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Bishop of Nantes, France, known for the cathedral he erected there. A noble of Aquitaine and married, Felix accepted the post of bishop when his wife entered a convent in 549. Felix was noted for his charitable works and for building the cathedral of Nantes. He died there on January 6.


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