Paulus Dussus

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Paulus Dussus (fl. 1440–54) was the Roman Catholic archbishop of Krujë (Craynensis archiepiscopis)[when?],[1] also having served as (by year mentioned) the bishop of Šas (or Svač, Suacium, Suacensis) in 1440,[2] bishop of Drivast in 1444 and 1454.[3] According to R. Elsie, he was the bishop of Šas in 1443, and notes that it is uncertain if Paulus Dussus (whom he calls "Pal Dushi") and Paulus Angelus were the same person.[4]

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  1. ^ Parrino 1971, p. 152.
  2. ^ Wilhelm Heinrich Hubert Gulik; Patrick Gauchat (1814). Hierarchia catholica medii aevi: sive Summorum pontificum, S.R.E. cardinalium, ecclesiarum antistitum series ab anno 1198 usque ad annum [1667] perducta e documentis tabularii praesertim Vaticani. sumptibus et typis librariae Regensbergianae. pp. 243–. 
  3. ^ Konrad Eubel; Wilhelm Heinrich Huberti Gulik; Stefan Ehses; Patrick Gauchat; Remigius Ritzler; Pirmin Sefrin (1901). Hierarchia catholica medii aevi: 1434-1503. Monasterii, sumptibus et typis librariae Regensbergianae. pp. 155, 161, 267. 
  4. ^ Robert Elsie (24 December 2012). A Biographical Dictionary of Albanian History. I.B.Tauris. pp. 14–. ISBN 978-1-78076-431-3. 

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