Faustinus (3)

Faustinus who lived towards the close of the sixth century after Christ-, was appointed bishop of Dax, France, by authority of Gondowald, who, claiming to be a natural son of Clothaire I, aspired to the throne of Aquitaine, but was vanquished, betrayed, and slain. Faustinus was then deposed by a council held at Macon, which, curiously enough, also condemned the bishops who had ordained him to provide for him in turn, and pay him 100 solidi annually. Gregory of Tours, Epitome historia Francorum; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen. (J. W. M.)

 
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