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“For places named after the saint, see Saint-Hippolyte Saint Hippolytus of Rome (c. 170-c. 236...Hippolytus of Rome
“Marcus I (died 211) was the bishop of Byzantium for 13 years (198–211 A.D). He succeeded Bishop...Marcus I of Byzantium
“Zamudas (Zambdas, Zabdas, Bazas) of Jerusalem was the thirty-seventh patriarch of Jerusalem. His...Zamudas of Jerusalem
“Saint Narcissus of Jerusalem (c. 99 - c. 216) was an early patriarch of Jerusalem. He is...Narcissus of Jerusalem
“Novatian (circa 200 – 258) was a scholar and antipope who held the title between 251 and 258. He...Antipope Novatian
“Urciscenus was Bishop of Pavia, from around 183 until his death in 216. He is believed to have...Urciscenus
“Pompeius of Pavia was Bishop of Pavia. It is believed that he may have suffered under Roman...Pompeius of Pavia
Pages in category "3rd-century bishops"
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