Saint Maximus of Turin (Italian: San Massimo; date of birth unknown [380?] – death between 408 and 423, or 465) was a Christian bishop and theological writer. He is believed to have been a native of Rhaetia (modern day Northern Italy).

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  • Saint Maximus of Turin (Italian: San Massimo; date of birth unknown [380?] – death between 408 and 423, or 465) was a Christian bishop and theological writer. He is believed to have been a native of Rhaetia (modern day Northern Italy). (en)
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  • Saint Maximus of Turin (Italian: San Massimo; date of birth unknown [380?] – death between 408 and 423, or 465) was a Christian bishop and theological writer. He is believed to have been a native of Rhaetia (modern day Northern Italy). (en)
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