Talk:Sergius Paulus

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If my oral family history is correct, Sergius was exiled from Rome to Germania for his faith. This might explain why Paul does not salute him in the Letter to the Romans. This is only an oral history that has been passed down for quite a few generations. I do not swear that it actually occurred, but evidence of the Church being in the region of Germany to which he was supposedly exiled prior to AD 100 does tend to support it though.

So, is it Paulus or Paullus?[edit]

It seems like many sources give the name as Paullus, a spelling that also appears in the painting by Raphael and in the article itself. Aviad2001 (talk) 09:26, 19 March 2012 (UTC)