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The pope exhorted to loyal adherence to the true faith in letters to Acacius, to the priests and abbots, as welI as to the usurper Basiliscus himself.
Urged by the pope and the Eastern Catholics, Zeno commanded the banishment of Peter Mongus, but the latter was able to hide in Alexandria, and fear of the Monophysites prevented the use of force.
However, at the same time, the pope received a letter from the emperor in which Talaia was accused of perjury and bribery and a demand was made for the recognition of Mongus.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/14002a.htm   (1461 words)

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This pope, who was a patron of learned men, and a zealous promoter of literature, not only restored this library to its former splendor, but enriched it also with adding to its contents a great number of books and excellent manuscripts.
This notion however is opposed by some, and not without an appearance of reason, who affirms, that Paul the fifth, pope at the time, possessed but a very small, and the worst part of the Palatine library, all the valuable books having been carried off by others, and principally by the duke of Bavaria.
Pope Pius V made him a Doctor of the Church, because of his influential teachings.
www.wm.edu /history/rbsche/index.php?display=article&id=34   (14558 words)

 March 3 Events in History
March 3, 1862 General Pope lays siege in front of New Madrid
March 3, 1431 Bishop Gabriele Condulmer elected as Pope Eugene IV March 3, 1409 Austrian civil war ends
March 3, 468 St. Simplicius elected to succeed Catholic Pope Hilarius
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