Tonantius Ferreolus

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Tonantius Ferreolus was the praetorian prefect of Gaul from 451.

Tonantius Ferreolus, was a vir clarissimus, or Gallo-Roman senator.

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Saint Apollinaris of Valence (453–520), born in Vienne, France, was bishop of Valence, France, at the time of the irruption of the barbarians. Valence, which was the central see of the recently founded Kingdom of the Burgundians, had been scandalized by the dissolute Bishop Maximus, and the see in consequence had been vacant for fifty years.

Ansbertus or Ansbert, Ausbert was a Frankish Austrasian noble, as well as a Gallo-Roman Senator. He is thought to be the son of Ferreolus, Senator of Narbonne and his wife Dode. This would make him the great-grandson of Tonantius Ferreolus Praetorian Prefect of Gaul and his wife Papianilla. but is most likely to be the son of Ferreolus daughter Tonantia and Sigimberus I Bishop Of Auvergne.

Ferreolus may refer to:

Flavius Afranius Syagrius was a Roman politician and administrator. He is said to be an ancestor of Saint Arnulf of Metz, and thus Charlemagne (Carolingians), being a rare case for descent from antiquity.

Praetorian prefecture of Gaul

The Praetorian Prefecture of Gaul was one of four large prefectures into which the Late Roman Empire was divided.

Papianilla was a Roman noblewoman

Papianilla was an aristocrat of Roman Gaul.

Ferreolus, also called Ferreolus of Rodez was a Gallo-Roman senator from Narbonne, then Narbo, who later lived in Rodez where his family had also held Trevidos, a villa estate near Segodunum, since the mid-fifth century at least.

Flavius Probus, a Roman Senator and a v. nob. of Narbonne, then Narbo, was a man of literary taste and precocious ability. His father was Flavius Magnus, Consul of Rome in 460. He was a friend of Sidonius Apollinaris from their schooldays.

Thaumastus was a friend and uncle of Sidonius Apollinaris. His brother, the elder Apollinaris was born around 405 and was the praetorian prefect of Gaul under Valentinian III between 425 and 455. Thaumastus and his brother were both sons of another Apollinaris, praetorian prefect of Gaul before 409 and were friends with his successor Decimus Rusticus. Thaumastus was associated with Tonantius Ferreolus in the impeachment of Arvandus. He was the father of Eulalia, born in 425, married before 450 to Flavius Probus, Roman Senator.

Ferreolus and Ferrutio Martyrs and saints

Saints Ferreolus and Ferrutio are venerated as martyrs and saints by the Catholic Church, especially in Besancon where they are honored as its patron saints.

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Basilica of Saint-Ferjeux basilica located in Doubs, in France

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