Pardulus of Laon
Pardulus was a deacon of the cathedral of Reims before he became bishop. He was a bishop elect (episcopus vocatus) by April 847. In the early 850s he was an ally of Robert the Strong and on good terms with the king, Charles the Bald, and the queen, Ermentrude.
- Pardoul, Pardule de Laon, Pardulus Laudunensis.
- Page in French, online text in Latin
- Henry G. J. Beck, "The Selection of Bishops Suffragan to Hincmar of Rheims, 845–882", The Catholic Historical Review, 45, 3 (1959):. 277 n. 9, cites a document showing him as a deacon there in June 845.
- Janet Nelson, Charles the Bald (London: Longman, 1992), 176.