Audradus Modicus

Audradus Modicus, chorepiscopus of Sens, lived in the 9th century, and is chiefly celebrated for the visions which he claimed to have had relating to the suspension of the intestine hostilities then prevalent in France. He visited Rome on that errand in 849. He-was deposed, together with the other Galliean chorepiscopi, by a Council of Paris. His prophecies, or visions, were committed to writing, and will be found in Duchesne's' Collection of French Historians, and: in the Collection of Dom Bouquet, vii, 289; See New General Biographical Dictionary, p. 333; Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie Generate, s.v.

 
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