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The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity

from its origins to circa AD 700, across the entire Christian world


Zeno, bishop of Verona, ob. 371

Saint ID


Number in BH

BHL 9001

Type of Saint
Related Evidence Records
E04383Gregory the Great writes the Dialogues, recounting miraculous stories with various local saints as their subject. Written in Latin in Rome, c. 593. Overview entry.
E04483Gregory the Great, in his Dialogues (3.19), describes how a flood in Verona (northern Italy) was not able to enter the church of *Zeno (bishop of Verona, ob. 371, S01558). Written in Latin in Rome, c. 593.
E05815Agnellus of Ravenna, in his Liber Pontificalis Ecclesiae Ravennatis, written in Latin, refers to the reconciliation to Orthodoxy by Bishop Agnellus (557-570) of several previously Arian churches, located in and around Ravenna (northern Italy). The new dedications are recorded as being to *Eusebius (bishop of Vercelli, ob. 371, S01219), *George (soldier and martyr, S00259), and *Theodore (soldier and martyr of Amaseia and Euchaita, S00480), all in Ravenna; to *Sergius (soldier and martyr of Rusafa, S00023) in Classe; and to *Zeno (bishop of Verona, ob. 371, S01558) in Caesarea. Account written in Ravenna in 830/846.
E06439Gregory the Great in a papal letter (Register 14.6) of 603, to Marinianus, bishop of Ravenna, asks him to investigate a dispute within a monastery dedicated to *Laurence (deacon and martyr of Rome, S01229) and *Zeno (bishop of Verona, ob. 371, S01558) in the fortress of Cesena (northern Italy). Written in Latin in Rome.