fil. Mardaci, Etfino successit, Donaldum rebellem devicit, severus in eius complices. Dein regno exornato, et foederibus confirmatis, in ignaviam, hinc in crimina versus, a Proceribus occisus est. Duchen. l. 6.
Pontifices Romani.

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