Damasus, St.

Damasus, St., Pope from 366 to 384, a Spaniard; a zealous opponent of the Arians and a friend of St. Jerome, who, under his sanction, executed his translation of the Bible into the Vulgate; there was a Damasus II., Pope in 1048.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Damascus * Dame aux Camélias, La
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Dalziel, Thomas
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Damasus, St.
Dame aux Camélias, La
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