The next towns we passed were Pevige and Vienne, the latter only five leagues from this city.
At 'beautiful Vienne,' Martial boasted that his works were read with avidity.
Yet he was bishop of Vienne, where a purer pronunciation might be expected than in the remoter parts of Gaul.
"Lieutenant Desmaret, of the Mobiles of Vienne," the officer said, frowning.
He engaged here with an apothecary of Vienne, who has his business there, with the intention to learn the art.
He was alone when we left Vienne, and he is sound asleep now.
Our next evidence is the martyrdoms of Lyons and Vienne preserved in a letter quoted by Eusebius.
It happened, however, that at Vienne the last of those with me alighted.
This is easily done by reason of the definitions of the previous popes confirmed by the Council of Vienne.
John of Vienne, who commanded the garrison, refused to comply with the demand.