Amandus (2)

Amandus (called Fayeta) was abbot OF ST. BAVON, at Ghent, in the 14th century, and was very zealous against the Flagellants (q.v.); and it was at his instance that pope Clement VII entirely put an end to them. He resigned his abbacy before his death, which happened in 1394. He composed a treatise, De Esu Carnium, and other works.

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