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John, the Deacon of Rome, approximately 824-approximately 882


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    • Johannes, Diaconus, 825-
    • Johannes, Diaconus Romanus, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Iohannes, Hymmonides, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Johannes, Hymonides, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Hymmonides, Iohannes, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Hymonides, Johannes, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Immonide, Giovanni, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Giovanni, Immonide, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Ioannes, Diaconus, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Jean, Diacre, approximately 824-approximately 882
    • Johannes, Diaconus, b. 825
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        (edtf) 0824~
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 0882~
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    • Johannes, Diaconus, 825-
    • Johannes, Diaconus, b. 825
  • Sources

    • found: Cena nuptialis. Le cena di Cipriano, 2002:title page (Giovanni Immonide) page 159 (Iohannes diaconus) running title (La cena Iohannis diaconi)
    • found: Lexikon des Mittelalters(Johannes Diaconus; his appellation (presumably a patronymic) was Hymmonides; born probably in 825, in Rome; died circa 880-882; deacon in Rome)
    • found: Vita Gregorii I Papae, 2004:title page (Iohannes Hymmonides, diaconus Romanus) page ix (Giovanni Immonide, diacono romano; active in the 9th century)
    • found: New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition:volume 7, page 1017 (John the Deacon of Rome (Hymmonides); author of the vita of Gregory the Great; born circa 824; died before 882; probably a monk of Monte Cassino; he rewrote in verse the apocryphal Coena Cypriani attributed to St. Cyprian; it is believed that he acted as papal secretary to Pope John VIII)
    • found: Oxford dictionary of the Christian church. Third edition revised:page 711 (under Gregory I: John the Deacon (9th cent.))
    • found: Catholic encyclopedia, viewed online on September 22, 2016(John, deacon of Rome; Johannes, surnamed Hymonides; date of birth unknown; died before 882)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France online catalog, viewed September 22, 2016(authorized access point: Jean Diacre (0825?-0880?); other data in authority record: deacon of the Roman church; variant form of name: Johannes Hymmonides)
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    • 2003-09-17: new
    • 2016-09-24: revised
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