Prothade ST., a French prelate who flourished near the opening of the 7th century; he died before 625. He has been called son of the patrician Prothade, but without proof. It is at least certain that he was the successor of St. Nicet in the metropolitan see of Besanlon. He compiled a ritual for the use of the two cathedral churches at Besanlon-St. Itienne and St. Jean, which has not reached us without interpolations; it has recently been published by the abbe Richard.

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