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Feastday: April 18
Death: 749

Bishop, also called Wicho. Elected abbot of Ellwangen Monastery, he devoted himself to assisting the founding of the monasteries of Filssen, Wessobrunn, and Kempten, all in Germany. He was later named bishop of Augsburg, Austria.


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