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Pope Anastasius I

Anastasius I was pope from 399-401. He condemned the writings of the Alexandrian theologian Origen shortly after their translation into Latin.

Among his friends were Augustine, Jerome, and Paulinus[?]. Jerome speaks of him as a man of great holiness who was rich in his poverty.

preceded by Pope Siricius (384-399)
succeeded by Pope Innocent I (401-417)



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