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Author(s): Canellis, Aline
Faustinus’ life is not well known. The little information about him – and Marcellinus whom he is related to – come from Faustinus’ work itself, especially the Libellus Precum. Only Gennadius of Marseille ( Vir. ill. 16) and Isidore of Seville ( Vir. ill. 5.6–7; 14.16), who knew his works, spoke of them. Both priests, Faustinus and Marcellinus, were considered “Luciferian” (Faust. Libel. 84; 86) by the bishop of the Church of Rome, Damasus I (366–d. Dec 11, 384 CE), that is, supporters of the “schismatic” Lucifer, bishop of Calaris in Sardinia, who was ind…
Date: 2020-12-17