Bishop of Coutances, 6th century.
He took part in councils at Orléans in 533, 538, and 541; in 549 he buried Paternus. Otherwise nothing is known of him. But his name was given to Saint-Lo (Manche), as well as to a college and railway-station at Angers. His feast was kept in the Sarum calendar and elsewhere on 22 September.
AA.SS. Sept. VI (1756), 438–48 with Propylaeum, pp. 410–11; Bibl. SS., vii. 1121–2.