Ot of Urgell

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Ot of Urgell (sometimes called Odó or Dot) (c. 1065 – 1122) was a bishop of Urgell; he was from the family of the counts of Pallars Sobirà. He is buried in the monastery of Santa Maria de Gerri. In 1133 his successor declared him to be a saint, and he is venerated as such today. Ot is one of the patron saints of the town of La Seu d'Urgell. His feast day is July 7.[1]

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