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- proper noun A male
given nameof mainly historicaluse in English.
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The general Bonifatius tried to set himself up as independent in Africa, with the aid of the Vandals.
Aëtius, master of the troops, disposed of his rivals, Felix and Bonifatius (recalled from Africa in 432).
His brother Gaiseric received an appeal from Bonifatius, the Roman governor of Africa, following which the Vandals (perhaps 80,000 in number) crossed into Africa (429).
The first siege of Hippo in North Africa failed, but Bonifatius, now reconciled to the regency of Galla Placidia, was annihilated, and the city fell (431).
Bonifatius, who had interceded with him for the recognition of
Oesterreichs "(1871-72);" Kritische Untersuchungen über die Quellen der Geschichte König Phiipps des Schönen "(1883);" Bonifatius, der
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
Bonifatius verein (Paderborn, 1899); Eyschen, Staatsrecht des
According to a legend, evidently false, the gospel was preached in Cagliari by Bonifatius, a disciple of Christ.
Life of St. Lioba (London); HOPE, St. Boniface and the Conversion of Germany (London, 1877); KURTH, St. Boniface (Paris, 1902); SEITERS, Bonifatius, der Apostel der
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