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Exegetical writings, chiefly catena,* widely circulated 9th–12th c., were ascribed to a Haimo. They are regarded by some as in part collections by monk Haimo of Auxerre (d. ca. 855); some have been ascribed by some to Haimo (Haymo; Heimo; Aimo; Aymo; Hemmo) of Halberstadt (probably ca. 778–853; bp. Halberstadt 840–853); others have been ascribed by some to Remigius* of Auxerre.

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