Dalfinus bishop or archbishop of Lyons, flourished in the middle of the 7th century. It is said that when Wilfrid made his visit to Rome, he was hospitably entertained by Dalfinus, who became warmly attached to him and wished to make him his heir. On his return in 658 he tarried at Lyons three years, during which time Dalfinus, with eight other bishops, was put to death by Baldhild, widow of Clovis II, king of the Franks. She was afterwards a canonized saint, and the storny is inconsistent with her character.

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