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... Municipale, MS 504 is an early 7th century illuminated manuscript of the Pastoral Care by Pope Gregory I ... It was probably written in Rome about AD 600, whilst Gregory was still alive, and contains his final revised text ...
... Pope Gregory the Great's Dialogues, written in the late 6th century, evidence a development in the understanding of the afterlife distinctive of the direction that Latin Christendom would take ...
... By the 12th century, Giric had acquired legendary status as liberator of the Scottish church from Pictish oppression and, fantastically, as conqueror of Ireland and most of England ... As a result Giric was known as Gregory the Great ...
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