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Dionysius Exiguus
Dionysius Exiguus Dionysius Exiguus invented Anno Domini years to date Easter. Dionysius Exiguus (Dennis the Little, meaning humble) ( ...
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Dionysius Exiguus   (translated from German)
Dionysius Exiguus Dionysius Exiguus, or also Denys the small one and ... in accordance with Denys the small one Dionysius is considered as a founder of ...
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Talk:Dionysius Exiguus
Talk:Dionysius Exiguus Here is Dionysius Exiguus book, the Liber de Paschate : http://hermes ...
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Dionysius The Greco-Roman name Dionysius, deriving from the name of the god ... the historical figures known by the name Dionysius, some of the more famous were: Dionysius the Elder (or Dionysius I), a ruler of Syracuse in ...
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Dionysius   (translated from Dutch)
Dionysius Dionysius (Greek Dionýsios) the name of several personages from traditional antiquity, among which, is: Dionysius I , tyrant of syracuse. Dionysius II , tyrant of syracuse, zoon of Dionysius I. Patriarch Dionysius II, Antiocheens patriarch. ...
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Talk:Anno Domini/Archiv 01
... a bit silly. It should either be Dionysius Exiguus (or at leas a scythian monk) or ... must consult the originator of the system, Dionysius Exiguus. Although he does use the term "Anni ... 1 BC precedes AD 1 means that Dionysius placed Christ's Incarnation on the ...
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Dionysios   (translated from German)
Dionysios The following persons named Dionysios (or Dionysius) are admits (in temporally ascending order): Dionysios ... 124 a description of world as poem Dionysius of Korinth (2. Jh.), of Paulus of ... Apostelgeschichte 17,34), in former times with Dionysius Areopagita (see below) confounds Dionysios of Alexandria ... around 180 - around 265), bishop of Alexandria Dionysius of Augsburg, bishop, around 200, uncle that heiligen Afra Dionysius of Paris (Saint Denis), bishop of ...
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Canons of the Apostles
... This was the number finally adopted by Dionysius Exiguus, who first translated these canons into Latin ... have used the Apostolic Constitutions. In reality Dionysius made three versions of the Apostolic Canons ... Collectio canonum, prepared under the latter pope, Dionysius Exiguus omitted them; even in the first ...
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Anno Domini
... e.g., 64 BC, but AD 2001). Dionysius Exiguus invented Anno Domini years to date Easter ... was developed by a Scythian monk named Dionysius Exiguus in Rome in 525, as an outcome ... Accuracy Almost all Biblical scholars believe that Dionysius was incorrect in his calculation, and ...
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... into the Julian calendar in Rome by Dionysius Exiguus, though only for 95 years. Dionysius introduced the Christian Era (counting years from ... known when the Church of Rome adopted Dionysius' tables, but it may have been as ... which was mostly designed by Aloysius Lilius. Dionysius' tables replaced earlier methods used by ...
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