Domnus is also the name of
(1) one of the forty-three solitaries who lived in the 4th century, at Raithu, in the caverns of Sinai, and were attacked about A.D. 373, by the Blemmyes; Domnus died of his wounds, and is commemorated January 14;
(2) bishop of Apamea, present at the Council of Chalcedon, A.D. 451; (3) bishop of Elne (Helena) before A.D. 568; a man of great sanctity; (4) bishop of Messana (also called Donus) in the 7th century; (5) pope. SEE DONUS;
(6) forty-first bishop of Avignon, died about A.D. 743.