Saint Judoc or Saint Joyce (Latin: Iudocus; traditionally c. 600 – 668 AD) was a seventh-century Breton noble. Though he was never officially canonized, Saint Judoc is considered a saint. Judoc is believed to be the son of Saint Judicature, King of Brittany. Judoc renounced the crown to become a priest and lived as a hermit in the coastal forest near the mouth of the River Cache.

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  • Saint Judoc or Saint Joyce (Latin: Iudocus; traditionally c. 600 – 668 AD) was a seventh-century Breton noble. Though he was never officially canonized, Saint Judoc is considered a saint. Judoc is believed to be the son of Saint Judicature, King of Brittany. Judoc renounced the crown to become a priest and lived as a hermit in the coastal forest near the mouth of the River Cache. (en)
  • Saint Judoc, Saint Joyce, or otherwise known as Saint Josse (Latin: Iudocus; traditionally c. 600 – 668 AD) was a seventh-century Breton noble. Though he was never officially canonized, Saint Judoc is considered to be a saint. Judoc was a son of Juthael, King of Brittany. He renounced his wealth and position to become a priest and lived alone for the rest of his lifetime in the coastal forest near the mouth of the River Cache. (en)
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  • pilgrim's staff; a crown at his feet (en)
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  • A 16th-century portrayal of Saint Judoc by the Master of Meßkirch. (en)
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  • Saint Judoc or Saint Joyce (Latin: Iudocus; traditionally c. 600 – 668 AD) was a seventh-century Breton noble. Though he was never officially canonized, Saint Judoc is considered a saint. Judoc is believed to be the son of Saint Judicature, King of Brittany. Judoc renounced the crown to become a priest and lived as a hermit in the coastal forest near the mouth of the River Cache. (en)
  • Saint Judoc, Saint Joyce, or otherwise known as Saint Josse (Latin: Iudocus; traditionally c. 600 – 668 AD) was a seventh-century Breton noble. Though he was never officially canonized, Saint Judoc is considered to be a saint. Judoc was a son of Juthael, King of Brittany. He renounced his wealth and position to become a priest and lived alone for the rest of his lifetime in the coastal forest near the mouth of the River Cache. (en)
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