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Tomb of Bertram of Le Mans in the crypt of Notre-Dame de la Couture church in Le Mans.

Bertechramnus or Bertram of Le Mans was one of the wealthiest bishops of 6th century Gaul. He was bishop of Le Mans from 587 until 623.

At the time of his death his will listed a private holding of over 3,000 square kilometres of land.[1] By the end of his time as bishop there were 18 churches in Le Mans.[2]


  1. ^ Peter Brown, The Rise of Western Christendom. p. 157
  2. ^ Brown. Western Christendom. p. 158