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Clement of Alexandria

a.d. c150–c215, Greek Christian theologian and writer.
Saint. original name Titus Flavius Clemens. ?150–?215 ad, Greek Christian theologian: head of the catechetical school at Alexandria; teacher of Origen. Feast day: Dec 5


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