Ambrose

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Saint
Ambrose
Airchbishop o Milan
AmbroseOfMilan.jpg
Early mosaic o Ambrose that micht be an actual portrait.
SeeMediolanum, Diocese o Milan
Appointed374 AD
Term enditAprile 4, 397
PredecessorAuxentius
SuccessorSimplician
Orders
ConsecrationDecember 7, 374
Personal details
Bornc. 340 AD
Augusta Treverorum,
Gallia Belgica, Roman Empire
(present-day Germany)
DiedApril 4, 397
Mediolanum,
Italia annonaria, Roman Empire
(present-day Italy)
Saunthuid
Feast dayDecember 7[1]
Veneratit inRoman Catholic Kirk
Eastren Orthodox Kirk
Oriental Orthodoxy
Anglican Communion
Lutheran Kirk
Teetle as SauntConfessor an Doctor o the Kirk
AttributesBeehive, a bairn, whip, banes
PatronageBee keepers; bees; bishops; candle makkers; domestic ainimals; French Commissariat; geese; learnin; livestock; Milan; polis officers; students; wax refiners
ShrinesBasilica o Sant'Ambrogio

Aurelius Ambrosius, better kent in Inglis/Scots as Saunt Ambrose (c. 340 – 4 Aprile 397), wis a bishop o Milan wha acame ane o the maist influential ecclesiastical figurs o the 4t century.

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