Ancient Diocese of Apt

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The former French Catholic diocese of Apt, in southeast France, existed from the fourth century until the French Revolution. By the Concordat of 1801, it was suppressed, and its territory was divided between the diocese of Digne and the diocese of Avignon.[1] Its see was Apt Cathedral, in Vaucluse.

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  1. ^ David M. Cheney, Catholic Hierarchy: Apt, G-Catholic, Apt[permanent dead link] Retrieved: 2016-07-05
  2. ^ Octavius is known only as a signatory to the synod of Nîmes.
  3. ^ Saints Locaux.
  4. ^ Daniel Williman , The Right of Spoil of the Popes of Avignon, 1316-1415 (American Philosophical Society, 1988) p494.
  5. ^ Daniel Williman , The Right of Spoil of the Popes of Avignon, 1316-1415 (American Philosophical Society, 1988) p 225.
  6. ^ Biographical Index of the Middle Ages / Biographischer Index des Mittelalters / Index Biographique du Moyen-Âge (Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan. 2008) p186.
  7. ^ Biographical Index of the Middle Ages / Biographischer Index des Mittelalters / Index Biographique du Moyen-Âge (Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan. 2008) p471.
  8. ^ Eubel, p. 252.
  9. ^ Biographical Index of the Middle Ages (Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan. 2008) p859.
  10. ^ Biographical Index of the Middle Ages (Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan. 2008) p859.
  11. ^ Biographical Index of the Middle Ages (Walter de Gruyter, 1 Jan. 2008) p1041.

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