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Agapetus I


AGAPETUS I., pope from 535 to 536, collaborated with Cassio dorus in founding at Rome a library of ecclesiastical authors. King Theodahad sent him on an embassy to Constantinople, where he died, after having deposed Anthimus, the Monophysite bishop of that town, and ordained Menas his successor.