Victor of Capua
Victor Of Capua was a bishop in the former half of the 6th century (died about 544). He ranks as the earliest Latin catenator, and wrote De Cyclo Paschali, fragments of which work are contained in Bede, and a Scholia Vet. Patrum. He also prepared a Latin version of Ammon. Alexandrinus's Harmony of the Gospels (Harm. Evangel. Am. Alexandr. etc. [Col. 1532]).