- Peter the Deacon (disambiguation)
Peter the Deacon or Petrus Diaconus may refer to:
#One of the Scythian monks who appeared in 519 before
Pope Hormisdasin connexion with the Theopaschite controversy. He wrote concerning this question his treatise "De incarnatione et gratia", at the same time directed against the teaching of Faustus of Riezrespecting grace and addressed to St. Fulgentius of Ruspe. [in P. L., LXII, 83-92; Bardenhewer, tr. Shahan, "Patrology", 548, 1908 (St. Louis).]
#A disciple and friend of
Gregory the Great; d. at Rome 12 March, 605 or 606. His questioning occasioned the composition of Gregory's "Dialogues". He is also authority for the statement that the Holy Spirit sometimes hovered in the form of a dove over the great pope's head.
#A monk of
Monte Cassinoknown also as Petrus Subdiaconus; d. c. 960. He was subdeacon of the church of St. Januarius at Naples, and he continued the history of this diocese [Gesta episc. Neap.] , an anonymous work which had already been added to by John the Deacon. He wrote the lives of several saints, including, according to some critics, that of Athanasius, Bishop of Naples ["Vita et translatio Athanasii ep. Neap."] .
Peter the Deacon (chronicler), another monk of Monte Cassino, also called "the Librarian" (Bibliothecarius), b. c. 1107 at Rome; d. probably c. 1140.
Acta Sanctorum", March, II, 208-9; Mann, Lives of the Popes, I (St. Louis, 1902), i, 243-44.
Patrologia Latina", CLXXIII, 462-80; Balzani, Early Chroniclers of Europe, Italy (London, 1883), 174-80; Mann, Lives of the Popes, VII (St. Louis, 1910), 218.
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