Mâcon, Ancient Diocese of

Mâcon, Ancient Diocese of
Mâcon, Ancient Diocese of
Located in Burgundy. The city of Mâcon, formerly the capital of the Mâconnais, now of the Department of Saône-et-Loire, became a civitas in the fifth century, when it was separated from the Æduan territory

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