Attigny, Councils of

Attigny, Councils of

(Conciliumn Attiniacensium), held at Attigny, a town of France, on the river Aisne, north-east of Rheims.

I. A.D. 765, provincial, under Pepin.

II. A.D. 822, at which the emperor Louis did public penance, especially for his cruelty to his nephew Bernard.

III A.D. 834, November, under Ludovicus Pius, a synod of "the whole empire," passed some canons on behalf of the Church, and referred a criminal cause, brought before them by the emperor, to the State tribunal.

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