaius); and there is
little question that the digested system which Gregory eulogizes was "the ...
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The Epistles of St. John
... "Unto Gaius the beloved." The name was a common one, being a form of the Latin
"Caius." There is no reason for identifying this Gaius with one of the persons ...
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The Peter of History and the Peter of Fiction.
... Caius (or Gaius), a Roman presbyter at the close of the second century, pointed
to their monuments or trophies  on the Vatican, and in the via Ostia. ...
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Come Now, if Some Philosopher Affirms, as Laberius Holds...
... But if a Christian promises the return of a man from a man, and the very actual
Gaius from Gaius,  the cry of the people will ...  [ie, Caius, used (like ...
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... They say that under Caius  Caligula he ventured to Rome, whither he had been
sent as legate of his nation, and that ... Val.; Gaius all the mss.; omit Her. ...
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... two of which the first is "The elder to the elect lady and her children" and the
other "The elder unto Gaius  the ...  GaiusA H 25 30 31 ae; Caius Her. ...
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The Church History of Eusebius. Index of Subjects.
... Caius, bishop of Rome, 317. CallirhoE, a town east of the Dead Sea,
95. ... Gaius I., Gentile bishop of Jerusalem, 226. ...
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The Events which Happened to Dionysius.
... 9. And the witnesses of all these occurrences followed: Gaius, Faustus, Peter, and
Paul. ... From that chapter, 23, we learn that Caius and Peter were alone with ...
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Pagan Shrines and Temples.
... Caius Sextius Calvinus, son of Caius, praetor, has restored this altar by decree ...
We can picture to ourselves the two consuls, Gaius Furnius and Junius Silanus ...
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... 1776 was found a bronze tablet, which had been offered to Gaius Marius Pudens ... were
still conspicuous among the ruins of Rome: the pyramid of Caius Cestius near ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryGaius or Caius
1. A Macedonian, who accompanied Paul in his travels, and whose life was in danger at Ephesus, Acts 19:29.
2. A Corinthian convert of Paul, who hospitable entertained the apostle while laboring at Corinth, Romans 16:23 1 1 Corinthians 1:14.
3. Of Derbe; an attendant of Paul from Corinth, in his last journey to Jerusalem, Acts 20:4.
The third epistle of John is addressed "to the well-beloved Gaius;" whose character for hospitality comports well with that of 2. above. The name was a common one wherever the Romans 54ed; and yet it is not certain that more than one or two different individuals of this name are spoken of in Scripture.
Gaius or Caius
Gaius: A Corinthian, Whom Paul Baptized
Gaius: A Macedonian, and a Companion of Paul: Seized at Ephesus
Gaius: A Man of Derbe; Accompanied Paul from Macedonia
Gaius: Man to Whom John's Third Epistle Was Addressed
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