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20, 250, Rome), pope from 236 to 250. The successor to St. Anteros, Fabian is
said to have divided Rome into seven districts assigned to the seven deacons
and to have founded several churches in France. His appointment of notaries to ...
Rome—d. Dec. 30, 274, Rome), pope from 269 to 274. Elected January 5 to
succeed St. Dionysius, Felix was the author of an important dogmatic letter on the
unity of Christ's person. He received the R0man emperor Aurelian's aid in settling
Harris' Social Philosophy of Giovanni Gentile (1960). ~Hegelian philosophy
criticism 8:737c Gentile da Fabriano, real name NICCOLO or GIOVANNI or
MASSIO (b. c. 1370, Fabriano, Italy—d. 1427, Rome), foremost painter of central
Italy at the ...
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