Cassius of Clermont
|Saint Cassius of Clermont and Companions|
Stained glass depiction of Cassius. Église Saint-Eutrope, Clermont-Ferrand.
|Honored in||Roman Catholic Church|
Cassius was killed with Victorinus (a pagan priest who had also been converted by Austremonius), Maximus, Anatolius, Linguinus, and others at Clermont-Ferrand by Chrocas, the chieftain of the Alemanni, who were invading Roman Gaul at the time. Chrocas is said to have killed a total of 6,266 Christians at Clermont at this time, according to tradition.
- (Dutch) Cassius e.v.a. van Clermont