Basolus

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Basolus (Basle) (c.555–c.620) was a French Benedictine and hermit.[1] He was born near Limoges, and then became a monk near Verzy. He spent 40 years as a hermit on a hill near Reims.

Image of Saint Basle (Church at Vittel)

St-Basle Abbey near Verzy was later named for him. He is a Catholic and Orthodox saint,[2] feast day November 26.[3]

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