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Sossianus Hierocles, governor of Bithynia and adviser of the emperor Diocletian, at the beginning of the "great persecution" of the Christians published his propagandistic writing under the title The Lover of Truth, in which he drew a comparison between Apollonius of Tyana and Christ. In the apologetic treatise of Eusebius of Caesarea Against Hierocles we find a statement, that this comparison was something new in the hitherto existing attacks of the pagan intellectuals on Christianity anddoi:10.31743/vp.3528 fatcat:2s2e3iqy55ejdpnp4wv2up2nka