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He took over from Justus as the second Dean of The Catechetical School of Alexandria (also known as the Theological School of Alexandria). He then became Pope after Pope Justus's death in 131 AD.
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ar:أومانيوس الأول (بابا الإسكندرية) pt:Eumênio de Alexandria