Eugenius, Bishop of Toledo
Eugenius, Bishop Of Toledo the second of that name, was first a clerk of the Church there, and on being chosen bishop, retired to Saragossa in a monastery but being discovered, was brought back to Toledo, and ordained in 646. He presided at the councils held at Toledo in the years 653, 655, and 656, and died in 657. He was the author of several works, particularly a treatise on the Trinity, two books of miscellanies, and one in prose and verse, which were published by father Sirmond at Paris (1619, 8vo; also in 1696; Venice, 1728, in the Bibliotheca Max. Patrum; Lyons, 1677, 12:345). See Chalmers, Biog. Dict. s.v.; Smith, Dict. of Christ. Biog. s.v.