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He fittingly admonishes Victor that he should not cut off whole churches of God which observed the tradition of an ancient custom.

However it was not the custom of the churches in the rest of the world to end it at this point, as they observed the practice, which from Apostolic tradition has prevailed to the present time, of terminating the fast on no other day than on that of the Resurrection of our Saviour.

Quartodecimanism, a word not used in Eusebius' account as he wrote in Greek, is derived from the Biblical Latin term for the practice of fixing the celebration of Passover for Christians on the fourteenth (Latin quarta decima) day of Nisan in the Old Testament's Hebrew Calendar (for example Lev 23:5).

Eusebius of Caesarea (Church History, V, xxiv) notes: But this did not please all the bishops.

And they besought him to consider the things of peace, and of neighborly unity and love.

This system, on the evidence of Bede, fixed Easter to the Sunday falling in the seven-day period from the 14th to the 20th of its lunar month, according to an 84-year cycle.

Any of these features alone could have led to occasional discrepancies from the date of Easter as computed by the Alexandrine method.

The controversy over the correct date for Easter began in Early Christianity as early as the 2nd century AD.

Discussion and disagreement over the best method of computing the date of Easter Sunday has been ongoing and unresolved for centuries.

However, a new dispute arose as to the determination of the Sunday itself, since Sundays can occur on any date of the month.

Shortly before the Nicean Council, in 314, the Provincial Council of Arles in Gaul had maintained that the Lord's Pasch should be observed on the same day throughout the world and that each year the Bishop of Rome should send out letters setting the date of Easter.

After the Gregorian reform of the calendar by promulgation in 1582, the Roman Catholic Church as well as Protestant churches of the Christian West came to follow a different method of computing the date of Easter from the one that had been previously accepted.

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