|Saint Mesmin [Maximin]|
|Roman Catholic Church|
Clovis gave Euspicius and his nephew Mesmin in 508 the domain of Micy, near Orléans at the confluence of the Loire and the Loiret, for a monastery, known as Micy Abbey. When Euspicius died, Mesmin became abbot, and during his rule the religious life flourished there notably. St. Mesme was his sister.
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