Dulcidius (also Dulcius, Doux, or Doucis).
(1) Saint, third bishop ofAgen, in the province of Bordeaux, probably in the 5th century, is commemorated October 17;
(2) eighteenth bishop of Anicium (le Puy en Velay), A.D. 705;
(3) tenth bishop of Toul, between A.D. 532 and 539;
(4) a Spanish prelate of the 9th century, was a priest at Toledo, when he was sent, in 883, by Alfonso III of Castile, to Abub-Ali, the chief of the Saracens, and on his return was raised to the see of Toledo. Joseph Pellicer published, as a work of Dulcidius, an old chronicle written in Latin (Barcelona, 1663). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.