Enee a French prelate and theologian, was notary or secretary to Charles the Bald, and was famed for his honesty and merit. In A.D. 853 he was elected bishop of Paris. On June 14, 859, he assisted at the Council of Savonnieres, near Toul; in 861 at that of Pitres-sur-Seine, near Rouen; in 862 at that of Soissons; in 864 at the second at Pitres-sur-Seine; in August 866, at that of Soissons, and October 867, that of Troyes. He was also at the Council of Verberie on April 24, 869; in August, the same year, at that of Pitres-sur- Seine; and finally, in May 870, at that of Attigny. After various other services to the Church and State, Enee was made abbot of St. Denis and grand chancellor of the palace. He died December 27, 870, leaving a book against Photius and the errors of the Greeks (printed in volume 7 of the Spicilegium of D'Achery and in volume 8 of Labbe and Cossart's Concilia). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.