Romanus

[Bishop of Rochester] Romanus (died before AD 627) was the second bishop of Rochester and presumably was a member of the Gregorian mission sent to Kent to Christianize the Anglo-Saxons from their native Anglo-Saxon paganism. Romanus was consecrated bishop around 624 and died before 627 by drowning. Little is known of his life beyond these f
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Romanus

[exarch] Romanus (died 596 or 597) was Exarch of Ravenna (589-596/7). In 589 he became Exarch in place of the discredited Smaragdus. In his first year Romanus recovered the cities of Modena, Reggio, Parma, Piacenza, Altinum, and Mantua from the Lombards. In 592 Pope Gregory I appealed to the Exarch for help in assisting Naples, then under L
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Romanus

pope from August to November 897.
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Romanus

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Romanus

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Romanus

[Usurper] Romanus was a Roman usurper in the West Roman Empire who unsuccessfully rebelled against the Emperor Anthemius in 470 before being executed at Rome. == Career == Romanus was a Roman Senator and a Patrician who had achieved the rank of Magister officiorum during the final decades of the Western Roman Empire. A known supporter of Ri
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