Contumeliosus a bishop of Riez, in Gaul, A.D. 524. He was addressed by Avitus, bishop of Vienne, concerning a work sent him by the latter. He was a learned man, but of doubtful private morality, and about 534, at the instance of Caesarius, bishop of Aries. pope John II forbade his exercising episcopal functions. Contumeliosus appealed to pope Agapetus, but the case seems not to have been further determined.

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