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Pope Adeodatus II (??? − 17 June 676), also known as Deodatus II, was pope of the Roman Catholic Church from 11 April 672 until he died in 676.

Pope Saint Adeodatus II
Papacy began11 April 672
Papacy ended17 June 676
PredecessorVitalian
SuccessorDonus
Personal details
Born???
Rome, Byzantine Empire
Died17 June 676
Rome, Byzantine Empire

Very little information is known about him but most surviving records say that he was known for being generous, especially when it came to the poor and to pilgrims. He was a Benedictine. He was already an elderly man when he was elected pope and did not really accomplish much during his four year reign as pope.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Thomas Shahan. The Catholic Encyclopedia: Vol. 1.
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Vitalian
Pope
672–676
Succeeded by
Donus