Origin : Ancient Greek (Latinized),
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Additional information Agapetus:
Latinized form of the Greek name Agapetos (see AGAPITO).
Books about Agapetus:
Four Byzantine Novels: Agapetus - Theodore Prodromos; Rhodanthe and Dosikles - Eumathios Makrembolites; Hysmine... by Elizabeth Jeffreys (Apr 1, 2014)
Three Political Voices from the Age of Justinian: Agapetus - Advice to the Emperor, Dialogue on Political Science... by Peter Bell (Apr 15, 2010)
Four Byzantine Novels: Agapetus - Theodore Prodromos; Rhodanthe and Dosikles - Eumathios Makrembolites; Hysmine... by Elizabeth Jeffreys (Sep 15, 2012)
The ecological requirements of Agapetus fuscipesCurtis (Glossosomatidae), a characteristic species in unimpacted... by R. Nijboer (Oct 1, 2004)
Three Political Voices from the Age of Justinian: "Agapetus, Advice to the Emperor", "Dialogue on Political Science... by Translated with commentary by Peter Bell (2010)
Agapetus East and West: The fate of a Byzantine "mirror of princes" (Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute offprint... by Ihor SÌevcÌenko (1978)
6th-Century Clergy: Theophilus of Adana, John of Ephesus, Theodosius the Cenobiarch, Liberatus of Carthage, Agapetus... by LLC Books Not Available (Na) (2010)
Wiki information Agapetus:
Agapetus was a deacon of the church of Hagia Sophia at Constantinople, reputed tutor of Justinian, and author of a series of exhortations in seventy-two short chapters addressed to that emperor. The first letters of each chapter form an acrostic of...
Pope Agapetus I was Pope from 13 May 535 to his death in 536. He is not to be confused with another Saint Agapetus, an Early Christian martyr with the feast day of 6 August.