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Agatho

[ ag-uh-thoh ]

noun

  1. Saint, died a.d. 681, Sicilian ecclesiastic: pope 678–681.


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They said again, "Are you not that Agatho who has such a foul tongue?"

Agatho only, and a few pleaders, wept, and that evidently with all their heart.

Agatho, a Sicilian by birth, was remarkable for his charity and gentleness.

And Alcibiades again was smart on Socrates, as his rival in Agatho's affection.

Abbot Agatho said: Unless a man begin with the observance of the Precepts, he will not make progress in any one virtue.

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