Ancient Diocese of Narbonne

The Archdiocese of Narbonne was located in the south of France Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic church located in Narbonne.


Narbonne was in the 3rd century bishop seat; as the first bishop of St. Paul I. is called. The diocese in the year 455 was elevated to an archdiocese by Pope Leo the Great; first archbishop was Hermes. On 29 November 1801, the archbishopric was abandoned with the Concordat of 1801 and assigned to the Archdiocese of Montpellier and the Diocese of Carcassonne; Archbishop Arthur Richard Dillon was last. The archdiocese were under the bishoprics of Agde, Alet, Béziers, Uzès, Alais, Lodève, Nimes, Perpignan - Elne, Carcassonne, Limoux, Montpellier and Saint -Pons -de- Thomières.