- 360?–420?, English monk and theologian who lived in Rome: teachings opposed by St. Augustine.
- died a.d. 561, pope 556–561.
- died a.d. 590, pope 579–590.
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Cardinal Pelagius was a Spaniard who had been promoted by Innocent in 1206.The Law of Civilization and Decay
But though Benedict was contented to grant his request, Pelagius.Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete
But whether of Irish or Scotch descent, Pelagius was an able man.Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum
It was an errour of Pelagius that man should have dyed though he had never synned.Diary of John Manningham
Coelestius and Pelagius between them were too much for Zosimus.The Christian Church in These Islands before the Coming of Augustine
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- ?360–?420 ad, British monk, who originated the body of doctrines known as Pelagianism and was condemned for heresy (417)
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