Gregory of Tours

Saint, a.d. 538?–594, Frankish bishop and historian.
Saint. ?538–?594 ad, Frankish bishop and historian. His Historia Francorum is the chief source of knowledge of 6th-century Gaul. Feast day: Nov 17


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