14. A physician at Rome in the fifth century after Christ, who was also in deacon's orders, and a man of great piety. When Rome was taken by Alaric, A. D. 410, Dionysius was carried away prisoner, but was treated with great kindness, on account of his virtues and his medical skill.
An epitaph on him in Latin elegiac verse is to be found in Baronius, Annal. Eccles.
ad ann. 410.41.