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Amalarius of Metz

(c. 780—850)

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(died after 850)

The Carolingian liturgist and theologian Amalarius of Metz was a pupil of Alcuin at Tours before being appointed archbishop of Trier in 811. During Agobard's exile (c.834), he was also responsible for administering the diocese of Lyon.


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