Desiderius of Cahors, Saint

Desiderius of Cahors, Saint
Bishop of Cahors, promoted monasticism, d. 655

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  • Liste der Bischöfe von Cahors — Die folgenden Personen waren Bischöfe von Cahors (Frankreich): Heiliger Genulf um 300 Heiliger Sebast um 300 Heiliger Floren um 380 Heiliger Alit um 425 Heiliger Anatol um 450 Boeci um 506 Sustraci um 541 Maxim um 549 Heiliger Maurillo 580… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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