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Medieval legend conflated him with Maximinus of Aix (French: Saint Maximin d'Aix), who was added to the Seventy Apostles referred to in the Gospel of Luke.
Maximinus, Saint, bp. of Trèves. Maximinus (4), St., 5th archbp. of Trèves (c. 332—349) known to us from the part he played in the history of Athanasius.
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Saint Maximinus of Aix (Maximin d'Aix), traditionally named as the first bishop of Aix and a figure in the legend of Mary Magdalene, ...
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... Hautmont, Marchiennes, Saint Maximinus of Trèves, Saint- Vaast at Arras, etc. Poppo ruled all these houses as a sort of superior general.
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Saint Maximin of Trier
Saint Maximin (born at Silly near Poitiers; — Poitiers 12 September 346) was the fifth bishop of Trier, according to the list provided by the diocese's website, taking his seat in 341/342. Maximin was an opponent of Arianism, and was supported by the courts of Constantine II and Constans, who harboured as an honored guest Athanasius twice during his exile from Alexandria, in 336-37, before he was bishop, and again in 343. In the Arian controversy he had begun in the party of Paul I of Constantinople; however, he took part in the synod of Sardica convoked by Pope Julius I (ca. 342), and when four Arian bishops consequently came from Antioch to Trier with the purpose of winning Emperor Constans to their side, Maximinus refused to receive them and induced the emperor to reject their proposals.more