Ambrose

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Saint
Ambrose
Airchbishop o Milan
AmbroseOfMilan.jpg
Early mosaic o Ambrose that micht be an actual portrait.
See Mediolanum, Diocese o Milan
Appointed 374 AD
Term endit Aprile 4, 397
Predecessor Auxentius
Successor Simplician
Orders
Consecration December 7, 374
Personal details
Born c. 340 AD
Augusta Treverorum,
Gallia Belgica, Roman Empire
(present-day Germany)
Died April 4, 397
Mediolanum,
Italia annonaria, Roman Empire
(present-day Italy)
Saunthuid
Feast day December 7[1]
Veneratit in Roman Catholic Kirk
Eastren Orthodox Kirk
Oriental Orthodoxy
Anglican Communion
Lutheran Kirk
Teetle as Saunt Confessor an Doctor o the Kirk
Attributes Beehive, a bairn, whip, banes
Patronage Bee keepers; bees; bishops; candle makkers; domestic ainimals; French Commissariat; geese; learnin; livestock; Milan; polis officers; students; wax refiners
Shrines Basilica 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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