Agapetus

[deacon] Agapetus was a deacon of the church of Hagia Sophia at Constantinople (about 500), reputed tutor of Justinian, and author of a series of exhortations in seventy-two short chapters addressed (ca. 527) to that emperor (Patrologia Graecae, LXXXVI, 1153–86). The first letters of each chapter form an acrostic of dedication that reads:...
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Agapetus

[genus] Agapetus is a genus of caddisflies of the family Glossosomatidae. Larvae of Agapetus could be confused with Protoptila (another Glossosomatidae), but are readily distinguished by the presence of 2 mesonotal sclerites instead of 3. There have been few larval-adult associations of the Agapetus spp. (7 of 30), so in areas with multiple...
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Agapetus

[physician] Agapetus (Gr. Ἀγαπητός) was an ancient Greek physician, whose remedy for the gout is mentioned with approbation by Alexander of Tralles and Paul of Aegina. He probably lived between the third and sixth centuries AD, or certainly not later, as Alexander of Tralles, by whom he is quoted, is supposed to have flourished abo...
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