Durand de Bredons

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Durand de Bredons[1] (died 1071) was a French Benedictine and bishop of Toulouse from about 1058. He was from Bredons in the Auvergne.[2]

Durand de Bredons, representation on a column at Moissac Abbey.

He was from about 1048 Abbot of Moissac, a Cluniac reformer there.


  1. ^ Durand de Breton, Durandus de Bretonno, Durand de Dôme.
  2. ^ [1], in French.

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