Frothar of Toul

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Frothar of Toul[1] was bishop of Toul from around 813 to his death in 847. He is known mainly for his surviving collection of letters. Before becoming bishop, he was abbot of St. Evre's Abbey, Toul.

He undertook work for Louis the Pious, both in dispute resolution,[2] and architectural, at the palace at Gondreville.[3]

References[edit]

  • Michel Parisse (1998), La correspondance d'un eveque carolingien: Frothaire de Toul (ca 813-847), avec les lettres de Theuthilde, abbesse de Remiremont

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Frotharius, Frotarius, Frothaire, Frotaire, Frotar.
  2. ^ John William Bernhardt, Itinerant Kingship and Royal Monasteries in Early Medieval Germany (1993), p. 93.
  3. ^ Les Amis du Lavoir - Bulletin N°12 - Page 10