(d. after 827),
Bp. of Turin from c.817. He made a series of attacks on image-worship, relics, the adoration of the Cross, and every visible sign of Christ's life, as well as on pilgrimages and the intercession of saints. He was also famous for his biblical commentaries. A number of works formerly attributed to other authors have recently been ascribed to him.
Subjects: Christianity — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).