Constantius of Lyon

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Constantius of Lyon (fl. c. AD 480) was a priest from what is Auvergne in modern-day France, who wrote a hagiography of Saint Germanus of Auxerre.

He was a friend of Bishop Lupus of Troyes and Sidonius Apollinaris, who included several letters addressed to him in his published letter-collection.