Mamertinus of Auxerre
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Saint Gregory I (left) and Saint Mamertinus (14th century French manuscript)
|Died||c. 462 AD|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Attributes||depicted lying in a cave surrounded by serpents or exhorting monks, lying on a mat in his cell before his death|
Saint Mamertinus of Auxerre (French: Saint Mamert) (d. ~462 AD) was a monk and abbot. He was converted by Germanus of Auxerre and became a monk at the monastery of Saints Cosmas and Damian in Auxerre. He later served as its abbot.
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