Amarandus (or Amaranthus), St and Martyr
Amarandus (Or Amaranthus), St. And Martyr was put to death at Albi, in the 8d century, under the emperor Decius, or under Chrocus, king of the Allemanni, who ravaged Gaul in the time of Valerian and Gallienus, and made many martyrs. His tomb is shown at the village of Vians, near Albi. His festival is kept on Nov. 7. See Greg. Turonensis, c. 57, 58.