Chariatho is the name of two or three noted persons in early Christian records:
1. One of the bishops addressed (A.D. 452) by Leo of Bourges- Victorius of Le Mans, and Eustochius of Tours, in. a letter ordaining that, as the emperors have given the bishops the power of judging civil cases, ecclesiastics shall appeal to them, and never to lay judges, tinder. pain of excommunication. The teaching of the letter was adopted in a council held at Angers the next year, in which Chariatho took: part (Tillemonnt,: Mmoies, xvi, 394; Labbe, Concil iii, 1420; iv, 1020)..
2. The name Chariatho occurs in the Jerusalem Martyrology as belonging to a martyr in Syria with Martin and Peter, March 5, and to a martyr at Rome, with. Stercorius,. Clement, Julian, Emeritus, etc., July 25.