Domnus of Stridon

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Domnus of Stridon was a fourth century Roman Bishop from the province of the Danube.[1]

He was born in Stridon in Dalmatia[2] where a church is still dedicated to his memory and he was a contemporary of Saint Jerome.[3] However, he is best known to history as one of only five delegates from the catholic, Western Roman Empire who attended the first Council of Nicene.[4][5][6]

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  1. ^ Alfred Wesley Wishart - A Short History of Monks and Monasteries.
  2. ^ Labriolle, Pierre de la (2006). History and literature of christianity from Tertullian to : Boethius. London: Kegan Paul. p. 335. ISBN 9780710310675. 
  3. ^ Marmora Macarensia By Ivan Josip Pavlović-Lučić the Bavarian State Library 1810
  4. ^ Patrum Nicaenorum nomina page 89
  5. ^ Alfred Wesley Wishart - A Short History of Monks and Monasteries, N.J.A. Brandt, 1900.
  6. ^ John Rudd, Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 03, Pubone 2010.