Bandemundus a monk of the monastery of Eluo (St. Amand), in Hainaut, about 680, was a disciple of the sainted bishop of Maestricht, St. Amand (died 679), and wrote his life, which is to be found in Surius, and also in Bollandus under Feb. 6, as well as Mabillon, Hist. Ord. Benedict. ii, 709 (Cave, Hist. Lit. i, 597).

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