[ dee-uhs-ded-it, -dee-dit ]
/ ˌdi əsˈdɛd ɪt, -ˈdi dɪt /
Saint, died a.d. 618, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 615–618.
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Also called A·de·od·a·tus I [ey-dee-od-uh-tuhs] /ˌeɪ diˈɒd ə təs/ .
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It is now pretty clearly established that the Dictatus was written about 1087 by Cardinal Deusdedit.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick