Pardulus of Laon

Pardulus of Laon [Pardoul, Pardule de Laon, Pardulus Laudunensis.] was bishop of Laon, France, from 847 to 857. He is known for his participation in theological controversy. A letter of his to Hincmar of Reims is known [ [http://www.forumromanum.org/literature/pardulus_laudunensis/hincmar.html] , page in French, online text in Latin.] .

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