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(fl. c. 390–418)
  • Gerald Bonner


Pelagius (fl.c. 390–418), theologian, is said by his contemporaries of the years about 400, such as Augustine of Hippo, Prosper of Aquitaine, Marius Mercator, and Paul Orosius, to have been of British origin. Beyond that there is no information, and attempts to interpret his name as a Hellenization of the Welsh ...

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