THEODATUS

I.
THEODATUS
Archon. Athenis, Olymp. 98. An. 2.
II.
THEODATUS
Frithona, Anglus, A. C. 664. Honorato Cantuariensi samiliatis, huius suasu, Historiam Episcoporum huius Ecclesiae conscripsit. Beda, Guilicl. Malmesbur. Lelandus, eum impense commendant.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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