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Flavius Arcadius Placidius Magnus Felix MP (480 - 511)

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Attica MP (c.440 - d.)

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Flavius Egnatius MP (deceased)

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Magnus Felix MP (430 - c.469)

Magnus Ennodius Felix D' ARLES Bishop of Pavia Born: 474, Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, France Died: 17 Jul 521

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Inpetratus MP (deceased)

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Lusorius MP (deceased)

Leocadius, the leading Senator of Gaul had believed in the pagan gods, wrote Gregory in his History of the Franks, but now became a Christian and turned his house into a church. There the Christians ...

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Leocadius, senator of Berri MP (deceased)

A descendent of Vettius Epagathus

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Vettius Epagathus MP (b. - 177)

The Roman authorities seized Christians and questioned them in the forum in front of the populace as to their faith, Vettius Epagathus, a Christian and man of high social standing, requested permission...

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Saint Gregorius, bishop of Langres MP (deceased)

St. Gregory, Bishop of Langres HE was one of the principal senators of Autun, and continued from the death of his wife a widower till the age of fifty-seven, at which time, for his singular virtues...

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Leocadia MP (deceased)

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Saint Gregory of Tours MP (538 - 594)

Saint Gregory of Tours (November 30, c. 538 – November 17, 594) was a Gallo-Roman historian and Bishop of Tours, which made him a leading prelate of Gaul. He was born Georgius Florentius, later ...

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Tetradius, bishop of Clermont MP (c.340 - c.388)

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Decimus Junius Rusticus MP (c.450 - d.)

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[Syagria] MP (c.330 - d.)

Her name is conjectural, based on family naming patterns. Her ancestry is also conjectural. She was probably a granddaughter of Postumius Syagrius . She and her husband might have been parents of: ...

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[Afranius] MP (c.315 - d.)

His name and ancestry is conjectural. He was probably a grandson of Afranius Hannibalianus . He and his wife might have been parents of: Flavius Afranius Syagrius , (Consul 382). Aelia Flavia F...

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Saint Hesychius I, bishop of Vienne MP (c.420 - 494)

Hesychius , trib. 452-6, bishop of Vienne c480-490. He and his wife Audentia were the parents of: Alcimius Ecdicius Avitus , bishop of Vienne Apollinaris , bishop of Valence

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Olybrius, Western Roman Emperor MP (c.431 - c.472)

------------------------------------------------------- ID: I86651 Name: Olybrius Prefix: Emperor Given Name: Olybrius Sex: M _UID: ABC0CD6B6F54CD468D3C68244608CA4F3520 Change Date: 18 ...

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Anicius Olybrius Probus MP (c.405 - 459)

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Anicius Hermogenianus Olybrius MP (c.375 - 410)

He might have been grandfather of Eparchia , wife of Emperor Petronius Maximus . Sources Christian Settipani, "Continuite Gentilice et Continuite Familiale Dans Les Familles Senatoriales Romaines...

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Anicia Italica Italica (deceased)

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Adelphius, bishop of Limoges MP (c.390 - c.451)

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Faltonius de Limoges MP (c.420 - 475)

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Hiberia MP (c.455 - d.)

Hiberia Female Hiberia||p34601.htm|Omnatius||p34602.htm|||||||||||||||| Hiberia was the daughter of Omnatius.1 Hiberia married Ruricus Bishop of Limoges, son of Aquilinus.1 Child of Hiberia and...

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NN de Limoges MP (c.460 - d.)

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Gallia MP (c.390 - d.)

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Saint Eucherius, bishop of Lyons MP (c.380 - c.449)

Saint Eucherius , bishop of Lyon, (ca. 380 – ca. 449) was a high-born and high-ranking ecclesiastic in the Christian Church of Gaul. He is remembered for his letters advocating extreme self-abne...

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Tullia MP (c.410 - d.)

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(Artemia) MP (c.355 - d.)

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Artemia MP (c.375 - d.)

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Decimus Rusticus MP (c.370 - c.423)

Decimus Rusticus (c370-before 423), was Praefectus Praetorio Galliarum (before 409-411 CE), and Magister Officiorum (408 CE). He succeeded his friend Apollinaris, the grandfather of Sidonius Apollinari...

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Aquilinus, bishop of Lyon MP (c.430 - 470)

According to Mommaerts, he was a grandson of Decimus Rusticus and and his wife Artemia through their unnamed son who married Tullia . He (or perhaps his possible brother Eucherius ) might have been t...

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Saint Viventiolus, archbishop of Lyon MP (c.460 - 524)

Feastday: July 12 524 Archbishop of Lyons, France. He was a friend of St. Avitus of Vienne, and they convoked the Council of Epaone in 517 together. Saint Viventiolus (French: Saint Vivientol) (460 &...

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Aquilin of Lyon MP (deceased)

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Leontius, Archbishop of Lyon MP (deceased)

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Saint Aurelianus, Archbishop of Arles MP (523 - 551)

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Sacerdos, Bishop of Lyon MP (c.487 - 551)

Saint Sacerdos (Sardot or Serdot) of Lyon (487 – September 12, 551) is a French saint whose Feast Day is September 12. He was Archbishop of Lyon, France from 544 to September 12, 551. He was the...

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Quintus Afranius Syagrius Germanicus (deceased)

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Palladius, Saint, Bishop of Ireland MP (c.420 - c.460)

Palladius (fl. 408-431; probably died ca 457/461) was the first Bishop of the Christians of Ireland, preceding Saint Patrick. The Roman Catholic Church considers Palladius a saint. Contents [hide] 1 ...

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Palladia MP (c.445 - d.)

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Simplicius, Bishop of Bourges MP (c.450 - 471)

See Christian Settipani, Ruricius Ier évêque de Limoges et ses relations familiales in Francia 18/1 (1991), 203. Simplicius (472-480) Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bourges

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Eulogius, Bishop of Bourges MP (c.425 - 472)

Eulogius (c425-472), Bishop of Bourges. He was father of Simplicius , Bishop of Bourges, so he was perhaps a brother of the Simplicius who was son of Thaumastus . See Christian Settipani, Ruricius Ier ...

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Simplicius MP (c.430 - c.470)

Simplicius (c430-after 470), a cousin-german of Sidonius , and son of Thaumastus . See Christian Settipani, Ruricius Ier évêque de Limoges et ses relations familiales in Francia 18/1 (199...

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Apollinaris I, Praetorian Prefect of Gaul MP (c.300 - d.)

He was Prefect of Gaul under Constantine II (337-340).--------------------He was Prefect of Gaul under Constantine II (337-340).

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[Apollinaris II] MP (c.340 - d.)

His name is speculative, but probable under Gallo-Roman naming customs.

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Eulalia MP (c.435 - d.)

Eulalia (c435-?), wife of Probus . She was a cousin-german of Sidonius , and a daughter of Thaumastus . Christian Settipani, Ruricius Ier évêque de Limoges et ses relations familiales...

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Apollinaris III, Praetorian Prefect of Gaul MP (c.400 - c.469)

He Prefect of Gaul under Valentinian III (425-455).--------------------He was Praetorian Prefect of Gaul (before 409)

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Firminus d'Arles, Vir Illustris MP (c.455 - c.503)

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Magnus "Vir Clarissimus" MP (c.475 - d.)

Magnus , called "vir clarissimus" (most excellent man). ------------------------------ Magnus "Vir Clarissimus" DE NARBONNE Father: Flavius Probus DE NARBONNE, Born: Abt 420, Died: 469, Mot...

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Gallus Magnus, Bishop of Troyes MP (c.479 - 562)

Gallus Magnus (?-after 562), was a Gallo-Roman Senator, a Patrician of Narbonne, and Bishop of Troyes (562). His grave is known and has an inscription identifying him.

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Maurillon d'Angoulême MP (c.510 - c.562)

Maurillon was a Gallo-Roman aristocrat with ties to the Merovingian court.

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Ruricius, bishop of Limoges MP (c.440 - 507)

His ancestry is speculative. Mommaerts and Kelley suggest that he was a brother of Papinilla rather than her son. Settipani argues that Ruricius was instead a member of the Anici. All three agree that ...

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Saint Rusticius, archbishop of Lyon MP (c.455 - 501)

) Saint Rusticus (ca 455 – 25 April 501) was the Archbishop of Lyon, since the year of 494, the successor of Saint Lupicinus of Lyon (491 – 494). Later canonized, his Feast Day is 25 Ap...

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Saint Sidonius Apollinarius, Bishop of Clermont MP (430 - 489)

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Flavius Constantinus Felix, Consul 428 MP (c.380 - 430)

Flavius Felix (died 430) was a politician of the Western Roman Empire, who reached the prominent rank of patrician before being killed by order of Flavius Aetius. For his consulate, in 428, he issued s...

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Flavius Magnus, Consul 460 MP (c.425 - 475)

Flavius Magnus (c. 390 or 405 – 475) was a powerful politician in Gaul, where he was widely respected for his integrity and practical wisdom during the late age of the Western Roman Empire. He w...

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Flavius Probus MP (c.440 - 469)

Flavius Probus (born ca 420, 430 or 435), a Roman Senator and a v. nob. (vir nobilis) of Narbonne, then Narbo, was a man of literary taste and precocious ability. His father was Flavius Magnus, Consul ...

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Thaumastus I, Praetorian Prefect of Gaul MP (c.400 - 475)

Thaumastus (c400-after 469), an uncle of Sidonius , and son of Apollinaris . See Christian Settipani, Ruricius Ier évêque de Limoges et ses relations familiales in Francia 18/1 (1991), 203.

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Flavius Julius Agricola, Consul 421 MP (c.365 - 421)

He was Praefectus Praetorio Galliarum (418 CE), and Consul of Rome (421 CE). He was probably a descendant of Philagrius, patricius, and perhaps of Lucius Maecilius, leader of the plebeians in Rome 471 ...

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Avitus, Western Roman Emperor MP (c.385 - 456)

Marcus Maecilius Flavius Eparchius Avitus (c. 395 - 456, Western Roman Emperor (455 - 456). Made Magister militum (or Master of Soldiers) by the emperor Petronius Maximus, Avitus was sent on a diplomat...

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Papianilla MP (c.432 - 453)

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Apollinaris IV, Praetorian Prefect of Gaul MP (c.405 - d.)

He Prefect of Gaul under Valentinian III (425-455). Military of ancient Rome 753 BC – AD 476 Praetorian prefect (Latin: praefectus praetorio, Greek: ἔπαρχ&...

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Waldalenus, Dux MP (c.530 - d.)

He was a Patricius of Burgundy, and dux in the region between the Alps and the Jura, in the Frankish Kingdom of Burgundy. He served as mayor of the Austrasian palace at Metz from 581, during the minori...

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Aelia Flavia MP (c.560 - d.)

She was a Gallo-Roman. Dupraz notes the possibility that Flavia might have belonged to the great aristocratic family of the Syagrii. Settipani says she might have been a relative of Felix Ennodius and ...

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Amalgar de Dijon, Dux MP (c.585 - c.643)

His family originated in the pagus Attoariensis around Dijon in northern Burgundy. In the mid-seventh century he and his wife became major founders and patrons of monasteries in the region. They founde...

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Tonantia Ferreola MP (c.449 - 529)

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Deuteria Syagria Galla MP (c.487 - d.)

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Afranius Syagrius Gallo MP (c.450 - 487)

He was Consul of Rome. He was surrendered to the Franks at Toulouse by Alaric II, King of the Visigoths. SYAGRIUS (d. 487), the last of the independent Roman administrators of Gaul, was the son of Ae...

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Syagria de Lyon MP (c.470 - 500)

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Afranius Syagrius MP (c.430 - 470)

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Flavius Afranius Syagrius, Consul 382 MP (c.350 - 399)

Flavius Afranius Syagrius ( fl. 369-382) was a Roman politician and administrator. He was a Roman senator. In the same years Afranius lived, another Syagrius is attested (he was consul in 381). It is n...

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Afranius Syagrius Aegidius MP (c.393 - c.464)

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Saint Deuteria (Doda), Abbess of Saint Pierre de Reims MP (c.495 - 530)

Deuteria (or Dode ), called Chlodoreia (daughter of Chloderieus) in some older genealogies. From the English Wikipedia page on Dode, Abbess of St-Pierre de Reims: Saint Dode (born before 509) was a...

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Ansbertus of Moselle MP (c.510 - c.570)

Ansbertus ' existence is open to doubt and his ancestry is conjectural. He is first mentioned in the much later Liber Historiae Francorum , as is his wife Blithilde / Bilichilde ("Ansbertus nobilissimu...

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Palatina de Troyes MP (c.547 - d.)

Palatina of Troyes was born in circa 547 in Troyes ... in the Champagne region of France. She was the only known child of Maurilion Gallo, a Gallo-Roman aristocrat with likely ties to the Merovingian c...

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Arthémie de Lyons MP (c.485 - 506)

Artemia Female Artemia||p34599.htm|Ruricus Bishop of Limoges||p34600.htm|Hiberia||p34601.htm|Aquilinus|d. a 470|p34603.htm||||Omnatius||p34602.htm|||| Artemia was the daughter of Ruricus Bishop o...

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Florentius, bishop-elect of Geneva MP (c.480 - 513)

Florentinus Bishop of Geneva Male, ( - after 513) Florentinus married Artemia, daughter of Ruricus Bishop of Limoges and Hiberia.1 Florentinus Bishop of Geneva was appointed in 513 as Bishop of Gen...

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Arthémia of Geneva MP (c.500 - 520)

Arthemia, perhaps a sister of Sacerdos, Gallo-Roman Archbiship of Lyons, 542-559. Source: 'Royalty for Commoners', Roderick W. Stuart, 1993, p 128. 'Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Des...

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Saint Gondolfus, bishop of Tongres MP (c.545 - 607)

Saint Gondulphus of Maastricht (also Gondolfus, Gundulfus, Gondulf, Gondon; born c. 524, died c. 6 July 607) was the Bishop of Tongres and Bishop of Maastricht in the sixth century. His predecessor, ...

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Duke Ferreolus de Rodez MP (c.490 - 528)

He was a Gallo-Roman Senator. Weis skips this generation. Ferreolous seems to have been a grandson or son-in-law of Chlodéric (Chlodoreius). Either his mother was a daughter of Chlodéri...

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Industria de Narbonne MP (c.470 - 525)

Her ancestry is undocumented. Some reconstructions make her a daughter of Chlodéric (Chlodoreius). However, it is more likely that her son Ferreolus married Chlodéric's daughter. ------...

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Papianilla MP (c.440 - c.474)

Papianilla , clarissima femina . According to Sidonius , a contemporary source, Ferreolus' wife was a partner to her husband and shared his troubles. Her ancestry is uncertain. She was probably a rel...

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Tonantius Ferreolus, I MP (c.390 - 453)

Tonantius Ferreolus (c390-after 453). Praeorian Perfect of Gaul, 451, at Rome 469, 475; friend and relative of Sidonius Apollinaris. His ancestry is unknown. David Hughes ( British Chronicles ) calls...

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[Syagria] MP (c.390 - d.)

Her name is unknown, but is reconstructed as Syagria based on naming patterns. She is described by online sources (Wikipedia, etc.) as a "clarissima femina" who is presumed to be born around the same t...

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Tonantius Ferreolus, II MP (c.425 - 475)

He was a Gallo-Roman Senator, Praefectus Praetorio Galliarum (Praetorian Prefect of Gaul) 451-452/3, Consul of Rome (453), and a Vir Clarissimus. He was serving as Pretorian Praefect when Attila the Hu...

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Tonantius Ferreolus, III MP (c.445 - c.517)

He was a Gallo-Roman Senator. He was at Rome in 469 and 475. He appears as a Vir Clarissimus (a title meaning "most eminent man") between 507 and 511. He was a friend and relative of Sidonius Apollinar...

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