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Calais (Calevisus) was a French hermit and founder of the monastery of Aniole. The town of Saint-Calais takes its name from him. According to the Vita Carileffi, Childebert I granted him lands, after an encounter in a forest where the king was hunting.
- John Michael Wallace-Hadrill, The Long-haired Kings (1982), pp. 207-8.
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