- Palladius (disambiguation)
Palladius is the name of:
Palladius(flourished 408-431; died ca. 457/461) was the first Bishop of the Christians of Ireland, preceding Saint Patrick
Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus Palladius, 4th century Roman agricultural writer
Palladius of Antioch, a 4th century Christian saint
Palladius of Embrun(Pallade, Pélade, Patllari), bishop of Embrun
Palladius of Ratiaria, late 4th century Arian Christian theologian.
Palladius of Galatiaalso known as Palladius Helenopolitanus, the author of "Historia Lausiaca"
Palladius (prefect), prefect of Alexandria in 373
Palladius Iatrosophistaca. 5th century AD. Author of 2 books of commentaries on Hippocrates and a short treatise on fevers (chiefly after Galen). Believed to have been a professor of medicine at Alexandria.
* [http://books.google.ca/books?id=wJ4YAAAAIAAJ Smith WG. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. J Walton 1849]
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