Leo the Great
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This paper introduces, discusses, and analyzes the life of Pope Saint Leo the First (Leo the Great). It includes a short biography of his life, which centers on his achievements and accomplishments. These accomplishments highlight why Leo the Great is considered one of the greatest Pope's of all times. He was known as a unifier, a great writer and a strategist who helped repel invasions of Rome by warring armies.
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