Agapetus I

Agapetus I
/ag'euh pee"teuhs/
Saint, died A.D. 536, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 535-536.

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  • 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 I —    Pope (q.v.) from 535 536 when Justinian I (q.v.) began his campaign to reconquer Italy from the Ostrogoths (qq.v.). Justinian s need of papal support allowed Agapetus a certain latitude in religious matters. When Agapetus arrived in… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Agapetus I. — Agapitus I. (auch Agapetus; * in Rom; † 22. April 536) war Bischof von Rom vom 13. Mai 535 bis zu seinem Tode. Sein Name bedeutet: der Geliebte (griech.). Er war Sohn des römischen Priesters Gordian, der bei Unruhen erschlagen wurde. Er arbeitete …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Agapetus I., S. — S. Agapetus (Agapitus), I. Papa. (20. Sept. al. 17. Apr.) Gr. ἀγαπητός = der Geliebte. – Der hl. Papst Agapet I. war ein in legitimer Ehe erzeugter Sohn des (späteren) Cardinalpriesters Gordianus ander Kirche zu den hhl. Johannes und Paulus,… …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

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