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Zosimus

[zoh-suh-muh s]
noun
  1. Saint, pope 417–418.
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Historical Examples

  • We may be permitted to doubt what Zosimus relates on this subject.

    A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 3 (of 10)

    Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

  • Coelestius and Pelagius between them were too much for Zosimus.

  • Could he have done all this had she been the mean, base and wicked woman Zosimus makes her out to be?

    Zenobia

    William Ware

  • On this point the venerable Gildas must have been misinformed, and the narrative of Zosimus is, beyond doubt, the correct one.

  • Zosimus accuses Constantine of having enlarged and remodeled the tax, but apparently without foundation.