1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Ambrose, Autpert
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AMBROSE (Ambroise), AUTPERT (d. 778), French Benedictine monk. He became abbé of St Vincent on the Volturno “in the time of Desiderius, king of the Lombards.” He wrote a considerable number of works on the Bible and religious subjects generally. Among these are commentaries on the Apocalypse (see Bibl. Patrum, xiii. 403), on the Psalms, on the Song of Solomon; Lives of SS. Paldo, Tuto and Vaso (according to Mabillon); Assumption of the Virgin; Combat between the Virtues and the Vices.
See Mabillon, Acta sanct. Bolland. III. ii. 259, 266; Georg Lommel, Der ostrsankische Reformator Ambrosius (Giessen, 1847); Bollandist Bibl. hag. lat. (1898), 61.