Germain, Saint, Bishop of Paris

Germain, Saint, Bishop of Paris
Monk, Bishop of Paris, d. 576

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  • Saint Germain, Bishop of Paris —     St. Germain     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Germain     Bishop of Paris; born near Autun, Saône et Loire, c. 496; died at Paris, 28 May, 576. He studied at Avalon and also at Luzy under the guidance of his cousin Scapilion, a priest. At the …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint-Germain — may refer to:people * Saint Germain of Paris (496 576), bishop of Paris who founded Saint Germain des Prés * Germaine Cousin (1579 1601), French saint * Claude Louis, Comte de Saint Germain (1707 1778), French general * Count of St Germain (… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Germanus — can refer to:*Germanus (Cermanus), Spanish martyr saint (see Servandus and Cermanus) *Germanus of Auxerre (378 448), bishop of Auxerre who founded the Carolingian abbey of Saint Germain en Auxerre named for the same saint *Germanus of Paris (496… …   Wikipedia

  • Paris — /par is/; for 2 also Fr. /pann rddee /, n. 1. Matthew. See Matthew of Paris. 2. Ancient, Lutetia Parisiorum, Parisii /peuh riz ee uy /. a city in and the capital of France and capital of Ville de Paris Department, in the N part, on the Seine.… …   Universalium

  • Germain of Paris — Infobox Saint name=Saint Germain of Paris birth date=c. 496 death date=death date|576|5|28|df=y feast day=28 May venerated in= imagesize=250px caption=Saint Germain of Paris from the Book of Hours , c. 1450 1460. birth place=near Autun, France… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Eligius — Infobox Saint name=Saint Eligius birth date=c. 588 death date=death date|660|12|1|df=y feast day=1 December venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=250px caption= The Legend of Saint Eligius and Saint Godeberta , by Petrus Christus. Eligius… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Germain, Bishop of Auxerre —     St. Germain     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Germain     Bishop of Auxerre, born at Auxerre c. 380; died at Ravenna, 31 July, 448. He was the son of Rusticus and Germanilla, and his family was one of the noblest in Gaul in the latter portion …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Germain Boffrand — (Nantes, 16 May 1667 Paris 19 March 1754) was one of the most gifted French architects of his generation. A pupil of Jules Hardouin Mansart, Germain Boffrand was one of the main creators of the precursor to Rococo called the style Régence , and… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint-Dié — • Diocese comprising the Department of the Vosges Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Saint Die     Saint Dié     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet — is a Roman Catholic church in the centre of Paris, France located in the 5th arrondissement [Structurae|id=s0021865|title=Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet Church] . Since 1977 it has been occupied by traditionalist organisation Society of St. Pius X.… …   Wikipedia

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