Angelome was a religious writer of the Benedictine order. The time of his birth is unknown. While young, he entered the Monastery of Luxeuil, and from thence passed to the school of Palais. He then went to the court, where he received much favor from Lothaire. He afterwards retired to Luxeuil, and gave himself up entirely to the work upon the Scriptures. His style was clear and precise. He died in 854. He wrote in Latin commentaries On Genesis: — On the Books of Kings (Rome, 1565): — On the Canticles (Cologne, 1531, by John Prael): — On the Four Gospels. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.