Amos (3)

Amos bishop OF JERUSALEM (called by Nicephorus NEAMUS), succeeded John III as the fifty-seventh bishop, A.D. 594. According to Baronius, he had previously been abbot of a Syrian monastery. A letter from Gregory the Great to Amos is extant charging him to withhold communion with, and, if possible, to apprehend and send back to Rome, a runaway acolyte named Peter. He was succeeded by Isaac in 601.

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