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The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity


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


Name

Isaac, 6th c. abbot of Spoleto

Saint ID

S01755

Number in BH

4475

Reported Death Not Before

540

Reported Death Not After

560

Gender
Male
Type of Saint
Ascetics/monks/nuns, Holy fools
Related Evidence Records
IDTitle
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.
E04476Gregory the Great, in his Dialogues (3.14), describes miracles effected by *Isaac, (6th c. abbot of Spoleto, S01755) in and near Spoleto (central Italy). Written in Latin in Rome, c. 593.
E04477Gregory the Great, in his Dialogues (3.14), refers to a virgin called Gregoria who was at that time living in Rome, near a church of *Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033), almost certainly S. Maria Maggiore. She provides information about *Isaac, (6th c. abbot of Spoleto, central Italy S01755). Written in Latin in Rome, c. 593.