Agapetus

Agapet

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  • Agapetus — can be:* Agapetus (physician), an ancient Greek doctor * Pope Agapetus I * Pope Agapetus II * Agapetus of Seleucia, a fourth century metropolitan bishop of Seleucia ad Calycadnum. * Agapetus of Synada, a fourth century bishop. * Agapetus of… …   Wikipedia

  • Agapetus — • Fifth century deacon of the church of Sancta Sophia at Constantinople, reputed tutor of Justinian Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Agapetus     Agapetus      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Agapētus — Agapētus, 1) St. A., Jüngling in Präneste, welcher um 274 den Märtyrertod erlitt; Tag: 18. August. 2) Diakonus zu Constantinopel um 530; Lehrer des Kaisers Justinian; schr.: Σγέδη βασιλιχή (ein Fürstenspiegel), herausg. von Calliergos, Vened.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • AGAPETUS — I. AGAPETUS Imperatoris Anastasri in Consulatu collega. An. Urb. Cond. 1117. II. AGAPETUS Synadorum urbis Phrygiae Pacatianae Episcopus sectae Macedonianae, ad Orthodoxam fidem postea conversus. Socrates l. 7. c. 3. III. AGAPETUS apud Praeneste… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Agapetus of Pechersk — an Orthodox Christian saint and doctor, monk of Kiev Pechersk Lavra‎. [ [http://www.pravoslavye.org.ua/index.php?r type=article action=fullinfo id=5719 Ukrainian Orthodox Portal] ] He was born in Kyiv and was later taught and admitted to monastic …   Wikipedia

  • Agapetus II —     Pope Agapetus II     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Agapetus II     A Roman by birth, elected to the papacy 10 May, 946; he reigned, not ingloriously, for ten years, during what has been termed the period of deepest humiliation for the papacy …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Agapetus (deacon) — Agapetus was a deacon of the church of Hagia Sophia at Constantinople (about 500), reputed tutor of Justinian, and author of a series of exhortations in seventy two short chapters addressed (ca. 527) to that emperor ( Patrologia Graecae, LXXXVI,… …   Wikipedia

  • Agapetus (physician) — Agapetus (Gr. polytonic|Ἀγαπητός) was an ancient Greek physician, whose remedy for the gout is mentioned with approbation by Alexander Trallianus [xi. p. 303] and Paulus Aegineta. [iii. 78, p. 497, vii. 11, p. 661] He probably lived between the… …   Wikipedia

  • Agapetus I, Pope Saint — • Anti Arian, instrumental in deposing a Monophysite bishop who had moreover abandoned his see, d. 536 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Agapetus II, Pope — • Reigned 946 955 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

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