Schaff, Philip. History of the Christian Church (The Complete Eight Volumes in One). Amazon Kindle Edition, 2014.
Volume 2, Ante-Nicene Christianity A.D. 100-325, “Chapter 13. Ecclesiastical Literature of the Ante-Nicene Age, and Biographical Sketches of the Church Fathers.” sec. 159-204.
§ 194. Lucian of Antioch.
Schaff introduces Lucian of Antioch as a presbyter and a martyr during the Diocletian persecution (Schaff 2014, loc. 22862). He died in 311, possibly on January 7, his memorial day, in Antioch (Schaff 2014, loc. 22868). There was some question of his theological orthodoxy, though apparently the disputes were resolved before his martyrdom (Schaff 2014, loc. 22873).
Schaff notes a creed bearing Lucian’s name, found after his martyrdom. He considers it thoroughly orthodox in nature (Schaff 2014, loc. 22878).
Lucian is also remembered for a revision of the Septuagint and of the New Testament in Greek (Schaff 2014, loc. 22887). Jerome was not pleased with the quality of the work, but Schaff notes we cannot evaluate it.