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1. Christian of Stavelot (Grammaticus; 9th c.). Probably b. Burgundy; priest at Stavelot; gave exegetical lectures at Stavelot and Malmédy, Belgium; wrote Expositio in Matthaeum. MPL 106, 1259–1520. 2. Druthmar of Lorsch (d. 1046). Monk of Lorsch, Ger.; abbot of Corvey, Westphalia; noted for learning, zeal, strict observance of discipline; canonized.

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