Benedictus Mediolanensis

Benedictus Mediolanensis (Benedict of Milan) was a contemporary of Benedict of Aniane, and, like him, was instrumental in the restoration of the old Nursian rule. He was made abbot of the Monastery of St. Ambrose at Milan, A.D. 784, by Peter, archbishop of Milan; and his appointment was confirmed by Karl the emperor. See Bulteau, Hist. de l'Ordre de St. Benoist, 5, 76.

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