Andeolus (or Andiolus)
Andeolus (Or Andiolus)
saint and martyr (vulgarly called St. Anduch or Andeux), preached the Gospel at Carpentras and other places in Viennese Gaul. The emperor Severus, on his journey to England in 208, condemned him to death, and caused him to have his head split open by a wooden sword at Bergoiate, near the Rhone. See Baillet, May 1.