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Aurelian of Arles

Saint Aurelianus or Saint Aurelien (523 – June 16, 551) is a French saint whose Feast Day is June 16. He was Archbishop of Arles, then known as Arelate, from 546 to June 16, 551.

He was the author of a monastic rule, the Regula ad monachos.[1]

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His father St. Sacerdos was an Archbishop of Lyon. His cousin Nicetius of Lyon (Nizier) succeeded his father as Archbishop of Lyon.

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