Angilram of Metz

(d. 791)

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(d. 791) Austrasian nobleman, bishop of Metz (768–91), and advisor to Charlemagne.

Angilram served as Charlemagne’s royal chaplain from 784 until his death on 26 October 791. He died while accompanying Charlemagne on campaign against the Avars.


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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