Bishop of Aleth

The former Breton and French Catholic Diocese of Saint-Malo existed from at least the seventh century until the French Revolution. Its see was at Aleth, to a point in the twelfth century, when it moved to Saint-Malo. Its territory extended over some of the modern departments of Ille-et-Vilaine, Côtes-d'Armor and Morbihan. Until the 860s it was often termed bishopric of Poutrocoet.

Bishops of Aleth[]

  • Aaron
  • Suliac
  • Saint Malo or Maclovius 487–565
  • Gurval
  • Colfin oder Colaphin
  • Armael oder Armel
  • Enogat
  • Maëlmon, ca. 650
  • Godefroi or Geofroi c. 656
  • Oedmal
  • Hamon I.
  • Noedi
  • Ritwal
  • Tutamen
  • Ravili
  • Bili I.
  • Meen or Moene
  • Ebon or Edon
  • Guibon or Guibert
  • Hamon II.
  • Walter
  • Cadocanan
  • Rivallon I.
  • Judicaël I.
  • Réginald or Regimond
  • Menfenic
  • Budic or Benedikt
  • Docmaël or Idomaël
  • Johannes
  • Walter
  • Hélogard or Haelocar 811–816
  • Ermorus or Ermor 833–834
  • Iarnwaltus or Jarnuvalt 835–837
  • Main, Maen or Mahen 840–846
  • Salocon c. 848
  • Rethwalatrus or Retuvalart 857–867
  • Ratvomo or Ratwili 867–872
  • Bili II. ca. 880
  • Salvator (tenth century)
  • Rouaud oder Raoul um 990
  • Vakanz 999–1028
  • Hamon III. c. 1028
  • Martin c. 1054
  • Vakanz 1054–1062
  • Renaud or Rainaud c. 1062
  • Vakanz 1062–1085
  • Daniel I. c. 1085
  • Benedict (II.)
  • Judicaël II. 1089–1111
  • Rivallon II. 1112–1118
  • Daniel II. c. 1120
  • Donoald 1120–1143

Bishops of Saint-Malo[]

1146–1400[]

  • Jean de Châtillon 1146–1163
  • Albert or Aubert 1163–1184
  • Pierre Giraud or Géraud 1184–1218
  • Raoul or Rudolf 1219–1230
  • Geoffroi de Pontual 1231–1255
  • Nicolas de Flac 1254–1262
  • Phillipe de Bouchalampe 1263
  • Simon de Cliçon or Clisson 1264–1286
  • Robert du Pont 1287–1309
  • Raoul Rousselet 1310–1317
  • Alain Gonthier 1318–1333
  • Yves le Prévôt de Bois Boëssel 1333–1348
  • Guillaume Mahé 1348–1349
  • Pierre Benoît or de Guémené 1349–1359
  • Guillaume Poulart 1359–1374
  • Josselin de Rohan 1375–1389
  • Robert de la Motte d'Acigné 1389–1423

1423–1827[]

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Coordinates: 48°39′N 2°02′W / 48.65°N 2.03°W / 48.65; -2.03