Agni, Tommaso

Agni, Tommaso, an Italian prelate, of Leontini, in Sicily, laid, about 1231, the foundations of the-house belonging to his order (the Dominican). He was made titular bishop of Bethlehem in 1255, and appointed legate of the Roman see in the Holy Land. He was afterwards made archbishop of Cosenza, and in 1272 Latin .patriarch, of Jerusalem and bishop of St. Jean d'Acre, which. he held together. He died in 1277, leaving a Life of Peter the Martyr, given in the Acts of the Saints, April, vol. iii. See Moreri, who cites Richard.

 
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