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- proper noun A male
given name, of historicalusage only.
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Bishops of Como are venerated as saints: St. Probinus (391); St. Amantius (420); St. Abundius (450), sent as legate to the Council of
Tabana in the Sierras, also Aurelius, Sabiniana, Abundius, Amator, and others; the names of more than thirty are known.
In the following year St. Leo sent his legates, Abundius and Asterius. to Constantinople with a list of testimonies from Hilary, Athanasius,
Abundius is one of those to whom the authorship of the Te Deum is occasionally attributed.
Abundius and Irenæus, 41; the large number of tombs, 323, 350.
Abundius and Irenæus, under the portico of S. Lorenzo fuori le Mura,
1868-73 (Vicar Apostolic) + Nicholas Pagani, S.J., 1885-95 (became first bishop in 1886) + Abundius Cavadini S.J.,